Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from April 29, 2010 Options

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Options April 29, 2010: Street Interviews --- PLUS --- The 345 --- Forty-Five 45's in 45 Minutes!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
Sped up guitar flourish.
 
Error
 
Interview with Bent Melody Duo
EPMD  Listen To My Demo   Options Unfinished Business  Priority/EMI  1991  MP3   
Jan & Dean  Sidewalk Surfin'   Options     1964  LP   
 
Borderlining His Prime
 
The Kolonel and Dusty Surface
Yoyoy Villame and the MB Liner Rondalla  Magellan   Options   Kinampay    45   
 
No Child Left Behind
Bent Melody  Plenty Of Fish   Options   Unreleased  2010    Recorded live in Union Square Park - NYC. I augmented this song with Casio keyboard added later. 
 
A Conversation With Gabmael
 
The Struggle
George C. Scott  The Andersonville Trial (Excerpt)   Options The Andersonville Trial  20th Century Fox/Master Arts  1960  LP  Rats! 
 
Caught Up
 
What's Your Dream?
Mike Simpson  Elephant Drums   Options Jungle Odyssey  Evolution/RPM  ?  LP  A South African release with actual animal sounds incorporated into the songs. 
 
Living With Mom
Gryphon  Second Spasm   Options Red Queen to Gryphon Three  Bell  1974  LP   
 
Bulletproof
 
Chicago Moment
 
An Excerpt from Living Shakespeare LP - Antony & Cleopatra -
 
An Interview with Valentina and John from England!
Mel Henke  See The USA In Your Chevrolet   Options Dynamic Adventures In Sound  Warner Bros.  '60's?  LP   
 
The Lowness Of London
 
Life
 
Women's Fantasy Segment from Avon Promotional 45rpm
 
Acceleration
 
Americans Are Amazing
 
Sending You To Kansas
 
Tim James Alabama Governor's Ad
 
Liverpudlian
Jose Feliciano  In My Life   Options Feliciano      LP   
 
Rush Instance
 
A Brief Interview With Katherine
 
Stephen King Talk
 
REDRUM
 
Introduction - The 345
Paul McCartney  Beware My Love   Options Wings At The Speed of Sound  Capitol  1976  45   
The Power Station  Some Like It Hot   Options   Capitol  1985  45   
Charlene  Somewhere In My Life   Options   Motown  1976  45   
Cameo  Word Up   Options   Polygram  1986  45   
Waylon Jennings  Good Hearted Woman   Options   RCA  1979  45  Live with Willie 
Gary Burbank with Band McNally  Who Shot J.R.?   Options   Ovation  1980  45   
Tone Loc  Loc'ed After Dark   Options   Island  1988  45   
Styx  Put Me On   Options   A&M  1976  45   
 
This Is Fun Isn't It?
Terry Jacks  Put The Bone In   Options   Bell  1974  45   
Kansas  We're Not Alone Any More   Options   MCA  1986  45  Steve Morse-era Kansas 
Anna Jo and the Poor People  Weather Or Not   Options   Flying Discs Recording Co.  '60's?  45  Obscure record made in Paterson, NJ Can't find anything on it on the internet. 
Double  Your Prayer Takes Me Off Part II   Options   A&M  1986  45   
Harry Belafonte  Star-O   Options   RCA Victor    45  I think this is the "night" version of Day-O. 
Prince and The Revolution  Pop Life   Options   Warner Bros.  1985  45   
The Archies  Bang-Shang-a-Lang   Options   Calendar    45   
The Bubble Puppy  Lonely   Options   International Artists    45   
Ohio Express  Zig Zag   Options   Buddha    45   
C.W. McCall  Long Lonesome Road   Options   MGM  1979  45  Much respect for CW. 
Ready For The World  Oh, Sheila   Options   MCA  1985  45   
The Monkees  Tapioca Tundra   Options   Colgems  1966ish  45   
Rebel  No More Tears   Options   Sigma    45   
Olivia Newton-John  Fool Country   Options   MCA  1980  45  From Xanadu? 
Sylvia  Pillow Talk   Options   Vibration  1973  45   
The Judds  Grandpa   Options   RCA  1986  45   
The New Colony Six  I Could Never Lie To You   Options   Mercury  Late '60's  45   
Rick Springfield  Bruce   Options   Mercury  1984  45  Re-released. Originall recorded in '78, it surfaced, to Springfield's chagrin, during the height of his 80's popularity. 
Steely Dan  Dallas   Options   ABC  1972  45  DJ Demo record. Don't think this was on a Steely Dan LP. 
Crow  Satisfied   Options   Amaret    45   
Johnny and the Hurricanes  Sheba   Options   Bigtop    45   
 
Flippin' The Tape
Peter and Gordon  I Don't Want To See You Again   Options   Capitol  '60's  45  Lennon and McCartney song. 
The Avant-Garde  Naturally Stoned   Options   Columbia  '60's  45  Written by game show host, Chuck Woolery. 
White Lion  Lady Of The Valley   Options   Atlantic  1987  45   
Grand Funk  Bad Time   Options   Capitol  1975  45   
Jack Wagner  The Weatherman Says   Options   Qwest  1987  45   
The Osmonds  Down By the Lazy River   Options   MGM    45   
The Chantays  Pipeline   Options   Dot    45   
Foreigner  I'm Gonna Win   Options   Atlantic  1981  45   
Brian Wilson and Mike Love  Gettin' Hungry   Options   Brother    45   
Boyce & Hart  Alice Long (You're Still My Favorite Girlfriend)   Options   A&M  '60's  45   
Juice Newton  Queen Of Hearts   Options   Capitol  1981  45   
Rick Springfield  Love Somebody   Options   RCA  1984  45   
Neil Diamond  Love on the Rocks   Options   Capitol  1980  45  Produced by Bob Gaudio of Four Seasons fame. 
Network Productions Music  Excerpts   Options   Network Productions Music  1984  LP  Background music for news, commercials, etc. 
 
Enter Therese
 
Aerial View
 
The Lilypond
 
An Update on Jack Wagner
 
Praising The Nutt
  That's it for another addition of The Dusty Show. This started out to be an interview-based show, but it turned out to be a busy week for me, and I had to scramble to create content. Hence ... the 345. This was sonically a pretty butched show -- very hard to understand what was said sometimes. It's the downside of the cheap analog gear I use.

If you are a fan of the show and you like to hear Fabio and I talk it up, you might want to catch the last ten-minutes of his show from 4/29. It was fun. We'll be "going live" again soon.

Well ... another week. I hope it was a good one for you. Until next time, take care and ...

Always remember ...

Clay

Drop me an email sometime!

dusty@wfmu.org

I have a big list of emailers I am going to read on the show soon and I'd love to add your name to it. It's always good to hear what's on your mind.


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