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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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An opening mix identifying today's holiday leads us through various little tributes to 60s artists and the climate of Civil Defense promotion that accompanied them. The H-Bomb lurks as the BBC goes to the Moon in 1965, accompanied by Leslie Gore, The Mamas And The Papas, Leon Russell, and no Bob but people doing Bob.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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King Crimson's live 21st Century Schizoid Man begins, and then it's all a guitar freak out, almost all from Eric Clapton in stages from Cream to cheese, and a lot of Dominoes. William F. Buckley takes on the hippies on Firing Line in 1969, with guests Jack Kerouac and Ed Sanders of the Fugs, but it's mostly Mr. Clapton's guitar freak out.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Over the Edge: Universe 56 What About the 60s T2
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This is not a survey of great alternate Hendrix cuts, it's a MASH of great alternate Hendrix cuts. A relentless attempt at the longest, continuous simulplays ever done and done only with the greatest rock guitarist of the 60s, or any other time. Beware, this is unreasonable listening. Few programs on Over The Edge actually live up to our name in my opinion, but this one does.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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5 hours of UFO sightings and encounters described by witnesses and investigators, many from the 60s, including pioneer investigator Jacques Vallee giving a historical overview of the sighting phenomenon throughout history back to antiquity, interspersed with saucer songs, saucer philosophy, and mass media's approach to the subject. Due to Izzy Isn't's extreme aggravation with phone fidelity, he ends Receptacle Programming on this night.
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Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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We cover the assassination of Robert Kennedy and the contradictory observations of panicked witnesses which follow, Freedom 7 comes back to Earth, KSAN radio in the 60s, and songs of the time.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Two "hip" preachers of the 60s delver their brand of God in the 60s, one decrying the modern lifestyles of hippies and the other, a former dope addict, trying to scare the heck out of them. Freedom 7 is still trying to get off the pad, and King Crimson's first album is just about perfect.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Two World's Fairs of the early 60s are toured with emphasis on the glorious future science will bring us. Buckminster Fuller expounds on the concept and methods of design, Nasa prepares to launch Freedom 7, and The Who surround DJ Johnny Walker on England's Radio One.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This one is all about the high nature of comedy in the 60s. The Congress Of Wonders and the Conception Corporation bring us a wide ranging romp through dope saturated humor of the day, Allen Watts is forced to meditate, and the rest of Murray Roman's psychedelic humor.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Focusing again on a single 60s band, this one is all Jefferson Airplane, with many live and alternative performances and Paul Kantner narrating the history of the band. Throughout, we hear a day's complete news coverage of the first deaths in the space program when a fire in an Apollo capsule being tested kills three astronauts.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Somewhat neglected in 60s musical history, Procul Harum was nevertheless right up there at the top of what was happening. This show is all about them, including a lengthy interview with lead singer Gary Brooker, and a whole show's worth of their music, much of it from rare live performances.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Some 60s comedy by The Conception Corporation is featured, along with John Oswald's mash of The Greatful Dead accompanying a dangers of dope documentary, a Van Morrison simulplay, a several song tribute to Love and the Booper, and more songs from the era.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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In an attempt to be as odd as possible, we combine the early 60s radical revolutionary rhetoric of Malcom X and others with pop soul songs of the day. No point, just a somewhat ironic convergence.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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The blues reemerged in the 60s to inform and inspire Rock & Roll's urge to get serious. Here's plenty of black and white blues from the decade, with a special focus on Janus Joplin performing live at the Filmore in '69 and appearing on Dick Cavett's TV show.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This music filled edition focuses on two San FranciscoBerkeley groups, Buffalo Springfield and Country Joe And The Fish, along with a little history of Berkeley in the 60s. We cover almost all the music they made, much of it in alternate and unreleased versions.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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It's 60s comedy night with The Firesign Theatre doing their more or less improvised radio show on KPFK, L.A. in the mid to late 60s, with a lengthy recounting of Firesign history by Phillip Proctor, along with some of their inspirations like Bob and Ray.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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After playing a bit with the Bob Dylan's new TV ad for the auto industry, this show is all focused on the folk music boom of the early 60s, along with a lengthy dissertation from the period on how all these folk singers are Marxist and all their messages are leading our youth towards Communism. Lots of folk music from Newport on and the Cold War fears that accompanied them.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This 5 hour edition is largely taken up with the music of Quicksilver Messenger Service, one of my faves from the 60s San Francisco music scene, and rarely emphasized among the pantheon of San Francisco groups of that day. So here they are, in all their glory, alternate versions, and outakes, but mostly in live performances. Later in the show, we return to "Another UFO" for some unbelievable tales of encounters from UFO icons like Adamski and Van Tassel, which occurred (or didn't) in...
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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After Izzy shows his mike's neglected pan and asks for reminders to change it, we launch into another wide ranging look at the 60s and, this time, more of it's music. Includes descriptions of the '64-'65 N.Y World's Fair and its wishful hopes for the future, more from Murray Roman's psychedelic comedy, San Francisco's KSAN with Tom Donahue and a few songs he played, and I play a lot more rare or studio outake versions of famous songs from those hazy, crazy days.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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A live Doors simulplay begins this edition, (simulplays are an exclusive OTE invention consisting of playing two versions of the same song simultaneously.) followed by 60s clips from the day, the Ô68 production, "Monitor," 60s songs with current events on their minds, a black poem from the late Amira Baraka, a 15 minute Beatle boot of "Revolution" I bet you haven't heard, and ending it all with another live Doors simulplay.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Over the Edge: Universe 38 What About the 60s B2
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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An all 60s comedy show filled with The Firesign Theatre, The Congress Of Wonders, and Bob & Ray, with an opening Christmas bit from Nichols and May. We range across and intermix several 60s album releases and radio work from the first two, and tap into the 60s daily radio improvisations of Bob & Ray. The Moon in the 60s is also always just over our shoulder with Apollo communications and a novelty UFO song. We go a little long when Puzzling Evidence fails to show up on time for his show.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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As Christmas approaches, so does Paul Harvey at the North Pole covering Santa's sleigh launch, with 60s Christmas promos and ads for Christmas cigarettes. But not before we delve way into the Mad Genius Of Teen, Phil Spector, his music, and his notorious personal behavior in and out of the music biz, along with a lot of well and less well known work from his concert studios. That's the whole thing.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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After an intruder (or was it?) hoax post on our website claiming The Weatherman had died, we follow up that bru-ha-ha with this show assuring you he is alive. There's lots of new and old Weatherman here, as we celebrate the odd lovability of Weatherman performances on OTE over many years.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This one begins with a stupendous (if I do say so myself) simul-play mash of two different versions of "In Held Ôtwas In I" by Procul Harum lasting about 25 minutes. Then we delve into 60s astrology, how it works and what it means to you, hosted by Casey Kasem. More music, including a little segment on George Harrison, and Receptacle callers, of course, one of whom called it all boring. You be the judge.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Beginning with a song by Francoise Hardy for our Paris listener, we just keep on mixing anything cosmically 60s, like radio in space, space in radio, our Apollo Moon program on the air, UFO's all over the place, every 6 minutes actually, with Procol Harum, Steve Miller, Quicksilver Messenger Service, J. Joplin, etc., etc.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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The children of Rock &Roll just fade away, except they don't, because here's what they did. Exclusively devoted to the Beatles verses Rolling Stones, chopped up and overlapped, with 60s commentary by both groups. This was an actual, musically dazed and confused issue of contention at the time. Mostly mixed with boots and takes of less familiar songs.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Halloween becomes a fright-filled, extended OTE featuring lots of lesser known Halloween novelty songs recorded in the 60s, an extended view of Satanism from Anton Levey who created the Church Of Satan during the 60s, as well as excerpts from his Satanic Mass, an H.P. Lovecraft story, a 15 minute simul-play of two versions of "Celebration Of The Lizard" by the Doors that surprised even me at how well it worked, and of course, constant callers fill out this shivering example of solid...
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Music from early 60s guitar icon, Link Wray, along with his comments about his style and the 60s begin this episode, followed by more from the Apollo space program's many trips to space before landing on the Moon, accompanied by some hard rock and some otherwise music from the 60s. Up it's mixed. The receptacle is open.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Getting high in the 60s continues, this time with a focus on marijuana and the rare LP, "A Child's Garden Of Grass," along with even more Moody Blues (one of the most underestimated bands of the 60s) and Pink Floyd, plus lots of other 60s songs about the pleasures and dangers of smoking the weed. And the Apollo space program continues to head towards the moon. Talk about getting high!
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Timothy Leary, The Moody Blues, and Pink Floyd lead us through a sonic acid trip back when, for a period in the 60s, that was our drug of choice. Everybody did it, but now you can listen to the results just as if you were doing it now. Maybe you are.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This entire show is an intermixed collage of the thoughts and impact of Marshall McLuhan during the electrically charged 60s with an emphasis on the mass effects of TV, along with music from Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention and Captain Beefheart. The medium is the massage.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Beginning with all four of our CD players filled with lots of 60s jazz played all at once, and a reprise of The Last Poets relating the history of jazz, we continue with Nico and The Velvet Underground, The Byrds, Country Joe McDonald vs. LBJ, an ode to Richard Nixon, and lots of other mid to late 60s rock. After a review of the early 60s Mercury and Gemini space flights, Nasa's Apollo program to put us on the moon "By the end of this decade" begins.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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This one is all about The Last Poets, who introduced everyone to rapping in the mid 60s, accompanied by civil rights radicals like Malcolm X, and the whole aura of black radical revolutionary lyrics and speeches that scared us all in that short but intense era of black political emergence. Vietnam underlies much of this cultural resentment and M.L.K decries our war in Vietnam in one of the best, now forgotten speeches he ever gave.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Subbing for Barb and the Crack-O-Dawn usually here on the first Thurs of every month, this extra OTE continues with yet more songs and radio from the mid 60s, most of which are from Great Briton, including a BBC parody retrospective, "1966 And All That."Ê Suddenly it's 1966. At 3:00 AM, I continue subbing another two hours for Puzzling Evidence, first conducting, but shortly losing control of the up-for-grabs conversation between Philo, Dr. Hal, and callers, all accompanied by...
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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A lengthier episode covering the music and the radio of the mid 60s. Beginning with a Ô66 broadcast of Scott Muni on WOR, N.Y, the music then extends from pop to fine art stuff from John Cage and the 60s performance art group, Fluxus. N.Y. radio's Gene Shephard returns with a story about trains accompanied by train songs, and we're talking country with Cash, Cline, Everly Brothers, and Jack Scott, and UFO's return in the 60s with increasing frequency.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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After a call for website help and Casey Kasim consigns us to hopelessness in song, we move through a whole array of songs, DJ's, and dialog from the mid 60s era, including a great little mix of West Side Story's "Somewhere," Ronee Spector speaks, the space program is remembered, and flying saucers become the subject of radio discussions.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Not quite Receptacle-free this time, it's all Dylan, all from the 60s again. The songs are all different, most are boots or unreleased tracks, more from many interviews, authentic jingles from our sponsers, Coke & Pepsi, and Izzy is still on that billy-horn.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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All Dylan in the 60s, including songs you may have heard but versions you probably haven't. Hounder of the hero, A.J. Weberman talks article wording with Bob on the phone, The Birch society keeps him off The Ed Sullivan Show, lots of interviewing, and all the songs are bootleg versions or unreleased. Also, a rare stop to Receptacle Programming to let this rare music play.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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After breaking up some breakup songs, more radio about radio, a modern simulation of 60s top forty radio with 60s songs never heard there and the rock-talkin' jocks who were playing by the numbers, all sponsored by Coke and Pepsi. This is sometimes interrupted by radio shows from the 60s about UFO's.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Turning self-help into nonsense, we say and play live with all the chops we can think of. From hypnosis to hypnotic, the electronics and their sounds, and extensively curious discourses on what The Chopping Channel can do for you.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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On we go, will psychedelics ever get here? This early to mid 60s edition includes more of Ken Nordine demonstrating stereo, a continuing array of pop songs (obscure and otherwise), top 40 DJs from the era, Stanley Kubrick in a '66 interview talks about his filming history (working on 2001 at the time), the RussianAmerican space race, Alan Ginsberg, and The New Seekers become a Pepsi ad.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Finishing off the beathip early 60s with jazz beds, side two of "How To Speak Hip," Lord Buckley and Kerouac read themselves, Lenny Bruce on his arrest for obscenity, Jean Shepherd is still at the Ô64 N.Y. World's Fair, The Beach Boys prepare to surf, and Ken Nordine in the age of space.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 24, 2015
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Mark Hosler, one of the founders of Negativland, joins me for an electronics-heavy mix of past and present. Together, we delve into the hip side of the early 60s with "How To Speak Hip," and beat poets and ranters like Kerouac, William Borroughs, and Lord Buckley. Jean Shepherd returns on location, covering the '64 New York World's Fair for his radio show, nuclear civil defense and discernment, and a few songs to evoke the era.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Jean Shepherd, a notable radio presence in 60s N.Y. radio, tells about his youthful trials and tribulations trying to become a class A ham radio operator, accompanied by our real ham radio jammers recorded from the amateur air. In '63, a real disc jockey actually locks himself in his studio, refuses to leave or open the door, and plays the same song over and over in an attempt to get a raise from his boss. We have influential music of the era, from the blues to Tiny Tim, and the saucers return.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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We spread out for 5 hours as we bring early 60s comedy and sex together, including some extensive ramblings by Lenny Bruce, Helen Gurley Brown ("Sex And The Single Girl") addressing a live audience in '64, all but the forbidden words from "The Sensual Woman," and a lot of "Sex Dirt" from The Weatherman. Though completely cleaned up for the FCC, it all has a nice, risky broadcast feel to it. Plus the usual UFO's and music from the era.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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We continue with all audio from the 60s. This one is about the emergence of the Beatles, focusing on all their early 60s work, plus a few songs contemporary with them, interrupted only by live coverage of Kennedy and Oswald getting shot via KLIF, Dallas. And UFO's are still out there.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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As NASA's Mercury Program continues to launch in the early 60s and UFO sightings continue unabated, our radio goes top 40 and our music goes surfing and then romantically pop. Also, comedy from Jonathan Winters and acid parties with Timothy Leary and Alan Watts.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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We begin a sub-series on space in the 60s which also focuses heavily on the music of the decade. This one is all about the early 60s, including NASA's Mercury Program launches from Cape Canaveral which put America's first men in space while music became folk-inspired and psychedelic drugs began to appear.
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Over the Edge: Freddy's Back
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Even more Universe. This one is so Universal no one knows what it is about. You'll have to listen to it.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Our selective overview of the Universe and its other life expands to comedy with The Firesign Theatre's "Everything You Know Is Wrong," plus intermixing two 50s documentaries on the flying saucer flap from America and Britain, lots of Pink Floyd, and Wobbly can't borrow my Booper.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Back to unidentified flying life in the Universe and what that makes us feel about everything. Bits from "Moonrock Footnotes #13" continue, along with what the Bible says about flying saucers, old radio science fiction and documentaries about same, scientists describing the Universe, and songs that are trying to get to a point too big to get to.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Suicide Man, himself, shows up for a live, 3 hour talk show about the universe. We take calls and discuss the many mysteries of space as we understand it, which isn't that much as it turns out. An unusual encounter with Suicide Man, one of our oldest and most dedicated callers to Over The Edge
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Sightings and saucers continue with a lengthy and detailed account of the icon-forming Roswell saucer crash in '47 and all the lore about it that followed. Mixed in is an OTE episode from 2001, "Moonrock Footnotes #13, which contains a lot of original scripted fiction of mine built around some old radio fiction about scientists being kidnapped to the moon
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Films and their projectors spin at the center of this second look at saucers flying in the Ô50s. A Ô50s dramatized documentary film, "The Truth About Flying Saucers," plays pretty straight for its historical interest, intruded upon only by "novelty" songs of the day on the subject and Receptacle callers. "What is this, science fiction or something?" Our brains evolve
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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This one is all about the flying saucer rage of the 1950s. All the material comes from the 50s, including a Long John Neble historical overview of the whole flap, first person encounter accounts, descriptions of various crafts seen, 50s science fiction drama acknowledging this emergence of aliens in our culture, and 50s songs on the subject. Is anybody out there?
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Astronomers and scientists continue describing the physics of the Universe and its contents, including the space race and its probes, Mars and its exploration, the positioning of human religions in all this, and plenty of space songs and receptacle callers throughout.
Topic: Series: Universe
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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This extended universal episode begins with Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon backing up our universal commentators on the Universe and anything in it. Astronomers and scientists discuss planets, stars, distances, and luminosity as observed and measured out there in the big black. From the history of human space exploration to simultaneous space song mashes, we get way out there. Won't you join us?
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Sep 23, 2015
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Over the Edge: Universe 1
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Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Crosley Bendix begins with a live talk about the end of music, then Wobbly and I bring The Chopping Channel back again on the same subject, with "winging it" our only guide. Patsy falls to pieces, Bits And Pieces, Helter Boring and other mash-ups of your most tiresome hits Ð Fresh again! Wobbly's many "Variations" CDR's of cut-up hits & clips fill out this no-gap music chop.
Topic: Series: Chopping Channel
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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No one typifies Devilish music more than Diamanda Galas, an avant vocalist who incorporates the scream as art. We feature Diamanda's "music" exclusively throughout this whole show, as we learn more about the Devil and His history. For the first time in decades, callers called this show "horrible," but it isn't horrible, it's just difficult listeningÉ Unusual music for unusual listeners.
Topic: Series: Your Music is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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We begin where we left off with The Weatherman commenting on Bob Dylan. Then continuing on with more indisputable evidence of Satan's intrusion into all varieties pop & rock music. With preacher selected examples galore, from Heavy Metal to spiritual ditties, the insidious phenomenon of backmasking makes all music dangerous to your forward listening ears. Avoid all music until played backwards. And what's worse, readings from straight-ahead rock lyrics prove the point.
Topic: Series: Your Music is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Over the Edge: Christmas Mash
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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We begin coverage of the whole flap over Satanic influences in Rock music which go back to the very beginnings of Rock & Roll. Preachers emphatically warn of all the musical dangers to youth as many examples of the music, from Elvis to Patti Smith, routinely prove them right! If you listen to Rock, you're going to Hell and that's all there is to it.
Topic: Series: Your Music is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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This extended edition is all about the Weatherman and failure, (Especially his, but everyone else's too.) The Devil is in the background as all kinds of people and things fail. Moody Blues music, (One of The Weatherman's favorite bands) is featured throughout as we are reminded and reminded that failure is imminent.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Over the Edge: Your Brain Is the Devil 13
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Adam joins me for another mix of devil lore, including the history of the Devil, preachers' rants on the subject, the end of the world, horror in entertainment, Vincent Price on dark side magic, if Paul Harvey was the Devil, your mind is supposed to be the boss, and are you good or evil?
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Beginning with Crosley Bendix expounding on brains, we continue with spiritual warfare, readings of Markheim and The Body Snatcher by R.L. Stevenson, preachers and interviews on Satan, an exorcism in action, and more callers than usual.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Izzy Isn't makes an opening program disclaimer, Vincent Price describes witchcraft and how to become a witch, the need for spiritual warfare, a real satanic mass, the Lucifer Effect, audio horror from Arch Obler, and more.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Beginning with a special technical adjustment piece called, "Test," we then move on with Lenny Bruce on God and obscenity, H.P. Lovecraft's "The Rats In The Walls," evil and angels and art, more faith as a virus, and "Eat My Baby" by Ronnie Spector.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Harlan Ellison reads his own story, "The Prowler In The City At The Edge Of The World," art and evil continues, authorities expound on God and Satan, Adam and Eve from Mark Twain, speed metal demons, and "Don't Play Cards With Satan.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Over the Edge: Your Brain Is the Devil 6
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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Orson Welles plays Dracula on old radio, Demons and demonology in our all too vulnerable lives, the Devil's music, Richard Dawkins on the virus of faith, and more.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
Over the Edge Radio
Sep 23, 2015
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We begin this 5 hour version with an hour of The Booper Trio, which is us playing nothing but boopers (a rehearsal for an upcoming live appearance). Then an exorcist describes his purposes, combatting the Devil and evil, Ugo Toppo reads from Robert E. Howard's The Hells beneath The Hells, David McCallum reads from H.P. Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror, and Howard Stern on his own encounter with Satan.
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Including a Halloween discourse about where all that came from (a celebration of Satanic elements), an unknown, unseeable creature attacks a man, Dawkins on Islam, Zacherly runs for president as a monster, Satan's existence continues to be exclaimed, and much more.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is the Devil
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Richard Dawkins on Islam and its many conflicts, Firesign Theatre on exorcism, the Beatles get caught being more famous than God, and much more.
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Does Satan exist? Let's find out with preachers on The Devil's domains, the root of all evil, Reverend Van Impe on Hell and it's purpose, and some evil praising songs from Zacherly.
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Sep 23, 2015
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Science vs. religion throughout, with Alan Watts and a couple long clips of Negativland rehearsing "It's All In Your Head."
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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Sep 23, 2015
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What is this about? Who knows? Don has not described this one yet, either, but it's full of Brain and God._ (Careful listening reveals that it is a live mix of noise and religious talk. Harold Camping tries to defend himself, religion and politics, history and science, plus plenty of booper. Speaking in tongues! Near Death Experiences! Heaven and Hell! This one's got it all! Plus, did I mention plenty of booper?)
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Sep 23, 2015
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Wobbly joins me for a further on mix of our confused world of religions and all their Gods. Will this never end? Well, does God?
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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Sep 23, 2015
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The Chopping Channel brings therapy to music butchery with lots of noise amid the self-help.
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Sep 23, 2015
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God and food, thinking habits at work inside our brains, does God exist?, the theory of everything, and more callers than usual.
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Sep 23, 2015
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Opening once again with The Beatles and some of their God and belief related material, we then move on with more music and dialogue on the subject of religion, God's Brainwave, and more.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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On we go, covering The Moses convention and the Ten Commandments, Larry king and The numbers Man discuss God, youth songs for Christ, wandering with Jesus, callers and more.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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Sep 23, 2015
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Three guys from Illinois join me for three hours of circuit bending noise. Circuit bending explained and demonstrated. Difficult but amazing listening.
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The Beatles also had their brush with God. In 1966, Lennon said The Beatles were more popular than Jesus, and a media boil ensued. So here's the greatest band in pop music history concerning God and more.
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Sep 23, 2015
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A request for "I Am God" is fulfilled, the founding fathers and their religious attachments to the beginning of America, cut up preaching, uncut callers, and the faith goes on, beat and all, as I beat it all up with no God to care.
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Sep 23, 2015
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Simultaneous preachers preach, Ravenscroft attempts to protect our kids, "When Home Is Heaven," The Question Of God, and so much more. Are you praying this will never end?
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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Sep 23, 2015
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These descriptive blurbs are formed after the radio fact, not before. That's because I hardly know what I'm going to do before I do it. But now I don't even remember what this one contained after doing it, except that it's all about God.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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Sep 23, 2015
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Youth preachers rant on the trouble with kids today, which was yesterday, Jesus becoming Christ, the Pope at Christmas, and revising Catholic rituals. Then, at 3:00 AM, Subgeniuses Philo and Dr. Hal show up mistakenly and we continue with a gabbing talk show.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God
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Sep 23, 2015
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The universe, quantum and other physics, the fabric of the cosmos, new and old atheists, Gods wonders, and other intelligent life.
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Sep 23, 2015
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How we got the 10 Commandments, Einstein and God and physics, evolution, parallel universes, all about Heaven, belief and unbelief, and God the creator.
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Sep 23, 2015
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With Wobbly on live keyboards throughout, we cover poetry on God, from Jesus to Christ, more of C.S. Lewis thoughts on God and religion, Karen Armstrong, and separating soul and body.
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Sep 23, 2015
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On C.S. Lewis on God and spirituality, Lenny Bruce rambles around God, cosmos and consciousness, and can we trust reason? Is God a person?
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Sep 23, 2015
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The early Bible, does God exist?, and science vs. religion with the discovery of quantum physics and the nature of matter. Sports break with Tebow.
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Sep 23, 2015
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A 3 hour booper fest. All booper, all the time. Chaotic and noisey, this one is a challenge to listening. Good luck.
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Sep 23, 2015
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Bertrand Russell discourses on taboo morality and fanaticism and Roger Waters with most of his Amused To Death CD, as Graham Hancock comments on the nature of consciousness and spirituality.
Topic: Series: Your Brain is God