The Musical Transportation Spree Returns!

Chris Waterbury, Jerry Modjeski, Chuck Isle, Stu Mathews at KFAI, Minneapolis

It’s the one-night-only return to KFAI radio of The Musical Transportation Spree that occurred May 25, 2019, with original show hosts Chris Waterbury and Jerry, joined by cohorts Stu Mathews and Chuck Isle representing the Little City in Space Download Revue! Listen:

https://archive.org/details/MTSReturns

MTS First Hour: Now That’s Interesting, the indi-DIY department welcomes the prolific creator behind The Rudy Schwartz Project, Joe Newman, for live phone interview; music of home recorders Underdub (aka Dick Dammit); robO; live phone interview with Doug Michael, guitarist-composer, builder of instruments and teacher. Also Abcess Grenk; Ludwig Sears.

MTS Second Hour: in-studio guest Dave Michael of The Southside Aces gives a Schnickelfritz demo with woodblocks (photo, below) from the 1930s comedy orchestra of Freddie Fisher; Little City in Space highlights from the 20th Anniversary Special; New UFO Update report of a local paranormal hot spot by Jerry; MTS finale David Bowie tribute set.

Thanks to Mason Butler at KFAI; engineers Blanche Fubar; Greg Carr. Also featuring the talents of Peter Stenshoel; Damon Mathews; Greg Bishop; Miriam Stonehill

MTS Theme by Bat Lenny.

 

 

Ludwig Sears and the Infinity Art Unit

The Musical Transportation Spree hosted live musicians in the KFAI studio August 8, 1997 with David “Ludwig Sears” Wright (violin), Peter Stenshoel (keyboard), and Stu Mathews (electric bass, conga drum) of The Infinity Art Unit. Here’s “Summit Time,” one of several improvised segments (look for the rest soon at archive.org) with MTS hosts Jerry and Chris adding tape loops and ambience.

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