Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from January 27, 2011 Options

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Options January 27, 2011: The Greighteen

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
A Short Opening Conversation With Fabio
 
Cheap Old Records
 
The Greighteen
 
An Excerpt from the motion picture "Jaws" featuring Robert Shaw
 
Adolf Discusses Ozzy at Chelsea Guitars (23rd Street)
Black Sabbath  Dirty Women   Options Technical Ecstacy  Warner Brothers  1977  LP  Hope this wasn't offensive. Historical perspective hoped for. 
 
An Interview with Carolyn Outside Of A Book Store on 8th Ave.
 
Janya
 
Talkin' Kenny Rogers
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition  If I Could Only Change Your Mind   Options The First Edition's 2nd  Warner/Reprise  1968  LP   
 
Soundbyte in If I Could Only Change Your Mind was from the NBC television show, Seinfeld.
 
An Older Gentleman Discusses WWII In NYC
 
The Air Raid Wardens
 
Gen. MacArthur Oversteps His Bounds
General Douglas A MacArthur  Excerpt   Options The Complete Life of Gen. Douglas MacArthur Through His Own Words  Atlantic  1964  LP  Glenn Miller "Moonlight Seranade"in background. 
 
Jack Webb byte from the Warner Bros. Motion Picture, "The DI."
 
Anne Marie Considers Kansas
 
In the background, "Carry On Wayward Son," by Kansas
 
Denver and Dust Bytes
 
Rock Chalk Jayhawk Song (Artist Not Identified) - Kansas University Traditional Song
 
Kansas Jayhawk Fight Song
Kerry Livgren and A.D.  High On A Hill   Options Time Line  CBS  1984  LP  Former Guitarist/Songwriter for Kansas 
 
"Not in Kansas Anymore" byte from "The Wizard Of Oz."
 
An Interview with The Naked Cowboy in TImes Square

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The Crazy World of Arthur Brown  Fire   Options   Atlantic  1968  45  Associate Producer: Pete Towshend 
 
A Moment With You
 
A Moment With You
 
Michael Talks About Bedbugs in Times Square
 
A Brief Excerpt from Mahler's "Das Lied Von Der Erde," (1964) EMI/Angel
 
Meditation
 
Marijuana
Devadip Carlos Santana/Turiya Alice Coltrane  Bliss: The Eternal Now   Options Illuminations  Columbia  1974  LP   
 
A Young Man Discusses The Hair Bands
Motley Crue  Looks That Kill   Options Shout At The Devil  Elektra  1981  LP   
 
The Jam Band Hippy Crowd
 
Philly
 
Elton Instance
Britny Fox  Long Way To Love   Options Britny Fox  Columbia  1988  LP  Awesome. 
 
Chuck Is Homeless
 
The Right To Beg
  That's Billy Cobham in the background, from Total Eclipse (Atlantic Records, circa '74. That Britny Fox is incredible.
 
 
An Interview with John, A Vietnam-Era Vet
 
Bi-Polar

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Another Vietnam
 
A Message For The Troops
Dog Soldier  Thieves and Robbers   Options Dog Soldier  United Artists  1975  LP  Evidently, drummer Keef Hartley was Ringo's replacement in Rory Storm and the Hurricanes when Ringo joined The Beatles. Who knew? 
 
Trailer Byte from the horror movie "Dog Soldiers." (Pathe - 2002)
Dog Soldier  Giving As Good As You Get   Options Dog Soldier  United Artists  1975  LP  I don't know if Dog Soldier is any good, but let's assume they are and respond accordingly. That way it will be more fun for everyone. That's the spirit of The Greighteen. 
 
Skid Row Slice
 
Discussing Sebastian Bach
Britny Fox  Don't Hide   Options Britny Fox  Columbia  1988  LP  Yes! 
Dokken  Dream Warriors   Options Back For The Attack  Elektra/Asylum  1987    From Nightmare On Elm Street III 
 
Debbie From Arizona
 
Soundclip Concerning Immigration Courtesy Of Al-Jazeera.
 
Are You Happy?
The Lovin' Spoonful  Six O'Clock   Options Everything Playing  Kama Sutra  1967  LP  Always Loved This Old Song. This was the end of the Sebastian-led Spoonful. 
 
Adam From England
Winston Churchill  Excerpt   Options In His Own Voice  Caedmon  ?  LP   
 
George Michael
 
Proud of Shakespeare
 
Adam on America
Sir John Gielgud   Excerpt   Options Shakespeare's Ages of Man  Columbia Masterworks  1959ish  LP   
 
Jill Knows WFMU
 
Grand Canyon Love
Fotomaker  Miles Away   Options Vis-a-Vis  Atlantic  1978  LP  Featuring members of The Raspberries and The Young Rascals. 
 
An excerpt from the motion picture, "The Shining." (Warner Bros. - 1980) featuring Jack Nicholson.
 
Jost From Deutschland
 
Apollo 11 Lift-Off Sequence
 
The German Space Program
Britny Fox  Don't Hide   Options Britny Fox  Columbia  1988  LP   
 
More Jost!
The Rolling Stones  Child of the Moon   Options   London  1968  45  Flip side of Jumpin' Jack Flash single. 
 
A Shot and a Beer
 
Do You Believe In Ghosts?
 
Crematory Hill
  I feel like I dropped the ball on his Crematory Hill story. Somehow I didn't make it sail.
Premiata Forneria Marconi  Photos of Ghosts   Options Photos of Ghosts  Manticore  1973  LP  Didn't offer up a very good example I'm afraid. Record is oddly mixed -- highly compressed -- doesn't leap out. I was partially flummoxed. 
 
Don't Hate
 
Keith is Baked
 
Hyphenator
 
Eric The Conservative
Phil Ochs  Love Me I'm A Liberal   Options Phil Ochs In Concert  Elektra  1966  LP   
 
Leo Is A Dog Man
 
On His *#%@&*' Nerves
 
Pet Baby
Henry Gross  Shannon   Options   Lifesong  1976  45  Love it. Love it. A great one from the Bicentennial year. 
 
Kasey Kasem Rants (My Respect to A Great DJ)
 
A Conversation With Kelly The Traditonal Pipe-Smoker
 
Mark Lindsay Moment
 
Godtok
 
More Bard
 
Unsealing
  I unsealed four albums for this episode and did not do it lightly. I hope you understand the gravity of an unsealing for me. I hope I convey it effectively. What is unsealed can never be sealed again.
Kingdom Come  Get It On   Options Kingdom Come  Polydor  1988  LP  From Wikipedia - "With a sound that was thought by many to be highly derivative of Led Zeppelin's, there was a backlash from critics, with the band being dubbed "Kingdom Clone" Led Zeppelin's guitarist Jimmy Page commented ... "Obviously it can get to the point where it gets past being a compliment, and it can be rather annoying, when you've got things like Kingdom Come, actually ripping riffs right off, that's a different thing altogether."

All this being said, still kind of enjoyable. 

  That's it for The Greighteen. I hope you enjoyed them. These songs were all from records bought in the last week or two in antique stores, flea markets, junk shops, etc. Wherever old vinyl lurks. I'm not certain why I pick the records I do anymore. Not sure what my criteria is, but I know them when I see them. People often assume that I like every record that I play ... that they all reflect my personal taste in music. Not always true. It's interesting sometimes to see what happens to songs placed in the context of WFMU. There is a magic that can occur sometimes ... a new breath of life ... a reconsideration. It can be a lovely thing. An exciting thing. I have been loving Britny Fox all week.

It must seem sometimes that I am playing tracks for their ironic value, and, to an extent, I can not completely deny that it might be true. But, I do respect every track, every artist. People are usually trying their hardest. I dig what people come up with, that's all. It interests me. OK, I'm rambling now.

Response to The Greighteen has been pretty underwhelming so far. Might be a dud in the big scheme. Time will tell. I toiled to make and it and, per usual, it was rushed to completion at the end. I like music shows, though. I like music. I hope that comes through, my friends. You have a good one now. Email if you can. I'd love to hear from you.

dusty@wfmu.org

Always remember.

Clay Pigeon


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