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|Description||erry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Tom Donahue|
KMPX Radio Show
April - XX - 1967
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Here is a description of this show I found on the internet:
THE CELESTIAL JUKEBOX (Special Radio Flashback Edition "The Phil 'n' Jerry Show" April 1967)
A long, long time ago -- before many of you were born -- there was a wondrous thing called "progressive" or "free-form" radio. These were the days when rock radio stations were programmed by people who actually knew and loved music, rather than the accountants and marketing analysts who now control the airwaves. During this time it was possible to hear, in a single program, music by artists as diverse as the Beatles, Ravi Shankar and Miles Davis, to name but a few, picked and played by DJs who spoke to, rather than at, their audience. One of the pioneering stations in this adventurous era of radio was KMPX-FM in San Francisco, which was instrumental in letting the world know about the explosion of great music in the Bay Area in the late 60s.
One fine April evening in 1967, the station's co-founder, the legendary Tom "Big Daddy" Donahue, invited Phil Lesh and Jerry Garcia to play guest DJ on his nightly KMPX show. Phil and Jerry discussed the Grateful Dead's then-brand-new debut album (they promised the next one would be much better!), as well as such arcane topics as a top-secret military project to develop a "sound gun" that could kill or maim everyone for miles around with super-low-frequencies. Best of all, they brought along some of their favorite records to play on the air. As you might expect, it was a most unpredictable batch of tunes indeed.
The following is a playlist from Phil and Jerry's guest DJ shift, as broadcast on KMPX-FM in San Francisco, sometime during the last week of April, 1967.
Disk 1 [69:23]
[Missing] SWAN SILVERTONES - (Song title unannounced)
01. [03:23] Talk
02. [05:38] CHARLES MINGUS - Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
03. [03:59] Talk
04. [02:54] BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON - Lord I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes
05. [01:05] Talk
06. [02:25] RAY CHARLES - I Don't Need No Doctor
07. [01:06] Talk
08. [02:43] JAMES BROWN - It's A Man's Man's Man's World
09. [00:22] Talk
10. [03:25] JAMES BROWN - Ain't That A Groove
11. [01:39] Talk
12. [03:51] BOB DYLAN - Maggie's Farm
13. [03:20] Talk
14. [01:30] ENSEMBLE OF THE BULGARIAN REPUBLIC - The Moon Shines
15. [00:51] Talk
16. [11:25] CHARLES LLOYD QUARTET -Dream Weaver
17. [00:08] Talk
18. [00:30] Station Ads - Avalon Ballroom
19. [00:42] Talk
20. [04:03] JUNIOR WELLS - Ships On The Ocean
21. [00:59] Talk
22. [11:37] LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI/AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCH. - Charles Ives: Symphony # 4 (2nd Movement)
23. [01:37] Talk
Disk 2 [37:24]
01. [02:51] IAN & SYLVIA - Jealous Lover
02. [00:04] Talk
03. [02:35] IAN & SYLVIA Four Rode By
04. [00:47] Talk
05. [03:18] SKIP JAMES - Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues
06. [02:36] ARETHA FRANKLIN - I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
07. [01:29] Talk
08. [03:39] RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
09. [01:24] Talk
10. [03:33] IKE & TINA TURNER - River Deep, Mountain High
11. [00:56] Talk
12. [02:16] LOU RAWLS - Trouble Down Here Below
13. [00:09] Talk
14. [02:06] ROLLING STONES - Gotta Get Away
15. [01:16] Talk
16. [02:26] OTIS REDDING - Day Tripper
17. [00:15] Talk
18. [02:25] GRATEFUL DEAD - Cold Rain And Snow
19. [00:39] Talk
20. [02:32] GRATEFUL DEAD - New, New Minglewood Blues
1. shntool confirms tracks on sector boundaries
2. Cool Edit used to remove gaps from tracks not cut on sector bundaries, fix some pops related to the digital transfers
d1t02 00:35 brief diginoise
d1t02 03:19 brief diginoise
d1t13 02:56 brief diginoise
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 shn em up initiative 4/28/2002
Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!
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|I would agree with Mike I grabbed this back in the day from LMA burned to disc but didn't save the file set, happy to snag now.
A great slice of the 60's Man.....
|Nice share mikepanic!!
|yes, wow..some real nice crazy shit. Thanks a lot, keep doin what your doin.
|Wow, this looks wicked cool.
I love this kind of s**t. Priceless.
Thanks a lot.
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