Omicron Ceti III and Friends

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Filk Album
Album Title: Omicron Ceti III and Friends
Producer: the producers of the zine Contact
Type:
Date: 1980
Medium: cassette tape
Fandom: Star Trek: TOS
Performer(s): Omicron Ceti III
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Omicron Ceti III and Friends is the third album by Omicron Ceti III and others.

From an ad in Scuttlebutt #13: "A cassette tape featuring the original music of other fan musicians including The Gemini People (Carolyn Venino and Angela Gentile), Leslye Lilker who shares some Sahaj songs and more."

Its content, along with the content of Only Stars Can Last, was published that same year in Starsong.

Contents

Side One:

  • Galadriel, words and music by Mark Mowen, performed by Mark Mowen (Lord of the Rings) (also in Willowbook Collection #3)
  • I'Chiya, words and music by Jean Stevenson, performed by Jean Stevenson (from a Sahaj universe story, THE GUARDIAN) (also in IDIC and in Starsong)
  • The Crossing, words and music by Leslye Lilker, performed by Leslye Lilker and Jean Stevenson (Spock and Sahaj speak of the Kahs-wahn)
  • It's Boring, words by Trinette Kern, music by Amy Falkowitz, performed by Leslye Lilker, Jean Stevenson and Carolyn Venino ("Vulcan's a nice place to visit, but...") (also in IDIC and in Starsong)
  • Ode to a Get Writer, words and music by Carolyn Venino, performed the The Gemini People (Carolyn Venino and Angela Gentile) ("it hurts so good") (also in Starsong and Pastak)
  • Future Lost/Home Again, words by Beverly Volker, music by Carolyn Venino, performed by The Gemini People ("need, hope, and promise") (also in Contact)
  • Gemini, words by Beverly Volker, music by Carolyn Venino, performed by The Gemini People ("two lives entwine") (also in Starsong and Pastak)
  • Where Logic Ends, words by Trinette Kern, music by Jean Stevenson, performed by Jean Stevenson ("aren't feelings real?") (also in Starsong and Mahko Root)

Side Two:

  • Crossroads/Bridge of Crystal, words and music by Jean Stevenson, performed by Jean Stevenson (inspired by the The Crossroads Series)
  • Lullaby for Tomorrow's Child, words and music by Carolyn Venino, performed by the Lullaby League (Leslye Lilker, Jean Stevenson, Carolyn Venino, and Robin Volker) ("dedicated to future astronaut [Ian Thomas B], born 7901.01") (also in Starsong and Pastak)
  • Companion, words by Ellen Kobrin, music by Kathy Burns, performed by Omicron Ceti Three, solo by Kathy Burns) (also in Starsong and Companion)
  • Tomorrow May Never Come, words and music by April Valentine, performed by Omicron Ceti Three (duet: April Valentine and Russell Volker)
  • Together, words by April Valentine, music by Kathy Burns, performed by Omicron Ceti Three (solo: Rodney Bonds)