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Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast

Craig Beam (My Life in the Shadow of The Twilight Zone) jumps into the Twilight Zone podcast fray with his own unique and sometimes confusing take on the show. There will be swears, and lots of 'ums' and 'uhs.'
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Apr 27, 2019

This week Craig hits the 'rewind' button on the third episode of the new Twilight Zone and, well... the third time’s the charm, as they say. With "Replay," the series (mostly) overcomes its rocky start and presents a worthwhile--- and important--- episode about the black experience in America…. and not from a historical standpoint, either. This is now. This is real. There’s less humor this week than usual, which is completely appropriate. 

 

“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“Oogum Boogum Song” performed by Brenton Wood (from the album Oogum Boogum, copyright 1967 by Double Shot Records)

“Oogum Boogum Song” performed by Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star (from the album Lowrider Baby! Lullaby Versions of Cruisin’ Classics, copyright 2019 by Roma Music Group)

“On Danse a la Villette” performed by Basil Bunelik (solo accordian)

“Steganos” performed by The Honey Sacrifice (from the album Nights in Columbus, copyright 2010 by Neo Ouija Records)

“Backspace Unwind” performed by Lamb (from the album Backspace Unwind, copyright 2014 by Butler Records)

 

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