Tuesday, March 24, 2015

THE BIG STRING THING

THIS WEEK IN THE LUNAR OBSERVATORY WE'RE SETTING OUR INTEROCITOR TO PICK UP SOUNDWAVES FROM THE MID-80'S.  Back when we were teeny-boppers working at the Rustler Steak House, we were known to listen to Philly's 93.3 FM WMMR's Morning Zoo programme each weekday morning.  So popular was it that they even released 2 record albums: 
"ABBEY DIRT ROAD" and
"ZOO'S NEXT".  The Cheeks had both LPs at the time (I only had them on tape); the Cheeks, of course, is the other guy doing the DOCTOR WHO FIELD OF 64 with me over on my main blog.  However, Dr. Janos Rukh thought he'd post a few of the songs from those two Morning Zoo albums for nostalgic porpoises.  And remember, at the end of each WMMR Morning Zoo show they would play Monty Python's Flying Circus' "Always Look On the Bright Side of Life" so make sure you listen for the big string thing!  These songs were so ubiquitous that I'm sure "we happy few" who were listening back then will get a twinge of recognition from these long lost songs.  Over there in the box on the right you can play these old blasts from the past:

  1. NIKKI HOI  -  Flo & Eddie
  2. FAST FOOD  -  Stevens & Grdnic
  3. WET DREAM  -  Kip Addotta
  4. HAPPY BOY  -  The Beat Farmers
  5. BOYS WANT SEX IN THE MORNING  -  Uncle Bonsai
  6. WALK ON THE MILD SIDE  -  Big Daddy Graham
  7. DONKEY DICK  -  Judge Dread
  8. I WANNA BE A LIFEGUARD  -  blotto
  9. ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE  -  Monty Python's Flying Circus

Saturday, August 23, 2008

INAUGURAL POSTING - THE CREATURE LIVES! Hello and welcome to my little experiment. It may thrill you a little and. . .chill you a little. It was my intention to have this be my "all audio" blog but naturally the amount (size) of audio I am able to put up here is minute in the extreme. My inaugural post was going to be an episode of the old radio show SUSPENSE featuring H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dunwich Horror" starring Ronald Colman. But of course a 24 minute soundfile was apparently too big. So, until I can somehow manage to either upload sound files at a lower quality so that they won't be too large to post (are you listening, Fink!), I will be posting smaller but by no means lesser audio files, songs and stories that I will be drawing down from the galaxy of Andromeda.