Released on November 18, 1960 Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone episode Nick of Time starring the inimitably expressive William Shatner, Patricia Breslin and that diamond eyed bobble head devil The Mystic Seer.
Yes or No are we at the mercy of our fate, or do we choose our own path? One of my favorite episodes of the show. Featuring the song ‘Queer’ off my album Hunting Down The Ceremony Volume One.
Yes or No? MonsterGirl ( JoGabriel)
‘The Fever’ air date Jan.29, 1960 Written by Rod Serling, Directed by the great Robert Florey and starring Everett Sloane as the angry, feverish and ‘moralizing’ Franklin Gibson…it’s man vs machine…or is it…a monster! And money is the root of all evils…
“To an inanimate metal machine simply described as ‘a one armed bandit’ a slot machine or in a Mr Franklin Gibson’s words….A Monster…with a will all it’s own.”– Rod Serling
This is my cover to the iconic song of the 70s Todd Rundgren’s “Hello It’s Me”
I find myself often weepy about the good ole 70s, here’s a tribute to those dreamy hazy days filled with possibility and passion. I might even get myself some eagle feather eye lid paste ons like Todd and sit at the piano and play my heart out live soon!
with sadness in my heart over the great loss too soon, of Inger Stevens…
Originally recorded at The Luna County Conservatory In NY by Mike Fazio , now remixed by friend and fellow artist Mark Sheppard adding fretless bass and horns and dreamy drifts.
Todd and his awesome eagle feathered brows!
Written by Richard Matheson and Rod Serling.
Because you know the first thing I would think to do if my cat got stuck in the nether regions of the house is to call a PHYSICIST !!!!!!!! This is a tribute to Physicists for without them how would we get our children who are stuck in the 4th dimension of their bedroom wall out of danger!