Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Looking for the Heart of Saturday Night

It’s Summer 1979 – You’re A Teenager – You’re In L.A. – Tomorrow You Won’t Remember A Thing. Past Daily Weekend Pop Chronicles

KMET – Cynthia Fox – August 13, 1979 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – A little goes a very long way: Become a Patron! The weekend. Same in 1979 as just about any year. Heading on a crash-course to the heart of Saturday Night. It’s out there, and you’re determined...

Marigolds - Original

Paul Zindel Talks About The Effects Of Gamma-Rays On Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds – 1971 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Paul Zindel – Orin Lehman – in converstion with Casper Citron – June 1, 1971 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron! When people talk about cultural upheavals in the 1960s the conversation generally stays around Film, Fashion and Music. But it seems that every facet of the...

Serge Koussevitsky - (Getty Photos)

Talking About And Talking With Serge Koussevitsky – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Surprises await you: Become a Patron! In the early 1970s, when National Public Radio was getting off the ground, getting its feet wet and finding its way, it was an exciting adventure in the possibilities of what Educational Radio could achieve. The promise, though reached, was never sustained and has...

Bruce Davison in The Strawberry Statement - 1970

James Simon Kunen Talks About The Strawberry Statement – 1970 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

James Simon Kunen – Interview from On Screen – WBAI-FM – June 26, 1970 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Some things age well – some things age not at all and some things age poorly. In the Arts it’s a matter of subjectivity. Music we’ve heard and books we’ve...

Alice B. Toklas

Alice B. Toklas Has A Word Or Two And A Recipe For Her Infamous Brownies – 1961 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Become a Patron! Alice B.Toklas. The name might not ring many bells with generations born after the 1960s. But during the 60s, during the blossoming of the Counterculture, she was an icon, and maybe more than her companion Gertrude Stein, became the face of the burgeoning drug culture that sprang...

Ruth Posselt in rehearsal with the Boston Symphony

Ruth Posselt With Charles Munch And The Boston Symphony Rehearse Bloch And Haydn – 1951 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Ruth Posselt with Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony In Rehearsal – March 24, 1951 Become a Patron! Continuing our series of Boston Symphony Rehearsals. This week it’s the BSO under Music Director Charles Munch and the legendary American violinist Ruth Posselt in a rehearsal of Ernst Bloch‘s Baal Shem...

Gerald Moore Talks Piano – 1961 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Gerald Moore – in conversation with Bernard Levin – BBC Radio – 1961 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Become a Patron! Gerald Moore, probably one of the key figures in the role of piano accompaniment in the world of Classical music for much of the 20th century. He redefined...

San Francisco - 1963

A Walking Tour Of San Francisco In 1963 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

San Francisco as described by Herb Gold – 1963 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – San Francisco; a city that, anyone who has spent any amount of time visiting or living in comes away with an impression that is unmistakable. San Francisco has always been a city of contrasts and...

Western Landscape -- Maynard Dixon 1927

Call Of The Range – Cliffie Stone And The Plainsmen – 1946 – Past Daily Gallimaufry

Call Of The Range – Cliffie Stone With The Plainsmen – CBS Radio/KNX Los Angeles – October 21, 1946- Gordon Skene Sound Collection – This is something you absolutely don’t hear anymore. Not unless you already know about, grew up with, have been a fan of or have a propensity...

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent Willem van Gogh Discusses His Uncle Vincent – 1964 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Interview with Vincent Willem van Gogh – Burton Cumming, Director of Communications, New York Graphic Society. – April 9, 1964 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Vincent Willem van Gogh, son of Theo and Johanna, was named after his famous uncle, but throughout his early years he strove to make...