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Favoriting November 24, 2011: Occupy Thanksgiving

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Opening Statement
Chicago  Prelude   Favoriting Chicago  Columbia  1970  LP box set  Music behind opening statement. 
An Interview with Dan in Zuccotti Park
  This show was recorded in Zuccotti Park (Lower-Manhattan-NYC) Saturday, November 19th and Sunday, November 20th.
Adrenalin Dump
Bonded For Life
Mass Non-Violent Civil Disobedience
Dan's Message
The Drummers of OWS
Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth
Marchers Chant - 911 was an Inside Job
An Interview with Will
Riff-Raff on the Fringe
Coordinated Effort
Young Folk Musician Plays John Mayer's "The Real World."
An Interview with Dave and Karen from Connecticut
Karen's Ideas
Point Sysytem
OWS Musicians Play The Beatles, "Come Together."
Interview with the Young Folk Musician
Daniel Trowbridge  The Farewell   Favoriting Meadowlark Sampler 1985  Meadowlark  1985  LP  Music behind young folk musician's description of the police raid at Zuccotti Park. 
Two Puppies
Folk SInger's Friend Speaks Out
Radiating Spirit
In Jail for 36-Hours
OWS Musicians play The Beatles, "Come Together."
An Announcement from the Trade Justice Working Group
911 Truth Group Holds Conference
Music in the background "Prelude" from Chicago (see above).
Interview with a Train-Hopper from Florida
Beat-Up and Maced
Toted Mattress From Brooklyn
George Bennette  Les Sons Impalpables Du Reve   Favoriting Plays the Preludes of Messiaen, The Fantasy Pieces of Del Tredici, and Portrait by Helps  Desto  60's?  LP  Music behind train-hoppers description of the raid at Zuccotti Park. 
A Dangerous Guy Gets Frightened
Dragged and Hit With Sticks
Controlling Airspace and Groundspace
The Party's Over!
Enjoyment and Ruthlessness
Disappointment in OWS
Larry Coryell - Philip Catherine  Home Comings   Favoriting Twin House  Elektra  1977  LP  Music behind the train-hoppers explanation of his plans following the police eviction of the Occupiers. 
Bangin' The Barricades
A Grown-Man Cries
OWS Incorporated
  I left my "Billy Jack Soundtrack LP" upstate, so I don't remember what song this is behind the train-hopper's Thanksgiving Message. Update perhaps one day soon.
We're Heading to Wall Street!
  Young march organizers exhort to people in Zuccotti Park, inspiring them to march.
Mike Check
Marchers Chant - All Day - All Week - Occupy Wall Street and Other Popular Chants of the Movement.
Interview with a Marcher
Bitten in the ... Bottom
This Is A Police State
UC Davis Police Officer Pepper Sprays Students - Audio Courtesy of ABC News
Another Marcher
Just The Beginning
OWS Musicians Sing The Beatles, "Revoltion."
Marchers Chant "This is what Democracy Looks Like!"
Woman March Observer Thankful for the Health of Her Children
Marchers Chant, "Whose Streets? Our Streets!"
Wall Street and Broad - Let Us March!
We Are The 99%
A Young Marcher From Vermont
A Marcher from Washington, D.C.
Young Woman Marcher Says, 'Let's All Unite!'
Marchers Head to the Wall Street Bull
Hey Hey, Ho Ho, Corporate Greed has Got to Go!
I'm Gonna Ride That Bull!
The People United - Will Never Be Defeated
Interview with a Trader from Chicago
The Big Players on Wall Street Run the Government
  Daniel Trowbridge in background (see above).
A Trader's Message
An Interview with Brendan Burke (OWS Security/Conflict De-Escalation Group) - See an interesting article from the Village Voice featuring Brendan here:


  I was sorry to cut Brendan short but I wanted to keep up with the marchers.
Tell Me What a Police State Looks Like!
The March Ends - Let's Eat!
Interview with a Protest Leader
Too Comfortable
The Same Questions
The Knowledge and the Balls
Newt Gingrich Comments on Occupy Wall Street, Courtesy of the Iowa Thanksgiving Family Forum
Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Toccata   Favoriting Brain Salad Surgery  Manticore  1972  LP  Music behind Newt 
Interview with Pria, a Young Writer/Journalist
Not About to Give Up
  Music behind Pria ... Chicago - Prelude (see above)
We Stand for Peace - Young Man Yells At Police
911 - Inside Job (Marchers Pass By)
No Love For The People!
Jordan De La Sierra  Gymnosphere - Song of the Rose   Favoriting Gymnosphere - Song of the Rose - Music for the Well-Tuned Piano  Unity  1977  LP  Music behind young man yelling at cops 
Interview with Hoarse-Throated, Heavy-Sleeper
Like A Shield
Beating People Down
A Message to Occupy Around the World (Native American Group Passes By)
  Message to Bloomberg
An LA Occupants Thanks
Interview with Ivan, the Newlywed
Gay Marriage at Zuccotti
Ivan's Message
Thankful for the 99%
Interview with a Raid Witness
Arrested for Jaywalking
Daddy Issues
The Charges
Chick Corea  Picture 1   Favoriting Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  ECM  1971  LP  Music behind Raid Witness' Thanksgiving Wishes 
This Woman LOVES WFMU!
Still Too Brain Dead
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Drummer's Final Frenzy
An Interview with Jenny, An OWS Library Worker
Jenny's Thanks
Got Any Stephen King? (I Was Bean A Smardass)
Iron Butterfly  In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida   Favoriting In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida  Atco  1968  LP  The Tape Turn 
Obama Confronted by OWS Protestors - Audio Courtesy of MSNBC
Interview with A Protestor from Seattle
On the Road Since Age 13
Mom - Psychedelic Drugs - Music - Art -Creativity - Dreams
Lone Drummer
Steve Runs the Livestream from Zuccotti


Steve's Message
An Obama Supporter
An Interview with Virginia from Jamaica
An Interview with Cindy and her Husband from Texas - Recorded on the R Train from Canal Street Heading Uptown.
America Enslaved
The Republican/Tea Party Candidates
I Like The Man
Conservative Goals and Work Ethics
Defecating on the Flag and Police Cars
Earning Validity
Jamey Aebersold  6/8 Modal Blues   Favoriting Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  '70's  LP  Music behind Cindy 
Morals, Convictions and Values
Inherited Government Entitlement Dependence
We Shoot Clay Pigeons in Texas
By The Grace of God
Preacher at Zuccotti : Occupy the World!
A Young Man Dies in Tahrir Square - Courtesy of Al Jazeera English
Crowd at Zuccotti Sings, "I'm Gonna Let it Shine!"
Orichalcum  Wicked Mille   Favoriting   Tip  1996  12"  Outro music. 
  I hope you enjoyed this episode of The Dusty Show - another in a growing series of shows based on the Occupy Wall Street Movement. It has been an intense experience for me to document what I have witnessed at Zuccotti and elsewhere, though I am somewhat limited by having only one-hour-a-week at my disposal to try and bring it to you.

I have questioned myself several times over the past few weeks, asking what it is exactly I am looking for through this time spent within the movement. It is certainly an opportunity to be close-up to something that has gained traction to become very much talked-about in America and around the world. It's exciting - interesting - emotional - exasperating - dangerous - meaningful - all that ... addicting, perhaps, too. I wonder, as well, if I am not losing listeners by relentlessly doing show-after-show about OWS. I realize it is not for everyone. I may be wrong, but it seems there is a paucity of in-depth coverage of the movement. Lots of soundbytes and high-drama, but not enough on the people themselves, their stories, their feelings and fears and joys - I also take great interest in dissenting views of those turned off by OWS, as America wades through economic and political upheaval, mirroring unrest that has been occurring around the globe. Something significant is afoot and it seems worth examining. All this sounds pretty high-falooting. I know very little, and as always I try to utilize the minds of others to help me get at the truth which is always in there somewhere. As I said, I hope you enjoy these broadcasts and that you get involved one way or another, and make your voice heard. I miss playing 70's rock and writing stories, but all that returns soon enough. Triumvirate, too. Stick with me!

Such a long time ago, those Thanksgivings at Aunt May's in Blair, Nebraska. Watching the Cornhuskers on TV, seeing my old Great Grandma who lived to be 104. Long, long ago. Life is good, my friends. Happy Thanksgiving. I am very grateful for your continued interest and support. Always Remember.


Thanksgiving 2011

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Listener comments!


Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving Clay!

and to you. (although i had mine 6 weeks ago)
maxim goose:

they had an orange bulldozer didnt they?--like the scoops?

Happy Thanksgiving Julie! You too, Glenn.

It was formidable, Maxim.
Adam in Portland:

Happy Thanksgiving, all! I was arrested for the first time ever, and maced, during an Occupy Portland action a few weeks ago. I only feel emboldened by it. More motivated than ever to try to point out some injustices I feel quite strongly about.

Happy Thanksgiving, Adam. Thanks for checking in.
maxim goose:

yes Clay

do you think they brought it to trigger memories of soylent green way in the back of peoples heads?

Scary thought, Maxim. Great film. Edward G. Robinson's last, I think.
Adam in Portland:

Thank you, Clay. Best to you! And all the former members of Britny Fox. ;-)

Especially Dizzy Dean Davidson. Long Way To Love.
Adam in Portland:

Hahaha! Love your show!
maxim goose:

you've got some great recordings here--real news from behind the wall of big black police buses--apparently all journalists were kettled somewhere with their view obscured by those buses
Adam in Portland:

Getting Pepper Sprayed is holy hellfire hot! Haha.

TY Maxim. It's exciting to document.
Adam in Portland:

Next time I'll have a friend nearby to pour Maalox solution over my face.

Maalox, eh?
Adam in Portland:

Liquid antacids diluted by water help quite a bit I'm told.
Adam in Portland:

...at least with the swelling. I couldn't open my eyes for about an hour.
Adam in Portland:

This episode is wonderful!
Marmalade Kitty:

this is great Clay was it recorded today 24th?
maxim goose:

at least more people than just freaks like me are beginning to realise that the police are there to protect and serve the interests of the monsters who run (and have alwats run) the world

TY Adam and Marmalade (Happy Thanksgiving!) This was recorded last Saturday and Sunday. A few days after the raid and just after the Day of Action protest march.
maxim goose:


late- tipsy

I am so full. Gratefully.
Adam in Portland:

I have met so many deeply inspiring folks' at the Occupy Portland and Occupy San Francisco encampments.
Adam in Portland:

Ooof, typo.
Marmalade Kitty:

Just read your comment Adam, I'm sorry you had a rough experience but glad you feel stronger and inspired!

Saw photos of all the police confiscated laptops which were smashed
Adam in Portland:

Tom Scharpling might be looking for "Tommyknockers." haha.
Adam in Portland:

Thank you, MK!!! I just walked it all off, in my isolation cell.

Looking forward to Stephen King's new JFK book.
Marmalade Kitty:

Hi Julie, Maxim Goose

I'm going to sign off now. Thanks for listening and Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Always Remember!

Adam in Portland:

Thank you, Clay!
Marmalade Kitty:

there is something spiritual about Occupy experience
Adam in Portland:

MK: I agree.
Marmalade Kitty:

Thanks Clay, have a good night!
Adam in Portland:

Tell it, Clay!
Adam in Portland:

I have a " good work ethic!"
Adam in Portland:

Does she believe in work camps?
Matt from Springfield:

Typing a little late, but wanted to say how much I enjoyed the Thanksgiving episode. I've enjoyed all the Occupy shows, including this one!

Love the line from Jenny the librarian:
"Typically people who destroy books are not on the right side of history." Amen!
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