Eclectic Seizure: The show when genres of music settle their differences over too much coffee and in sweaty incestuous couplings breed frighteningly weird mutant offspring. Tune in and have your taste defied, defiled, and redefined. You can sleep when you're dead. Hosted by Tyrone Slothrop.

My Life in the Eclectic Seizure Radio Theater Collective
a memoir by the Eclectic Guy

Eclectic Guy's database of underappreciated vinyl

William: Five seconds until midnight.
Adam: I’ll tune my guitar
William: Four...
Mark: I’ve got these Marcuse texts I’d like to perform
William: Three seconds...
Rick: I know – the ALL WALTZ show!
William: Two...
David: Play this Herbert Brun piece
William: Uh-oh...
Rishi: (ahem) You’re listening to Eclectic Seizure Radio Theater...

(This page reflects an ongoing attempt to create an index of an overwhelmingly large collection of cassettes. Omissions, discrepancies, inaccuracies are unavoidable. If we win the lottery, we will put the audio online.)

Date Title of show / cassette What Players Media Notes
1992 July 26 Bananas A radio play Rick Burkhardt, Bethany Cooper, Mark Enslin, Joe Futrelle, William Gillespie
Tuesday, Tuesday
1992 August 9 Jack Testosterone Show Breakthrough half-scripted half-improvised riffing in various styles of FM announcers Rick Burkhardt, Joe Futrelle, William Gillespie
1992 August 16 Jack Testosterone Show
Labor Day 1992 Static Show We brought our own static to the station, and wrote scripts and songs using static, including Adam Cain's Static Song. Rick Burkhardt, Mark Enslin, William Gillespie
6 October 1992 The Well-Tempered Tantrum A story by William Gillespie scored for four voices, K90.1 FM, and a live update on what the other FM stations were doing for listeners who were considering touching that dial.
25 October 1992 10 25 92 / No SLACK / Bob Carlot's Illini Sportstalk Minute Typewritten parody of WDWS AM featuring a left-wing Rush Limbaugh: Left Counteract, a character invented, written, and performed (I think) by Keith Johnson Elizabeth "Moth," a woman who emerged from the pond at the Gesundheit Institute, appeared on Eclectic Seizure, and flew off into time.
29 October 1992 Cooking with Jaw Some band embedded in a bewildering number of radio theater scripts by the Eclectic Guy some band & Casey Malone
23 November 1992 poetry/Holloway
the COLD COLD liquid Ditch
The night I drove into a ditch after the broadcast driving around in the country in the middle of the night listening to a tape of the show. It was that good. Holloway, me, Rick, Mark, Keith Exquisite Seizure!
27 December 1992 [SCREW] Nonsense 2 Weird, wonderful, & with whales. Cummings, Beckett, Stein, et al. William, Rick, Keith... Mmm...
Miscellaneous Show Engineer Keith Johnson on Squirrels / The Show They Wouldn't Let Into the Military. A great show orbiting gay consciousness. A surprising performance by the Eclectic Guy. A script probably by Keith Johnson featuring Mark Enslin in a helicopter. Rick Burkhardt reads Jean Genet. Some good Maestro Subgum and the Whole. And some goofing around with the wireless microphone, as WEFT roving reporter Chip Wilcox (Adam Cain) gets into Keith's van and drives away, while broadcasting. L+ A+
1993-5-3 "if we had known we was gonna be eclectic..." Very nice mix, from Bach to the Last Poets, and our performance of "Death," a play by Woody Allen, is a keeper. Keith Johnson, William Gillespie. LA
1993 April 16 Nice Weather Downstate. Good electronic music, Penn Jillette listens to Ralph Records. This show features "Neighborhood Record Collection Salesman" by Keith Johnson, and some ill-advised cut-ups. XX
1993 24 May MUSICPHOBIA Absolutely baffling. A dense, aetherial mix from way back when I was heavily into relaxation tapes and motivational cassettes of various sorts. Oh, whoops, that was the show before mine. This always happens when I listen to these tapes: I am amazed at how wonderfully eclectic my show is, and then I discover that it was the previous show: Doug Down with "Departing Platform 5." L+
1993 June 13 Feldenkrais. Interview with Larry Goldfarb, "Feldenkrais Guy," and discussion of the Feldenkrais movement education program. XX
1993 June 27 "Wild desire formed and focused on steel and wheels" The tape opens with a bunch of intolerable squeaking, which turns out to have beem the previous show. I didn't say a word and spun a lovely mix of gentle British psychedelic B-sides, fading into rough British punk. L+
1993 July 4 Fourth of July with Kate McDowell. L.
1993 July 14 A/OLD MISS MAHONES This is a prerecorded tape for a broadcast. It consists of a song "Old Miss Mahones" by Brendan Holloway, and an interview with Herbert Brün conducted by, and (to the detriment of this recording) simultaneously typed into a computer by, Joel Chadabe. The interview is interesting, but one wonders why he recorded it and keyed it in simultaneously, unless he was simply desperate to show off his laptop. X
1993 November 13 "We're going to be in real trouble." Segue-free radio, or The Night of 100 Records. This is an interesting mix of new music, novelties, and sound effects. It has archivable moments, especially during the recorded segment of the show that came on before mine. (I would start the recording at home before I left home to go to the station and so I would record 20 minutes of the previous show) LA
1994 January 24 HEARING AID RADIO with Herbert Brün, Rick Burkhardt, Mark Enslin, William Gillespie, Susan Parenti, Rishi Zutshi. Skits centered around and music related to... hearing aids. With original pieces by Susan Parenti, and performances by the live cast.
B SIDES FROM THE CUTTING ROOM FLOOR OF OBLIVION Obscure mixes with two turntables: Herb Alpert, Timothy Leary, Robert Frost, Negativland, Good Morning Vietnam, in-studio electronic effects made with the delay on the variable-speed tape deck. LA
1994 April 3 or March 4 (date format unclear) CPT.BEEFHEART TOM CORA 7 THE EX / RANDOM This radio show consists entirely of computer-generated text, including a press conference, answering machine messages, commercials, and pledge drive pitches. Sometimes you can hear the players reading scripts that are being read as they come cranking out of the noisy IBM proprinter we set up in the studio, along with my old PC convertible. The randomly-generated texts alternate with electronic music of various types. With performances by Rick Burkhardt, Adam Cain, Mark Enslin, William Gillespie, Rishi Zutshi. The computer program "bonzo" was written by Adam Cain and the specific output was programmed by Adam Cain and William Gillespie. L+ A
1994 May 16 EMERGENCY BACKUP RADIO JOE SHOW , with Rick Burkhardt, Adam Cain, Mark Enslin, William Gillespie. A radio broadcast dedicated to the the works of Joe Futrelle, then at Hampshire college. Man, this is fun to listen to! At the time, William Gillespie may have been the best living scholar on the works of Futrelle, and could whip out a vast multitude of basement tapes and rare texts. Virtually everyone who attempts to perform Futrelle's writing on this broadcast cracks up at some point. L A+ ["Fish Head Difficulty" is a great piece composed of sampled voicemail menus - if only we had remembered this one during "Answering MACHINE RADIO." And its great to hear "Critter Clatter", or at least its audible portions...]
1994 July 25 Cybersub Thump I think this was an overnight broadcast, substituting for the Cybersphere Guy, who came on after Eclectic Seizure. This show featured the Eclectic Guy and guest Joe Futrelle, featuring compositions by Joe, and the music of the Thump Piano Duo. When they try to mimic country airshifters, their accents wander all over the American south. LA
1994 July 25 (continued).....Subbing Cyberjack Thump Ouch. There are a number of poetry performance experiments. "The Creep" verges on succesful. This overnight show descends into madness as Joe and William intentionally reenact every unprofessional mannerism radio hosts can have, and then proceed to play "Jumping Jack Flash" three times in a row. People actually called in to complain. We're lucky that's all they did. Parts of this show make it to the paradoxic extreme "so bad it's good," but the rest of it is merely so bad. There's some good rock music in between though. A X
1994 July 25 (the agony of the five-hour overnight slot continued) SORRY->BONK The overnight airshifters continue their self-destructive cycle of playing commercial music they hate for no identified reason other than an aggressively cynical non-commercial stance. X
1994 August 1 Pretenders An eclectic mix with some awkward experiments with narrative records and old radio plays. Some very nice music though, such as the Club Foot Orchestra's "Tango." An intense and metallic cover of the Stones' "We Love You" by musicians unknown. "(We're Gonna) Rock" by the Police Car Doors sets the time period. Joe Futrelle's Computer-assisted Linguistic Composition with multiple simultaneous word ladders is guaranteed to get all the dogs in the neighborhood barking.
1994 August 29 Ravel, Ives, Schoenberg, Haydn and Ives. A wonderful show produced from suffering, and I don't mean to suggest that the good show justified the suffering. A bunch of music by Ravel, Ives, Schoenberg, Haydn, and Ives. Could this be the original broadcast performance of that classic skit: "The Making of the Making Of Eclectic Seizure"? Worth repeated listenings for Rick Burkhardt's selections from Ravel, Ives, Schoenberg, Haydn, and Ives. A+ L+
July 1995 CIGARETTES A radio show in which every song uses the word "cigarettes," with the Eclectic Guy running out of songs and imploring listeners to call in the anmes of songs using the word "cigarette," with a great audience response that pulls the show through to two hours
9 November 1997 The Olympics on TV at the Experimental Music Coffeehouse over the Radio in a Dorm Room , a radio play by the students of Music 199: Music and Beyond
2000-10-11 12 AM newspoetry radio
10/14/2000 12:00:00 AM from bard to verse (substituting for carl estabrook) from bard to verse (substituting for carl estabrook)Hannah Arendt's & ee cumming's
birthday party, hosted by
William Gillespie & Danielle Chynoweth
2000-10-25 12 AM New Music, featuring the works of Cooper
2000-11-8 12 AM Danielle Chynoweth with Radio Free Mexico
2000-11-11 12 AM from bard to verse (substituting for carl estabrook) interview with q. synopsis re. johnny werd
2000-11-22 12 AM Prince Myshkins
2000-12-6 12 AM MC Carl Estabrook reads Wallace Shawn's The Fever
2000-12-20 12 AM the year in newspoetry:a retrospective
2001-1-3 12 AM
jan3 2001 Herbert Brün
2001-1-17 12 AM Guest: Scott Rettberg of the Electronic Literature Organization
2001-1-31 12 AM Luigi Nono
2001-02-03 ?
2001-2-14 12 AM The Love Show Co-host: Sarah Carsey of Radio Girl.
2001-2-28 12 AM Piano Show
2001-3-14 12 AM Women's History Month:
female composers of classical (and 20th Century) music
Co-host: Sarah Carsey of Radio Girl.
2001-3-28 12 AM Special Guest Warren Burt
2001-4-11 12 AM Poetry: Newspoetry & Michael Holloway
2001-4-25 12 AM The music of Iannis Xenakis
(hosted by Mark Enslin)
2001-5-5 12 AM (From Bard to Verse)
L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Poetry:
Michael Palmer, Bob Perelman, Leslie Scalopino, Barrett Watten
(hosted by Lorien Carsey & William Gillespie)
2001-5-9 12 AM David Markson's Wittgenstein's Mistress
2001-5-23 12 AM Pop Songs & Compositions
2001-6-6 12 AM SSFW
a story by William Gillespie
(starring Paul Kotheimer as Cyrus)
2001-6-20 12 AM Rock Production Techniques: the Art of the Studio
(hosted by William Gillespie and Paul Kotheimer)
2001-7-4 12 AM Fireworks Music ( to complement the local fireworks display)
2001-7-18 12 AM Wallace Shawn's The Designated Mourner
performed by Carl Estabrook, Helen Estabrook, and William Gillespie
2001-8-1 12 AM How to listen to John Cage without talking
2001-8-15 12 AM Alix Olson / Woodstock Anniversary
2001-8-29 12 AM Newspoetry
2001-9-12 12 AM Prince Myshkins / Paul Kotheimer
2001-9-26 12 AM Thoughts on the War / String Quartets and Electronic Music
2001-10-10 12 AM Eclectic Seizure Retrospective/<2:00:00 songs
2001-10-24 12 AM Dave Shoresman Memorial Ska Show
2001-11-7 12 AM William Vollman's An Afghanistan Picture Show, or How I Saved the World
2001-11-21 12 AM Travelling Editorial Roadshow
2001-12-5 12 AM ten nine ten-minute pieces.
2001-12-19 12 AM Phil Ochs' Birthday! (including a reneactment of Phil's testimony at the Chicago 7 trial)
2002-1-2 12 AM jan 2 Newspoetry: 2001 in Review
2002-1-16 12 AM Maria Silva and William Gillespie Play Beautiful Music and Read Beautiful Poetry in Spanish and English
2002-1-30 12 AM Warren Burt. "Smooth Jazz."
2002-2-13 12 AM Valentine's Day our way, with Maria Silva
2002-2-27 12 AM Songs in descending order of length
2002-3-1 12 AM Women's History Month Week, with hostess Xenan Kredechie
2002-3-27 12 AM McSweeny's 6: McSweeney's vs. They Might be Giants, in anticipation of Eggers' visit
2002-4-10 12 AM Oh shit is it a pledge drive? Luckily, my man Warren Burt is there to talk about independent radio in Melbourne and engage with me in improvisational music of severely dubious commercial potential.
2002-4-24 12 AM Michael Holloway's poetry class at the School for Designing a Society
2002-5-8 12 AM Whoops!
2002-5-22 12 AM Sugarplastic & electronic music
2002-6-5 12 AM Serious Folking Music with Paul Kotheimer
2002-6-19 12 AM Samuel Beckett & the Firesign Theatre
2002-7-3 12 AM Interview with Unknown Cincinnati Poet Dirk Stratton
2002-7-17 12 AM Interview with Nick Montfort, co-author of 2002 and author of The Help File
2002-7-31 12 AM Donald Barthelme
2002-8-14 12 AM Collage Techniques
2002-8-28 12 AM The Chamber Music of Rick Burkhardt
2002-9-11 12 AM September 11 w/Prince Myshkins
2002-9-25 12 AM Tom Cora R.I.P.
2002-10-9 12 AM Pledge Retrospective
2002-10-23 12 AM Fred Frith
2002-11-6 12 AM Prince Myshkins
2002-11-20 12 AM White Noise White Heat, by Larry McCaffery
2002-12-4 12 AM Instructional Music featuring Sesame Street sings the Alphabet, Schoolhouse Rock, Nature Songs, & Lou & Peter Berryman.
2002-12-18 12 AM History of Twelve-Tone with Rick Burkhardt & Mark Enslin: Schoenberg, Webern, Adorno, Haydn
2002-12-24 12 AM Malcolm X-Mas with William S. Burroughs, Funkadelic, and Bongwater
2002-12-25 12 AM History of Electronic Music with Rick Burkhardt & Mark Enslin: Messaien, Varese, Brün, Ligeti, Cepstral, Futrelle, DeFotis, Roxy Music, & Devo.
2003-1-1 12 AM Eclectic Guy's 33 1/3rd Birthday! VINYLGASM.
2003-1-15 12 AM Newspoetry newsparty new years eve reading
2003-1-29 12 AM History of United States with Stan Freberg & Firesign Theater
2003-2-12 12 AM Proofs, by George Steiner
2003-2-26 12 AM Carl & Mindy
2003-3-12 12 AM Dead Aria I & Martin Spinelli
2003-3-26 12 AM Dead Aria II & Martin Spinelli
2003-4-9 12 AM ? Off the air
2003-4-23 12 AM Radio Radio: Charles Bernstein
2003-5-7 12 AM Off the air
2003-5-21 12 AM Leo Connnelan's Crossing America
2003-6-4 12 AM Radio Radio: Gregory Whitehead
Last Show
2004-1-1 12 AM OMIGOD... IT'S ALIVE! on BSR 88.1 Providence, RI. BSRLIVE.COM
2004-9-22 12 AM 9-10 PM Anselm Berrigan & The Prince Myshkins.
2004-9-23 12 AM 1-2 AM Rick Burkhardt, Chamber Music.
2004-9-29 12 AM 1-2AM The Prince Myshkins LIVE IN CONCERT AN UNBELIEVABLE EVENT YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS AND ANYWAY IT IS ARCHIVED ON THE WEB SO YOU HAVE NO EXCUSE. LISTEN TO THIS BEFORE THE ELECTION. "It's good that you got out of California, because even though you've been complaining about it since you moved there, and even though you've written many songs about how terrible it is, since Schwarzenegger became governor of that supposedly left wing state, just living there makes you look bad. It would be like saying: 'Yeah we live at Disneyland. It's got its charm. We live on the Matterhorn, our apartment has a view of the pirate ship. There's a strong activist community there actually...'"
2004-10-3 12 AM "I Am Sitting In A Room," by Alvin Lucier, with John Cage, Uncle Bonsai, David Bowie singing Jacques Brel, and the Monks of Doom singing Frank Zappa.
2004-10-6 12 AM Mairead Byrne Interview. "...too much attention is paid to poetry, i think, not enough to the poet. so much of the literary industry seems dedicated to the cult of content. so for this show, i'd like to focus on the poet. the you. your writing is now, but you are forever. your poetry writes you. people know your poetry by you. i would if i could talk to your poetry about you, get it to answer a few questions."
2004-10-10 12 AM 1-2 AM, Herbert Brün
2004-10-17 12 AM György Ligeti
2004-10-20 12 AM BERNADETTE MAYER.
2004-10-24 12 AM Sunday Morning 1-2 AM. Loren's Mix.
2004 Eclectic Seizure Radio Theater Collective
2004-10-31 12 AM Election Day is Halloween. "Autumn brought election day so closely on the heels of Halloween that the final moments of the presidential campaign were revealed as masquerade. The crescendo of the pageant, two homecoming kings. Plastic so lifelike, their rehearsed mannerisms, the sturdy brushstrokes of the world they paint.
Sunday November 7th, 1-2 AM 2004 John Gulino Plugged
2004-11-14 12 AM Tyler's Mix. Soundcollage and John Zorn's Spillane. .
2004 Nov 17 ENGLISH 10 FM. . "English 10, Electronic Writing, a class at Brown University this fall and next spring, including the writing and performing of Samantha Cornwall, Nicholas Friesner, Ming Holden, Sunil Hebbar, Francesca Rios, Malika Rubens-Davis, Alex Sears & Donald Tetto along with incidental guitar music by Giga Shane, a guy I met in the grreen pastures of New College in Sarasota FL, & Jimi Hendrix performing most of a Bob Dylan song live at the historic Monterey Pop Festival concert in 1967, & and 2 b-sides not on Robyn Hitchock & Gillian Welsh's new album Spooked. This has been electric literature."
2004 November 18, midnight in the morning, Kaija Saariaho. The Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho (born 1952) has been living and working in Paris since 1982. In 1982 she attended courses in computer music at IRCAM in Paris, since when the computer has been an important element of her composing technique. .
2004 December 1 , Nick Montfort. Electronic Music and Electronic Literature.
2004 December 6 Captain Beefheart.
2005-2-6 12 AM Quartet for the End of Time. .
& Cole Porter & Henryk Gorecki. .
Xing. Language Poetry and songs named after years in chronologic order. . (This show was not archived but I attempted to play songs named after years a second time in April, which archive is available below).
2004 December 12, Pure Radio: Eclectic Seizure Archives. Season Finale. "I'm really sad that the next hour of programming will be the last before BSR goes off the air FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR (sniff) so I wanted to use this last hour to explore pure radio, the purest radio. What is pure radio? Let's work backward from dirty polluted corrupted radio: commercial pop radio. Lame pop songs, vapid DJs, commercials. Lame pop songs available on other stations, on albums, on the internet. Lame pop songs available everywhere. Redundant radio, content-free radio. Formats forever unchanging. Song song blab commercial. Verse chorus verse chorus bridge. According to information theory: noise. Commercial radio is static. Superfluity..................................................... This is impure radio. Commercial radio. Radio that is merely another echo of the same information, news and music, available everywhere else. Repetition muddies the waters. Inbred, stagnant, claustrophobic radio.
Working backward, what is pure radio? Keeping the vapid DJ - that's me - new information. Music not available everywhere. Not available on other radio stations, not available on the internet, not available in music stores. Not even available live in concert. I'm speaking of radio pre-produced for one specific radio occasion. Information available once.
I’m speaking of the best radio shows in America: Democracy Now, Word Jazz, This American Life, the Hour of Slack, Bike Talk, the Curious Person’s Guide, the Mixtape Chronicles, and this whole semester at BSR.
Music is change, starting with the oscillating waveforms of pitches--a drone is change--moving into the changing itches of melodies, the changing chords of harmonic progressions, a composer's style changing over time, music evolving into new forms never played on the radio. The same song is no longer music.
If you play a three minute song at 1000 times the normal speed, it becomes a click. If you play 1000 3-minute songs at 100 times the normal speed, you will hear a tone: one note. Commercial radio is always the same: one sustained pitch.
Information is change. What follows is an hour of the finest moments from my decade in independent radio art. You may hear the call letters for other stations in what follows but don't be confused. This is BSR. Er, I mean, WELH...
But the airwaves are in the public domain. They’re all you. Fly them."
2005-2-13 12 AM Charles Olson, Conlon Nancarrow, and deranged piano music. .
2005-2-20 12 AM Michael Gizzi and Charles Ives. Featuring an in-studio reading of newer work by Michael Gizzi. About four hours of really fairly difficult to listen to but nontheless breathtaking music. Conversations about Ives. Poetry by Michael. And then a collapse into sweet songwriting, followed by a stiff nightcap of Gizzi. Part I: Hardcore Ives & Gizzi.
Part II: Large Gizzi reading, more Ives but then less Ives. .
2005-2-27 12 AM Imaginary Cities. PART 1: . Italo Calvino, Kool Keith, Bob Perelman.
PART 2: . Mark Blitzstein. Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.
2005-3-6 12 AM Retroactive Correction with Dirk Stratton PART 1: . Poetry & permuted pianos.
Part 2: . Ballet Mechanique x 2.
2005-3-11 12 AM The Sugarplastic. .
2005-3-13 12 AM Mairead Byrne. . Ruth Crawford & Peggy Seeger. . &
2005-3-20 12 AM Gil-Scott Heron. .
Harry Partch. . & &
2005-4-10 12 AM Burning Deck Poets. .
George Clinton. . &
2005-4-14 12 AM 100 Songs in 60 Minutes. .
2005-4-15 12 AM Tangoesque. .
2005-4-17 12 AM Vulpine.
2005-4-21 12 AM Songs named after years. .
2005-4-24 12 AM Encyclopedia .;
2005-4-30 12 AM Lorien's Mix: Eclectic Seizure. .
2005-5-1 12 AM Lorien Carsey, Joshua Corey & William Gillespie read poetry. &
2019-5-8 12 AM Last show ever! Almost! English 10. .
Newspoetry. .
William's Mix.
2019-5-14 12 AM Five Last Shows Radio Free Istanbul: music and poetry in Turkish, with Fulya. .
American Political Song. .
Dude.Automator on the Fader? with Matt. .
William's Retro Jams. .
Jen Tynes. .
The Unknown.
Spineless Books
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No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were. As some of the petitioners in these cases demonstrate, marriage embodies a love that may endure even past death. It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage. Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves. Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization’s oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right.
No doubt. By way of illustration, I call the court’s attention to the songs of Cole Porter.
Richard Posner, writing for Slate:
Related to the preceding point, the chief justice’s dissent is heartless. There is of course a long history of persecution of gay people, a history punctuated by such names as Oscar Wilde, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and Alan Turing. Until quite recently, many American gays and lesbians took great pains to conceal their homosexuality in order to avoid discrimination. They value marriage just as straight people do. They want their adopted children to have the psychological and financial advantages of legitimacy. They are hurt by the discrimination that the dissenting justices condone. Prohibiting gay marriage is discrimination.
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Babysitting Fanfare for the Speeding Bullet, Austin and William deliver two hours of unplanned or intentional technical and musical problems, with an emphasis on implausible cover songs, featuring an entire hour of a beloved Julie Andrews song being brutally stripped of all innocence, and most of its melody. 20150809austinsfavor..> 2015-08-09 21:14 164M
Neal Cassady Chair of Psychedelic Folk Art Philip Graham and Professor of Rockthropology Alma Gottlieb lead Cristy and William through some of the uncharted early albums of the nexus of the cultural myth known as the “Summer of Love.” Learn which ruthless, murderous dictator the pacifist Country Joe was named after, and which band member went on to be a voice actor for the Smurfs. And lots of great music eclipsed in the shadow of the Grateful Dead and Woodstock. 20150824countryjoe.mp3 2015-08-06 19:01 103M
or our final scheduled show, Cristy and William explore the discontinuous topic of great closing tracks on great albums. Except for “Hang Loose,” which we forgot, which Cristy is still mad about, even though she wouldn’t even let William consider including any They Might Be Giants songs. So we’re burying the hatchet right between your ears. 20150907closingtrack..> 2015-09-07 09:39 88M
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