My guess is they're after tapes,that might be in radio archives somewhere.
David Lennick <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Matt Sohn wrote:
>> This came across on the Association of Moving Image archivists email
>> list and I thought the ARSC and Ampex list members might be able to
>> help out. I know there are Old-Time-Radio lists and while Firesign
>> Theatre is not Old-Old-Time, it's getting on to forty years old...so
>> if there are other lists out there, please forward. This is a shame
>> that this wasn't saved. I know we can't save everything, but...
>> For those unfamiliar with Firesign Theatre, I first heard them in 1969
>> and found their humour and satire amazing--but I only know them
>> through their released recordings.
> I was just listening to "Shakespeare's Lost Comedie" the other day.
> I love the Firesign Theater so much that I've named all my hard drives
> after characters from their records.
> I had the privilege to see them live on their 25th anniversary tour,
> and still have my souvenier pickle and brown paper bag to prove it.
> Hard to believe that was 15 years ago..
> -Matt "He's no fun, he fell right over" Sohn
I have about 8 of their Radio Hours on LP pressings, but I presume these aren't
what they're looking for since they would exist in as many copies as were
needed for the stations that ran them at the time (assuming anyone was unstoned
enough to know what to do with the discs..wow, man, licorice tobacco).
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