J. D. Evans, Jr. | Extreme Gravity Volume One

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Extreme Gravity Volume One

by J. D. Evans, Jr.

Science Fiction Nouveau Musique -- Radio style science fiction with elaborate music that presents the ongoing story of true events that actually happened somewhere, sometime in the future. Performed by the author . . .
Genre: Spoken Word: Radio Drama
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1. On the Asteroid
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2. Another World
13:31 $0.99
3. The Stone Castle
16:33 $0.99
4. The Company Man Arrives (On the Asteroid)
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5. Sinister Visitors in the Abandoned City
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6. Bokra and Suzanne Discover a Secret
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Album Notes
And now . . . The Fabulously Fabulous, Marvelously Marvelous, Wonderfully Wonderful Science Fiction Theater of the Imagination proudly presents Extreme Gravity Volume One, the new series of radio plays written by J. D. Evans, Jr., starring Elvis D. Trip and his Traveling Troupe of Strange Voices, and featuring the musical stylings of Milford Whittle and his Finger Puppet Marching Band, with sua sponte silly announcements by Warfel the Potato. Recently discovered in the secret vaults of a most unusual library on a far distant planet in a remote galaxy where time is curiously stuck at precisely 22 seconds past midnight, these imaginative SCI-FI dramatizations tell the story of true events that actually happened somewhere, sometime in the future.

In an unique blend of narrative and dialogue, Elvis D. Trip and his Traveling Troupe of Strange Voices guide the listener through a series of surprising cliff-hangers that are guaranteed to fascinate and entertain with unpredictable twists and turns of the imagination. Milford Whittle and his Finger Puppet Marching Band present elaborate musical performances that delight the listener with a wonderful blend of sounds, melodies, counterpoints, harmonies, and general musical madness, ranging in style from a cappella jazz guitar with whammy bar to fully orchestrated serenades with operatic embellishments that weave and sparkle through the story in surprising ways.

We here at RAE Multimedia suggest that you have never heard anything like this, that you will find it remarkably entertaining, and that you will enjoy listening to it many times. This is a rare opportunity to experience state of the art science fiction performed by its author, J. D. Evans, Jr., an accomplished writer, composer, and musician. With two Audio CDs featuring over 100 minutes of recorded vocalizations, sounds, and music, Extreme Gravity Volume One will both delight and entertain you for hours and hours.

(P)(C) 2005 RAE Multimedia™. Visual concept and artwork by Simmons Design and Photography™.



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Richard Leyden

I wish more people would do this type of thing
This is creativity at its finest. It's all homegrown, the concept, the script, the music, the album art. How refreshing to see there's at least one person left who will attempt to tread in the domain of multi-billion dollar production and marketing machines.

I'm looking forward to hearing more of this type of work.

Linda Kaplan

Creative, imaginative, entertaining, interesting, gripping and amusing.
It's more fun the more often I listen to it. This is an imaginative science fiction story with uniquely creative sound effects and music. Thoroughly amusing and enchanting.

Old friend

Not surprised ...
... what a waste of time and money this campy self-indulgence was! I should have visited the reviews first. Linda Kaplan's approval is a good sign that it's utter crap.