Monthly Archive: September 2020

Christian Tetzlaff in concert 2011 0

Christian Tetzlaff With Marc Albrecht And The Strasbourg Philharmonic Play Music Of Bertrand, Debussy And Beethoven – 2011 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert.

Christian Tetlaff, violin – Strasbourg Philharmonic – Concert of February 11, 2011 – Radio France Musique – Back to France this week for a concert by the Strasbourg Philharmonic, conducted by Marc Albrecht and featuring German Violinist Christian Tetzlaff in music of Christophe Bertrand, Claude Debussy and Ludwig van Beethoven....

Cities In Crisis - Abandoned Packard Plant - Detroit 0

September 30, 1975 – Cities On The Edge – The Economic Downturn In America – Past Daily Reference Room

September 30, 1975 – Options: Growing Economic Problems For U.S. Cities – National Public Radio – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Cities on the Edge and in crisis. 1975 signaled a year of economic despair that threatened to sweep over America. We were in the midst of a recession –...

The Clash - Live at The Lyceum, London - 1978 0

The Clash – Live At The Lyceum – 1978 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Clash – Live at The Lyceum, London – December 28, 1978 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The Clash tonight- live at The Lyceum in London and recorded on December 28, 1978. Seems only fitting we have something to drown out the noise of our political season here in...

Berlin - September 1940 0

September 29, 1940 – Berlin During Tripartite Season – An Axis Signing.

Sigrid Schultz Reporting From Berlin – Mutual Broadcasting – September 29, 1940 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection September 29, 1940 – News for this day, direct from Berlin and reported by Sigrid Schultz, correspondent for Mutual as well as The Chicago Tribune. The story was the signing of the Axis...

America's Health Crisis

1940 And The Big Question Was: “Does America Need Compulsory Health Insurance?” – Past Daily Reference Rooom

America’s Town Meeting Of The Air: “Does America Need Compulsory Health Insurance?” – January 1, 1940 – NBC Red Network – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – America’s Health – it’s an issue dating back to the period just after the Civil War. It’s an issue that’s been brought up, argued,...

The Who - London Students Carnival 1965 - (photo:Getty Images)

The Who – London Students Carnival – Wembley – 1965 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Who – Live at The London Students Carnival – Empire Pools, Wembley – London – November 19, 1965 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The Who – live at the London Students Carnival, Empire Pools, Wembley November 19,1965 to kick off the week. I keep forgetting that there was...

Kent State Protests- National Guard - 1970

September 28, 1970 – Campus Protests – Campus Violence – Studies And Findings.

NBC – Meet The Press – Campus Protests – September 28, 1970 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – 1970 – The year Campus protests turned deadly. On April 30, 1970, President Nixon announced the expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia. On May 1, protests on college campuses and in...

Rhené Baton

The Hancock Ensemble Play Music Of Rhené Baton, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Bolzoni And Tosti – 1938 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

The Hancock Ensemble – Julius Tannenbaum, cond. – Harold Whitcraft, tenor – MBS-KHJ – February 6, 1938 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Another concert of small works, some unfamiliar, performed by local ensembles and broadcast in the 1930s. This one featuring the Hancock Ensemble, founded and led by G....

James Thurber

James Thurber, Dawn Powell, Heywood Broun – Author! Author! – 1939 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

WOR/Mutual – Author! Author – Heywood Broun, James Thurber, Dawn Powell – October 9, 1939, Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Figures in the Literary world that may either trigger instant recognition or quizzical shrugs. S.J. Perelman, James Thurber, Dawn Powell and Heywood Broun were all notable figures in the literary...