Check out this 2013 Tom Stoppard radio play inspired by Pink Floyd’s Darkside of the Moon. Full of philosophical thought experiments, it uses the album as a soundtrack.
; from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/adrianamaral”>Adrian
Amaral</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>
http://www.turksheadreview.com/vinylessence/ve76.mp3 All Vinyl lineup this time, featuring the Cars, and a spotlight on The Warner Bros. Loss Leaders compilation: TROUBLEMAKERS. You’ll hear songs by The Sex Pistols, Urban Verbs, Marianne Faithful, Devo, The Buggles, Modern Lovers, and Gang of Four.
via Show #76: Punk and New Wave TROUBLEMAKERS — Vinyl Essence podcast
The next installment of the Bootleg Series is coming soon, and it features material from Dylan’s unjustly overlooked gospel period. Should be a treat.
Here’s a clip from Mr. Freedom, William Klein’s uproarious lampoon of American imperialist bravado, available at the Criterion Collection. We watched it on Filmstruck. Absurd, wacked-out, hilarious, and splashy, it strikes me now as prescient, too. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.