FT toured in early 1981 and happened to perform at the Hoff Theater on the same day President Reagan was shot. That explains this tasteless bootleg cover-art. The show was performed in 3 acts and includes material from Fighting Clowns, Thank You Mister President, Lawyers Hospital, and Nick Danger's Frame Me Pretty. It's all very interesting for FT fans. About 2 hours long. Link in comments.
This movie was changed when it was reissued. Music by The Byrds and Steppenwolf was removed, and worse yet, they amputated Candy's final spoken words. How fortunate for the rascals that author Terry Southern was dead and unable to complain. Link in comments.
Last September Phil Proctor and David Ossman presented "An Evening with the Firesign Theatre (Or What's Left Of It!)" at the Library of Congress in Washington. They performed their sketch entitled "The History of the Art of Radio, Revised," and discussed the history and impact of the Firesign Theatre with video clips, slides, and reminiscences. View or download the video if you like. Link in comments.
A one-hour audio documentary about Jeff Lynne with testimonials from the Beatles and Tom Petty. Jeff led the Electric Light Orchestra, wrote for movies, produced for the Beatles, and was in The Traveling Wilburys. He recently did a new ELO album. Link in comments.
1973. This was the fourth record from Monty Python's Flying Circus. There is some mischief here because Side 2 had two grooves instead of just one. There were two different audio streams in store for you depending upon how you drop the needle. This trick rivals the Moody Blues record in which Side 2 was infinitely long. Link in comments.
Here are some genuine self-inflicted hyphenated names that I sifted from a phone book on PDF.
Jean Daughters-Fell Jennifer Gerrish-Lampe Katharine Dowell-Finder Carmelita McGinnis-Lard Glenda Slaughter-Pettigre Belinda Silvernail-Wood Lori Lavender-Jipp Nicky Long-End Lynn Zook-Slagg Pamela Bloomer-Pinkston Taramatti Ganpat-Puffett Lucinda Wonderlich-Fuller