Time, once again, for MusicMonday™ and our foray into the world of Millennium Musical Montages and what's more it heralds the beginning of a week devoted to the magic that is Season Two's Luminary.
Luminary continually ranks as one of the most appreciated and enjoyed episodes of the whole three seasons, due in no small part to the superb script of writer Chip Johannessen. It didn't come as much of a surprise to me that this episode blew away the competition when it came to you guys selecting the next subject of our themed week of events.
So it's time for the popcorn and soda as we settle back for another of Josef's fine video creations and despite my constant assertions, he just gets better and better with each passing week. An episode as philosophical and beautiful as Luminary deserves a montage treatment every bit as precious and it has certainly gotten just that. Enjoy folks and try not to think of the word 'mesmerizing' as you watch this, it's impossible, I tell you.
As always, we thank our resident video alchemist Josef for taking this campaign and continuing to plug it in the vast abyss that is Youtube. especially in light of the fact that Marburg has infected his usual editing software and the poor chap has had seven and one years of trials and tribulations trying to get it together. I hope he realises how much everyone appreciates his hard work.
So please keep your eyes on the Blog for a week of 'this and that' all in honour of your favourite, and mine, Luminary. With a Luminary panel podcast, interview with Chip Johannessen and an exclusive competition and more besides there is certainly much to enjoy this week. On with the show!
To visit Josef's Youtube page and check out his own collection of videos, click here!
To check out his myspace page and listen to some of his original compositions, click here!
To read BackToFrankBlack's exclusive interview with Luminary star, Tobias Mehler, click here!
As promised, each music new release from Josef will be accompanied by a postcard that we urge you to send to Steve Asbell at 20th Century Fox. Making 20th Century Fox aware that we are here to stay and active in our support of a Millennium Movie. Let's be as inspired as Alex was during this episode and follow our dreams, against the odds, despite the hardships and bring Frank Black back to the screen where he belongs. I know you guys won't let us down.
To see the address you need to send this to as well as a range of others you might like to send, click here!