How Radio Was Done Part 21

November 16, 2006

Slowing to a snails pace as the relevant material increases, we remain inside 1966 once again where the Beatles are still more popular than Jesus, their studio music becoming more complicated as their desire to play live diminishes. Meanwhile, Scott Muni holds forth at WOR, radio comes to Vietnam, Neil Cassidy drives, Ken Keasey begins the San Francisco Acid Tests, and Timothy Leary expounds on psychedelics and LSD.

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