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December 8, 2007: Timothy "Speed" Levitch, one of NYC's most enigmatic double-decker tour bus guides, is your guide offering some Joe Frank-like soundscapes and reading from his own writings. See playlist for more info.
In Bennett Miller's 1998 documentary "The Cruise", Timothy "Speed" Levitch quickly made a name for himself as NYC's most enigmatic double-decker tour bus guide. Waxing poetic on symbiotic relationships between all things, and considering the Brooklyn Bridge to be one of his true friends, his inimitable voice and style have been likened by some as a hybrid of Gore Vidal, Tiny Tim, and Willy Wonka; and his philosophy of life, AKA "The Cruise" is full of some fascinating imagery. Today, Speed is your guide through the WFMU Listener Hour, offering some Joe Frank-like soundscapes and reading from his own writings.
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