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 The Sonic Cafe 
 Twilight Zone Classic: Living Doll
 Weekly Program
 Scott Clark
 Scott Clark  
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Sonic Café, hey welcome, thanks for dropping by the café. I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 176. This time the Sonic Café presents another Twilight Zone Classic, Living Doll which aired originally in November 1963. One of the more famous Twilight Zone episodes, it’s seen parodies including the Simpson’s and Toy Story 4. It’s the story of the day Talky Tina joined the dysfunctional Streator family, mother Annabelle, her daughter Christie and stepfather Eric… apparently Eric is infertile and bitter, he directs his hostility toward his whole family. Well, since this is the Twilight Zone, we quickly discover that Talky Tina is not only aware, buy also evil… and she’s not having any of Daddy’s BS. So ahhh yeah. We’ve wrapped our story in a music mix including Devo, Florence & The Machine, Locust, a quirky instrumental from Frank Zappa and more. Plus the Sonic Café brings you an exclusive interview with the late, great, voice actress June Foray. June shares how she came to be the voice of Talky Tina. And finally, listen closely to the soundtrack of this Twilight Zone classic and you’ll hear it’s mostly bass clarinet… which we feel once again proves our theory that our world today would be much better off if it included more bass clarinet. So ahh join us as we present Living Doll in another Twilight Zone classic from that little café overlooking the awesome, blue Pacific… we’re the Sonic Café.
Song 1: Living Doll_1
Artist: Rod Serling
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr: 1963
Song 2: Wicked Little Doll
Artist: David Byrne
LP: Feelings
Yr: 1997
Song 3: Bad Girl
Artist: Devendra Banhart
LP: Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon
Yr: 2007
Song 4: Living Doll_2
Artist: Rod Serling
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr: 1963
Song 5: Girl U Want
Artist: Devo
LP: Freedom Of Choice
Yr: 1980
Song 6: Story of Talky Tina Voicing
Artist: June Foray
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr:
Song 7: Girl With One Eye
Artist: Florence & The Machine
LP: Lungs
Yr: 2009
Song 8: Living Doll_3
Artist: Rod Serling
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr: 1963
Song 9: The Girl Who Disappeared Into A Cloud
Artist: Bill Nelson
LP: Whimsy
Yr: 2003
Song 10: Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Artist: The Maine Feat. Adam Lazzara
LP: Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 5
Yr: 2012
Song 11: Living Doll_4
Artist: Rod Serling
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr: 1963
Song 12: The Girl In The Magnesium Dress
Artist: Frank Zappa
LP: The Yellow Shark
Yr: 1993
Song 13: Living Doll_5
Artist: Rod Serling
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr: 1963
Song 14: Locust-The Girl With The Fairytale Dream
Artist: Mark Van Hoen
LP: Morning Light
Yr: 1997
Song 15: Girl With No Eyes
Artist: David LaFlamme Band
LP: Beyond Dreams
Yr: 2003
Song 16: Living Doll_6
Artist: Rod Serling
LP: Twilight Zone
Yr: 1963
Song 17: Night Club
Artist: Stelvio Cipriani
LP: The Iguana With The Tongue Of Fire
Yr: 1971
Song 18: We'll Die
Artist: Thundercat
LP: Apocalypse
Yr: 2013
About the Producer:

Scott Clark has always had a lot of music in his life. Growing up outside of Chicago, he was mesmerized early on by the radio of the sixties and seventies and began collecting records at a very early age. From 45’s and LP’s to cassettes and CD’s and now digital… he really never stopped. Today everything in his library is digitized because he got sick of lugging all that stuff around.

The concept for the Sonic Café is to deliver the high production values and feel of the radio he grew up listening to. But unlike the tight, repetitious playlists of those commercial stations, feature a massive range of artists, genres and tunes. The whole idea is to package it in an eclectic, engaging, no repeat format that brings both new and old together in a unique, entertaining, and most importantly fun and fast paced way. There’s really nothing on the radio today, or in the past, that compares with it.

About the Sonic Café:

The show is set in an imaginary cafe overlooking the Pacific Ocean on the Central Oregon Coast. The cafe serves up eclectic, intelligent music, comedy and pop culture. The program originates from KYAQ radio located on the Oregon coast in the Pacific Northwest, so the imagery is not a huge stretch.

Each program is 58:00 minutes in length leaving room for station ID, promos and PSAs. Each episode is .mp3 encoded at a constant rate of 256kbps and ready for broadcast.

An episode is released each Friday. All episodes are evergreen; never focusing on time of year, weather, month, holidays, events etc. so each show is timeless. All music is presented in a no repeat format. Once a song airs in an episode it never airs again. Episodes may be downloaded and grouped together to quickly create program blocks of two, three, four or more hours in length.

The Sonic Cafe has a Facebook page (facebook.com/SonicCafeRadio) where complete show notes and playlists are presented for each episode. Listeners can also reach the show producers via email (SonicCafeRadio@gmail.com)

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