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Favoriting February 7, 2008: An Afternoon In Union Square Park

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
The World Of Amanda McBride
Meet Turtle
Amanda continues ...
FunFacts™ about Jakarta
Bound for Indianny
The Statue Of Abraham Linclon
  Apologies to Robert for the dull tape quality.
Most Heroes Are Invisible
Greg, James and Noah
Art Linkletter  Excerpt From The Bible   Favoriting Art Linkletter Narrates The Bible  20th Century Fox  1966  LP  A Great Album of Dramatization. 
Where You Guys From?
Carpentry and Panhandling
Out Of Work, Money and Food
  Background music ... Grand Funk ...
Shakin' and Bakin'
Consequence To The Citizens
A Frank Talk About Drugs
Cream and Crimson
Lauren Bacall - Hark Hark The Dogs Do Bark             
Amanda Mc Bride Tells It
Chase  Run Back To Mama   Favoriting Pure Music  Epic  1974  LP  A band famous for its soaring trumpetry courtesy of Bill Chase. I loved this era nerd horn rock. But ... you know this. Chase died in a plane crash and I do think it was in Iowa. 
Amanda Again
  The street preachers were recorded on Thurs., January 31st around 2pm, standing outside the PATH Station at the World Trade Center site.
Robert's In It Alone
Are All Times Strange?
Excerpt From the LP "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" by Jules Verne, Directed by Christopher Casson on the Spoken Arts Adventure Series label.
"Religion And The American Spirit Are Irrevocably Intertwined."
God Is Angry With The Wicked
Motley Crue  Shout At The Devil   Favoriting Shout At The Devil  Epic  1983  LP  Great song. Now I just read it is demonic so ... sorry about that. I just thought it rocked. 
Amanda On Drugs
Mel Remembers
Kolonel Karl and Dusty Discuss Mel
It's Waining
Stump The Band
Know Any Ozzy?
A Crust Of Bread
Bread  Baby I'm A Want You   Favoriting Best Of Bread  Elektra  1973  LP  Also a short clip of "Aubrey" by Bread 
Four Playlists Behind!
I'm Just Like You
dusty@wfmu.org Are you writing now? Ask yourself why not.
Bill Clinton - Soulful, Jazzy , Rythmic and Attractive
Mc Cain Earns Admiration From Robert
The Higher Calling
  Out Of The Wilderness - The Abe Lincoln Clips on this show appear on an LP called, "Great Moments Of America's Past Brought To Life - George Washington / Abe Lincoln" on the Mercury Label.
Doubts About Abe
Human League  Human   Favoriting Crash  A&M  1986  LP  God, what a pretty song, eh? 
Amanda Forgives
Becoming Apparent
An Interview With Guitarist, G.E. Smith
A Salute to Stroudsburg, PA
Excerpt - Elvis - Old MacDonald
Excerpt - Beatles - And Your Bird Can Sing
The Old Collegiate
Ramblin' - New Christy Minstrels
Dylan - Fixin' To Die
The Return Of Frank Jones!
Turn On The Television!
Making The World A Little Schaeffer
We Go Way Back
A Gherkin and a Dill 'n
Bobbed To The Max
The Hall And Oates Era
Return To Ralph Marlin's Tieland!
Benjy's Bone
30 Years Of Zimmerman
Lou Reed  Vicious   Favoriting Transformer  RCA  1972  LP   
John Lennon  Mind Games   Favoriting Mind Games  Apple/EMI  1973  LP   
Little Is Known Of Mr. Smith
Demolishing Davenport
Robert Gibbons - Poet
Love Changed
Try Harder
My name ... is Clay Pigeon
Amanda McBride On Obama
Tony Iommi Fan
Teenager Plays French Song In Union Square Park
Know Any Stones Or Aerosmith?
  Just for the record .... I made a mistake in inferring Ron Paul is an Independant.
Nothing Weak About This Country
Bush Family Has-Beens
Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll and the Military
Nick Squats
The Talent For Surrender
An Anti-Capitalist In Search Of ... Freedom
The Squat Scene
Turtle's Kids
Following The Dead
A Little Gypsy In Me
Amanda McBride's Dream
In Love With Bret Michaels
People Are Mean Out Here
It's Fun To Make People Laugh
  Well ... that's it. Another show. If the truth be told, I am actually finishing this playlist on March 3rd, well after the shows original airing date. I fear I have fallen so dreadfully behind on these playlists. The weeks come racing towards us all at breakneck speed. We try to keep up, but dreams slide by like comets just out of reach, blazing towards other ticker tape parades, on beautiful galaxies it's likely none of us will ever see.

As I address you here, I am halfway finished with the marathon. The first Thursday went well and, with YOUR help, we were able to generate some coin for WFMU. Thanks to Irene Trudel and Scott W for sitting in, as well as Station Manager Ken and Werner Klemperor's Ghost. I hope that ALL of you will tune in March 6th at 7pm EST for the next and final Dusty Show Marathon Fundraising Jamboree. It should be something else. Then again, depending upon when you hear this archived show, the second marathon show may long be a thing of the past. Perhaps the whole world has changed in some miniscule way as it, and we, evolve into who knows what, by the time the cosmic wheels have ground to some type of halt, or whatever it is that they have in mind.

When you stop and think about it, the main thing is, you need to pledge. Of course it sucks, who wants to spend money? Not me. Not you. This is no time to splurge wantonly. It's time to tighten things up and keep a vigilant eye on your purse and/or wallet. For WFMU, though, you must throw caution to the wind and pledge like there is no tomorrow because ... in this Topsy-Turvy world where nothing is guaranteed, who knows what might happen. As I type, Chavez has sent troops to the Columbian border. It's all quite frightening.

The best thing to do would be to E-mail me immediately. When you are uncertain, e-mail me. I'd be most interested in your location, thoughts and short musical numbers. I would also request that you instantly phone the D-SAM. (The Dusty Show Answering Machine).


Here, your message can reach the world if it is included in a future episode (as it might darned well BE!). I'll go now. Thank you so much for your pledges. I wish I had been more careful to thank each of you personally that pledged.

Take care now, and ... always remember.

Clay Pigeon - WFMU - 3-3-08

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