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With Don Joyce.
Over the Edge - April 11, 2014 at 12:00am
Somewhat neglected in 60s musical history, Procul Harum was nevertheless right up there at the top of what was happening. This show is all about them, including a lengthy interview with lead singer Gary Brooker, and a whole show’s worth of their music, much of it from rare live performances. 3 Hours
Over the Edge - March 28, 2014 at 12:00am
Some 60’s comedy by The Conception Corporation is featured, along with John Oswald’s mash of The Greatful Dead accompanying a dangers of dope documentary, a Van Morrison simulplay, a several song tribute to Love and the Booper, and more songs from the era. 3 Hours.
Over the Edge - March 21, 2014 at 12:00am
In an attempt to be as odd as possible, we combine the early 60’s radical revolutionary rhetoric of Malcom X and others with pop soul songs of the day. No point, just a somewhat ironic convergence. 3 Hours.
Over the Edge - March 14, 2014 at 12:00am
The blues reemerged in the 60s to inform and inspire Rock & Roll’s urge to get serious. Here’s plenty of black and white blues from the decade, with a special focus on Janus Joplin performing live at the Filmore in ’69 and appearing on Dick Cavett’s TV show. 3 Hours.
Over the Edge - February 28, 2014 at 12:00am
This music filled edition focuses on two San Francisco/Berkeley groups, Buffalo Springfield and Country Joe And The Fish, along with a little history of Berkeley in the 60s. We cover almost all the music they made, much of it in alternate and unreleased versions. 3 Hours.
Over the Edge - February 21, 2014 at 12:00am
It’s 60’s comedy night with The Firesign Theatre doing their more or less improvised radio show on KPFK, L.A. in the mid to late 60s, with a lengthy recounting of Firesign history by Phillip Proctor, along with some of their inspirations like Bob and Ray. 3 Hours.
Over the Edge - January 31, 2014 at 12:00am
This 5 hour edition is largely taken up with the music of Quicksilver Messenger Service, one of my faves from the 60’s San Francisco music scene, and rarely emphasized among the pantheon of San Francisco groups of that day. So here they are, in all their glory, alternate versions, and outakes...
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