Saturday, December 20, 2014

How Berkeley Can You Be? Festival

Recorded September 28, 2008
Frank Moore For President 2008

Last year (2007) HOW BERKELEY CAN YOU BE?! PARADE really marked the beginning of our taking our presidential campaign into the public. The year since then has been filled with campaign speeches, festivals, performances, interviews and other events. Last year I shook hundreds of hands and gave out over a thousand copies of my platform during the parade and at the festival afterwards. But last year there was a laid-back feeling. This year there were hours of extremely intense intimate inter-reactions/exchanges of hope and vision. It was non-stop…much more than at the other festivals. Many people knew about the campaign. A lot of people…all kinds of people….knew me/us from our public access cable shows [we are on tv in Berkeley and the surrounding towns every night for around 6 hours!]. It was extremely inspiring, if exhausting!

Friday, December 19, 2014

"Words Playing With Your Body" backed up by THE EROTIC JAZZ GROUP

Monday, Dec 15th, 2008, Talking Stick, 1411c Lincoln Blvd., Venice, CA 90291
plus Tim O'Gara []
and Jeffrey Randall Snyder []

from Frank:
I find it funny that the reading at Talking Stick in Venice Beach was much more confrontational and controversial than the jam at Echo Curio…even through there was no nudity or physical sex at Talking Stick…only words and images in the last poem could be seen as taboo if you squint! But everything was acid fingernails on the blackboard at Talking Stick.

Erotic Jazz Group:
Jeff Snyder (Cosmic Starfish)
Mark Soden (Phog Masheeen)
Tim O’Gara Band
Jen Wilson
Linda Mac
Frank Moore


Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Deep Core Magic #61

This is the first episode with Erika and the second season of the show as it ran weekly on B-tv.
Performance at the Norcal Noisefest 2004
Saturday, September 25, 2004
EMRL Studios
Sacramento, CA

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band at The Artists Cafe, San Francisco, California

Recorded July 12, 1996

The first Cherotic All-Star Band jam! Although, this was the second Cherotic All-Star Band performance, it was the FIRST one where Frank did not use pre-recorded songs to sing/play along with.

The band:
Frank Moore - vocals
Ki-lin Reece - guitar
Barb Golden - keyboards
Corey Nicholl - keyboards
Mark - Drums

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Frankly Speaking in the Berkeley History Room

Recorded August 9, 2014.

Mikee, Alexi, Corey and Linda were escorted into The History Room of the Berkeley Public Library by Jef the librarian to see Frankly Speaking on the shelf there!! And of course we documented it!!  Jef the Librarian graciously showed us into the room and asked us questions about Frank as we videoed!

From the Berkeley Public Library web site:
Berkeley History Room
Open to all
Materials from the Berkeley History Room must be used in the Berkeley History Room.
Open Mondays 3-7 pm and other hours by appointment.
Materials include books, periodicals, newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, city directories, telephone books, maps, and other materials related to Berkeley history.

Frankly Speaking web site:
Frankly Speaking promo:

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Monday, December 8, 2014

John The Baker & Frank Moore - The Freedom To Be Human Ball, Burnt Ramen, Richmond, California

Frank Moore's "The Freedom To Be Human Ball"
Saturday, May 4, 2002 Burnt Ramen, Richmond, California
a benefit for www . luver . com
A night where international musicians, poets, and artists will play, jam, improvise, explore together ... and with you ... in a state of melting hot lava. A CELEBRATION OF BEING HUMAN! A night of a universe of subversive diversity ... erotic, spiritual, political ... in music, poetry, and dance. SO SUBVERSIVE, THE U.S. GOVERNMENT INTERFERED!

Opening/Dorothy Jesse Beagle []
Frank Moore singing "Totalitarian State" []
John The Baker & Frank Moore []
Audience/Around Burnt Ramen []
Azigza []
More Audience/Around Burnt Ramen []
Fluff Grrl []
Michael Peppe as Sol Divus []
Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band []

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