Dreamland: A Compilation
|The Other Side|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|October 24, 2000|
|David Franks, William Reinert, Grace Zabriskie, Stanley, Joe Frank|
|Real People, 58 minutes|
|Preceded by:||Karma Memories|
|Followed by:||Karma Crash|
"Basically time is just a dimension of the universe."
'Dreamland: a compilation' is available on the Joe Frank channel of YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1_Z0pquUJw
This show is all re-used material, none from Dreamland; Dreamland isn't even mentioned.
'Time is just a dimension of the universe…' a homeless fellow delivers a monologue on time, energy, the universe, sound, California, Los Angeles (which he calls a giant tick)…
16:30: A guy worries that he's psychotic, complains that people think he's gay. .
26:40: Crazy preacher (David Franks) calls a person (sounds like a woman to me; preacher addresses him/her as 'brother'), leads him/her in a crazy prayer ('Clytemnestra's daughter … African Eurasian tiger pussycat'…)..
35: Excerpts from 'Dial-a-prayers'
45: A guy reads tarot cards over the phone.
49:40: A guy remembers his father, how he could always rely on him. The father commandeered a street-sweeper in Georgia, drove it into a cemetery. 
54:20: A guy who can't find his hotel stays at another.
A paranoid homeless man, a bizarre telephone preacher, and a lonely male nurse share the stage of this surreal program.
Also see Dreamland.
- "Insomnie Nemurenai (Instrumental)" - United Future Organization (from Insomnie Nemurenai, 1992) | YouTube [48:56]
The NPR Playhouse version identifies it as Dreamland, credits David Franks, William Reinert (the Loner? the guy who remembered his father?) , and Grace Zabriskie, with special thanks to Stanley (the homeless guy?). Reinert's other credit is Streetwise - could he have played the homeless guy?
- Joe uses the music "Rock Hammer" (a cut from the score of Shawshank Redemption) in Dreamland: A Compilation; his character uses a rock hammer in Escape From Paradise.