Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from May 13, 2010 Options

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Options May 13, 2010: MAGNESIUM - A Story by Clay Pigeon

Listen to this show:

Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
Visiting with Fabio
 
Can Deprival
 
Muted Duncan Donuts
 
Segueing Into Large
 
Tinkling
 
Italia
  Commentary grows weak at this point on my part.
 
Fabio Wraps Things Up
 
MAGNESIUM
  Magnesium was a story written a couple of days before broadcast. It was edited once and could have used a lot more.
 
The following artists are featured in the background music --
George Bennette  Preludes, Portrait, Fantasy Pieces   Options Plays Messiaen, Helps, Del Tredici  Desto  1965  LP  This music is featured prominently at the beginning of the program and throughout. 
Jessie Crawford   Lonely Hour   Options The Poet Of The Organ  Vocalion    LP  (7:26) Love Jesse Crawford. Always welcome on the show. 
Charles Ives  From the Steeples and the Mountains   Options Calcium Light Night  Columbia    LP  (7:58ish) 
Synergy (Larry Fast)  On Presuming To Be Modern   Options Cords  Passport  1978  LP  (9:30) Song title by Peter Gabriel! 
Douglas Trowbridge  The Farewell   Options Meadowlark Records Sampler 1985  Capitol/Meadowlark  1985  LP  (11:50) According to liner notes .... "Also available on high-quality cobalt cassette!" 
  This story's a little shaky.
 
18:22 Music from the Network - Production Music Library Demo 86 LP (1984)
 
19:04 More Synergy
 
(20:44) More Ives
Dan Belloc  Puffette   Options Dapper Dan Swings  Fraternity  1956  LP  (25:00) 
 
(26:10) More Synergy
Anton Webern  Five Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 10   Options The Exorcist  Warner Bros.  1974  LP  (28:45) 
Oregon  At The Hawk's Well   Options Music Of Another Present Era  Vanguard  1972  LP  (29:20) 
 
The "Electrical" sound is from Alice Cooper's "Killer" LP
 
(32:50) More Ives
 
(33:17) More Dan Belloc
Alfred Newman  Inez - Lost Forever   Options Airport (Original Soundtrack Album)  Decca  1970  LP  (33:38) 
 
More Network Production Music
  The peeing I'd have left out, had I the chance.
 
(41:14) The proud return of Jesse Crawford ... The Poet of the Organ.
 
(45:00) More Chick Corea - Oh my God, this story is laborious.
 
(49:38) Ives creeps back in.
Photek  The Lightning   Options Form and Function, Vol 2  BDR  1994  12"  (49:52) 
Jerry Goldsmith   The Bees Arrive   Options The Swarm (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)  Warner Bros.  1978  LP  (51:30) 
 
Chick Corea ushers the story out ... Picture 1 - again.
 
Enter Therese
 
Sykes!
 
Whitesnake and Wanda
William Goldstein  Oceanscapes   Options     1986     
 
The Unlistened-To Side
 
Therese Dreams
 
Dreamscapes
  Embarrassed by the lameness of that improv.
  Carole King Timeliness
 
Cheerleading
 
Kick 'em in the Wishbone!
 
The Crooners
 
Keep Dreamin'.
  Thanks for listening to the show. For some reason, I doubt if many soldiered through the whole thing, though I know some of you did. I should have given myself more time to edit the story and record it. As it was, it was all very rush-rush. The usual.

It's a fictional thing, based on basements, people, lives, places, etc., though I don't know any actual bombers and hope not to encounter one. The world seems so crazy these days.

Anyway, thanks again and I hope you keep tuning in. As I am typing this, I am in the throes of caffeine withdrawal, which I have found to be pretty hard, but I was up to many cups a day -- tea, coffee, pop --- plus chocolate. Not good. I love them, though. Hard to put down, unlike Rand Paul.

OK then. Arrividerci Roma. Ich bin ein Hawkeye. Du bist wunderbar.

Always remember ....

Clay Pigeon

NYC


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