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Add to EJ Playlist Carey and I discuss the phenomenon of "Twin Peaks." This conversation literally could have gone on for hours...
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In the first of a series of four episodes, Turbowolf interview Graham Hancock at The Roman Baths in Bath. In this episode Graham & the band discuss his time in Ethiopia and the search for the Ark Of The Covenant, the evidence for a Lost Civilisation, Ancient Maps & an alternative chronology for many of the world's Ancient Monuments.
Graham Hancock is one of the foremost authorities on Ancient Mysteries, having written numerous bestselling books on the subject such as 'Fingerprints Of The Gods', 'The Sign & The Seal' , 'Heavens Mirror' & 'Supernatural'.
Turbowolf released their self-titled debut album in November 2011, a blend of dirty rocknroll, punked-up riffs & psychedelic noise. The band are about to embark on a European tour starting 23/2 in London.
Their shared fascination with the esoteric & the mysterious lead to this meeting of minds. Big thanks to Graham for his insight & perspective on a number of subjects.
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Add to EJ Playlist I am having the issue with the Rock Paper Scissors game.
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Add to EJ Playlist They have inhabited our planet for millions of years, and yet no living creature seems more alien to us. Award-winning cameraman Wolfgang Thaler and Bert Hoelldobler, a leading ant authority, bring us face-to-face with the mysterious world of these social insects. Special macro film technology introduces us into the fascinating world of ants as no film did before.
Add to EJ Playlist MOST DARING is the ultimate adrenaline rush show, featuring the most heat-stopping, teeth grinding, gut busting moments ever caught on tape. Whether it's death defying clips, outrageous behavior or spell binding stories tune in to see how ordinary people tackle extraordinary situations.
Add to EJ Playlist Security camera footage posted online shows a pack of wolves charging at a traffic police patrol on a highway in southern Russia. The police officer jumps into the car he has pulled over moments before - just in time to escape the animals.
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That's not Me If you guys are Wondering, Just wanted to Point that Out
Edit: I guess this is the channel of the Person in the Video
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Add to EJ Playlist BEST VIEWED IN 480p, CC SUBTITLES CREATED W/ YOUTUBE SUBTITLER http://yt-subs. appspot.com/
TURN ON CC IN THE MOVIE WINDOW FRAME AND SING ALONG ! THAT'S WHAT I DO ! LOUDLY ! WHILE PEOPLE ARE ASLEEP !
This is a mix of four different arrangements / recordings of "Strictly Genteel," synchronized measure for measure and then re-synchronized to the video. The sources are:
1. 200 Motels Original Soundtrack album (hereinafter called OST) ... recorded 1971
2. London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. 2 (LSO) ... recorded 1983
3. 200 Motels movie audio (200M) ... recorded 1971
4. Make A Jazz Noise Here, disc 2 (MJNH) ... recorded 1988
The reason for doing this mix is that I love this song and wanted to hear it this way. It's a stunning piece of music and it's a crime that the sound to the 200 Motels movie is horrible (and unrecoverably so), and the soundtrack album only a little better. I wanted to hear the vocal parts WITH the digitally recorded orchestral version which, despite Zappa's friction with the musicians, turned out spectacularly.
In all sections but one, OST set the tempo to which the others were conformed. With three different conductors, wildly different tempi in sections, improvisation, and swing feel, timestretching was necessary. The timestretching algorithm used was the DAW default factory algorithm and produced some artifacts - . The attacks are smeary but there are some amazing timbres. To make them fit together in the mix, LSO was M-S processed for wide soundstage and the others narrowed, and each track gently EQd. An interesting phasing result: if the sound mix is reduced to mono, the LSO almost drops out entirely.
All sources except 200M were 44.1k. OST, LSO, and MJNH were (luckily) already in tune, but 200M had bad pitch variance from the poor video/film/DVD transfers. Plus it's in a lower key, faster tempo, and higher sample rate. To correct this, I raised the 200M from 48k to 50.4k, and downsampled to 44.1k before synching. This helped but there's no getting around the awful fact that 200M sounds like sh*t to begin with. Thus this track was only featured in certain sections, e.g. soprano harmonies. MJNH's tempo was more wildly different from the others, thus ended up with more audible timestretching artifacts, and it too is featured in sections but faded for others in the interest of a less distracting mix.
Editing and Continuity notes:
*200M & OST both have Flo & Eddie's spoken outtro before the rock jam starting with "They're gonna clear out the studio..." - MJNH has a band namecheck followed by a slight uptempo comeback and tag which closes out the concert - and LSO just plain fades. The latter was chosen.
* 200M & OST are missing an eight measure brass/drum fanfare quick march feel section that repeats a few times building to the next section.
* 200M & OST are missing a couple of measures each before both "And every poor soul..." and "Reach out your hand...".
* 200M lacks the entire section from "Reach out your hand..." until the vocalised section before "Lord have mercy...", and thus there is no video for that section represented in the other 3 musical versions. This represents a good 1/3rd of the total song, so the original footage fades at approx. 2:35 , launches into a montage of clips from the rest of the movie, then returns to the original footage at approx. 4:05
* MJNH has one extra measure of that bass 1-3-5 quarter-note walkup towards the end.
* LSO skips right over the aleatoric break and heads into "Help the black man..." - thus the trailing half note before the pickups to the next measure is extended artificially with a reverb tail.
* EDIT: Regarding the Closed Caption subtitles, which, by the way, should translate into other languages beautifully if you just click the CC button on the frame:
Just noticed that in 200M they clearly sing "ON the terrible functions..." whereas the OST has "THROUGH the terrible functions." I've also second-guessed myself with the "girl with the horse / horns" and "A dog and a hose'll be...," or is that "A garden and hose will be..." ...
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London Symphony Orchestra Vol. 1 & 2- Frank Zappa
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Frank Zappa Make A Jazz Noise Here -- Original Barking Pumpkin Release
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200 Motels: Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack
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Also lemme plug right here The Real Frank Zappa Book, by Hizzoner and Peter Occhiogrosso, about $10 from Amazon and a very enlightening read
Yes, that's Ringo Starr as Larry the Dwarf and Keith Moon as the Nun.
Thanks for listening.
Add to EJ Playlist The quintessential downtown girl, Debi Mazar was born in Queens and raised on Manhattan's Lower East Side. She launched her showbiz career in the early 1980s, working as a hip-hop dancer and makeup artist, and becoming friends with a little-known club singer called Madonna. From there it was on to Hollywood, where she found herself in demand as a character actress for feature films (GoodFellas, The Doors, Batman Forever) and TV (L.A. Law, Friends). Best known these days for her supporting role on Entourage and her recent stint on Dancing With the Stars, Mazar divides her time between L.A. and a 14th century home in Florence Italy -- where, with husband Gabriele Corcos, she has created the Web series Under the Tuscan Gun, devoted to Tuscan cuisine.
Add to EJ Playlist Peak Moment 168: Take a tour, accompanied by curious sheep and geese, of Mark Cooper's self-sufficient small farm. Over several years, he transformed a rundown house and hillsides of berry brambles into pasture and gardens where he produces and preserves most of his family's food. Visit the Goose Grotto in a constructed pond, a heritage fruit tree orchard, logs producing shiitake mushrooms, and a cheap-and-easy container kitchen garden. Mark gives us a closeup view of the solar dehydrator he constructed from salvaged materials - and his tips on food drying. He has husbanded up to fifty animals at a time, including two Tibetan yaks! This farmstead in Rough and Ready, CA lives up to the town's name ? and is a testament to hard work, wide-ranging construction skills, and love.