If you know any of the Wilson brothers, it’s probably Brian Wilson. Brian was the brain behind the Beach Boys’ most well remembered albums. Dennis, though, released an excelent solo album in 1977, and he was working on a follow up when he passed away in 1983.
Yesterday was Record Store Day. This was my first Record Store Day as a consumer, rather than a worker. It was a lot of fun! One of the releases I picked up was called Astro Sounds from Beyond the Year 2000. I hadn’t gone in looking for it, but it was pretty hard to pass up based on the title and the cover art.
Are you a fan of horror films? Thank Georges Melies. I’ve written about Melies before, but this is a little different. It’s a horror film, a comedy, one of the longest narrative films released up to that point, and 3 minutes long.
The name Space Patrol has been used by more than a few series over the years. Earlier, I wrote about Space Patrol Orion, which is an awesome show and worth paying attention to. But it isn’t my favorite show to carry the Space Patrol monkier. That honor belongs to the original Space Patrol from 1950.
I have been on something of a vintage science fiction kick recently. What better way to celibrate that than with a restored, color print of Georges Melies 1902 opus, A Trip to the Moon.