Little City in Space Syndicated Series Episode 6

JimHall1990 #6 includes a memorable encounter with Casey “Woo Woo” Ledbetter, the robot engineer of LCS-1‘s Commuter Snake that helps transport residents about the orbiting city. Jim Hall (left) portrays the beloved Casey on KFAI radio’s Sound Affects April 27 Sunday evening at 9:30 (CST), during the show’s once-every-month re-broadcast of LCS, also heard in the KFAI program archive for two weeks.

The skit inspired the former lead singer of Wall of Voodoo & solo performer in his own right, Stan Ridgway,StanRidgway-crop to compose “Snake Train,” a song tribute which appeared on Stan’s 1991 album, Partyball.

Stuart Mathews took these photos. Stan appeared at 1990’s Space Club Party in L.A., where LCS’ cranky Paul Bunny emerged from his Energy Closet and regaled guests with his extraterrestrial insights.

Hear Casey “Woo Woo” Ledbetter’s New Promo for Sound Affects!

 

Random Electric Froth

p30_m3_098_lWeird ads, TV Guise, collages, songs from Twin Cities bands featured by Chuck Isle & Jerry on KFAI’s  Random Access; also with Peter Stenshoel on Electric Coffee; The Mechanical Spider Clinic.

Commercials for The Wagner Power Composer / Uncle Mammy’s Blacktop & Skillet Shakers / Colossal Rick’s Cafe / Screaming Tad Beer / Geri – Todd / Doctor Bohr’s Balms / Chef Vortex / Pronto – Lloyd / Jingles Pavlov’s House of Spin / Piping Hot Mc Laughlin’s Nut Mc Coffee / Rude Hound Cassettes / Hand Baskets to Hell / The Lady Morpheus Plan / The Civil Apes Taiwanese Checkerboard Set. Listen in two volumes: Random Electric Froth, and More Frothing at the Beaker 1984-1985

Contributors include Mark Masyga, Marc Myers, Keith Lindberg, Brian Woolery, Andy Schultz, The Displaced Crustaceans, The Eyes. Internet Archive logo

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