Tagged: Alzheimer’s disease

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It’s July 1966 – You’re A Teenager – You Live In St. Louis – Paul Revere And The Raiders Can Read Your Mind – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

KXOK – Nick Charles – July 29, 1966 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Summer School. You don’t hear about it that much any more, but in 1966 it was a ritual if you were still in School. Taking Summer school held the possibility that you might graduate a semester...

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Charles Houdret And The CBC Symphony Play Music Of Claude Champagne – 1960 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Claude Champagne – Altitude – CBC Symphony – Charles Houdret – 1961 – CBC Transcription Service – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Back to Canada this weekend for a performance of Altitude by French-Canadian composer Claude Champagne. Composed in 1960 and given this world-premier 1961 broadcast recording by the CBC...

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Charles Houdret And The CBC Symphony Play Music Of Robert Turner – 1960 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Robert Turner – Opening Night, for Large Orchestra – 1955 – CBC Symphony – Charles Houdret, Cond. (1960) – CBC Transcription Service – Staying in Canada for this week’s comparative rarity. Montreal born Robert Turner (1920-2012), was a prolific composer, as well as radio program producer and teacher. He studied...

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Them w/Van Morrison – Live In Paris – 1965 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Them w/Van Morrison – Live In Paris – October 19, 1965 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Them tonight – maybe a slight distraction or an antidote. Van Morrison, lead singer of Them before he went solo and on to a decades long career (still going strong) and part of...

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April 15, 1985 – In Praise Of Gizmos

  April 15, 1985 – CBS World News Roundup – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Busy day in space, April 15, 1985. The Shuttle Discovery crew was up early, readying for a battery of tests and an attempt to rescue a wayward satellite, spinning out of control. Hopes were pinned...