1:55:18 – Frank in NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: The Frank Nora Show 2000, counting shows, Cinnabon, 9/11, Krispy Kreme, Public Phone 2000, Black Knight 2000, The Frank Nora Time Machine, patching in, random numbers, German monorails, digital archiving, subway preachers The Overnightscape Closet, snacks from Taiwan, injured customers, Grand Central, a toast with Asparagus Juice, Twin Peaks, True Detective, the historic liquids, electric vehicle, let go of the past, resurrection synchronicity,  De La Soul, night people, Ellen Page, rap music, peaceful weirdness, raining, toothpaste review (Crest Be Adventurous Mint Chocolate Trek Toothpaste), P.M. Dawn, chemical, taking a picture, depressing music, ultra obscure font “T.H. Grandee Swash”, soup, living in a simulation, roasted garlic with potato and kale soup, history of the show, vague gratitude, disappointment, chaos, time vaccines, 5-Hour Energy from the ABM 2012 reunion show, the future of the show, and more… plus the Other Side (at 1:14:26)… We Ask You To Ride by Wooden Shjips [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], February 11, 1984 Showtime promos [YouTube], Pathfinder: Brand Portfolio Mapping in the new BAT (2001) [Archive.org], Durango-Silverton RR Dec 01 by BoilingSand [Freesound.org, CC BY 3.0], Diamond Lady (Gottlieb, 1988) [PinMAME], El hombre que venia del Siglo XX by Jaime Heras [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], The Clever Rodent Cafe by Another Flask of Weird [Archive.org, CC BY-ND 3.0], Acid Rain by Atlantic Thrills [FreeMusicArchive.org, CC BY-NC-ND 4.0], Garth Brooks talks about the relationship he and Chris Gaines have with their fathers [YouTube], Banned In Brazil by Lee Rosevere [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC 3.0], Blue Optic TV commercial (from CityTV commercial block 1984) [YouTube], Milton Bradley Dark Tower Game Tv commercial with Orsen Wells [YouTube], All strange away by Fassbinder F+ [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Freeway by Kurt Vile [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Maryland Public Television circa 1970′s Ident [YouTube], My Straw Hat – Mix 3  by MyVirtualBand Members [MyVirtualBand (defunct), CC BY 2.0].

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Frank Nora Show Numbering
(Originally posted March 24th, 2012 on TheOvernightscape.com)

The Overnightscape went though a period of chaos from approx. 2008-2010, where I recorded the show under a number of different names. On May 29, 2010, I decided to start fresh with The Frank Nora Show #1500. This was the 1500th show I had done, counting all the different shows – The Overnightscape, The Rampler, The Overnightscape Underground, etc.

Then, on May 9, 2011, I revived The Overnightscape, with The Overnightscape #782 – which was equivalent to The Frank Nora Show #1683. I continued to include the “Frank Nora Show Number” (in the format “F1623″), to continue counting all the shows I had done.

Today, March 24, 2012, I am reviewing the number, to make sure it is correct. The most recent show I did was “The Overnightscape 862: The Carleton Branch (3/22/12)” – with a Frank Nora Show Number of 1790. I double-checked this, and it was correct, counting episodes of The Overnightscape.

However, in my review, I found that in the time after FN Show 1500, I had done 22 additional shows that I would consider Frank Nora Shows. So, the adjusted FN Show Number for The Overnightscape 862 is… 1812.

The 22 additional shows are listed below:

Misc: 5

55.20 [2215] Late Night Music Show (8/8/10) 3:24:20
56.06 [2278] Macho Condor #1 (9/4/10) 1:19:54
56.23 [2295] Sneaky TT Broadcasting System 1 (9/12/10) 4:46:18
72.08 [3065] Sneaky TT Broadcasting System 2 (9/5/11) 8:25:42
72.01 [3058] Nightweek: The New Season (9/1/11) 1:03:13

Nightstation Patches: 17

77.01 [3314] Pinecone (11/19/11) (Frank) 8:42:41
77.02 [3315] Doorjamb (11/22/11) (Frank) 8:48:24
77.03 [3316] Afterglow (11/24/11) (Frank) 8:15:51
77.04 [3317] Blacktop (11/26/11) (Frank) 8:47:29
77.05 [3318] Sidewinder (11/27/11) (Frank) 8:59:22
77.06 [3319] Gasohol (12/3/11) (Frank) 8:47:12
77.07 [3320] Sarsaparilla (12/4/11) (Frank) 9:11:43
77.10 [3323] Tempura (12/10/11) (Frank) 8:18:35
77.12 [3325] Policewoman (12/12/11) (Frank) 6:38:23
77.15 [3328] Kitchenette (12/18/11) (Frank) 10:19:36
77.17 [3330] Would (12/23/11) (Frank) 10:03:08
77.18 [3331] Loungewear (12/26/11) (Frank) 7:33:41
77.21 [3334] Coaxial (12/31/11) (Frank) 10:19:48
77.22 [3335] Seaboard (1/3/12) (Frank) 8:48:42
79.03 [3387] Hotshot (1/12/12) (Frank) 10:36:57
80.10 [3400] Nightstation with Frank 1: Swank (2/9/12) 2:14:45
Nightstation with Frank: Southbound (3/11/12)

So, there are currently 862 epsiodes of The Overnightscape… which means that there are 950 Frank Nora Shows besides The Overnightscape:

396 episodes of The Rampler
322 shows on The Overnightscape Underground (before Frank Nora Show 1500)
183 episodes of The Frank Nora Show, starting with The Frank Nora Show 1500 (including 3 episodes of “The Rampler Weekly”)
27 additional because The Overnightscapes 782-786 were released in a segmented form (that I soon realized was not a good idea)
22 episodes listed above

That sorts things out for now!