Space Ghost Coast to Coast: Season 3, Episode 5

Sharrock (1 Mar. 1996)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi
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The studio is under attack and a "Please Stand By" card is on the screen for part of the episode while Sonny Sharrock guitar music plays. However, the attack is a ruse by Space Ghost, as he... See full summary »

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George Lowe ...
C. Martin Croker ...
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The studio is under attack and a "Please Stand By" card is on the screen for part of the episode while Sonny Sharrock guitar music plays. However, the attack is a ruse by Space Ghost, as he just felt like playing some Sonny Sharrock music. Hence, this episode is meant as a tribute to Sharrock, who passed away in 1994. Written by Ian Lueck

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5 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Turned me on to Sonny Sharrock and some excellent free jazz.

C'mon ya'll, it's a 15 minute joke talk show. Here, the joke is that there is no show, really, just a bunch of guys who work at Williams Street screwing around and playing music they like, with a guest who's one of the vanguards of then-modern avant-garde guitar. As an extended joke, it's great. The music is highlighted for the fantastic, form-freeing chaos that it is. Minus 2 points for overselling the point at the end -- should have just ended with more hijinks and a photo tribute to the man, leaving Thurston's identity as a freeze frame gag.

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While I type this I'm thinking of Ornette Coleman.

And here, C. Martin Croker.


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