On this 3-5-2018 episode of Inspirado Projecto, we collaborated with some wonderful guests in the KCHUNG 1630am Studio! Songwriting duo Blythe Baines & Carter Soso played samples from their upcoming “Games” EP on Priority Records. Woodsman Stewart Strauss from “Twin Peaks: The Return”, talked about working with David Lynch and surprised us with one of his own songs! Everyone revealed their creation processes and what most inspires them to give birth to such artistic gifts.
It was a pleasure to engage in such a wonderful conversation with two of “The Woodsmen” from Twin Peaks: The Return, on Inspirado Projecto, Robert Broski and Christian Calloway! Rob plays The Woodsman who delivered the iconic line “Gotta Light”:
Christian plays The Woodsman who entered a car and exploded a poor man’s brain matter:
Stewart Strauss, the very first Woodsman ever seen on Twin Peaks: The Return, was unable to join us in person, however, he was definitely with us in spirit, as they both had wonderful stories to share about him:
Jeff Finn, documentary filmmaker of “Strange Septembers” and “Before The End” and fellow PEAKer, also joined us in the KCHUNG Studio to geek out with these crazy cats about their experiences working with David Lynch.
Music from the soundtrack of Twin Peaks: The Return, an original song by Christian Calloway, some news reporting by Stewart, and “Fun Facts” from Henry D. Horse, were also played. Since we geeked out so much, unfortunately the latest Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast was not played on this show. We talked about Rob’s background as an Abraham Lincoln impersonator, in addition to Christian’s charity. We also discovered that Christian knew Stewart long before they were both cast as The Woodsmen for Twin Peaks: The Return! Rob was a sport and let me place my Grandpa’s old hat on his head to re-create that amazing scene in Twin Peaks: The Return where he crushed the radio dj’s skull with his bare hands!
Some very fun Henry D. Horse “Fun Facts” were played, however we didn’t have time for the “Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast”, as we were too deep into our geek mode. Have no fear, CARP shall be back again soon!
Jay Aaseng from “Twin Peaks: The Return”, stops by KCHUNG 1630am Studios for an interview on Inspirado Projecto Radio! Dori and CEC barrage Jay with stacks of questions about Twin Peaks and his times collaborating with David Lynch!
Jeff Finn from “Before The End” calls in via Star Trek communicator and asks Jay some questions. One of which, involves Jay replaying the scene with his “Drunk” man character on “Twin Peaks: The Return”…
We play a few songs from the new “Twin Peaks: The Return” soundtracks, talk about how Jay met David Lynch and his short film “Beer Pong Girls”.
KaPow Intergalactic Film Festival, which ran November 9-15 at NoHo7 Laemmle in North Hollywood, screened “Beer Pong Girls” during a short film block on November 15th. It was an honour to see his film projected onto the Silver Screen and meet so many extraordinary filmmakers! We look forward to seeing more of his creations at KaPow IFF 2018, in addition to collaborating with him on future Inspirado Projecto episodes!
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This episode is in memory of Nicholas’s Father, who died a few days before this broadcast. Dr. Tom Phillips had two doctorate degrees, and a masters. He was a virologist.
This episode happened synchronistically with news of Tom Petty’s passing. Two weeks prior, I had just seen Petty perform for the first time ever, at the KAABOO Festival, for what could have possibly been his last live performance. He was a thrilling energy to be in the midst of. Soo many memories through the decades of hearing his songs on the radio and in music videos showed up all at once. I didn’t realize until seeing him live, just how many hits he’s created, that we’re all familiar with, so many soundtracks for so many moments in our lives. It felt great to hear mobs of music-goers spanning so many generations, all singing along to his melodies, along with my family and friends. This “KAABOO” episode shares the audio of one of Petty’s timeless classics, recorded that monumental night!
Tom Petty at KAABOO Festival 2017
There was an abundance of amazing art, comedians, arcade games, hybrid humanimal creatures, music and performance art happening in various places about KAABOO. If you took photos of some sculptures with your flash, a hidden designs appeared!
In addition to Petty, some notable musicians I got a chance to see, were Jane’s Addiction, Pete Yorn, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael McDonald, Muse, Pink, Eric Burdon from The Animals, Fishbone and others (some of which are played during this episode).
In addition to broadcasting audio on Chinatown’s 1630AM KCHUNG Radio, and streaming live on their website, this 10-2 episode also simultaneously motion-pictured itself in a digital visual format through Periscope. Another intriguing synchronicity happened with this episode. I had recently come across Robert Moss, a Shaman who talks about traveling through dreams and also contacting those who have passed. I planned to play his stuff during the broadcast, long before I heard about Tom Petty. As you know, the Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast with the Celebrity Medium, is a staple of Inspirado Projecto. The information braided together quite uniquely. As you know we are always enthused to play music/spoken word that is suggested to us through Twitter, our email, on the bus, etc. We played a wonderful collaboration between A.J. and Tara, a cover of a Roy Orbison classic by Katie Shorey (phenomenal singer/songwriter and the frontwoman for Twisted Gypsy the Fleetwood Mac Tribute), an astounding experimental sound collage by one of PQ Ribber‘s many projects: Boys Nitroglycerine Pep Club, information about the upcoming Yachtley Crew show at Borderline Bar & Grill November 3rd, new Fun Facts by our Resident Trivia Expert and Traveler Henry D. Horse, and a wholesome song by the Cactus Blossoms from Twin Peaks: The Return. There are of course, many other surprises as well!
(Alec Smart/Sherman Sitter and Captain Nicholas did an outstanding job steering the KCHUNG Ship across the Galaxywaves, 9-18, in their melodic episode: “Know Your Dragons” as well as their stream-of-orchestration: “After Thoughts“. A piece of that episode is found in this episode.)
If you’d like to strap on headphones and take a gander at the 10-2-2017 audio broadcast of Inspirado Projecto, “KABOO”, please CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.
This episode of Inspirado Projecto covers a lot of bases live on the radio in addition to visually on Periscope! Yes, of course synchronicity, precipitation, art, dreams, and music are discussed and presented in their younique audio formats as per usual. Captain Nicholas, everybody’s favourite Station Manager of KCHUNG 1630am, co-hosts another piece of the puzzlementary.
We discuss Yachtley Crew’s recent sold out show at The Viper Room, the astounding Adam West tribute at City Hall in Los Angeles (June 15, 2017) where the Batsignal shone brightly, the Office of Night Things’ Dream Phone (call them at 800-390-0934 and leave your recent dreams!), talk about exciting new Thimbleweed Park point-and-click adventure game updates, spin a Bobbie Deerfield song, educate the populace with another Henry D. Horse “Fun Fact”, present a song by Linney, discover new Hollywood gossip with the Celebrity Medium on The Celebrity Afterlife Report, shine light on another fun sound collage by Boys Nitroglycerin Pep Club (PQ Ribber’s project, which is unfortunately not credited during the episode, yet luckily credited here!), exhalt the phenomenon known as Twin Peaks and how it is massaging the cosmic consciousness, AND… dig up a wonderful rare-ity by Chris Cornell from the newly released Deluxe Edition of the “Singles” movie soundtrack! Oh yes, we also visit the Dream Phone!!!!
And now, some photos taken at the Adam West Tribute….
On this very special episode of Inspirado Projecto we are joined in the KCHUNG 1630am Studio with: Christine Moore (actress of “Glenda”, a film about Lucy Moran’s Daughter) and frequent contributor Jeff Finn (Documystery Director of “Strange Septembers” and “Before The End”), to discuss the magic of David Lynch, his projects, sightings of him, Twin PeaksSeason 3, and how it all affects the mass consciousness.
Before we dive into some of the giblets about the astounding Mundee Pro-gruhm, a very Lynchian moment found us in the morning on US101, whilst Jeff and I were scootin’ along to breakfast. We witnessed the actual World Famous Oscar Meyer Wiener Mobile as a real-life entity! One of my childhood friends used to have the Matchbox Car-sized version, so this was crazy to see it as its true size! This is the EVIDENCE!
The Inspirado Projecto gang had the pleasure of broadcasting some of its wavicles LIVE through Periscope, before a happy accident occurred. If you’d like to see a motion picture archive of how the show unfolded, complete with facial expressions and other such nonsensicles of human behaviour, the future awaits you RIGHT HERE!
Keep your eyes/ears peeled for clues on a scavenger hunt in answering a few questions to win a free copy! Or if you’d like, you can order the game through the “Thimbleweed Park” website for $19.99!! I did a podcast review on the game which can be heard here:
Also, here’s a fun article about Andy Kaufman and his greatest practical joke!
We heard some Fun Facts from Henry D. Horse, played a song written by Lawrence August….
KCHUNG Computer Technical difficulties prevented today’s audio episode, “Parallax” with Orion Barnes on Inspirado Projecto, from archiving. The GREAT NEWS IS we captured the FULL behind-the-scenes all VIDEO version of this show on Periscope. It has been archived HERE.
ALSO, lastly but not-to-be-dee-leest-ley…we offered a new “Celebrity Afterlife Report” featuring new juicy news gossip of what Barry/Barris and other dead celebs are doing in the afterlife! Since we weren’t able to hear it, I present the full broadcast to you now. Please like and subscribe to their mystical channel, if your guides compel you!
Inspirado Projecto broadcasted through KCHUNG’s Mobile Transmitter 1-29-2017 from FAR Bazaar’s 40th Anniversary, in Room FA55 of the Old Fine Arts Complex, at Cerritos College. Were you there in the room between 1pm-3pm?
This episode is co-hosted by CEC, Phil Donlon, Alec Smart, and Sherman Sitter (from “Don’t Feed The Animals”). Josh, Monica, Little Joshua and Gabriella Clendenin showed up to contribute their creativity!
Many surprise guests appear, including celebrities: David Bowie and Frosty the Snowman. Songs/spoken word is featured by: Elliott Smith, The Blues Brothers, Gladys Clendenin, David Lynch, Samantha Light, The Monkees, a mashup of Kurt Schwitters & Moondog, Japanese MEAT Clown, Andy Kaufman, Eagleman, Fugazi, PSY-CORP, Henry D. Horse, Gabriella Clendenin, Warren Zevon, The Human System and Tony Clifton! Check out the video archive of the madness, since we simultaneously broadcasted LIVE through Periscope!
The Audio was recorded with a ZOOM H4n sitting on a table pointed at the audience, offering many more perspectives than what the at-home-viewers experienced.You can listen to it on Archive.org!
This unexpected interview conducted by Casey Rider of A.V. Media, happened outside after the broadcast. Thank you James MacDevitt, Casey, KCHUNG and to everyone who put together such an extraordinary event!
UPDATE! 2-4-2017 . . . Micky Dolenz from The Monkees was just tweeted about the fact that his song with Henry Nilsson, “Good Times“, was played twice during our broadcast at FAR Bazaar. He RETWEETED IT! How cool is it, that Inspirado Projecto is now on his radar?!?!?!
KCHUNG 1630AM broadcasting from beautiful Chinatown, Los Angeles, invited me to play in their studio, Friday the 13th. This was the 5th time I’ve done an Inspirado Projecto radio show there, yet the first time I was by myself. Brian D’vil, Jamie-lee Wise, Alec Smart and/or Phil Donlon have been my co-hosts in previous episodes. Having others to bounce ideas off of, with the luxury of setting up the next tracks while someone else is talking, helps in creating a smooth show. It was a fun challenge to juggle songs and talk at the same time. The joy of live broadcasting allows for any number of surprises to enter into the experience. David Lynch refers to these as ‘Happy Accidents‘ and in fact, looks forward to them. Allowing for the possibility of Happy Accidents and making peace with the idea that you’ll be just fine improvising along with them as they happen, gives you the truest sense of knowing you have your own back. It also is an indicator of just how open we are to accepting new experiences and a symbol of how deft we are at creating lemon trees from lemonade.