It's up! It's live! It's... well it's there anyway. The new site, I mean.
So, I thought I'd take this auspicious occasion (two words that always look weird to me, by the way) to share something that is the stuff of urban legends. As far as I know, only a high school friend of mine and myself know. But I bet it shows up on YouTube now!
It's that big. Way bigger than my artwork or me. It's no less than a cultural cosmic revelation, if you ask me. Well, who knows. I'm sure some people'll dismiss it. But I think it's incredible.
I've not discussed it with anybody but my wife. So why now?
Just thought you'd like to know. And if Michael wants me to give him credit, I will for sure. He figured it out and then told me a couple years later I could share it. He was going to write an Ebook about it, but to my knowledge never did.
So what is it?
Ok, here goes. It's well known even in mainstream culture that Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of The Moon" can be considered a second soundtrack to The Wizard of Oz. It's been dubbed Dark Side of The Rainbow, even getting a well documented entry in Wikipedia. But the album ends before the end of the movie. It ends during the introduction of the Tin Man. That leaves a lot of movie left.
What other album could rival the importance of Dark Side in its own right and possibly synchronize with the rest of the movie?
*cue drum roll*
The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".
At the end of Dark Side, pause the movie. It's right about when Tin Man has started to move. Start Pepper and resume the movie. The best part is during "Being For The Benefit Mr. Kite", but throughout the album, there are scene changes that match with song changes and many cues that when added up seem more than coincidence.
I wasn't even on anything and I was laughing quite maniacally. Try it.
I send this information out into the world naively, hoping it won't be used for evil. Don't really think it can be, but you never know.
Now, Pepper doesn't reach the end of the movie either. What comes after it?