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Favoriting December 19, 2005: The Dusty Show - Holiday Edition - Episode XII

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Excerpt - Sam Ulano's Trading Solos for Drummers (1957) Lane Records
Dusty Show Answering Machine - A Drummer's Dilemma - Our caller (Ron) feels the pressure to live up to the legacy of his father. If you'd like to leave a message on The Dusty Show Answering Machine that we can use on the program ... phone 201 521 1375 anytime day or night. Next week I'll be looking for New Year's Resolutions and also asking you to make your New Year's Wish for everyone. Hope to hear from you!!!
Modern Sound Records (studio musicians) play "Revolution" I LOVE this Nashville label. Always see them in thrift stores. Bad versions of great songs. Why pay more for the real thing when you can get the modern sound for $1.98?
Allan Sherman  Pop Hates The Beatles (Edit)   Favoriting For Swingin' Livers Only  Warner Bros.  1964  LP   
David Peel and the Lower East Side  The Ballad of New York City / John Lennon - Yoko Ono   Favoriting The Pope Smokes Dope  Apple  1972  7"  This version I'm playing is from a 7" on Orange Records LTD. (1987) The flipside features an interview with John and Yoko at the Everson Museum in Syracuse, Oct. 8th, 1971. 
Excited Teen a Week Before Christmas
Kurtis Blow  Christmas Rappin' (Edit)   Favoriting Special Promotional 12" Disc  Mercury  1979  12"  An historically significant hip-hop artist who recorded the first full length rap LP for a major label. Creating the blueprints for what was to follow. 
Monique's World
Mahalia Jackson sings a bit of Amazing Grace
More Monique
Dickie Goodman  Santa and the Satellite Part 1   Favoriting Mr. Jaws and Other Fables by Dickie Goodman  Private Stock / Cash  1975  LP  The "King of Novelty Songs," Goodman had many well known novelty tunes in the 60's and 70's. 
Excerpt "Silver Bells" Elvis Presley from "The Wonderful World of Christmas" 1971 RCA
You Can't Say Christmas Anymore!
Matt The Doubting Thomas
  Kickball Flashback (True Story!)
More Matt
Queen  Jesus (Edit)   Favoriting Queen  Elektra  1973  LP  Queen's debut LP and one that you rarely hear even though it contains a lot of great music like the lead off track "Keep Yourself Alive." In my opinion it is their best record. Incredible from beginning to end. RIP Freddie! 
A Corporate Executive Discusses China
Blowing off the Wife's Cell Phone Calls
Walter Brennan  Henry Had A Merry Christmas   Favoriting   Liberty  1962  45  Flipside to "White Christmas" 
Kolonel Karl Can't Say Christmas
Dusty and Kolonel Karl Learn About Hanukkah
Dusty and Kolonel Karl Learn About Kwaanza
Much of the background music for the explanation of Kwaanza is from the LP "Olatunji! Drums of Passion" (1960-Columbia Records) which sold 5 million copies! This LP of Nigerian song and drumming is considered to be the first "World Music" recording and has been sighted as a huge influence on many artists such as Santana and Mickey Hart.
Ossie Davis  Oratory - 10 Black Commandments   Favoriting The Congressional Black Caucus  Black Forum (Motown)  1972  LP   
Kolonel Gives Dusty A Christmas Present
Kolonel Lays Down The Law
Lorne Greene  Merry Christmas Neighbor   Favoriting Christmas With Colonel Sanders  RCA  1969  LP  This must have been a customer giveaway item back then with the purchase of a bucket of chicken or something. Lorne is joined by fellow Cartwright's, Dan Blocker and Michael Landon. Where are Hop Sing and Adam? 
Excerpt of "Bonanza" as performed by pianist Valjean (LP143 Carlton) 1962 best known for his "Theme From Ben Casey"
Hello to those who've e-mailed and called! I appreciate it. E-Mail me dusty@wfmu.org and let me know where you're listening and what's on your mind. You can also call the Dusty Show Answering Machine at 201.531.1375 and leave a message I can play on the show. This week I am looking for New Year's Resolutions. Please call ASAP as production time for this weeks show is very short due to the holidays!
"Scrooged Out" Over The Holidays
Exclusive! Inside the Confessional Booth
The Real Cost of Annullment
The Return of Kurtis Blow!
Even More Monique
A Poem From Monique (Background Music by Peter Easton)
Return of The Excited Teen! Holiday Cooking - Adoring Will Farrell - Christmas Wish - Hanukkah, Kwaanza thoughts.
Excerpt - The 12 Gifts of Christmas - Allan Sherman - 1964
Clay Reflects On Christmas Long Ago
Merry Christmas everyone! Happy Kwaanza! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Winter Solstice! Whatever! Here's wishing you much joy and happiness over the holidays and in the year ahead. I'd love to hear from you if you have the time. dusty@wfmu.org 201.521.1375. Peace On Earth. Always remember ...

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