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Universe – Part 59

Universe pt 59 What About 60s pt W-2


July 25, 2014


We vacuum the magic carpet for a clean ride over the civil rights movements of the 60s, some of the Soul and Motown soundtrack accompanying them, Harry Shearer’s Nixon, Vietnam appears, Lenny Bruce on stereo nuts, a big dose of Janis Joplin live in ’68, and some quintessential Blues rock & roll from the just-passed Johnny Winter.


3 Hours.


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After Science

After Science


July 18, 2014


We continue with unused material collected for The Science Show, beginning with George Bernard Shaw, speaking in 1930, with a long and loving introduction of the speaking guest, Albert Einstein. Unfortunately, he speaks in German. But elsewhere in English, as we continue with various physicists and astrophysicists talking at length about Einstein and his transforming effect on modern physics, with a sub-theme of time travel and modern science’s look at how to do it.


3 Hours.


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The Science Show

The Science Show


July 11, 2014


Negativland – Mark Hosler, Peter Conheim, Tim Maloney, Jon Leidecker, Don


A group of cohorts large enough to be called Negativland join me for an improvised discussion of Science. Peter Diddle, Harold Camping, Wick Milford, and Brindle Spork take on all scientific questions and Receptacle callers without a scientific plan or scientific qualifications to do so. This intense talk fest, intended to increase a public awareness of science in our lives, does just the opposite.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 58

Universe pt 58 What About 60s pt V-2


July 4th, 2014


An opening mix identifying today’s holiday leads us through various little tributes to 60s artists and the climate of Civil Defense promotion that accompanied them. The H-Bomb lurks as the BBC goes to the Moon in 1965, accompanied by Leslie Gore, The Mamas And The Papas, Leon Russell, and no Bob but people doing Bob.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 57

Universe pt 57 What About 60s pt U-2


June 27, 2014


King Crimson’s live 21st Century Schizoid Man begins, and then it’s all a guitar freak out, almost all from Eric Clapton in stages from Cream to cheese, and a lot of Dominoes. William F. Buckley takes on the hippies on Firing Line in 1969, with guests Jack Kerouac and Ed Sanders of the Fugs, but it’s mostly Mr. Clapton’s guitar freak out.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 56

Universe pt 56 What About 60s pt T-2


June 20, 2014


An opening nod to the very late Casey Kasem, and then on with some 60s San Francisco music, featuring Copperhead and Terry And The Pirates, both sporting John Cipollina of Quicksilver, along with the entire LP Scoop Nisker of KSAN News made – an early collage of 60s clips and cuts, and a little more Dylan wouldn’t you know.


3 Hours.


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