Space Ghost Coast

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Space Ghost Coast To Coast (album)
... Space Ghost Coast to Coast is a soundtrack album by Sonny Sharrock, containing music composed for Cartoon Network's Space Ghost Coast to Coast ...
Space Ghost Coast To Coast (album) - Background
... agreed to provide the theme music for Space Ghost Coast to Coast after listening to producer Keith Crofford's description of the show ... short pieces about five months before the premiere of Space Ghost Coast to Coast in April 1994, and six months before his death in May 1994 ... "Hit Single," the theme song for Space Ghost Coast to Coast, as well as "Out to Launch," "Fear of a Ghost Planet," and "Rocket #99," which are free jazz compositions that were improvised ...
List Of Adult Swim Programs - Originals - Canceled/ended Original Programming
... TV-PG - TV-14 The Brak Show 2000–2003 2007 Spin-off of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, the show was unexpectedly canceled on New Year's Eve 2003, with viewers not finding out until the end of the episode ... TV-G Cartoon Planet 2005–2006 A block spun-off from Space Ghost Coast to Coast which aired comedy sketches alongside the theatrical shorts and classic cartoon shows usually shown ... includes assorted Cartoon Network programming with Space Ghost absent ...

Famous quotes containing the words coast, space and/or ghost:

    Forced from home, and all its pleasures,
    Afric’s coast I left forlorn;
    To increase a stranger’s treasures,
    O’er the raging billows borne.
    Men from England bought and sold me,
    Paid my price in paltry gold;
    But, though theirs they have enroll’d me,
    Minds are never to be sold.
    William Cowper (1731–1800)

    To play is nothing but the imitative substitution of a pleasurable, superfluous and voluntary action for a serious, necessary, imperative and difficult one. At the cradle of play as well as of artistic activity there stood leisure, tedium entailed by increased spiritual mobility, a horror vacui, the need of letting forms no longer imprisoned move freely, of filling empty time with sequences of notes, empty space with sequences of form.
    Max J. Friedländer (1867–1958)

    ‘Dear Captain Smith,’ the ghost replied, ‘you’ve used me ungenteelly.
    The crowner’s quest goes hard with me because I’ve acted frailly,
    And Parson Biggs won’t bury me, though I am dead Miss Bailey.’
    George Colman (1762–1836)