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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

The Overnightscape 964: How You Gonna Come (4/3/13)

2:56:46 – Frank on the streets of NYC, plus the Other Side…

(((Description coming))) and the Other Side (at 1:36:00)… Shaun Ryder Happy Mondays Interview on The Word (1992) (excerpt) [YouTube], Dominick’s Finer Foods with Elaine Mulqueen (Commercial #3, 1973) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Lyly by Violeta Päivänkakkara [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], THE CHEMIST OLDSKOOL TEKNO by Mixmasterlord [Jamendo, CC BY-ND 3.0], Halfsies – “Magic Motion Poster”(Commercial, 1983) [FuzzyMemories.TV], The Sure Thing (Trailer, 1985) [YouTube], Total Decay by The Soft Moon [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Gold Ball (Bally, 1983) [PinMAME], Time Machine (Zaccaria, 1983) [PinMAME], ELKMONT VALLEY SOLAR ENERGY: Elkmont Rural Village [FedFlix, public domain], Arabian Nights by John Doe [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Astrocade – “The Professional Arcade” (Commercial, 1982) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Mr Rogers Neighborhood with Bruce Haack & Miss Nelson Part 2 of 3 [YouTube], Desayuno Americano con Arepa by Tunacka [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Welcome to the Big Rock by Manegi [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Musical Steeplechase by Polar Lion  [Onsug, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], WSNS Channel 44 – Summit Series Game 8 (Commercial Break, 1972) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Ripple Boogie by Simon Stålenhag [Ubiktune, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Sonic intro by Vibesonic jam [Jamendo, CC BY-SA 3.0], Obscured By Lies by Emerald Park [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], American Express Pavilion [collection], John Denver interviews Dr. Carl Sagan on The Tonight Show in 1977 [YouTube].

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posted by Frank at 5:48 pm filed in Apr13,Frank  

3 Comments »

  1. gawd, megatop phoenix, while interesting…. i bet there are thousands of copies sitting on shelves that will NEVER be played again. there was something about B A D that has dated very badly… much less that they were never quite the Clash….

    Comment by PQ Ribber — April 5, 2013 @ 7:46 am

  2. yes, one of my favorites. B A D and PWEI, bands that seemed to me, to be creating their own Bucaroo Banzai mentality and following up on the early promise of Sigue Sigue Sputnik, it really felt like the future at the time.

    Comment by chad bowers — April 5, 2013 @ 1:09 pm

  3. I love every second of Megatop Phoenix, but I’m not at all into any of B.A.D.’s other work. I’ve had a few of their other albums, but they did nothing for me. As Chad said, there is a kind of future groove going on in Megatop Phoenix, a self-contained little world of music that is one of my favorite albums of all time. It’s similar to Ex:El by 808 State in that they both seem to exist in their own space, before their genres were well-defined. Little islands of music, sapphire bullets of pure love into the future.

    Comment by Frank — April 6, 2013 @ 4:20 pm

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