Daily Archive: May 20, 2013

A Few Words From Ray Manzarek (RIP – 1939-2013) – Past Daily Pop Chronicles: Tributes 1

A Few Words From Ray Manzarek (RIP – 1939-2013) – Past Daily Pop Chronicles: Tributes

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Yet another sad passing to report. News today of the passing of Doors co-founder and author Ray Manzarek at 74 from a long bout with Cancer in Germany took a lot of people by surprise, me included. Despite reports coming...

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May 20, 1962 – JFK Would Like A Word With You About Medicare – Past Daily Reference Room

Click on the link here for Audio Player: For everyone who thinks the current situation over Medicare is something new, you’re wrong. The issue of Medicare has been raging since the days of the FDR administration. The arguments for it are the same – the arguments against it...

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One Of Those Things That Just Might Be Pulled Off – May 20, 1942

Click on the link here for Audio Player: May 20, 1942; potentially a pivotal day in the history of World War 2. The Russian Army, led by Marshal Semen Timoshenko scored a decisive victory in the battle of Kharkov, which could prove to be a tipping point of...

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Natalia Lafourcade – In Session At Conciertos de Radio 3 – Nights At The Roundtable: Rock Without Borders Edition

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Slight change of pace tonight. Pop with Indie leanings from Mexico City by way of Madrid in the form of Natalia Lafourcade. Recorded in session for the Conciertos de Radio 3 program on RNE Radio 3 in Madid, May 17,...

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The Marcel Mule Saxophone Quartet Play Music Of Jeanine Rueff – 1958 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Back to Paris this week for another installment of French radio performances of the 1950s. This time it’s the music of Jeanine Rueff, who is probably best known as a music educator, with one of her star pupils being Jean-Michel...