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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Episode 5 - A Channel, Not A Creator - Let Me Be Frank


"Art Of A Shaman" Chapter 5 text: http://www.eroplay.com/Cave/ArtShaman/artsham5.html

Follow the Let Me Be Frank Channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/letmebefrank

MUSIC
(in order of appearance)

“How To Handle An Anthropologist - The Narc”
Voices:
Frank Moore by Linda Mac
Russell Shuttleworth by himself

Opening title music:
“Special Rate Sherry”
written, arranged and produced by Vinnie Spit Santino
from the album, “At War With Nature”

“The Narc” background music:
“A Snort Of Derision”
written, arranged and produced by Vinnie Spit Santino
from the album, “At War With Nature”

“Warning” music:
Piano by Frank Moore.
An excerpt from a live performance,
“Sing Along, Jam Along, Play Along, Dance Along,
Rub Along, Move Along with Frank Moore”
for Leslie Baker's Salon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Skype
Recorded March 10, 2012

“Let Me Be Frank” (the song)
written, arranged, performed and produced by
Vinnie Spit Santino
recorded, mixed and mastered at Vinali Creative Group, Van Nuys, CA by
Vinnie Spit Santino
Vinnie Spit Santino - lead vocals, all guitars, bass
Frank Moore - vocals on bridge
Rebecca Kyler Downs - backing vocals and all harmonies
Gary Ponder - drums
Drake Peterson - trumpet
Tony Rinaldi - trombone

Chapter title animation music:
“Silenced”
by +DOG+
from the album, "the misery of endless suffering"
LEM-162 2015

Chapter background music:
by Phog Masheeen

“Orange Socks”
by Fluff Grrl

“Tribal Performance” background music:
by Sander Roscoe Wolff

Closing credits music:
“Tragically Hip”
written by Jonathan Kochmer & Sarah Scott
performed by Two Loons For Tea
Recorded live on Frank Moore’s Shaman’s Den
August 26, 2006

“To Be Free”
written and performed by Tha Archivez
Longhorn Entertainment

Photos by:
Jim Appleton
Ken Jennings
Tracy Kauffman-Wood
Eric Kroll
Michael LaBash
Daniel Lorenze
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Debbie Moore
Kevin Rice
David Steinberg
Mary Sullivan

Illustrations/Artwork by:
Lee Kay
Michael LaBash
Kayla Moon
Frank Moore
Justin Page
John Seabury

Additional footage:
Dave Swan’s Dog House
Betty Boop: “Minnie The Moocher” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Betty Boop: “I Heared” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Three Stooges: “Disorder In The Court” [Public Domain]

Editing, Animation, and Title Design:
Michael LaBash

Produced by
Linda Mac & Michael LaBash

Directed by
Frank Moore
Thanks to all of the readers so far ...
Tha Archivez
Kenneth Atchley
Attaboy
Dr. Susan Block
Paul Couillard
Steve Davis
Stephen Emanuel
Paul Escriva
  Edna Floretta
Barbara Golden
Fred Hatt
John the Baker
Dr. Richard Kerbavaz
Michael LaBash
Lob
Kirk Lumpkin
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Jake McGee
Kayla Moon
Corey Nicholl
Carl Off
Vinnie Spit Santino
Erika Shaver-Nelson
Russell Shuttleworth
Linda Carmella Sibio
Gerald Smith
Megan Soriano
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Veronica Vera
Martha Wilson

And thanks to all of the musicians who have created and contributed music for this project so far …
K. Atchley
Stephen Emanuel
Father of Skins
Barbara Golden
Phog Masheeen
Vinnie Spit Santino
Sander Roscoe Wolff
Jerome T. Youngman (Mutant Press)

Thanks to Vinnie Spit Santino for the title!

http://frankadelic.com

Originally we had planned to do a documentary about Frank's life and work because we have so much footage and so many photographs. But we did not want to do a "normal" talking head style documentary. We realized that Frank had already written a biography of sorts in his book, "Art of a Shaman" so we decided to try to use that as the "script" for the video. We decided to see if we could get people who were important to Frank and had played a part in his life to each read a chapter of the book. After drafting the email and sending it out we were blown away at the immediate response and the project took off. We assigned chapters to readers using the random principle ... as Frank loved to do ... pulling a piece of paper with a chapter number written on it from a bag as we read a person's name.

Once we had all of the recordings of the readings and added up the time, the documentary was going to be at least 3 hours long ... and it was going to take a really long time to put together. We then had a eureka on a walk one day.... we could put each chapter out on the web as we create  them  ... as episodes!

Several musicians are now creating "background music" for each episode.

Way back at the beginning, when we first had the thought of even doing a documentary about Frank, we asked Vinnie Spit Santino if he would write a song for it, without any idea how we would use it ... or what we were even doing with the documentary. Vinnie wrote the amazing "Let Me Be Frank" that will be the opening song for each episode ... and the title of the series!

Wrapping/Rocking


A segment from the web video series LET ME BE FRANK, Episode 4.
Website for the series: http://frankadelic.com/
Watch episodes: https://vimeo.com/channels/letmebefrank
“Wrapping/Rocking”
Poem by Frank Moore
Chanted by Michael LaBash
Background music:
excerpt from “Body Music”
performed by Frank Moore’s Chero Company
Leigh Gates, Michael LaBash, Alexi Malenky & Rourke Smith
Thumbnail photo by Kevin Rice

Friday, December 9, 2016

Out Of Isolation: Rehearsal - Studio J, Berkeley, California, May 1, 1995


This video of a rehearsal for OUT OF ISOLATION when I directed it as a play is one of the most warmly erotic things I have done. In fact the whole rehearsal process with Corey as Jim [my role in the film] and Bonnie as Jane was always deeply erotic. But when they got on stage [where I as the director was powerless] most of the erotic juice disappeared.

Watch other rehearsals:
Out Of Isolation - Rehearsal, Curtis Street, April 18, 1995: https://vimeo.com/40411442
Out Of Isolation: Rehearsal - Studio J, Berkeley, California, April 24, 1995: https://vimeo.com/40887935

Male Lust Reading at Cody's Bookstore


Two of Frank Moore's poems, “Rings of Orgasm” & “Out of Isolation” were published in the book MALE LUST: Pleasure, Power, and Transformation, an anthology edited by Kerwin Kay, Jill Nagle & Baruch Gould and published in April 2000.

Frank Moore and Linda Mac read those two poems at Cody's Bookstore in Berkeley on 11/28/00 at an event for the release of this book. It also featured readings by other writers included in the anthology. This is Frank's segment.

Somewhere Over The Rainbow


“Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
Performed by Andrew Poisoner and Frank Moore
Recorded live on Frank Moore’s Shaman’s Den
February 24, 2002

Free audio file download available here: https://archive.org/details/frankmoore2002-02-24

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

This Land Is Your Land



Performed by Andrew Poisoner with Frank Moore, Linda Mac & Mikee LaBash at the Magical Feast of Musical Dreams. A mystical journey into strange/beautiful threatening experimentations with a wide range of the Bay Area's most daring bands!
Recorded Friday, March 23, 2001

Watch the other artists that performed that night:
Dorothy Jesse Beagle: https://vimeo.com/100123145
Word/Music Continuum: https://vimeo.com/100123148
Audio Terrorist: https://vimeo.com/100123150
Andrew Poisoner: https://vimeo.com/100123152
Faun Fables: https://vimeo.com/100123153
Frank Moore’s Cherotic All-Star Band: https://vimeo.com/99744921

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Deep Core Magic #88


Recorded February 25, 2005
“Exploring with Erika” Part 2
More episodes: vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Cafe International, August 9, 2002


Recorded  August 9, 2002. Frank was the featured reader at this open mic poetry event held at Cafe International in San Francisco, California. From the poster:

AMERICA'S MOST WANTED DANGEROUS POET OUTLAWS
will shoot hot passion words ... THEY WILL KILL TYRANTS!

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Going Deep To The Core at Ramen with Frank Moore #50


Recorded at the infamous Burnt Ramen in Richmond, California.

This episode features:
“The Freedom to be Human Ball”, May 4, 2002, PART 5: Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band
plus Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band December 14, 2006.

See all of the performances from “The Freedom to be Human Ball”:
Opening/Dorothy Jesse Beagle [https://vimeo.com/102937617]
Frank Moore singing "Totalitarian State" [https://vimeo.com/102943173]
John The Baker & Frank Moore [https://vimeo.com/102943175]
Audience/Around Burnt Ramen [https://vimeo.com/102937615]
Azigza [https://vimeo.com/102937618]
More Audience/Around Burnt Ramen [https://vimeo.com/102937616]
Fluff Grrl [https://vimeo.com/38247817]
Michael Peppe as Sol Divus [https://vimeo.com/102854091]
Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band [https://vimeo.com/38287900]

For more about “The Freedom to be Human Ball” : http://www.eroplay.com/Cave/FreedomToBeHumanBall/index.html

Visit the channel for this series: https://vimeo.com/channels/goingdeep

Frank Moore at the Whole Note Series, September 2002


Recorded September 24, 2002
with Ron Jones

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Cherotic All-Star Band at Burnt Ramen - August 31, 2006


Recorded August 31, 2006
Raw footage of Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band at Burnt Ramen, Richmond, California for the public access series "Going Deep To The Core At Ramen with Frank Moore".

... And it was time for the Cherotic All-Stars’ jam! Lob, Dr. O. and Zack (the only cherotic virgin of the night!) held onto their instruments. John the Baker took over the roto-toms. Dr. Gruve stepped in with his harmonica. Linda and Erika in only rings and pearls started tickling each other as they vocalized with me. Hey, I didn’t have on even rings or pearls! The tickling melted into dancing, rubbing together into each other, absorbing me into them, exploring secret inner places and pleasures, floating on the music, feeling the bass … music expanding into everything strobing multi-colors. The jam started there and floated deep into the warm body.

Free audio file download available here: https://archive.org/details/frankmoore2006-08-31

Visit the Going Deep To The Core channel for this series: https://vimeo.com/channels/goingdeep

More: http://www.eroplay.com/goingdeeptothecore/aug2006.html

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Berkeley Community Media Board Meeting on Censorship



Recorded February 12, 2002.

This is a recording of the Berkeley Community Board meeting that was part of a censorship battle on BTV, Berkeley’s public access cable TV channel. This meeting was at the beginning of an almost year-long fight. WE WON! Once the ACLU got involved and  threatened to sue the City of Berkeley, the proposal disappeared ... and the adult programming continues to play on B-TV uncensored after 10pm.

Here is the censorship item that was being contested:
26. Scheduling of Adult and Sexually Explicit Programming on Public Access Television
From:  Councilmembers Armstrong, Hawley and Olds
Recommendation:  Direct the City Attorney to develop an ordinance that regulates the hours during which Berkeley’s local public access television station may schedule programming self-described as “for adult viewing” and/or “sexually explicit.”
Contact:  Polly Armstrong, District 8, 981-7180, Mim Hawley, District 5, 981-7150, Betty Olds, District 6, 981-7160

Here is Frank’s speech:
http://www.eroplay.com/fmup/archive/btv_021202_frank.html

Here is the link is an archive of the censorship battle on BTV:
http://www.eroplay.com/fmup/archive/censorship.html

Friday, September 23, 2016

Episode 4 - Roots of Performance - Let Me Be Frank



Originally we had planned to do a documentary about Frank's life and work because we have so much footage and so many photographs. But we did not want to do a "normal" talking head style documentary. We realized that Frank had already written a biography of sorts in his book, "Art of a Shaman" so we decided to try to use that as the "script" for the video. We decided to see if we could get people who were important to Frank and had played a part in his life to each read a chapter of the book. After drafting the email and sending it out we were blown away at the immediate response and the project took off. We assigned chapters to readers using the random principle ... as Frank loved to do ... pulling a piece of paper with a chapter number written on it from a bag as we read a person's name.

Once we had all of the recordings of the readings and added up the time, the documentary was going to be at least 3 hours long ... and it was going to take a really long time to put together. We then had a eureka on a walk one day.... we could put each chapter out on the web as we create  them  ... as episodes!

Several musicians are now creating "background music" for each episode.

Way back at the beginning, when we first had the thought of even doing a documentary about Frank, we asked Vinnie Spit Santino if he would write a song for it, without any idea how we would use it ... or what we were even doing with the documentary. Vinnie wrote the amazing "Let Me Be Frank" that will be the opening song for each episode ... and the title of the series!

Thumbnail photo by Linda Mac.

"Art Of A Shaman" Chapter 4 text: http://www.eroplay.com/Cave/ArtShaman/artsham4.html

Follow the Let Me Be Frank Channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/letmebefrank

Reading by:
Annie Sprinkle

MUSIC
(in order of appearance)

Opening music:
Piano by Frank Moore.
An excerpt from a live performance,
“Sing Along, Jam Along, Play Along, Dance Along,
Rub Along, Move Along with Frank Moore”
for Leslie Baker's Salon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Skype
Recorded March 10, 2012

“Let Me Be Frank” (the song)
written, arranged, performed and produced by
Vinnie Spit Santino
recorded, mixed and mastered at Vinali Creative Group, Van Nuys, CA by
Vinnie Spit Santino
Vinnie Spit Santino - lead vocals, all guitars, bass
Frank Moore - vocals on bridge
Rebecca Kyler Downs - backing vocals and all harmonies
Gary Ponder - drums
Drake Peterson - trumpet
Tony Rinaldi - trombone

Chapter title animation music:
by Michael LaBash

Background music:
by Sander Roscoe Wolff

“Wrapping/Rocking”
Chanted by Michael LaBash
Background music:
excerpt from “Body Music”
performed by Frank Moore’s Chero Company
Leigh Gates, Michael LaBash, Alexi Malenky & Rourke Smith

Background music:
“Happy Dance”
written by Jerome T. Youngman
performed by Mutant Press
from the album “Strung Out On You”
500 Pound Weasel Records

Background music:
performed by Father of Skins

Closing credits music:
“Jesus Was A Punk”
written by John the Baker
performed by John the Baker with Slimy Penis Breath
from the album “LIVE”

“To Be Free”
written and performed by Tha Archivez
Longhorn Entertainment

Photos by:
Jim Appleton
Les Barany
Julian Cash
Ken Jennings
Tracy Kauffman-Wood
Eric Kroll
Michael LaBash
Daniel Lorenze
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Debbie Moore
Dave Patrick
Kevin Rice
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Mary Sullivan
Wolfgang

Illustrations by:
Lee Kay
Charles R. Knight [Public Domain]
Michael LaBash
Frank Moore
Justin Page
John Seabury

Additional footage:
Dave Swan’s Dog House
Betty Boop: “Minnie The Moocher” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Betty Boop: “I Heared” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Three Stooges: “Disorder In The Court” [Public Domain]
Life and Passion of Christ (1903) [Public Domain]
Stock footage: Mitch Martinez www.mitchmartinez.com

Editing, Animation, and Title Design:
Michael LaBash

Produced by
Linda Mac & Michael LaBash

Directed by
Frank Moore

Thanks to all of the readers so far ...
Tha Archivez
Kenneth Atchley
Attaboy
Dr. Susan Block
Paul Couillard
Steve Davis
Stephen Emanuel
Paul Escriva
  Edna Floretta
Barbara Golden
Fred Hatt
John the Baker
Dr. Richard Kerbavaz
Michael LaBash
Lob
Kirk Lumpkin
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Jake McGee
Kayla Moon
Corey Nicholl
Carl Off
Vinnie Spit Santino
Erika Shaver-Nelson
Russell Shuttleworth
Linda Carmella Sibio
Gerald Smith
Megan Soriano
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Veronica Vera
Martha Wilson

And thanks to all of the musicians who have created and contributed music for this project so far …
K. Atchley
Stephen Emanuel
Father of Skins
Barbara Golden
Phog Masheeen
Vinnie Spit Santino
Sander Roscoe Wolff
Jerome T. Youngman (Mutant Press)

Thanks to the crew at Coffee Conscious for keeping us going!

Thanks to Vinnie Spit Santino for the title!

www.eroplay.com/letmebefrank

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Frank Moore interviews The Pope of Punk, Dirk Dirksen


Recorded September 6, 1995

In 1995, I actually got Dirk to come over to the house for the following interview. It was supposed be Part One. But he died before Part Two. He is that kind of guy.

--------
Frank Moore
(written 11/24/2006)

Interview with Dirk, Pt. 1

In the late 70s, Dirk Dirksen “produced”/booked the shows at the North Beach new wave club, The Mabuhay Gardens.

During the rehearsals of my play, Glamour, when the strip joint got unbearably boring after hours upon hours, I took a walk along Broadway, into what then was the West Coast hardcore punk center, the Mabuhay Gardens or the "Fab Mab". Since I did not have anything else to do, I asked the gruff manager if I could do my next production at his club. To my surprise, Dirk Dirksen was a visionary who, instead of seeing a crip asking for a hand-out, saw me somehow as a misfit artist perfect for his new wave cabaret. Dirk gave me a sheltered theatre for six years, with complete artistic freedom and moral support. The first production was a raping of a high-brow comedy, Meb, which I turned into a multi-media farce, full of camp, nudity, sex, violence and rock n'roll. The straight playwright walked out in horror, the club owner wanted us out, and only a handful of people came. But Dirk wanted to extend the run. He loved it.

Interview transcript: http://www.eroplay.com/dirkseninterview.html

Deep Core Magic #87


Recorded February 25, 2005
“Exploring with Erika” Part 1
More episodes: vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Frank Moore at UCB with Med Students


Recorded May 2, 2002 at University Hall, University of California, Berkeley.

Here is the poem that Frank wrote for this class:

NO CAN NOTS
by Frank Moore
Sunday, April 28, 2002

Talking to future healers
& teachers
& maybe future
muckrakers & troublemakers
Well,
Not really future
Because hopefully
You are doing IT
RIGHT NOW!
Hopefully
I’m not talking to the future guards
Of the corporate normalcy
Armed with can nots,
Limiting futures from birth,
Enforcing coloring only within the lines,
Enforcing doing everything
THE RIGHT WAY
THE NORMAL WAY

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Censored at Poetry Diversified, World Ground Cafe, Oakland, California


Recorded February 4, 2003

From eastbayexpress.com
Originally published by East Bay Express Feb 19, 2003
©2003 New Times, Inc. All rights reserved.

7 Days
What good is it to gag a man who can't speak?
FROM STAFF REPORTS

The dangers of being Frank: Although controversial Berkeley artiste Frank Moore likes to think of his work as dangerous, the cops rarely have to break up his act. But a couple of weeks ago Oakland police officers escorted Moore and his entourage out of the World Ground cafe in the Laurel District.

As Moore tells the tale, Alison "Chokwadi" Fletcher, organizer of the cafe's "Poetry Diversified" series, "freaked out into irrationality" after reading a recent Express cover profile of Moore ("Touching Our Private Parts," January 29) and pulled the plug on his previously scheduled poetry reading at the last moment. The cover story featured a photo of Moore in his wheelchair next to a painted, naked woman, and detailed his fondness for nude "erotic play" in his performance pieces. A few days before the reading, Fletcher asked the artist via e-mail if he planned "to do any of the erotic stuff or just poetry or what?" "My firm policy is to never reveal what I'll do beforehand," he wrote back (due to severe cerebral palsy, Moore cannot speak without an interpreter). "But most places do ask me back!" That was apparently too coy for comfort, and so Fletcher canceled his reading, although she planned to still host an open mic. "World Ground has many patrons, from small children to senior citizens," she explained in another missive to Moore, "and I cannot risk having a show that would offend any of these people."

When Fletcher arrived, she was surprised to find Moore and his posse already present. "What are you doing here?" she recalls asking. "I canceled you. I need you to leave." Instead of leaving, a couple members of Moore's entourage began reading poetry and, Fletcher says, one began yelling at the host, calling her "retarded" and accusing her of censorship. "They were basically attacking me," she says. Fletcher then asked cafe owners Martha and Uffe Gustafsson for backup, and passions escalated further. Moore says Uffe "basically attacked" one of his female cohorts (the one doing most of the yelling) and pulled her outside, only to have her come back in crying, "He hurt me!" Uffe denies hurting the woman. According to Martha, irritated customers suggested calling the cops to break up the fracas. After the cops arrived, Moore took his impromptu reading to the sidewalk and the evening concluded without any arrests.

Moore later sent out a group e-mail titled "CENSORED," blasting Fletcher and the cafe's owners for overreacting. Fletcher, who first saw Moore do his poetry last year at the Art & Soul Festival in Oakland, says she intended only to make sure he wasn't planning anything inappropriate (like getting naked), not censor him. "It's a coffeehouse, it's not a theater," she says.

Martha Gustafsson says her cafe, which hosts many spoken word events, has a rule that artists need to disclose whether they're going to do anything explicit beforehand so she can warn customers. "They didn't respect the rules of the establishment," she says.

The thing is, Moore says, he wasn't planning on any nudity, and Fletcher should have realized that, since he didn't get kinky at the earlier poetry reading she saw. "How ironic," e-mails the artist. "After all I have done, this straight nudity-less poetry reading is the closest I have gotten to being busted."

In another episode earlier this month, Moore's series of twice-monthly performances through UC Berkeley's art department was unexpectedly canceled after just one show (eight were scheduled through May). Art department manager Judith Coyote says the faculty sponsor, Katherine Sherwood, violated department policy by not attending the show, and apparently couldn't guarantee her presence at future performances. Moore claims another reason for the series' demise. According to him, an art department heavy also read the Express story and put the kibosh on future performances. Apparently, some people can't handle the truth. -- Will Harper

READ THE ORIGINAL EAST BAY EXPRESS ARTICLE HERE:
http://www.eroplay.com/ebx/index.html

This is the poem that Frank wrote about this event.

MY NIGHT AT THE CAFÉ RUINED!
Frank Moore
2/25/03

Oh this poem is shit!
I might as well
Be writing an essay
Like I told the cops
When they ask me
“Are you with THOSE poets?”
Hey, Peter denied being with Jesus
Three times
Before the cock crowed!
But they ain’t no Jesus!
Just poets whining
About poetry being censored,
Being thrown out of the café
Because they wouldn’t follow
THE HOUSE RULES
To promise the poetry
Would not offend anybody,
To give a warning
Of possibilities of offense
So that earplugs
Could be inserted!
Now I agreed
That THE RULES
Are Fascist.
I told the cultural gatekeepers
My opinion!
I tried to be
THE VOICE OF REASON,
Tried to mediate.
I AM A NICE GUY,
After all.
But the immature poets
(obviously age ain’t a sign
Of maturity!)
Started reading poetry
Right here in the café…
After their permit had been
REVOKED!
EMBARASSING!
I mean I was embarrassed!
I started chatting loudly
To drown out
The forbidden words,
To not be connected
To the untouchables
Actually yelling about
CENSORSHIP AND FREEDOM!
Thank god
The powers turned up
The musak!
But the savages just screamed
POETRY!
That’s when I started
Writing my poem…
After all
I AM A POET!
But my focus
Has been shaken by poets
Being dragged,
Very roughly,
Across the floor,
Right in front of my table,
And being booted outside!
It’s a wonder I can
Write at all!
They have put
armed police protection
Around the café
As I write this.
That’s better…
But still the sounds
Of struggle outside
Invade the café
Just like the sweet smoke
Gets into my house
From the soap factory
Next door…
Some fools say it is a death camp!
Fools! No one would put a death camp
In OUR neighborhood!
OH, CHRIST!
The loonies are actually
Reading poetry
Outside
In the bitter cold,
Right outside the big window
Right next to my table.
They are making eyes at me,
Trying to make me feel guilty
For being a poet
Sitting warm inside,
Sipping coffee,
Writing poetry
When poetry is
Locked out!
Well, it won’t work!
I just moved to another table,
My back towards them.
Don’t they realize
The real censors are rightwingers,
Lady Bush, Helms, brown shirts
With their blacklists?
We nice reasonable people
Ain’t censors!
We are artists and poets,
After all!
We are family,
After all!
We ain’t the enemy,
After all!
And we will make you
Look like feeble-minded whiners
If you dare come after one of us,
THE REASONABLE PEOPLE!

Damn, they are still out there!
I can’t leave,
Going through raw poetry
Between home and me!
I’M TRAPPED
Listening to Phil Ochs
Singing on the jukebox
A SMALL CIRCLE OF FRIENDS.

© Frank Moore 2003

Raw Footage Part 2 - 100 hojdare aka Filip & Fredrik featuring Frank Moore


This is the raw footage recorded during the second shoot for a Swedish television show. Recorded on January 23, 2008.

Filip & Fredrik, the two hosts of this Swedish television series, came to our house in Berkeley twice with their film crew and made a stop at Suzy Block's in Los Angeles in between.

See Raw Footage Part 1 here: https://vimeo.com/177819379

Watch the episode of 100 hojdare aka Filip & Fredrik featuring Frank Moore here: https://vimeo.com/138202438

Raw Footage Part 1 - 100 hojdare aka Filip & Fredrik featuring Frank Moore


This is the raw footage recorded during the first shoot for a Swedish television show. Recorded on January 9,  2008.

Filip & Fredrik, the two hosts of this Swedish television series, came to our house in Berkeley twice with their film crew and made a stop at Suzy Block's in Los Angeles in between.

We even did a short jam with them here at the house which is included in this raw footage!

See Raw Footage Part 2 here: https://vimeo.com/178731030

Watch the episode of 100 hojdare aka Filip & Fredrik featuring Frank Moore here:
https://vimeo.com/138202438

Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den



Recorded May 19, 2002
Featuring Kalib, Pixie, Gio, Alex, Teresa and Frank.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Deep Core Magic #86



Recorded February 15, 2005
“Exploring with Erika” Part 2
More episodes: vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Shaman's Den Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded October 27, 2002

with Frank Moore, Teresa Cochran, Russel Kline, Stephen Jones, LX Rudis, Xtian, John The Baker, and Kalib Duarte.

“Just wanted to share with you how much fun I had at the free-form jam.... Holy Shit! I’ve been looking for new musical experiences since I was knee-high to an ewok. Not to brag, but I’ve prided myself on being open and unconcerned about form, style, etc., always listening for that special something that would raise the hair on me’ arms. I’ve probably played hundreds of such “shows”, but I have never heard anything like what we all went through the other night!!! Wow!! Thanks for bringing it all together, man.” Russell Kline, bassist “Formerly the No-No’s”

More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Surreal Hot Pepper Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded August 12, 2007.
with Frank Moore, Erika Shaver-Nelson, Tomek and Kay.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Cherotic All-Star Band at Burnt Ramen - May 31, 2007


Recorded at Burnt Ramen, Richmond, California, May 31, 2007
Raw footage of Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band at Burnt Ramen, Richmond, California for the public access series "Going Deep To The Core At Ramen with Frank Moore".

We shot four hour-long episodes of this popular public access cable television series at a pop at BURNT RAMEN, the legendary illegal hard-core punk venue in Richmond, the most dangerous city in the San Francisco Bay Area!  We shot three bands playing a half-hour set each...  then I interviewed each band.  But for the last hour of the night, I locked the door and forced the bands to jam together and back Linda, Erika and me as we vocalized, danced, rubbed together nude, rubbing pleasure arousing into one another for an hour set!  Among the players this night were John the Baker, Dr.  Gruve and Lenny.

More: http://www.eroplay.com/goingdeeptothecore/may2007.html
Visit the new channel for this series: https://vimeo.com/channels/goingdeep

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Sexy Jelly Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den



Recorded February 12, 2005.
Jam with Frank Moore, Erika Shaver-Nelson, Dr. Gruve, Michael Peppe, Tomek Von Schacter, Shiloh Callisonn and Walter Funk.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Episode 2 - A Wounded Healer - Let Me Be Frank


Originally we had planned to do a documentary about Frank's life and work because we have so much footage and so many photographs. But we did not want to do a "normal" talking head style documentary. We realized that Frank had already written a biography of sorts in his book, "Art of a Shaman" so we decided to try to use that as the "script" for the video. We decided to see if we could get people who were important to Frank and had played a part in his life to each read a chapter of the book. After drafting the email and sending it out we were blown away at the immediate response and the project took off. We assigned chapters to readers using the random principle ... as Frank loved to do ... pulling a piece of paper with a chapter number written on it from a bag as we read a person's name.

Once we had all of the recordings of the readings and added up the time, the documentary was going to be at least 3 hours long ... and it was going to take a really long time to put together. We then had a eureka on a walk one day.... we could put each chapter out on the web as we create  them  ... as episodes!

Several musicians are now creating "background music" for each episode.

Way back at the beginning, when we first had the thought of even doing a documentary about Frank, we asked Vinnie Spit Santino if he would write a song for it, without any idea how we would use it ... or what we were even doing with the documentary. Vinnie wrote the amazing "Let Me Be Frank" that will be the opening song for each episode ... and the title of the series!

Thumbnail photo by Annie Sprinkle.

"Art Of A Shaman" Chapter 2 text: http://www.eroplay.com/Cave/ArtShaman/artsham2.html

Follow the Let Me Be Frank Channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/letmebefrank

Reading by:
Stephen Emanuel

MUSIC
(in order of appearance)

Opening music:
Piano by Frank Moore.
An excerpt from a live performance,
"Sing Along, Jam Along, Play Along, Dance Along,
Rub Along, Move Along with Frank Moore"
for Leslie Baker's Salon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Skype.
Recorded March 10, 2012.

“Let Me Be Frank” (the song)
written, arranged, performed and produced by
Vinnie Spit Santino
recorded, mixed and mastered at Vinali Creative Group, Van Nuys, CA by
Vinnie Spit Santino

Vinnie Spit Santino - lead vocals, all guitars, bass
Frank Moore - vocals on bridge
Rebecca Kyler Downs - backing vocals and all harmonies
Gary Ponder - drums
Drake Peterson - trumpet
Tony Rinaldi - trombone

Chapter title animation music:
by Barbara Golden

Background music:
by Sander Roscoe Wolff

Closing credits music:
“Sink Hole”
by Fluff Grrl

Background music:
“Kiyew”
by Stephen Emanuel

“To Be Free”
written and performed by Tha Archivez
Longhorn Entertainment

Photos by:
Jim Appleton
Ken Jennings
Tracy Kauffman-Wood
Eric Kroll
Michael LaBash
Daniel Lorenze
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Debbie Moore
Kevin Rice
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Mary Sullivan

Illustrations by:
David Hochbaum
Lee Kay
Michael LaBash
Justin Page
John Seabury

“A Wounded Healer” Chapter Title Animation:
Ink Paintings by Russell Shuttleworth
Photos by Stephan Lupino

Additional footage:
Dave Swan’s Dog House
Betty Boop: “Minnie The Moocher” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Betty Boop: “I Heared” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Three Stooges: “Disorder In The Court” [Public Domain]

Editing, Animation, and Title Design:
Michael LaBash

Produced by
Linda Mac & Michael LaBash

Directed by
Frank Moore

Thanks to all of the readers so far ...
Tha Archivez
Kenneth Atchley
Attaboy
Dr. Susan Block
Paul Couillard
Steve Davis
Stephen Emanuel
Paul Escriva
Barbara Golden
Fred Hatt
John the Baker
Dr. Richard Kerbavaz
Michael LaBash
Lob
Kirk Lumpkin
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Kayla Moon
Corey Nicholl
Carl Off
Vinnie Spit Santino
Erika Shaver-Nelson
Russell Shuttleworth
Linda Carmella Sibio
Gerald Smith
Megan Soriano
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Veronica Vera
Martha Wilson

And thanks to all of the musicians who have created music for this project so far …
K. Atchley
Stephen Emanuel
Barbara Golden
Phog Masheeen
Vinnie Spit Santino
Sander Roscoe Wolff

Thanks to the crew at Coffee Conscious for keeping us going!

Thanks to Vinnie Spit Santino for the title!

See other episodes at
www.eroplay.com/letmebefrank

© 2016 Inter-Relations

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Jam - Frank Moore’s Shaman’s Den



Recorded June 19, 2005.
with Frank Moore, Erika Shaver-Nelson, Lob and John The Baker.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Friday, June 10, 2016

Easter Killing Jam - Frank Moore’s Shaman’s Den


Recorded March 27, 2005.
with Frank Moore, Erika Shaver-Nelson, Dr O, Dr Gruve, and Carly.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Friday, June 3, 2016

Cherotic All-Star Band at Burnt Ramen - March 29, 2007


Recorded March 29, 2007
Raw footage of Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band at Burnt Ramen, Richmand, California for the public access series "Going Deep To The Core At Ramen with Frank Moore".

Frank Moore wrote: This jam started where a lot of the jams end up within … the small erotic caves of melting intimacy. So this time we could explore deeper inside those caves.

The Cherotic All-Stars this time included the members of HOP-FROG's DRUM JESTER DEVOTIONAL, as well as Sean, Monique, Erika Shaver-Nelson, Linda Mac and Frank Moore.

Free audio file download available here: https://archive.org/details/frankmoore2007-03-29

Visit the Going Deep To The Core channel for this series: https://vimeo.com/channels/goingdeep

More: http://www.eroplay.com/goingdeeptothecore/mar2007.html

Critical Perspectives on Disability & Sexuality - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded May 10, 2007.
Online class with Russell Shuttleworth.
Read a transcript of the chat session that occurred simultaneously with the class here:
http://eroplay.com/underground/rsclass-chat.html

Friday, May 27, 2016

Peace Jam #3 - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded October 12, 2003.
with Dr. Oblivious, Kirsten Rose, Erika Shaver-Nelson, John The Baker, LX Rudis and Frank Moore.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden


Peace Jam #2: Three Madmen - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded on July 6, 2003.
with Frank Moore, Michael Peppe and Andrew Goldfarb.
It was a wild, intense, full-out jam of us THREE MADMEN! All 3 of us were on keyboards. Andy was also playing a 12-string guitar, bass and jumping around with his sousaphone. Peppe and I did spaz vocals and Andy howled. We kept the fevered insanity for about an hour!
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel: vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Friday, May 13, 2016

Deep Core Magic #85


Recorded February 15, 2005
“Exploring with Erika” Part 1
More episodes: vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Episode 1 - A Lucky Guy - Let Me Be Frank


Originally we had planned to do a documentary about Frank's life and work because we have so much footage and so many photographs. But we did not want to do a "normal" talking head style documentary. We realized that Frank had already written a biography of sorts in his book, "Art of a Shaman" so we decided to try to use that as the "script" for the video. We decided to see if we could get people who were important to Frank and had played a part in his life to each read a chapter of the book. After drafting the email and sending it out we were blown away at the immediate response and the project took off. We assigned chapters to readers using the random principle ... as Frank loved to do ... pulling a piece of paper with a chapter number written on it from a bag as we read a person's name.

Once we had all of the recordings of the readings and added up the time, the documentary was going to be at least 3 hours long ... and it was going to take a really long time to put together. We then had a eureka on a walk one day.... we could put each chapter out on the web as we create  them  ... as episodes!

Several musicians are now creating "background music" for each episode.

Way back at the beginning, when we first had the thought of even doing a documentary about Frank, we asked Vinnie Spit Santino if he would write a song for it, without any idea how we would use it ... or what we were even doing with the documentary. Vinnie wrote the amazing "Let Me Be Frank" that will be the opening song for each episode ... and the title of the series!


Thumbnail photo by Eric Kroll.

"Art Of A Shaman" Chapter 1 text: http://www.eroplay.com/Cave/ArtShaman/artsham1.html

Follow the Let Me Be Frank Channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/letmebefrank

Readings by:
Gerald Smith & Martha Wilson

MUSIC
(in order of appearance)

Opening music:
Piano by Frank Moore.
An excerpt from a live performance,
"Sing Along, Jam Along, Play Along, Dance Along,
Rub Along, Move Along with Frank Moore"
for Leslie Baker's Salon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Skype.
Recorded March 10, 2012.

“Let Me Be Frank” (the song)
written, arranged, performed and produced by
Vinnie Spit Santino
recorded, mixed and mastered at Vinali Creative Group, Van Nuys, CA by
Vinnie Spit Santino

Vinnie Spit Santino - lead vocals, all guitars, bass
Frank Moore - vocals on bridge
Rebecca Kyler Downs - backing vocals and all harmonies
Gary Ponder - drums
Drake Peterson - trumpet
Tony Rinaldi - trombone

Background music:
“bomg”
by Stephen Emanuel

“I’m Not Like Everybody Else”
from Frank Moore’s Rock of Passion

Closing credits music:
“atung”
by Stephen Emanuel

“To Be Free”
written and performed by Tha Archivez
Longhorn Entertainment

Photos by:
Jim Appleton
Ken Jennings
Tracy Kauffman-Wood
Eric Kroll
Michael LaBash
Daniel Lorenze
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Debbie Moore
Kevin Rice
David Steinberg
Mary Sullivan

Illustrations by:
Lee Kay
Justin Page
John Seabury

Additional footage:
Dave Swan’s Dog House
Betty Boop: “Minnie The Moocher” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Betty Boop: “I Heared” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Three Stooges: “Disorder In The Court” [Public Domain]

Editing, Animation, and Title Design:
Michael LaBash

Produced by
Linda Mac & Michael LaBash

Directed by
Frank Moore

Thanks to all of the readers so far .....
Tha Archivez
Kenneth Atchley
Attaboy
Dr. Susan Block
Paul Couillard
Steve Davis
Stephen Emanuel
Paul Escriva
Barbara Golden
Fred Hatt
John the Baker
Dr. Richard Kerbavaz
Michael LaBash
Lob
Kirk Lumpkin
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Kayla Moon
Corey Nicholl
Carl Off
Vinnie Spit Santino
Erika Shaver-Nelson
Russell Shuttleworth
Linda Carmella Sibio
Gerald Smith
Megan Soriano
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Martha Wilson

And thanks to all of the musicians who have created music for this project so far …
Stephen Emanuel
Phog Masheeen
Vinnie Spit Santino
Sander Roscoe Wolff

Thanks to the crew at Coffee Conscious for keeping us going!

Thanks to Vinnie Spit Santino for the title!

See other episodes at
http://www.eroplay.com/letmebefrank

© 2016 Inter-Relations

Peace Jam #1 - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded May 4, 2003
with Dr. Oblivious, Nate Scott, Kirsten Rose, Michael Peppe, Kalib Duarte, Pixie, Kitty and Frank Moore.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Rapido Filming for “Freak Out!” featuring Frank Moore



Recorded April 25, 2000
Watch the episode of the British TV show, "Freak Out!" here: https://vimeo.com/102456047

Saturday, April 23, 2016

The Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded March 9, 2003

with Dr. Oblivious, Nate Scott, Kirsten Rose, Teresa Cochran, Frank Moore, Chris Miller and Lena Strayhorn the jaw harp queen.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Voices From The Underground


Recorded Friday, June 27, 1997, 7:30 p.m. at Modern Times at 968 Valencia Street in San Francisco, California.

THE CHEROTIC [r]EVOLUTIONARY, a zine of all possibilities, presents VOICES FROM THE UNDERGROUND, an evening of readings and music by a wide range of agents of cultural subversion … featuring Dorothy Jesse Beagle, Barbara Golden, Noni Howard, Jack & Adelle Foley, K. Atchley, Frank Moore … plus special surprise guests. If that is not enough, everyone will get an autographed xeroxed piece of art by LaBash!

The Cherotic [r]Evolutionary: http://www.eroplay.com/contents.html

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Chaos Love Play Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded October 29, 2003

AN INCREDIBLE 2-HOUR SONIC JOURNEY! some artists spend years creating such a complex, beautiful, scary, sexy brain lunar exploring of inner landscapes. but, hey, we are lazy fucks. so we just channeled the magic!

Erika Shaver-Nelson - vocals
Kirsten Rose - vocals & instruments from her bag of tricks
Michael Peppe - vocals
Stephen Jones - moog
Carlos - guitar
Skye - guitar
LX Rudis - moog voyager
Frank Moore - piano, vocals
Michael LaBash - mix/fx

Let Me Be Frank - OPENER/TRAILER


LET ME BE FRANK
The life and art of shaman, performance artist, writer, poet, painter, rock singer, director, TV show host, teacher & bon vivant FRANK MOORE.

a new web video series coming soon ....

TRAILER CREDITS

“Let Me Be Frank” (the song)
written, arranged, performed and produced by
Vinnie Spit Santino
recorded, mixed and mastered at Vinali Creative Group, Van Nuys, CA by
Vinnie Spit Santino

Vinnie Spit Santino - lead vocals, all guitars, bass
Frank Moore - vocals on bridge
Rebecca Kyler Downs - backing vocals and all harmonies
Gary Ponder - drums
Drake Peterson - trumpet
Tony Rinaldi - trombone

Opening music:
Piano by Frank Moore.
An excerpt from a live performance,
"Sing Along, Jam Along, Play Along, Dance Along,
Rub Along, Move Along with Frank Moore"
for Leslie Baker's Salon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Skype.
Recorded March 10, 2012.

Photos by:
Jim Appleton
Ken Jennings
Tracy Kauffman-Wood
Eric Kroll
Michael LaBash
Daniel Lorenze
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Debbie Moore
Kevin Rice
David Steinberg
Mary Sullivan

Illustrations by:
Lee Kay
Justin Page
John Seabury

Additional footage:
Dave Swan’s Dog House
Betty Boop: “Minnie The Moocher” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Betty Boop: “I Heared” by Max Fleischer [Public Domain]
Three Stooges: “Disorder In The Court” [Public Domain]

Editing, Animation, and Titles:
Michael LaBash

Produced by
Linda Mac & Michael LaBash

Directed by
Frank Moore

Thanks to all of the readers so far .....
Tha Archivez
Kenneth Atchley
Attaboy
Dr. Susan Block
Paul Couillard
Steve Davis
Steve Emanuel
Paul Escriva
Barbara Golden
Fred Hatt
John the Baker
Dr. Richard Kerbavaz
Michael LaBash
Lob
Kirk Lumpkin
Linda Mac
Alexi Malenky
Kayla Moon
Corey Nicholl
Carl Off
Vinnie Spit Santino
Erika Shaver-Nelson
Russell Shuttleworth
Linda Carmella Sibio
Gerald Smith
Megan Soriano
Annie Sprinkle
David Steinberg
Martha Wilson

Thanks to the crew at Coffee Conscious for keeping us going!

Thanks to Vinnie Spit Santino for the title!

© 2016 Inter-Relations

Deep Core Magic #84


Recorded February 11, 2005
“Exploring with Erika: Cozy Infusion Dance”
More episodes: vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded January 4, 2004.
With LX Rudis, Walter Funk, Kirsten Rose, Frank Moore, and Winston Tong.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

House Jam - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den


Recorded May 6, 2007
With Frank Moore, Erika Shaver-Nelson and Tomek, Mix by Mikee.

Art Not Violence


Featuring an installation by Frank Moore. Recorded October 20, 2001 in Oakland, California

FROM THE PRESS RELEASE:

Art Not Violence:
The Artistic Retaliation to September 11, 2001
OCTOBER 20, 2001

We are going to assemble a show of artistic responses to the recent tragedies in an attempt to promote art therapy and community, instead of violence. We are looking for work done since September 11 that pertains to the events. This show is in no way limited to “artists” and we encourage the participation and submission of work from the larger community. The event will be held in our large, two-storied warehouse and will involve no money transactions. Any medium is encouraged, all political views accepted.

Art & Soul, Oakland, California 2002


Recorded September 2, 2002
Frank was a featured reader at the Art & Soul Festival's "Literature Without Borders" held in Oakland, California in September 2002.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Deep Core Magic #83


Recorded January 21, 2005
“Exploring with Erika”
More episodes: vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Friday, February 26, 2016

Going Deep To The Core at Ramen with Frank Moore #41



Recorded Friday, March 23, 2001 at Burnt Ramen, Richmond, California
This episode features Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band at the Magical Feast Of Musical Dreams [https://vimeo.com/99744921] and at Horse Cow [https://vimeo.com/66347384] in Sacramento, California, March 15, 2008
Visit the channel for this series: https://vimeo.com/channels/goingdeep

Frank Moore featured reader at Cafe International 1996


Recorded March, 26, 1996 at Cafe International, San Francisco, California.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Fairytales Can Come True - Raw Footage


This is all of the footage, originally shot on Super 8 in the early 1980s, for Frank Moore's film "Fairytales Can Come True".

You can watch the edited film here: https://vimeo.com/24502693

Philip Gelb - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den



Recorded February 27, 2000.
More episodes at the Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Channel https://vimeo.com/channels/shamansden

Frank Moore Interpreting For The Dada Impaired - Dadafest 2001


Recorded July 6, 2001, at Dadafest 2001, SOMART Gallery, San Francisco, California.
Also watch Extreme Elvis “Love Me Chicken Tenders” featuring Frank Moore at this same event:
https://vimeo.com/30813356
Watch the entire evening here: https://vimeo.com/154420119

Deep Core Magic #82


Recorded January 8, 2005
“Exploring with Erika”
More episodes: https://vimeo.com/channels/deepcoremagic

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Pre-Jam Jam


Recorded July 8, 1996
with Frank Moore, Corey Nicholl and Ki-Lin Reese.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band, Café International 1996


Recorded April 12, 1996 at Café International, San Francisco, California
With Frank Moore, Barb Golden, Corey Nicholl and Med-O.

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.

Up until this point Frank had been singing along with taped songs and having musicians “playing along” with the recorded songs. Barb Golden suggested that he try not using the recorded songs and just singing/jamming along with the musicians. The rest is history!!

Russell Shuttleworth interviews Linda Mac and Michael LaBash


Recorded January 12, 2016.

Linda & Mikee had a very, very deep conversation with Russell last week while he is here visiting from Australia.

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Curtis Street Rehearsal



Recorded April 10, 1996
with Frank Moore, Barb Golden, Med-O and Dave.

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Frank Moore's Shaman's Den Jam - July 2001


Recorded July 15, 2001
with Kalib, Annikah, Pixie, Alex, Teresa, and Frank
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