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How Radio Was Done Part 32

February 22, 2007
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Continuing 1968 with evolving British blues bands, leading to Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and the birth of heavy metal in Rock & Roll. Also more KSAN air checks from 68, a look at sex in the 60s with ads, groupies to the stars recounting their experiences, and songs of the day on the subject. Lots of 68 blues-based music throughout from the US and Britain.

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How Radio Was Done Part 31

February 15, 2007
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1968 radio continues with the sound of San Franciscos KSAN, The Firesign Theatre on the freeway, Vietnam at the flip of a switch, the saga of Charles Manson and the Beach Boys, Tom Donahue interviews Frank Zappa, The Beatles form Apple and Yoko joins the band, The 68 Elvis comeback show, and a 15-minute Quicksilver Calvary mash-up.

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How Radio Was Done Part 30

February 8, 2007
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We continue 1968 radio with a budding radio host making tapes during his combat duty in Vietnam, William F. Buckley interviewing Jack Kerouac on the meaning of the hippies, the Firesign Theatre getting re-grooved, A Childs Garden of Grass, and a lot more music about all this.

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