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Freak Power Ticket (Eclectic)

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A "wondrous boat ride" exploring rock 'n' roll & other music, the counter cultural, cinema, pop culture, oddities, etc. Buy a ticket, take the ride.

Mon Jan 7th 2013 11.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

11:01pm

Dr. Demento “Star Trekkin'”
from Dr. Demento's Hits from Outer Space MP3 Album (Laugh.com 2002) —As performed by The Firm. Last minute of song provides music bed for voiceover introduction.

11:18pm

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra “Is There In Truth No Beauty?: Enter Miranda”
composed by George Duning
from Star Trek: Volume 1: Is There In Truth No Beauty? / Paradise Syndrome: Symphonic Suites Arranged from the Television Scores MP3 Album (Label X 1986) —Today's episode features a conversation with FILM SCORE MONTHLY's John Bender about the scoring work featured in TV's STAR TREK ("The Original Series").

11:36pm

Fred Steiner & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra “The Corbomite Maneuver Radiation: Cube Radiation / Baby Balok: Fesarius Approaches / Charlie X [Excerpt]”
composed by Fred Steiner
from Star Trek, Vol. 1 MP3 Album (Varese Sarabande 1990) —Excerpt played: "Baby Balok: Fesarius Approaches"

11:55pm

Gerald Fried “Contrary Order”
from Star Trek: Volume 2 - Doomsday Machine and Amok Time MP3 Album (GNP Crescendo Record Co., Inc. 1996) —Song aka "Spock's Theme."

11:58pm

Fred Steiner & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra “Main Title and Closing Theme”
composed by Alexander Courage
from Star Trek, Vol. 2 MP3 Album (Varese Sarabande 1990) —Music bed for program outro; UCSB A&L presents William Shatner's SHATNER'S WORLD: WE JUST LIVE IN IT, a one-man show, which will be landing for one night only on Fri., Jan. 18 at the Arlington Theatre.


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.