Inspired by the need for pedestrian traffic safety as well as by the work of outstanding artists like Bill Nelson and Emergency Broadcast Network (EBN), The Voice Of Safety Speaking features original music by Lyndon Lorenz (performing here as Lyn Faber) and stock footage courtesy of the Prelinger Archive at archive.org in another very special urban masterplan initiative.

Public domain stock footage used includes:
-- Safety Patrol (1937)
-- Arteries of New York City (1941)
-- Chevrolet Leader News Vol 2 No 4 (1936)

From the original press release:

PLEASE LADY!

Possibly NSFW due to strenuously harsh and barking public address.

STOP!

The snarling bed track is a totally dangerous off-balance groove crunching out of a Roland Juno-6, with the chords for the chorus, and sound effects for the bridge, laid in over that.

WAIT!

Special thanks to The Prelinger Archive at archive.org for the numerous sources of stock footage.

THIS IS THE VOICE OF SAFETY SPEAKING!

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