Tribute to the late Mufon investigator Craig Lang (d2018), he explains his UFO abduction research and describes close encounter cases for this half hour of KFAI studio interview clips from the late 1990s, following introduction to Mufon by William McNeff (MN state director); with UFO Update host, Jerry Modjeski, and the talents of Mike Driscoll, Betty Luca Andreasson, Pete Lee, Chris Waterbury, Bat Lenny, La Sonorite Jaune. Listen: https://archive.org/details/UFOUpdate_CraigLangCloseUp
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Posted in honor of late UFO & abduction researcher Craig Lang, radio broadcast July 21, 2001 from Irvine, California at the Mufon Symposium. Craig joins Jerry and other guests for a live report. Listen: https://archive.org/details/UFOUpdateLiveIrvineCA-July212001
With Casey Holt, Susan Murawski; for the first hour of two of The Musical Transportation Spree, DJ
Chris Waterbury programs independent, home-tape music by Vimana, Doug Michael, Meltdown Labs, EMT Collection, The Mouth Bandits. KFAI, Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Here’s a one minute radio promo with Craig Lang for a 1999 KFAI call-in with Jerry:
Craig is heard on archived editions of UFO Update and Dreams and UFOs.
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Harken back 25 years to 1992 and those lovely June days when The Musical Transportation Spree‘s hosts Jerry & Chris Waterbury corresponded with prominent home taping personalities for how-to recording techniques and advice. Responses arrived from around the globe: Lord Litter, Stegor, Thomas Pradel, Carl Howard, Tom Furgas, The Larry Mondello Band, Scott Walker (Alien Planetscapes), My Personal Demons, David Saint, Due Process, David Barnes, Marc Myers, John January, The Bill Jones Show, Charles Dayton, Greenhouse Effect, Fish Drum, Pascal Uni, Doug Michael & The Outer Darkness, Chorus of Souls, many others, featuring KFAI studio guest (and home taper) Peter Stenshoel. Listen to the results at archive.org https://archive.org/details/ATapewormsGuideToHomeTapingPart2
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From the dusty orange crate of tapes comes this 45 minute aircheck excerpt of the second show of The Musical Transportation Spree (KFAI, Minneapolis-St. Paul, 1991-2006). Independent cassette culture spotlight during the Now That’s Interesting portion features Plastic Eye Miracle, a dream from The Rudy Schwartz Project (from Don Campau‘s Dreamscape compilation), Rev. Billy C. Wirtz (ad), with an extended music set of The Tesla Ensemble from Michigan. Hosts Chris Waterbury, Bernard Olson with Jerry; show intro by Patti Walsh. Listen: https://archive.org/details/MTS_07211991
In honor of the 60th anniversary of science-fiction movie classic Forbidden Planet, here’s Jerry’s interview with Bebe Barron, co-composer of the amazing electronic soundtrack. She and husband Louis Barron (1920-1989) previously worked with John Cage, Edgard Varese. Listen: https://archive.org/details/bebebarroninterview
Special thanks to the late Charles Brin for making possible this interview aired on The Musical Transportation Spree‘s show-within-a-show, the Spinner Sanctum “Electronaganza” in 2000; featuring bonus interview material not part of the original broadcast. Bebe Barron passed away in 2008. Thanks also to Julian West, Chris Waterbury, Incredibly Strange Music Vol. 2 (book).
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One of the most creative teams to independently release original music was Ohio’s Plastic Eye Miracle. PEM’s Michael Gonzales and Doug Wofsey prolifically recorded numerous cassette tapes for sale and distribution. Jerry & Chris Waterbury, assisted by Greg Mathieson and Bernard Olson interviewed Plastic Eye Miracle for KFAI radio’s Musical Transportation Spree‘s show-within-a-show Now That’s Interesting in 1992. Listen: https://archive.org/details/PlasticEyeMiracleInterview
Turn back the crock exactly thirty years to KFAI-FM’s digest of silly satire, The Mechanical Spider Clinic, featuring holiday-themed advertising, Consumer Survival Biscuit, Lazlo Morbid, TV Guise, and a satire about the over-commercialization of Christmas (inspired by Jerry’s idol, the late Stan Freberg’s Green Chri$tma$).
Bonus: The Elvis After-Xmas, After-Life Sale at Chez Bob’s Detail Recount Store, also Consumer Survival Biscuit and TV Guise tributes to the King from January 3, 1986. Bat Lenny and The Toy Lovers team up for a sound composition Gangbusters Christmas.
Featuring the talents of Mark Masyga, Chuck Isle, Rob Shapiro, Diana Swan, Bob Rynkiewicz, Leigh Bowser, Andy Schultz. MSC Theme by Bat Lenny. Listen: https://archive.org/details/mechanicalspiderclinicchristmas
Thanks to Mark Masyga, Wayne Modjeski & Chris Waterbury for assistance on this post.