The Memphis multi-instrumentalist, composer, and leader of the Rolling Head Orchestra is a veteran of the Reigning Sound, Alex Chilton, and Tav Falco’s Panther Burns. He’s created and performed original scores for a number of classic silent films including a recent commission for the Indie Memphis Film Festival of the 1921 Swedish witch documentary “Haxan.” Alex also has a PhD in anthropology, so he might have some insights about the Troubled Men.
Topics include a cool day, a sex toy spill, an X-ray, an eyewitness, camera time, a long brushing, a city on the verge, Jan. 6 re-enactors, a theremin player, Jim Spake, Tom Lonardo, Jim Duckworth, moving to Memphis, computer music, Ardent Studios, the Farelight sampler, Lorette Velvette, the Kropotkins, Mo Tucker, Greg Cartwright, Booker T, a swan song, a whirlwind tour, Mario Monterosso, Bruce Watson, Bible & Tire Recording, Goner Fest, Rev. Fred Lane, Wadzilla RIP, and much more.
Intro music: "Just Keeps Raining" by Styler/Coman
Break Music: "Speak Easy Serenade" from "Depression Jubilee" by Alex Greene and the Rolling Head Orchestra
Outro Music: "Roadkill Samba" from "American Elegy" by Alex Greene and the Rolling Head Orchestra
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