How Radio Was Done Part 95

Dec. 18, 2008
A show about the art end of audio being broadcast in 1987, from a recurring John Cage, to a KPFA Morning Concert broadcast featuring a composer using samplers, to Laurie Anderson, to some syndicated “Soundspots” featuring music from the likes of David Moss and Carl Stone. Also, a musical tribute to Andy Warhol who died in ’87, Joey Scaggs, Cristo, a controversial public gun sculpture, and other art and artists mixed and remixed.
3 Hours.

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