1:57:16 – Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Film props dream, Jeep on Jeep, sick again, Tape Land, Jordache commercials, Orbital, Carouselambra, To Live and Die in L.A. (1985), Wang Chung, rainy morning streets, Golden Mage, Gulliver’s Gate, Penny Dreadful, Legion, Continuum, Adidas Deep Energy, lunch with Rob, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, yacht rock, falafel, listener email (Zhang from China, Shaun from England),  listener video (Simon from Nevada in San Francisco), angst, ennui, Lucy Passersby, feed the birds, Times Square, Line Friends, Satan’s Hollow, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 1:16:54)… Lorillard’s Marketing Research (1989) [Archive.org], WFLD Channel 32 – Keyfax Nite-Owl Service – “Episode Two!” (Opening, 1981) (excerpt) [FuzzyMemories.TV], The Radio Show with Tom Snyder (Guest: Dr. Demento) October 10, 1991 (excerpt) [Aircheck Collectors], Eagle Mall Suite by Robert Hunter (Live at Off the Wall Hall, Lawrence, KS (2/15/80)) [Archive.org], PSA – One To Grow On – Nancy McKean – Don’t Let Strangers In [collection], Sunset Boulevard by Sunset Boulevard [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], She by Tenpenny Joke [Jamendo, CC BY-SA 3.0], Walt Disney World Delta Promo Video 1993 (excerpt) [YouTube].

License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/). Attribution: by Frank Edward Nora – more info at TheOvernightscape.com

 

5 Responses to “The Overnightscape 1378: Lucy Passersby (4/4/17)”
  1. Jimbo says:

    So weird, thought about Wang Chung big time today!

  2. Jimbo says:

    I was hoping to see the show art for this one but it doesn’t show up at your Show Art page.

  3. Frank says:

    It’s there now.

  4. Jimbo says:

    You are. ok, Frank Edward Nora. :)

  5. Rob says:

    Frank, it was great meeting up for lunch. I don’t quite get the whole Gulliver’s Gate thing and I have a feeling you talking about it is more interesting than the actual thing. I mean, what is it? Just a miniature recreation of NYC? I know a ton of work must’ve gone into building that and it’d be cool to see it for a few minutes, but…a permanent attraction in Times Square? For $35 a person? Am I missing something?

    I also never got the appeal of Madame Tussauds wax museums. Paying a lot of money to walk through a room full of statues of celebrities that only slightly resemble the real people. Why? I guess before the internet, video games, TV, movies, and radio, this was one of the few forms of entertainment people had.

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