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Thursday, April 24, 2008

02-17 ug: Bottle of Things (4/19/08)

02-17 ug: Bottle of Things (4/19/08) (1:31:58 / 84.3 MB)
Day 2 (Spring 2008) – Track 17 – 2:54 PM (14:54:05)

The Overnightscape Underground ( – “An audio world to discover and explore.”
Created by Frank Edward Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Topics: Outro to the Little Frankie Nora tapes, tracking a “Where’s George” doolar bill, “New Orleans 1” with Frank’s brother John, pirate convention, putting Re-Ment items into a Glenrothes bottle, checking out more patches/soundbanks on the XioSynth (“General MIDI and Henrik J”, “Jamiroquai”), “Charly” by The Prodigy, and the intro to “Exploring Governor’s Island”.
License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States ( Attribution: Include this entire text description.

posted by Frank at 7:57 pm filed in day2,ug  


  1. Hello Frank,

    I am currently listening to this broadcast, and specifically the part. The Dollar you are talking about started in my possession. I spend the better part of my day (at work) working on a computer, and wheresgeorge is my method of getting back at the computer. I can make my computer do somthing totally worthless. It is cool to find out where my Georges go, and just yesterday, one was reported from Japan. I gotta admit though that has been the coolest, making it onto a broadcast, imagine that!. All I gotta say is that you got to pick a memorable password, one you can remember!. Rebuilding the database on WG also counts as your “georgescore” so folks that don’t visit regularly, (like you)don’t score high. (getting a high score is worthless too, but it makes ya feel good). I agree, with you, my wife, and many others, that this is a waste of time, but it is a source of mental release for me. By the way, my wife never did know I swiped (I guess I double hit the “ppp” key originally) the george!

    Comment by Tony — April 27, 2008 @ 9:13 am

  2. Hi Frank. After hearing your demo of the Xiosynth, I couldn’t help myself, I went out today and bought one too !!!
    Mark (UK)

    Comment by Mark (UK) — May 3, 2008 @ 10:17 am

  3. Mark – I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! I’ve only just scratched the surface, and the XioSynth has utterly amazed me – hard to believe something so inexpensive and portable sounds so great!!

    Comment by Frank — May 3, 2008 @ 12:48 pm

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