Night Owl Show

0:07Copy video clip URL Channel 6 Woodstock TV Promo.

0:17Copy video clip URL Frank Perino talks about plight of blind people.

0:40Copy video clip URL Title: “The Night Owl Show”

1:00Copy video clip URL Perino talks about the death of his seeing-eye dog and his difficulties getting a new dog from an organization for the blind.

3:10Copy video clip URL Perino discusses what needs to be done to help the blind in America. He discusses his activities as a musician – singing on the subway in New York. He talks about how his life has been harder since he lost his dog.

9:10Copy video clip URL Perino sings a song while camera shoots the sky.

10:07Copy video clip URL Footage of Perino walking down a street.

10:25Copy video clip URL William Ames. He talks about how he teaches music composition. He thinks people are unknowingly addicted to the musical structure of classical composers and that this limits their ability to understand modern music.

13:10Copy video clip URL We hear music playing, presumably an example of the modern music that Ames finds interesting and neglected. Video is of Ames sleeping in a chair.

14:00Copy video clip URL Ames playing the piano and discussing elements of music theory in the songs he plays. He talks about his musical influences.

17:25Copy video clip URL Ames walking down the street to his house while one of his own compositions plays.

19:15Copy video clip URL Shots of ocean with woman singing about speaking out against the “nuclear authority¬Ě.” Karen Silkwood Interlude by Julie Haines.

22:30Copy video clip URL Theresa Marta Costa speaks from behind broken windshield. She welcomes us to Frank Anderson’s Paradise. (It is a junkyard.) She shows us the junk. She recites poetry.

25:05Copy video clip URL Night Owl song with shots of the interviewees and title credits.

26:15Copy video clip URL Channel 6 End Credits.

26:25Copy video clip URL National Anthem played by a guy with a saxophone.

27:46Copy video clip URL End of Tape.

 

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