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onsug_Mar09_art_300jimbo2 (3:18:13) It’s time for a Show of Shows! You never know what will happen on one these shows. We’ll begin with Shambles Constant, who gives us one of his “Radio Free” shows – in segments! Chad Bowers is in the house doing crazy things as always! Then, Frank Edward Nora brings back his one and only: “EarWeird”! [See the contents] Doc Sleaze shows up with some unusual (for him) “Rural Ramblings”! The always-popular Week-in-Review is here! Lastly, with permission from the pokee, Jimbo pokes fun at Chad -musically- [TITLES: Let’s Go to Poncho’s and Stuff Ourselves with Some Mexican Food .. (He’s Got a) Hitler Haircut .. I am Sitting at My Desk with a Big Iced Tea .. I’ve Got This Feeling Chad Owns an Amiga .. Listen to the Story that Chad Tells (It Goes Everywhere) .. People of Dallas are Smarter than the People of Mobile .. Chad, You’re So Diminutive] Hosted by Jimbo.


You’re all invited to be a part of next week’s show; you can tell us all what’s on your mind about the following topic:
PQ Ribber

Please have your contributions sent to Jimbo by 🕖 7 pm EDT, May 29, 2017. If you know Jimbo’s e-mail address, send your contribution there. Otherwise, send your contributions to onsugcentral@gmail.com

Thanks to Erin Lehn for lending me her special voice.

End Music Changing Tides by David Jez

Thanks to Frank Edward Nora for allowing me to use and abuse his show art!

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Released May 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a free-form monologue style, with diverse and very clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio.

malt picture1:21:18 – Recorded 5/13/17 and 5/14/17. MALT 024. Featuring segments by Jimbo and Doc Sleaze!

Included in this episode:
Jimbo’s review of A Hard Day’s Night
My review of Alice Adams
Doc Sleaze on Ants
50s Sci-Fi Drive-In Trailers
Jimbo’s review of Brief Encounter
My review of The Kid
80s Movie Trailers
Jimbo’s review of The Man Who Knew Too Much (1950s)
My review of Rebecca

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Released May 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

_AH2 (48:39) We are truly blessed at the ONSUG with some very talented people. Though he is quiet, Doc Sleaze continues to impress with his smooth voice and powerful insight – especially in the field of movies.

When Doc Sleaze was a no-show for the prior Overnightscape Central, I was truly disappointed; I knew in my heart that no one at the ONSUG could cover the topic of Hitchcock’s films more cleverly, more knowledgeably or with more class than Mr. Sleaze.

However, he did show up (a bit late) and we are proud to provide him a platform with this addendum. And he does not disappoint. If you are a fan of “Hitch”, you will wish Doc would talk for hours. He is never boring and he’s like a walking Hitchcock encyclopedia.

Please do not miss his very entertaining look at the “Master of Suspense”. Jimbo rattles on as well

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ons1190_300 (28:08) Doc Sleaze talks about a big burden being lifted off of him and changes possibly going on at work and Bi-Coastal Becky has moved permanently to just one coast. It’s an interesting addendum full of changes!

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ons1249_300(3:02:51) The always-fun Ruben Schade returns from a long absence to provide ideas about Sydney, Australia! The very humorous Chad Bowers has ideas that are worth remembering at the office water cooler! Frank Edward Nora gives us some insight into his fantastic world of ideas! PQ Ribber has some nifty musical ideas! Mike Boody battles with ideas! Doc Sleaze really has some great ideas that you don’t want to miss! Your handsome host Jimbo is floored by it all and provides his own ideas at the end of the show, inspired by Chad. And as always – the Week in Review!

You’re all invited to be a part of next week’s show; you can tell us all what’s on your mind about the following topic:

Shambles Constant

Please have your contributions sent to Jimbo by 🕖 7 pm EDT, May 1, 2017. If you know Jimbo’s email address, send your contribution there. Otherwise, send your contributions to onsugcentral@gmail.com

Theme Music: Volca Keys / AIRA TB-3 / Pocket Operators – by Matt Greer (edit)

End Music: Oxygene 7 (cover) by misjavw [YouTube] (written my JM Jarre)

Thanks to Frank Edward Nora for allowing me to use and abuse his show art! And more thanks to Frank, Marc Rose, PQ, Eddie Murray, Shambles, Chad Bowers, Carrie Michel and Ruben Schade for the intro contribution.

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Released April 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a free-form monologue style, with diverse and very clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio.

“The lift went out — for a stroll.” – RS

horrors of it all (33:42) The Schlock Express is back on the rails and heading back into the seventies to explore the evolution of British horror movies. From the prehistoric terrors to be found of the ‘Horror Express’, through the freak shows and experiments of ‘The Mutations’ to the brain eating, electric drill brandishing cannibal grannies of ‘Frightmare’, we take a journey from English Gothic horror traditions, through sex, nudity and Soho to urban gore and the proto slasher movie. It’s all here: Telly Savalas chewing up the scenery, Tom Baker as you’ve never seen him before and little old ladies’ cracking open skulls to get at the brainy goodness within! So jump aboard the Schlock Express now!

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ons738_300B (2:17:36) A bizarre – perhaps the most bizarre – of all Overnightscape Centrals! Shambles Constant, PQ Ribber, Doc Sleaze and Frank Edward Nora join bewildered-host Jimbo. The fun begins when YOU listen!

You’re all invited to be a part of next week’s show; you can tell us all what’s on your mind about the following topic:

Earliest Memories

Please have your contributions sent to Jimbo by 🕖 7 pm EDT, March 20, 2017. If you know Jimbo’s email address, send it there. Otherwise, send your contributions to onsugcentral@gmail.com…

Thanks to Frank Edward Nora for allowing me to use and abuse his show art! And more thanks to Frank, Marc Rose, PQ, Eddie Murray, Shambles, Chad Bowers, Carrie Michel and Ruben Schade for the intro contribution.

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Released March 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a free-form monologue style, with diverse and very clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio.

___show art (56:46) A fascinating look at THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (1951), IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA, THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN and THEM!, four above-average 1950’s films that dealt with radiation and/or nuclear weapons.

ONSUG hosts Doc Sleaze (Sleazecast/Schlock Express), Marc Rose (Fusebox) and Shambles Constant (The Malt Shop/Radio Free Shambles and many more) join producer Jimbo (ONS Central, Hey Everybody it’s Jimbo!, Vic and Sadecast, Hometownville) attempting something he’s never done before: documentary audio.

Music credits:
harmonic clouds patch III – severence (YouTube); Klangteppich – Marius Leicht (YouTube); Once Upon a Time in the West KATICA ILLÉNYI (theremin) and the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra, written by Ennio Morricone (used by special permission, thanks to Katica Illényi and IKP Music) (YouTube); BURG – The saucer people by ollilaboratories (YouTube)

A very special “thank you” to PQ Ribber.

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ons854_300 (25:10) Doc Sleaze slides in with his own unique look at dream jobs. Paleontology?

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Released February 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a free-form monologue style, with diverse and very clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio.

central_dop.2 (29:55) Doc Sleaze slips in and entertains us with many fun stories of doppelgängers, Arnold Schwarznegger and evil film twins, et cetera!

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Released January 2017 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a free-form monologue style, with diverse and very clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio.