The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #100: A Trip Down Memory Lane with an Old Ideas Notebook and New EP
I recently uncovered an old notebook that had ideas for a Thirteenth Hour game (which I wrote about here). Since I was trying to do it from the ground up, I wrote a number of songs (or at least tried to, anyway). I also found an old animation sequence of Logan flying Lightning through a rising sun cloudscape.
Those images must have inspired these ones:
Episode 100 also marks somewhat of an occasion. Podcast listeners get early access to a new upcoming EP, called Between Two Worlds, the sequel to Long Ago Not So Far Away. Go here to download the album:
The album will be available for one month (7/10-8/10/17). The access code is on the podcast (you can skip to 31:30 for the code).
Coming next week, we’ll have artist, musician, and filmmaker: Jeff Finley. His documentary about his friend Brent Simon, who sang songs about Spacecamp, means that there’s only one thing to be done sometime in the near future: rewatch the 1986 film, Spacecamp, and do an episode on it. And if that happens will Howard the Duck be far behind? Until then, we’ll be hearing from Jeff soon.
Stay tuned. Follow along on Spotify! There is also a growing extended Thirteenth Hour playlist on Spotify with a growing number of retro 80s songs.
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