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Street interviews, listener call-ins, vinyl gluttery, sporadic normalcy, original floperas and fiktion, blatant talking over songs, politix, tenderness, and a vague undercurrent of angst. Right up your alley!

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Options July 19, 2012: Double Dusty! - Two-Hour Episode

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Filling in for Andy on Night People! This is a special two-hour episode ... DOUBLE DUSTY!
Devo  Freedom of Choice   Options Freedom of Choice  Warner Bros  1980  LP    0:01:42 (Pop‑up)
Ace Frehley  Fractrured Mirror   Options Kiss - Ace Frehley  Casablanca  1978  LP    0:04:15 (Pop‑up)
Audio from A Union Square Park Protest - 7/17/12 - Con Edison Utility Workers Protest Their Lockout from Contract Negotiations.
Harry Farrell - President of UWUA Local 1-2
Cheap Trick  Dream Police   Options Dream Police  Epic  1979  LP    0:07:44 (Pop‑up)
Occupiers at the Protest Chant "We Are The 99%!"
Al Russo - VP of Local 1101
Jo DiAlgoi - DWA 1101 - Shop Steward
Arthur Prysock  A Cottage For Sale   Options Golden Archive Series - Arthur Prysock  MGM   1970  LP  I love his voice. Incredible.  0:14:48 (Pop‑up)
DJ Break
Samuel - Retired Utility Worker at the Protest
The Who  Eminence Front   Options It's Hard  Warner Bros  1982  LP  WIKI - "Townshend has introduced the song in live performances with: "This song is about what happens when you take too much white powder; it's called Eminence Front".  0:23:39 (Pop‑up)
Losing My Train
Letting the Smooth Jazz In (It Will Become Increasingly Useful as the Years Pass)
An Interview with Brad (Business Analyst) in Madison Square Park
The Red Tape
Deep Purple  Burn   Options Burn  EMI  1974  LP  In memory of the late Jon Lord (RIP) --- http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/17/arts/music/jon-lord-keyboardist-with-deep-purple-dies-at-71.html

Here's that video from California Jam - TOTALLY worth checking out!


0:36:55 (Pop‑up)
Purple Discussion
  In case you're confused, I referred to model, Tawny Kitaen, because she was once Deep Purple-singer David Coverdale's girlfriend. However, at that time he was in Whitesnake. It's all very confusing and I did a good job of making it moreso here. That said, here's the video in question: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3MXiTeH_Pg
Alice Cooper  Elected   Options Billion Dollar Babies  Warner Bros  1973  LP  What a voice!  0:44:51 (Pop‑up)
DJ Break
Brad Interview - Part II
Checkfield  Crystal Waters   Options Water, Wind, and Stone  American Gramophone  1986  LP  New Age. Liking it.   
An Interview with Gora in Madison Square Park
Chick Corea  Picture 1   Options Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  ECM  1971  LP     
ZZ Top  Under Pressure   Options Eliminator  Warner Bros  1983  LP  Great recent live version:


0:58:42 (Pop‑up)
An Interview with Carla in Madison Square Park
Ministry  Effigy   Options With Sympathy  Arista  1983  LP  WIKI - "Singer Jourgensen was supposedly pressured into making the album in the "synthpop" style by Arista management, which is in contrast to the harder sound he developed as his career continued."  1:04:11 (Pop‑up)
Human Sequencer
An Interview with Rory and Kevin in Madison Square Park - Manhattan
Caught Eating!
Taupe-Colored Mystery Pearl
Tearing That Pianoforte A New One
Styx  Lorelei   Options Equinox  A&M  1975  LP  Perfection.   
Rory and Kevin Part II
Nalin and Kane  Beachball (Tall Paul Remix)   Options     1997  12"     
Marilyn Manson Talk ... here's the video.


Bill Anderson / Jan Howard  Beautiful People   Options Bill and Jan (or Jan and Bill)  Decca  1972  LP  It was strange how I couldn't locate the Marilyn Manson "Beautiful People" song at the station, but, just by chance I had brought along the Bill Anderson/Jan Howard LP and found that it contained a song called "Beautiful People" on it that I had never heard in my life.  1:24:30 (Pop‑up)
Mitt Romney Audio Courtesy of ABC News
An Interview with Young (?) in Madison Square Park
President Obama Audio Courtesy of AP News
LL COOL J  Mama Said Knock You Out   Options Mama Said Knock You Out  Def Jam  1990  LP    1:28:54 (Pop‑up)
Almost Out of Time
An Interview with John in Union Square Park
  Chemical Bros. Moment (I forgot what song this is ... tell me! ... dusty@wfmu.org).
An Interview with Peachy on Broadway and 17th in Manhattan
UK  In the Dead of Night   Options UK  EG  1978  LP  Definitely in heavy rotation at the Pigeon Coop. Cool lyrics:


PS - Holdsworth's solo is sick. 

  That's it for another edition of the Dusty Show. I hope you enjoyed Double Dusty! I sure did. I love playing records and yakking on the air. Hope I didn't talk to much. Of course, I did! Thanks for listening and for your continued support and loyalty. I am always happy to hear from you, Are you out there listener? Drop me a line.


Until next time, enjoy your summer and I hope it rains if you need it. So dry in lots of places. See you my friend!

Clay Pigeon - NYC

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Listener comments!

  6:06pm kata:

afternoon Clay and others ~
  6:06pm Marmalade Kitty:

Yay for double Dusty!! Hello Clay!
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Freedom of choice -- is what you got.
Freedom from choice -- is what you want.

DEVO! Great start Clay! Hey everyone!
  6:07pm WRECKEDUMB:

Space with ACE!!!!!
  6:07pm Fredericks:

Devo got an early gig by saying they were a Foghat cover band. It didn't turn out good.
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi kata!
Hi Wrecked Dumb!

Hey Kitty, been awhile since I chatted with you!
  6:08pm kat330:

Hi, Clay and everyone above (and below) this post!
  6:08pm Fredericks:

Hello fellow Pidgers.
  6:08pm Marmalade Kitty:

Hiya Matt! Good to see you!
  6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@MKitty: Have you been traveling? I noticed on a TSP Archive that you had been to Greece, and actually saw some of the street protests in Athens! Sounds exciting, but I never got a chance to chat with you since I saw your comment.
  6:09pm WRECKEDUMB:

greetings earthling, Ace Frehley's home planet is called Jendell
  6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello Fredericks! Saying you're a Foghat cover band would probably have gotten you a gig, won't necessarily satisfy the audience watching a Foghat cover band!
  6:12pm WRECKEDUMB:

KISS Solo Albums...The first time in the history of recorded music that 4 million albums went on sale the same day. had them all on 8 track. Ace's is the best
  6:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Keep a "totem" in your pocket, and don't let anyone else touch it!
You need to know if you're in a dream or not, and whether those are real or dream police you're fighting!
  6:13pm Marmalade Kitty:

@Matt, Yes, I haven't been able to listen and check in as much as I would like while away. I need to sort out my phone apps etc!
Avatar 6:14pm Clay:

A quick hello everyone. I'm doing this show live so I'm juggling segments and songs and it's tricky. More later. Welcome!
  6:15pm nyoukis:

yr boney ass better have Deep Purple lined up tonight, man. the whole of side B of Fireball would be cool....
  6:18pm kat330:

Inception, right, Matt? Superb SF, rarely done so well on the screen! We're having a lot of lost stream problems here unfortunately. Storm's a-brewin'.
  6:19pm Marmalade Kitty:

In Italy and Greece, town walls are covered with political graffiti.. seems there is a climate of protest amongst the student population, but less so amongst ordinary working citizens
  6:20pm other david:

Double Clay, win!
  6:20pm WRECKEDUMB:

Side A of In Rock would suffice too
  6:21pm Caryn:

Hello all!
  6:22pm Caryn:

Since Nolan shot some of the OWS protests, should we hope to see Clay in the crowd during the new Batman film?
  6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@MK: If you're ever commenting from an exotic location, say where you are in your comment heading! :D
  6:23pm Timb:

Thank you for doing a double show today! Very excited! Keep up the good work, Clay.
  6:23pm Dan Carlos:

Double Dusty will take me right to the end of the workday! Perfect!
  6:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey OD! Caryn! kat!

@kat: Inception is an appropriate "masterpiece" for Nolan! Action-packed, well-written, yet managed to fit in just enough explanation for the strange experience, but not too much!
  6:24pm Timb:

Greetings from Fort Lauderdale, Florida BTW!
  6:24pm Marmalade Kitty:

..*not that students aren't hard working citizens also! they have to work their nuts off just to eat!
  6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Arthur Prysock, like a poor man's Tony Bennett!
  6:26pm nyoukis:

man,, no mention of the scotsman you have met? I have yr 'business card'!! boo hoo... in regards to yr last speaker she speaks the truth! I have seen it first hand, even in my oen family in scotland, the media (then the newspapers) turning the lower classes against the unions and by effect their fellow people, and in eefect keeping witches like Thatcher (at the time) in power..
  6:27pm hamburger:

pigeonnnnns - a couple of them made a nest for their chicks on my balcony a couple months ago.. I figured I'd let them stay till the chicks flew away.. BAD DECISION! turned my balcony into a poop war zone! just cleaned it all up today... then after cleaning it up, the pigeon comes back to do a spiteful farewell poop
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@MK: Increasingly, a student has to break their bank to learn, and their family's bank to learn something. And that's before they've eaten anything!
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@The Who: It's a put on.
  6:28pm seang:

got this on FULL BLAST
  6:28pm Dan B From Upstate:

I love you, Clay Pigeon.
Avatar 6:28pm Clay:

Hi Timb. Ft. Lauderdale. Home of Brian Warner a/k/a Marilyn Manson.
  6:30pm nyoukis:

& the spooky kids.
Avatar 6:30pm Clay:

Thanks, Dan.
  6:31pm Timb:

@Clay I'd prefer we were known for the largest drive-in movie theater still open for business rather than the hometown of Marilyn Manson. :-)
  6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@nyoukis: Although, Thatcher was PM so long because even if you didn't want her in office, you can't just cast a No vote, you have to cast a vote in favor of someone to replace her. Militant left, Social Democratic left, centrists, anarchists/non-voters, hard for them to unite behind someone.
  6:31pm Timb:

This is one of my favorite songs of all time, btw. Thanks Clay!
  6:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: I was just *waiting* for you to say what notable people Ft. Lauderdale is the hometown of! :)
  6:32pm nyoukis:

my pal Rat bastard (Scraping teeh 'worst band in america' and To Live and Shav in LA) recorded Manson and The Spooky Kids demos down in Miami.
  6:33pm Marmalade Kitty:

bird poop is like a bird signature marking their territory.. If you remove it while cleaning they will redecorate!
  6:34pm kata:

ha, I know Chris from To Live and Shave...
  6:36pm nyoukis:

@Matt from Springfield these days for sure man.. but back in 80's, no many voted for Thatcher in Scotland, and even in england there WAS a strong collected vote for the Left, back when the Labour party a recognisable socialist party, but by then the Murdoch media was really kicking in... they planted the seed of fear of the left, even in working class people. maybe our dads were too busy thinking about the tits on page 3 too worry about the shitty slide to the right.
  6:37pm Philo Gristle:

Having some connection issues, but might be the local storms coming in... listening and enjoying even if not on the list!
  6:37pm Marky:

rat rules
  6:38pm nyoukis:

my fingers are broken.
  6:39pm Night Al:

Outsourcing is bad for America. American companies should HAVE TO hire American citizens. Then they will spend their American money at American businesses.
  6:40pm nyoukis:

i think Rat and Clay would hit it off, in fact i am sure their paths probably have crossed (with both oblivious too the fact).. but yeah Rat is great. Never met Chris Grier.
  6:40pm kat330:

Does this dude fly by helicopter from NJ to NYC?? $1,000/mo. really?
  6:41pm hamburger:

@MK - welp, in terms of bird signatures, pigeons be the jackson pollocks of the bird world... used to think birds kept their nest areas clean, but no.. not pigeons
  6:41pm glenn:

i think he's prolly including parking in that.
  6:41pm WRECKEDUMB:

Jon Lord was the greatest rock key player ever.
  6:42pm kata:

Chris makes a fantastic banh mi !
  6:42pm kat330:

Sorry for any spotty posts or replies. We are having one mutha of a time keeping the stream. :(
  6:42pm Night Al:

Corporations are legal entities designed to make money for the shareholders. Shareholders are people, not corporations. Shareholders should have to pay a flat tax. Everyone should pay a FLAT TAX PERCENTAGE of their earnings.
  6:43pm kata:

yeah, good question kat330 -- he must "drive" and "park" ? how much is it to park a car in NY for a month ?
  6:44pm Night Al:

Jon Lord plugged his Hammond into his Marshall and made history.
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

No storm in DC area yet--they said maybe tomorrow or later tonight. Indiana must be getting that now.
  6:46pm Night Al:

Finally dry in Saint Petersburg.
  6:46pm seang:

this rocks
  6:47pm WRECKEDUMB:

incredible that the Deep Purple band are not in the Rock n roll Hall of Fame
  6:47pm Matt from Springfield:

From Clay right through to Sinner's Crossroads tonight: from praising the Lord, to praising the Lord!!
  6:47pm Matt from Springfield:

@Wreckedumb: Say what???? Really?
  6:49pm WRECKEDUMB:

yea, can you believe it. neither is KISS, but then again maybe both bands should NOT be in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame
  6:50pm WRECKEDUMB:

*Hall of Shame
  6:50pm kat330:

We had a downpour for a few minutes last night, too. These are forming quickly and just around the area, AFAIK, not part of a system moving toward you specifically. Even TV is blinking off and on. Still have power -- so far!!
  6:50pm glenn:

kiss should be placed on a rocket to deep, deep space. and then blowed up.
  6:51pm Night Al:

I've been thinking about voting for the 2 ladies running on the Green Party ticket in November after reading their website material. Probably a wasted vote or even allowing Mitt to sneak in. But I'm really thinking of going with my liberal heart this time...

  6:51pm Caryn:

Let's face it, there are some serious lapses in the Hall of Fame. Some major acts are missing.
  6:51pm WRECKEDUMB:

May Gene Simmons breathe fire on you Glenn
  6:52pm cglenn:

alice cooper... yes!! reminds me of tulsa in the 70's
  6:53pm Night Al:

I had to hide my Alice Cooper "Goes To Hell" Album from my mom back in the day...but I loved it!
  6:53pm kata:

damn you rainbow wheel of slow computing!
  6:53pm kat330:

Glenn, better get a hep-C shot and some antibiotics in you in case Wrecked curse comes true.
  6:55pm nyoukis:

dunno what the @Green party' represents in the USA, but here in Brighton where i Live now (far south of england) just voted the UKs ever first Green member Of Parliament. The Conservatives and Labour were both trying to tell us that a Green vote would be a wasted vote, and we stuck it too them. OH YEAH and Kiss BLOW!!!
  6:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Fire (wings) in his belly!
Getting dinner done like nobody's business!
  6:56pm WRECKEDUMB:

I would NEVER want to go trick or treating with Nyoukis or Glenn
  6:58pm nyoukis:

we'd have a ball, man. you should see me in my assless chaps and pumpkin orange ass.
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

I've said before that I still love Obama, for various tangible things he's achieved, in spite of fierce opposition, and that he's at least *trying* to fix the many long-term problems of America. But he remains the ONLY politician I trust with America's collective "car keys" right now.

Brad is right--even if Obama is re-elected, I have no fucking clue who there will be to succeed him. What's going to happen four years from now, in any case?...
  7:00pm Night Al:

I'm REALLY touting the Green Party USA! No one wants to hear about it here in Florida. I'm a speck of blue in a sea of red and i'm starting to turn purple. It's not easy being green, but sometimes you have to make the hard choice. Democrats and Republicans just don't do it for my live and let live liberal heart these days. Jill Stein speaks to me heart and her VP choice is awesome also! www.gp.org ....check it out.
  7:00pm WRECKEDUMB:

That's hot....be hotter if you were in Paul Stanley's makeup
  7:01pm Caryn:

Here, the Green Party has about 6 % of the vote, but in the presidential election, the Green Party candidate started a movement and ended up being 1st runner-up, beating the bigger party candidates. So if the candidate is inspiring enough, and does well in the debates, and gets people going, even a small party can rise up to be a serious contender.
  7:01pm glenn:

meh. gene's old fat and slow. plus, his canadian wife would take the patriotic stance and step in front of me.
  7:01pm kat330:

Hey, Matt, CBS just profiled a very special little boy in Springfield, VA. Lemonade stand making money to give to a neighbor who suffered from your storms. Nice to know there's at least a *second* super Mensch in your neck of the woods! :)
  7:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@nyoukis: Really? That MP is for your district? I was proud to hear about the first Green MP. Two party system split even more so in the UK, and Australia lately.
  7:01pm glenn:

namaste, motherfucker.
  7:02pm nyoukis:

pumpkin ass and peter criss make up is the best combo, man, even as a Kiss heter i know that.
  7:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Namaste Gora!
I heard that in his [Hindi] greeting too, so I think it truly was a Message of Peace and Love (MOPAL) to the World!
  7:03pm nyoukis:

she might whip out her nightstick and beat me real real bad, by the roadside .....in the desert
  7:04pm Timb:

@Clay, you should do 2 hours every week. Enjoying this very much.
  7:04pm seang:

go gibbons go
  7:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Menschen are fortunately all over the place, if you look for them! :)
  7:05pm WRECKEDUMB:

I was Paul Stanley for halloween 1979 and Gene the following halloween. I got a pair of 5 inch stacks from my Irish cousin and soon had a new found respect for KISS when trying to trick or treat.
  7:05pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Would you have a more positive opinion of Gora if he expressed a liking for Tim Hortons? :)
  7:06pm nyoukis:

@nyoukis yeah man, she's the MP for Brighton, it was always on the cards that the first Green MP was gonna be from here, lot of green councilors. but sadly outside of Brighton we are surrounded by a sea of blue (tories), which as a scotsman abroad is such a weird feeling
  7:07pm kat330:

Only rock icon I dressed up as for Halloween was Robert Smith.
  7:07pm kata:

my sister was Gene Simmons for halloween in the 80s. She wore tin foil over her boobs.
  7:08pm nyoukis:

@Matt from Springfield god now i am messaging myself... too much Green
  7:08pm glenn:

nah, i wasn't directing that to him. the whole yoga namaste thing always makes me say that.
  7:08pm Philo Gristle:

We had no Halloween as kids, but I would have gone at that age as Mario Cipollina of Huey Lewis and the News. Just sayin'.
  7:08pm kat330:

@kata: I used an ace bandage around my chest. :)
Avatar 7:09pm Clay:

Thanks for sticking around y'all. I'm enjoying the comments.
  7:09pm WRECKEDUMB:

Ministry killed on the 2nd lollapalooza. i wasnt really a fan, but Al Jorgenson was all doped up and they came out ready to rock
  7:09pm northguineahills:

I never went as a rock star, but two years ago my gf was the Log Lady and I was her log (from Twin Peaks).
  7:09pm glenn:

besides, tim horton was a great hockey player, but his coffee blows chunks.
  7:10pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Similar complaints about Dunkin Donuts coffee quality on Julie's playlist this morning!

In any case, "Namaste Motherfuckers" sounds like a great band name. Kudos!
  7:11pm kat330:

@ngh: Heh! Would like to see a pic of that.
  7:11pm nyoukis:

rock musicians should NEVER stop using drugs
  7:11pm kata:

Clay you're the best
  7:11pm Night Al:

I didn't like Obama bailing out the car companies and banks. I didn't like him letting BP handle the gulf oil volcano crisis. I don't like staying in Afghanistan. He just wasn't the change I wanted. Definitely being a lame duck president doesn't help.....
but I'm probably going to vote for the Green Party this November. We gotta get serious with phasing out fossil fuels and affordable health and education for ALL American's. I'M SERIOUS ABOUT SPENDING MY FINAL YEARS GOING GREEN! C'mon my fellow Americans...WHO'S WITH ME?
  7:12pm Danne D:

Whoa DoubleClay!
  7:13pm Philo Gristle:

Go Clay!
  7:13pm Matt from Springfield:

Double Dusty, "Double D"! :)
  7:13pm Caryn:

@ngh: if I ever go as someone from Twin Peaks, it would probably be Diane. Lots of freedom for interpretation there.
  7:14pm northguineahills:

@kat: I would have to trawl my gf's facebook page or look on her hard drive. She even got the same glasses at a thrift store. She was the best Mexican Log Lady. I just had dress up as a log, which was rather easy.
  7:15pm Roadkill:

+Yeah! Clay croons golden!
  7:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Bill Maher had a funny observation, that this will be the first Presidential election here where both major candidates had polygamist grandfathers!
  7:16pm kat330:

@Night Al: You're preaching to the choir where I'm concerned. To wit:


  7:16pm Night Al:

ZZ Top has diamond plate mike stands. Frank Beard has an ashtray welded onto his drum rack. He leaves a Bic in it.
  7:16pm Danne D:

This guy has a woody allen thing going on with his voice
  7:18pm mrmucho:

more tunes + calls, less street interviews, thx
  7:19pm glenn:

GGGGGGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH. styx? is rush next, heaven forbid?
  7:20pm curious:

Do you think he's still living with Lorelei?
  7:21pm Caryn:

Hell, I like Styx. Not every song, but dammit, they have some excellent tunes.
  7:22pm Danne D:

Domo Arigato Mr. Clayboto
  7:23pm Roadkill:

+Styx is a great group. DeYoung rocks the vocals.
  7:23pm kat330:

Danne -- did you ever get ANY text or email from Nick the Bard / SSD?
  7:24pm Timb:

@Clay, thanks for the shoutout!
  7:25pm Night Al:

Styx rocks. I've seen them and roadied for them plenty. Just worked their show last fall at 'Taste Of Pinellas".
  7:25pm kat330:

Seems the storms have departed. Connection more stable now. Philo and I will have to hit the archives for the majority of the middle hour 6:30-7:30.
  7:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks guys! Be Gay...AND Happy!
  7:26pm Night Al:

Thanks for the poems kat330! Sums it up nicely.
  7:26pm Fredericks:

Billy Bragg describes Socialism as organized compassion.
  7:28pm Jobs Outlook:

Compassion (meaning good intentions), yes, but how about results?
  7:28pm hamburger:

I missed the 7sd show so I heard the podcast, but would really like the punchline to 'what makes a musical instrument fly?' or was it violin?
  7:28pm nyoukis:

@Fredericks nice
  7:29pm kat330:

@Night Al: It was never written as a poem actually. The guy who owns the Green Economics site deemed it so, and also made some leaps to assumptions about Rush I hadn't intended. But happy my rant got out there to more folks than just local blogs and newspapers.
  7:29pm Caryn:

"Being There" just started on tv. Watching it on the side.
  7:29pm glenn:

hey jan howard. i love her stuff with wynn stewart.
  7:29pm Night Al:

Just learned how to play "Is Anybody Going To San Antone' by Charlie Pride.
  7:30pm Danne D:

@kat330 not yet, nope
  7:30pm Fredericks:

@Night Al: You sound like I did in 2000. Voted Nader felt good but when Bush won/stole the election, I felt guilty.
  7:31pm seang:

that's Chicago style baby
  7:31pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: Wondering if this concept was *intended* to fail...
  7:31pm G:

cmon guys, that SSD text warning thing was Schtick with a capital S!
  7:31pm kat330:

@Caryn: A very fine film. An acquaintance of mine's in the opening scenes -- David Mamet. The tall, thin lawyer.
  7:32pm Danne D:

lol Matt perhaps :) or perhaps Andy thought better of it ;)
  7:32pm Matt from Springfield:

In Russia, YOU interview Clay!
  7:32pm kat330:

@G: They shouldn't have asked people to call in though then. Some of us have to watch our economics, green, white, red, or blue.
  7:32pm Danne D:

@G oh I figured but it still would be funny to get a random text :)
  7:33pm kat330:

OHHHH, yikes!! I mean David CLENNON! Holy crap, what kinda brainfart was that?!
  7:34pm Caryn:

@kat: yeah, it's a movie I have a soft spot for. I also think it's kind of an appropriate movie to have on during the Clay show.
  7:34pm northguineahills:

I'm reading a film review right now of "Big Fun In The Big Town" that features LL Cppl J.
  7:34pm Matt from Springfield:

DJ Keili at the Hoof 'N Mouth: "Knockout Eileen"! \
Amazing, AND I think she may have been the first person to ever perform a mashup live, at least for a radio broadcast! :)
  7:34pm Danne D:

This song reminds me of Keili at Hoof N Mouth :)
  7:35pm Roadkill:

+Amazing, now-American citizens from Communist Russia exclaiming how our country is veering toward Socialism. I agree, but it's probably not a popular opinion on this venue.
  7:36pm Matt from Springfield:

I remembered it well Danne!
  7:36pm Danne D:

Had the same thought, Matt :) I hope that Keili does a fill-in sometime soon.

Screw the Brooklyn Nets btw.
  7:36pm kata:

Fredericks: me too, voted for Nader. But don't feel bad though, it's up to the best candidate to win our votes. And the democrat who ran failed to achieve that. It wasn't your fault !
  7:36pm Danne D:

Sportsytalk with Clay!
  7:37pm Marmalade Kitty:

Nationalism is backward and inevitably leads to conflict. Nations and their borders are a concept designed to control freedom and to extort wealth and promote selfish interest. Global consciousness.. One love!
  7:37pm Danne D:

I had my phone tagged with Fuck Nader (as in when it was open that was what it displayed instead of, say, my name) after the 2000 election.

I stand by that decision.
  7:37pm kat330:

@Fredericks: I also voted for Nader in 2000. Had to write in his name since he didn't make the ballot in Indiana.
  7:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@Roadkill: That is true, although since the US was always so much more "capitalist" than other Western countries, you could just as well say our country is veering towards Canada, or England. Even frickin' Australia!
  7:38pm Fredericks:

But, I'm from Florida!
  7:39pm glenn:

hell, you're right next door. how far do you have to veer?
  7:39pm Mitt:

Vote Green in November, Fredericks!!!!!
  7:40pm kat330:

I know, Fredericks, but there were folks trying to make *me* feel guilty even in Indiana.
  7:41pm Danne D:

"Miss Me Yet?"
  7:42pm Marmalade Kitty:

defend selfish interest!
  7:42pm Roadkill:

@Matt: Yes, the U.S. is definitely more capitalist, but, remember, we didn't build that, somebody did that for us...
  7:42pm George B.:

  7:42pm kat330:

If the election were tomorrow, without a doubt I'll give Obama my vote of confidence, feeling optimistic he would conduct his second term with more vigor than his first.
  7:42pm northguineahills:

Never figured Clay for a Chemical Bros. type of guy. One should never have expectations at WFMU. (Yes, I dig the Chemical Bros.)
  7:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@Fredericks: Most American elections aren't very good at all for preference voting, or anything beyond the two party system. While voting Nader didn't help Gore defeat Bush, the thousands of voters randomly disenfranchised by Gov. Bush (DEJA VU PEOPLE!), and all the (probably conservative) Democrats who voted for Bush are what really doomed Gore.

What I'd really like is a better system--not just for one election in 2000, but all of them.
  7:43pm Philo Gristle:

Only one way to vote this year... don't see any change possible until there are candidates from four parties. Dems / Rebs and Green / Tea.
  7:44pm seang:

just don't vote
  7:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Dem Reps who drink Green Tea! :D
  7:44pm Danne D:

4,000 margin in NH.

26,000 Green votes.
  7:45pm Philo Gristle:

You got it, Matt! :)
  7:46pm kat330:

@Matt: Yes, like not having our elected federal administrators and lawmakers spend their first terms walking the straight and narrow and campaigning already for the second term election.
  7:47pm kata:

tea party gives tea a bad name
  7:47pm Danne D:

Question Clay has to ask listeners during next WFMU Marathon, let's see if folks here can answer it:

Q: What's the number 1 nation?
  7:48pm kata:

this guy sounds a little like Peter Lorre.
  7:48pm Matt from Springfield:

A1: America! Fuck Yeah!
A2: U! S! A!
A3: MY country!
  7:49pm kat330:

@Danne: In what context? USA falls way down the list in many categories: Education, philanthropy, etc.
  7:49pm Philo Gristle:

Afghanistan? 2. Albania 3. Azerbadzan. 4....
  7:49pm Danne D:

@Matt no no no, c'mon man, what's the #1 nation?
  7:49pm Caryn:

You go, my homeless brother!
  7:49pm Danne D:

@kat in any context - what's the #1 nation?
  7:50pm Danne D:

Nope, nope and nope...Philo

Clay do you know what the #1 Nation is?
  7:50pm kat330:

Philo must have it right if ABC is your riddle. :)
  7:51pm Philo Gristle:

Uranus is the #2 planet. #1 Nation stumps me.
  7:51pm Danne D:

nope Philo is not right. Now c'mon folks - what's the #1 nation?
  7:51pm Danne D:

OKAY you guys ready for what the #1 nation is?
  7:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Trying to say it fast maybe, see if there's a play on words?
  7:52pm kat330:

  7:52pm Matt from Springfield:

READY! Please Danne!
  7:52pm Danne D:

  7:52pm hamburger:

I'M READY! though I'd like a bit more time to hopelessly guess :)
  7:52pm glenn:

that'd be norway.
  7:52pm kat330:

Heh, Matt, I was doing the same thing!
  7:53pm Danne D:

  7:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Ah, Danne! THAT'S why you said, at the Marathon! :)
  7:53pm Philo Gristle:

Glad to have a riddle you can get an answer to!!
  7:53pm Danne D:

I knew that was the selection Clay would make for UK btw
  7:53pm hamburger:

DOH a deer a female deer
  7:53pm Night Al:

Uranus is NOT a black hole! It is a planet we don't know much about.
  7:53pm Danne D:

That answer garnered my dollar from the panhandler that day, btw.
  7:53pm kat330:

Yeah, well, while US citizens are very high up -- maybe #1 -- for generous donations in the world, our governmental giving is way down the list, behind some very tiny countries, too. That's embarrassing.
  7:53pm kata:

I liked your answer Philo.
  7:54pm Danne D:

And yes, I do own this album.
  7:54pm nyoukis:

clay.. this is terrible. its worse then Fish from Marillion laying a dog egg in my ear... i love it.
  7:54pm Danne D:

@Matt yep :) hope Clay remembers that one come March :)
  7:55pm Danne D:

Don't listen to the haters, Clay. Awesome selection.

Love the syncopation in this song.

Good pre-Asia Wetton.
  7:55pm md:

wow, havent heard this in a while! i think 'carrying no cross' was the superior track on this one. (danger money?) - bozzio!
  7:56pm Roadkill:

+Please, Clay, after that last interview clip ("Love is love"), you've just gotta play Lennon's "Love"... RK
  7:56pm kat330:

Well, if ANYone ever gets the answers to Evan's and Molly's riddles from last night's 7SD, PLEASE be sure to let me know?
  7:56pm Danne D:

Clay not the first to play U.K. on FMU btw...

  7:57pm hamburger:

I got a little q, a survey was conducted at a retirement home, and the people were asked, what is the number one thing you wished you had done in your life? can you guess what was the top answer was?
  7:57pm Danne D:

@m.d. this is off the "U.K." album
  7:57pm Marmalade Kitty:

the earth is the greatest country on earth! I don't recognise your borders!?! not really. nice provincial spots here and there..
  7:57pm Philo Gristle:

I can't complain... Clay played Bryan Adams last week.
  7:58pm kata:

right on MK
  7:58pm Matt from Springfield:

@Danne: There's a suggestion I have for Clay for Marathon time, have to remember to go back and send on your request too! :)
  7:58pm kat330:

Merci and au revoir, Mr. Pigeon! Sleep sweetly folks! A bientot.
  7:58pm Night Al:

@hamburger....more sex?
  7:58pm md:

asia was a collosasal disapointment. - thank you danne. - as soon as i hear the holdsworth solo, i knew i had the wrong one...
  7:58pm hamburger:

the answer was....... 'what are you doing with that pillow?' :-|
  7:58pm Philo Gristle:

  7:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Awesome show Clay! Any Double Dusty is a GOOD Dusty!
Have a great night, all! Remembering Continually...
  7:59pm Philo Gristle:

Cheerio, good listeners and Clay!
  7:59pm Caryn:

@hamburger: daring to actually do things instead of backing away or second-guessing things?
  7:59pm Danne D:

Have a good night everyone :)
Thanks Clay :)
  8:04pm Fredericks:

Night All and Night Al.
  3:56am Mike Sweeney:

A Live Show! Neat!!! Saw A Certain bicycle @ Publix, thought I'd give you a holler. Hope all is Good,good,GOOD! Good here, I am EMPLOYED. Yes, I am amoung the ranks of the washed again. So, the next fund drive, whatever, let me know. I want another T-shirt. Later... : )
  3:59am Mike Sweeney:

A Live Show! Neat!!! Saw A Certain bicycle @ Publix, thought I'd give you a holler. Hope all is Good,good,GOOD! Good here, I am EMPLOYED. Yes, I am amoung the ranks of the washed again. So, the next fund drive, whatever, let me know. I want another T-shirt. Later... : )
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