11.02.2009

chrome ball theatre #3: best ride i seen

















"sticking's lame, i had better things to do"

a few more that I haven't seen out there that I feel should be.

special thanks to Damon and the Deluxe massive

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Duffy's Virtual Reality is horribly overlooked. 2 bangin' epic parts in 2 years.

Never seen that Beagle part before... could've been edited a bit better but probably the best I've seen from him.

Seaver said...

skyJosh Beagle can get away with landing stiff legged.

Seaver said...

Josh Beagle can get away with landing stiff legged.

---word verification captcha snuck over into my text box... but Sky Beagle has a good ring to it.

Keith said...

Stoked on the pogo stick skit.

lol. I have to go back to the cbi archives to check if I've talked about a certain story or anecdote already.

We got the magic F video in my town. All I really remember is the first dude doing a super long manual. It was a pretty decent video for its time considering I didn't know of any of the dudes.

Thanks for that Chris Hall part. So good. That was out of nowhere craziness...

I always thought Pat Duffy had a bit of a strange style but he was obviously so gnarly at the time and shreds so hard. When he does interviews on the Plan B website, I find it really awkward. I can't make it past a minute or so.

Anibal said...

Ben Liversedge!!! Made my day.

Coals to Newcastle said...

I know what you mean, Keith. I watched his interview with Sheffey- and I thought about the Carl Hyndman interview. To him anyway, he thought Sheffey was never the same after Duffy showed up, and sort of took the Going Big / Handrail crown from him. I thought, That might have contributed to the awkwardness.

smorales said...

The Parallel! Got a special place in my chest for that one. Liversedge is such a pleasure to watch. Was wonderin' not too long ago when another video grab bag might be dropped. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

BEN LIVERSEDGE & JOSH KALIS

Beancan said...

I still love Stun. It was such a weird video. It looks like G&S is trying to stage some kind of comeback too. Oddly enough, the promo they put out isn't half bad. http://www.vimeo.com/2976513
Also, Josh Fuckin' Beagle. Always psyched that guy. What video did he skate to Miles Davis' "Seven Steps To Heaven"?

by jamesinger said...

Gonz Video Days!!!
To me that is exactly what street skating is all about. Even if it is edited heavily, philosophically, that is how I want skating to be

chops said...

thanks guys.

to be honest, I was kinda snoozing on "the parallel" til my man Andy brought it up when I was in NYC. I had seen it in a minute and forgot how amazing it is...
plus, i'm really stoked on lance at the moment.

have another Liversedge post coming up as well.

again, these are just clips that I've found to be missing from online circulation that deserve to be out there.

Coals to Newcastle said...

To me, it seemed like "The Parallel"- and the mentality behind it- represented / caused a change in the general mindset in skateboarding. It's really nice, and heartfelt... and there's no way something like that would be in a World Industries video.

Anonymous said...

That's the Andy Mac story except the part where the other kids start doing it.

by jamesinger said...

that G&S Footage video is always hard to find, especially the scene with Wagon by Dinosaur Jr.

jason from oz said...

you are the best...end of story. josh beagle rocks!