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Another UFO (The Circlemakers III)

May, 1998
Solo



We come to the conclusion of all the sources in the crop circle game to date. We hear lots more from the artists/circlemakers, as well as an ambivalently earth shaking arts review from Crosley Bendix, who explains why the most important thing about crop circles is their “default significances,” or at least he does this after making inadvertent and overly critical use of a call to OTE from the previous week. Ha ha, he’s such a card. This one is full of disillusion and all wraps up in a continuing standoff, each of the factions more than ever threatened by the doubts and “evidence” of the other. But they’re beautiful nevertheless….. Check in to The Crop Circle Connector for the history of crop circles in pictures to accompany this audio in style.


3 Hours


Another UFO (The Circlemakers II)

May, 1998
Solo



A bigger subject for mixing than you might think. We continue deeper into the same subject from the same sources. Fresh stuff and Celtic symbology sprinkled in. “It’s A Mystery.” Or is it some damn fine psychologically charged, anonymous land art? Or is it both? Just two more mysteries. At least either of these choices is both relatively benign AND inspiring… as we go round and round… in the circle game…


3 Hours


Another UFO (The Circlemakers I)

May, 1998
Solo



A new look at the continuing appearance of crop circles in England and elsewhere, and the shadowy “artists” now claiming to make them. But first, a 40-minute conversational pause while we test out The Weatherman‘s phone fidelity device in a detailed call from his house. This is an on-air preparation for a three show teletour of OTE to an English radio station scheduled for the entire following month. Pseudo local conspiracist, Dave Emory joins. All very technical, and occasionally amusing too, with The Weatherman “being himself.” Then we mow into all kinds of interspersed interviews concerning one of the most interesting planetary “phenomenons” that continue to thwart unanimous resolution, even though it is spawned by, and/or has spawned generations of “artists” who now claim to create them. While refusing specific authorship. Lots of raw interview material from Grant Wakefield’s film, “Croppies,” and various video, TV, and radio talk on the subject in a spaced out, song dotted mix.


3 Hours