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How Radio Was Done Part 27

December 28, 2006
Mark Hosler, Don

More Beatles on the Magical Mystery Tour, The Porch Patrols Oldie McOlderson is live in the studio to interview Izzy Isnt concerning his draft dodging days, the San Francisco music scene continues to develop, and its a 1967 New Years celebrity explosion at KRLA in Los Angeles.

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How Radio Was Done Part 26

December 21, 2006
Solo

1967 flowers with the Beatles making the “Magical Mystery Tour” film and album, The Supremes and their Coke ad, John Cage and Morton Feldman discuss radio and silence, and back to San Francisco for the Human Be-In, The Diggers, and seminal bands playing for free in the street, including some dynamite live Moby Grape and Mother Earth.
Lots of music in this one.

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How Radio Was Done Part 25

December 14, 2006
Solo

The 67 beat goes on. Timothy Leary and Marshall McLuhan continue as the Hippies are born, Bill Graham and the San Francisco sound emerge in much unreleased live music from ‘67 by Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother And The Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and beyond. Neil Cassidy and the acid tests, Chicken Man, and more DJs of the day on the air.

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How Radio Was Done Part 24

December 7, 2006
Solo

In this normally unscheduled edition (being the first Thursday of the month), its all 67 and psychedelia explodes all over us from Hendrix in the studio, Timothy Learys LP, More Marshall McLuhan on wax, 60s radio bloopers, Pink Floyds first album, Jeff Beck, Lothar and the Hand People, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Tom Donahue and The Grateful Dead on KMPX, John Cage interviewed on WBAI, and that whole ‘67 wave of music which freaked out at the end and turned into noise.

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