Sunday, August 07, 2022

Fred Gall and Mariah Duran Video Parts. August 7, 2022. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

This week, Jason From Frozen in Carbonite, Mike Munzenrider, and Patrick Kigongo, examine two new video parts, first, Fred Gall's Spiritual Healing then Mariah Duran's Rapa Nui. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

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Fred Gall in Timecode
Fred Gall in Eastern Exposure 2
Fred Gall in Sub-Zero's Real Life
411Vm #20 Chaos Section
NY Times Class Of 2000 article
Mariah Duran adidas Superstar

This week, Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, DC Shoes' Sergio edit, curb skating at Eagle Rock High School, fuzz pedals, Duran Duran vs. INXS playlist,  Peter Raffin's “On Board” in Thrasher.
Mike is stoked on Dan Jackson’s 49:50 part that’s up at Village Psychic.

1 comment:

Justin said...

The one thing I question about Fred's part is using a Black Sabbath song about pot. It's not a great song to begin with and an odd choice for somebody who is now sober. I get the feeling Freddie is not very picky about a lot of stuff and probably just likes Sabbath.

Timecode is an interesting entity. I really like the video, but also get the criticism. To be fair, Pitre retired to make music. Scott Conklin's part is one of my favorite video parts ever. It was released in 1997 so there was a little bit of a content void after 1996 and anything decent enough counted.

I had a pair of Clockers. They looked better than they were. Definitely on the more affordable side, but I don't think anybody was overly pricy back then. According to the CCS Summer 1997 catalog, Clockers were $49.99. Most DCs ranged between $59-69. Accels were $61.99, Koston 1s were $79.99, and the classic Sal Barbier model was $64.99 a pair.

I watched the Mariah Duran part. She's really good. Was there a Thrasher interview with her family within the last couple years? It seems like they've got a cool thing going on out in the desert.