“We deal with Elvis as a cultural icon, as a kind of transcendental outside-time entity with mythological and sociological ramifications,” Dwight Frizzell said…The program’s Elvis music will be ‘altered slightly’ with mixing in of Olmec chants, Peruvian instrumentation and ‘musique concrete,’ which Frizzell called ‘tape manipulated sounds from the environment.’ Get ready Elvis, wherever you are.”–Brian McTavish, The Kansas City Star

ON From Ark to Microchip | July 30, 2014 | 11:30 pm

Elvis: A Space Odyssey

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“We deal with Elvis as a cultural icon, as a kind of transcendental outside-time entity with mythological and sociological ramifications,” Dwight Frizzell said…The program’s Elvis music will be ‘altered slightly’ with mixing in of Olmec chants, Peruvian instrumentation and ‘musique concrete,’ which Frizzell called ‘tape manipulated sounds from the environment.’ Get ready Elvis, wherever you are.”–Brian McTavish, The Kansas City Star

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