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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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Favoriting October 7, 2010: Flea Market Finds - Interviews - A New Season Begins!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
  A note to the glistener: TO HEAR THE ACTUAL BEGINNING OF THIS SHOW, REFER TO FABIO's "STRENGTH THROUGH FAILURE" PROGRAM - 10/7/10. HERE'S A CONVENIENT LINK. (This will afford you an extra few minutes of banter, should you desire it. If not, continue, but know you've missed a touching moment or two, as Fabio and Clay {sans Julie} rediscover the special kinship they once shared as a duo.)


The Idiocy Factor
Julie Phones In
I Will Now Retire The Football Phone Humor
You Mish
Ypsilanti and Flint (Home of Mark Farner)
  ENOUGH with the sophmoric drug references. Begin Phase-Out
Iggy's Trailer
  Sophmoric Drug Reference II
BP's 99-cent Apologetic Hot Dogs
Seeking Bed Bugs at the Red Roof Inn
Sympathetic Itching and Hairs
Bedbugs vs. Fleas
John SInclair Reference
Does Iggy Own Any Shirts
Silicone Pecs
The 2nd Floor Is Flea-Free!
  Sad, disgusting tub reference - More certain about phase-out than ever now.
Tired old rock band lore. zzzzzz
A Promise Of Starcastle
The New Therese
Prefacing The Upcoming Show
  Drug Reference 438
Giving Fab Some Air and the Reins.
Delightful Paninis
Fabio's Sickeningly Healthy Meal
Fabio Speaks Italian
Cootie™ - Tired Boomer References Find A Way In
Write me - dusty@wfmu.org
A brief list of recent e-mailers.
Opening Salvo
The Three Ring Circus  Groovin' On The Sunshine   Favoriting Groovin' On The Sunshine  RCA Victor  1968  LP  Pre-Fab Psychedelia - The brainchild of one Robert Allen. It actually turns out to be a pretty involved track -- with the obligatory nod to A Day In The Life's simulated drug rush. 
17:58 - Interview with a college Mass Media Instructor in Union Square Park
Passive Filtering
Satan's Snake
American Dream Officially Ends
Claire Bloom  (Excerpt) The Mill on the Floss   Favoriting The Mill On The Floss  Caedmon  1978  LP  Written by George Eliot, this excerpt involves Maggie returning to the mill after a flood. She is uncertain whether the mill and her loved ones survived. This record was sealed when I bought it. Unplayed for 32 years and opened ... just for you! 
Linda Scott  Land Of Stars   Favoriting N/A  Canadian American  1962  45  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Scott 
Ned Rorem  (Excerpt)   Favoriting Miss Julie (An Opera)  Battery  1979  LP  A flop in '65, it was re-staged in '79. 
  I know it's hard to understand the lyrics. I need a better $tylus.
The show begins to drag here. This episode screams "I am a dud!"
Con Edison  (Excerpt) Let's Clear The Air   Favoriting Let's Clear The Air  Con Edison  '71ish  LP  26:38 - A record that promotes the building of new Con Edison nuclear plants. 
27:30 - Peace Through Face-Sitting - Interview In Union Square Park
  Hopefully this doesn't cross lines of indecency. Everybody has clothes on when they do this face-sitting.
Tony Rivers  I'm Free   Favoriting Excerpts From The Rock Opera "Tommy"  Pickwick  1973  LP  A pretty solid version IMHO. 
  I had the Accu-Playlist thing going and no one knew. Crushing.
Deleware Tea Party Senate Candidate, Christine O'Donnell, speaks on Masturbation. Source unknown.
A Really Scratchy BAM Sample -Poorly Edited
Mort Garson/Jacques Wilson  Cancer - The Moon Child   Favoriting The Zodiac: Cosmic Sounds  Elektra  1967  LP  32:45 - Great reading here:


Stephen Vincent Benet  (Excerpt) John Brown's Body   Favoriting John Brown's Body  None Listed  ?  LP  From the CBS TV adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning poem. The urgent orchestration and drumming at the end of this really stirs me. Narrated by Richard Boone. 
38:00 - Interview with a woman in Union Square Park.
  Accidentally used the Con Edison soundbyte AGAIN!
Frankly, No One Gives A $%@$!
Disparaging The Baggers
David Ingles  Good Morning, Mr. Sun   Favoriting N/A  Capitol  ?  LP  40:25 - Mashed up at the end with Willie and Roy Orbison because I was hearing the similarities. 
April Ames  Strike A Match/Moonlight Love   Favoriting Strike A Match  GNP  '58ish  LP  43:06 - Not much on Ms. Ames online. She was a club singer in LA. 
Please email me immediately. Don't tarry.


DJ Me DJYou  Vital Target Area   Favoriting Simple Machine Rock  Emperor Norton  1999  LP  47:10 - I let this track drone on too long. A little dated, but isn't everything eventually? 
A clip from the late Tony Curtis on his early fame.
Begging for Accuplaylist Action. Got two nibbles. Two. :>(
50:14 - An Interview with Mia and Jonah in Union Square Park
Jeez, Mia and Jonah are pretty well known.


Marv Albert  (Excerpt)   Favoriting New York Knick's - Play-By-Play Highlights of the 1969-70 Championship Season  Fleetwood  1970  LP  57:05 
Tape-Turn Banter ... Eno music in background.
  I sound 80 years old. My poor tired voice. The years are getting to it,
The Ventures  Strawberry Fields Forever   Favoriting Super Psychedelics  Liberty  1967  45  1:00:26 - 
1:03:40 - Interview with LGBT Protesters in front of Kirsten Gillebrand's Campaign Headquarters
Franklin Delano Roosevelt  Speech Excerpt   Favoriting Eleven Presidents Speak  Columbia  1956  LP  1:07:41 - Compliments of your Hotpoint TV Dealer! 
Mama Lion  Griffins   Favoriting GIve It Everything I've Got  Family Productions  1973  LP  Featuring Lynn Carey 
Billy Cobham  Solarization   Favoriting Solarization    1973  LP   
Stepping on Obama (so embarrassing)
Meet Betsy Nichols!
  That's it for another episode, and a fairly low-key one at that. Not exactly the "charging out of the chute" way I wanted to start a new season, but it will have to do. I had initially intended to air this show a week earlier, but The Triumvirate ended up talking for an hour so I shelved it. Decided to play it this week. At any rate, I hope you enjoyed it.

It is a new season and now it is up to me to fill it up with worthwhile content. It's daunting, imagining all the hours that will entail until next June, but it;s worth it, and I am very proud to be part of the FMU team. I hope you'll make the journey with me. Next week's is the 200th Show! Hard to believe all that time has passed. I sometimes still feel like a "newbie" on FMU.

Until next time everyone, take care and ... oh yeah. write me


always remember ...

Clay Pigeon


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Listener comments!


hey clay, I love to hear you live, but I'm also loving this tape!
Ian James:

never listened to your show before, but I like this tape a lot, especially that April Ames Moonlight Love

You usually don't have comments activated, so I don't even look to see -- just listen to the audio!
The Dootchy Lootch:

Great to hear you are back on again for another season & show # 200 ! Keep up the great work ! Peace-
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