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Friday, January 3, 2014

Quaquaversal Satellite – More Army (1/3/14)

47:13 – Bob Grant passes away…  Three Man Army with two more tunes from their recently re-issued Agents of Terror from 1976 – ‘Oh I Fashinu’ and ‘Turtle Wax’!!   Expatriate is back with Joseph Conrad’s The Shadow Line!!  Extreme Railways!!  Bob and Ray!!  PQ Ribber brings another unique transmission!!

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Attribution by PQ Ribber

Released January 2013 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio collective with a freeform monologue style,  diverse and fascinating hosts who craft thought-provoking, unique transmissions, and having fun doing it!

posted by pqribber at 4:13 pm filed in audiobooks,Jan14,music,PQ,ramplers  


  1. Brilliant stuff here PQ. I’m just getting acquainted with your QS project having listened to the past few weeks stuff. I love the Expatriate’s reading of opening part of chapter 1 of The Shadow Line – so much so that I’ve downloaded the rest of the book. Thanks for the tip.

    I’m also really excited to hear that Jimbo will be taking questions about Vic and Sade. His recently discovered VS Research Notebook blog has fast become a daily must read! Perhaps you could ask him about the bullet that choked Billy Patterson.

    Independently of your work here, I too have dove deeply into Paul Rhymer’s wonderful radio world over the past several months. I have found the experience to listening to several episodes in succession to be delightfully disorienting.

    I wonder if there’s been any thought our discussion into interested members of the ONSUG community recording reenacted Vic and Sade episodes.

    Seems like it would be fun and easy to once or twice a month through a Google Hangout or something.

    Comment by scottlo — January 4, 2014 @ 2:51 am

  2. Thanks and I will put the word out… I, certainly would like to try any Radio Theatre and Vic and Sade is great, short stuff. I did one ‘reading’ of a vintage script, some time back…
    Am also excited as to what may come of the Jimbo interview….
    Always good to hear from you!

    Comment by pqribber — January 4, 2014 @ 4:07 pm

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