Well gonzo, Mickey showed how he found the rhythm of pulsars and quasars to be very psychedelic and with it, he was able to use those beats to express a spiritual link he was feeling by perceiving this active engagement with The Universe, in a musical manner. His part of the segment is just about half way through the program and is only a few moments long but, as is the case with Mickey, it made everything worth while!
Was Mickey's contribution purely musical, GRTUD? Or did he have something other to add?
Did anyone catch Mickey on the History channel's "The Universe" series, spotlighting pulsars and quasars? I can't believe I hadn't posted this before now... very cool.
A secret cult has been discovered operating under the guise of a political satire.The 'Daily Show' hosted by notorious left-wing fanatic Jon Stewart on the subversive cable station 'Comedy Central' has been known to....Siriusly (s.i.c.) though Lamagonzo,I think there might be a bunch of folk(myself included)who for whatever reason do not have cable.If not for a few good people sharing recordings of this very entertaining show with me,I too would be in the dark....
Is the daily show a secret cult?
Maybe it's just me but Loudon Wainwright III always has this psychedelic smile when I see him. Most recently he did the song, "Ramblin Blues" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and I was just thrilled with his performance. Too bad it's not up on YouTube because NBC's stupid website isn't playing that show at all (Sigourney Weaver is still awesome, btw!). They need to get whoever is doing Comedy Central's site 'cause it's the "Jam" compared to all others... even if Jon Stewart did make some douche remarks about Phil, his underware and blotter acid. *shakes fist in air, holding a sharpened pitchfork* I'm not finished with you Stewart! ; - )
I don't have cable, but I sure hope that comes out on DVD!
on sundance channel--
this week it is with richard thompson, nick lowe, allen touissant, and levon helm! and they play 'tennessee jed'! and ray lamontaigne is a guest too.
it's a neat program anyway (although i find elvis to be sort of a pain)- and this episode is really great. worth checking out.
John Stewart goes off on UCSC hiring someone to manage the Grateful Dead archive. He is incredulous that the person must have a Masters in Archiving(?!?)
He asks, what does this person do all day? Pick out pieces of blotter acid from Phil Lesh's underwear he wore on the Blues for Allah tour?
Can't believe nobody commented on this! (sorry, don't know how to embed the link but you can go to the website).