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Favoriting January 7, 2010: Live!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Margie Singleton  So Far No Good   Favoriting Harper Valley PTA  Pickwick  68ish?  LP  She did NOT write Ode To Billy Joe as I say on the show. She did a version of it. At any rate, Margie is always a welcome addition to any Dusty Show, and I mean that. Embarrassed, though, that I spouted off inaccuracies about Ode. 
A Conversation With Fabio!
  Erroneous information about Ode.
A Moment Spent Discussing Margie
Fabio's Friendly Visage
Fabio's Basso Profundo
Fabio Gets Sucked In
Fabio says the "P" Word.             
H1N1 = Mad Cow
Fabio and Intravenous Drugs
The Pasture of Familiarity
Fabio's Lingering Illness
  Impassable Nostrils and Cats
Romulus and Remus
More Margie Talk
Margie's Zeitgeist
My Strength
Scrambling for a Ticonderoga
Pen Ultimate!
Bic Rifle!
Fabio Cuts to the Core
  That Doggone Sex
Partially-Gelled Chemistry
  I was flailing when this part of the show went down ... Fabio's clothes. Panic moment. Cut to Alice.
Alice Cooper  Shoe Salesman   Favoriting Easy Action  Straight  1970  LP  Love this. I send it out to The Professor, a mentor of mine and a great friend. Missed at FMU. 
Lobo  Don't Expect Me To Be Your Friend   Favoriting Of A Simple Man  Big Tree  1972  LP  This is interesting stuff from WAPEDIA: "Born in Tallahassee, Florida, Lobo was raised by his mother in Winter Haven, Florida with his six siblings. He began his musical career in 1961 as a member of a local band, The Rumours. The band included Gram Parsons and Jim Stafford, as well as drummer Jon Corneal, who later joined Parsons' International Submarine Band. In 1964, while attending the University of South Florida, Lavoie joined a band called the Sugar Beats and met producer Phil Gernhard. He recorded a regional hit for the band, a cover of Johnny Rivers' song, "What Am I Doing Here". During the 1960s, Lavoie performed with many other bands, including US Male, The Uglies, and Me and the Other Guys." 
Sonny Greenwich    Evol Lution - Love's Reverse  PM  70's  LP  A Canadian Jazz artist, compared to Coltrane by Mike Bloomfield. 
A General Hello
  Soliciting Calls
  Huge In Vietnam
Lobo ... Legend
Sonny Just Going Nuts
A Phone Conversation With Andy!
Minor Freakout
  I am not handling this call with Andy well at this point ... forcing it ... sounding smarmy and that bothers me.
  Digging for Dirt
  Andy's Ex's
The Recession
Painter Pants and Power Chords
Just In Passing
Rock Skool
Conked Out
Last Week's Show ... Yanked!
Frisbee Golf ... interview losing altitude now.
200 feet ... falling ... falling ... 100 ... 50 ...
Saved by Sonny!
Pat Metheny cannot carry Sonny Greenwich's Jock.
Hamper Songs
Catskills - Love them
40 ... 30 ... may day!
Scattin' with Sonny
Harmonizing ... 20 ... 10 ...
Losing the one
  The Andy interview (no fault of cooperative Andy, droned on too long. I am still finding my footing "live." Fun, though.)
Lip Smacking
The Fun and Games  Topanga Canyon Road   Favoriting Elephant Candy  Uni    LP  Very Brian. I love this era. 
Brian Being Brian
  I sound so annoying.
A Caller From Jersey!
Live Jersey Deer!
Lambert Castle - http://www.lambertcastle.com/
Punkin' Eater
Base Nostrum
  Kyu Sakamoto http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtXQ31F1A-k
Francis from Rock Hill, SC
Francis Forced to Riff
Teabag Talk™
  Hair Bands and Nu Metal Bands
Hickey vs. Voodoo Glow Skulls -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SM6rBP3dEs
Francis Double Life and her Tats
Pink and Black
Workin' For The Man
  I am stuck in a DJ persona ... hard to be -- self.
Blown Credibility
Head East!
  The mystery of 81
Nice Dickie
Fabio's Exit
Expired Talents
Brian! -- from Northern Kentucky
Arctic Push! (It's been chilly here in Gotham.)
Searching for the Pork Chop
A young listener
Cats vs. Kids
Sonny Saves the Show Again
Linking in with the Celestial Groove
  I stink kind of.
Enter Therese
  Too damned much talk.
His daughter's deemed him Eustes
Pork Chop Emergency
  Staring at Marigolds
  SLUMP Sad, Laughable, Und Mighty Pathetic
Techno Talk
  I'd love a three-hour show, so I could do an interview, play a song, and relax.
Emolition http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvDd0b499wg
Spin Art Mental Condition
Eyebrow Threading
We do LOVE Sinner's Crossroads
Starting Over for Kevin
  Well, thank you so much for listening to this show, whoever you are. This week I went "live" at the last second, after several jettisoned attempts to interview people (too cold out, insecurity on my part, overall poor facial appearance due to winter paleness, sagging, chappedness and collagenic collapse). I walked all over Times Square, in front of Macy's, Hudson to East River. A death march that yielded nothing but lost shoe rubber and a bruised ego. It was nice to see Manhattan though, as usual. I do dig it so. I also tried some digital stuff as I had been trying to do in previous weeks, but came up with nothing earth shattering. I even wrote a lengthy story, a sci-fi deal, but I just couldn't get behind it in the end. Too weak. It would have been indulgent.

It's been a long time since I've done a straight ahead Dusty, I know. Winter is hard. I also yanked last week's show from the archives at it was excessively down and dark. Things are looking up though. We have turned the corner and now rocket in 2010 in a state of good cheer.

I need to go now. it's 2:36 am 1/11/10 and I want to go play some guitar before my wife and I crash. Love you all! Write me. dusty@wfmu.org

  Listeners Glisteners Glitter-Eyed Commissioners Your Minds Are Brilliant Chromium Cauliflowers

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