Tagged: Andy Warhol

Antoine Tisné

Claude Bonneton With The ORTF Chamber Orchestra Play Music Of Antoine Tisné – 1965 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Antoine Tisné – Piano Concerto Nr. 3 – Claude Bonneton, Piano – ORTF Chamber Orch. Claude Hartemann, cond – 1965 ORTF Studio recording – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Heading into more experimental country this week with a radio broadcast performance, possibly the premier recording of the 3rd Piano Concerto...

Raquel Welch interviewed by Arthur Knight

In Conversation With Raquel Welch 1975 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

Become a Patron! The concept of the Sex Symbol has changed dramatically over the past four decades. Much like our music, our genres of film, our media in general, the sex symbol has evolved and devolved to the point where what constitutes a Sex Symbol, or even sensuality is clouded...

Reba Crawford - Angel Of Broadway

Reba Crawford: The Angel Of Broadway And Los Angeles In The 1930s – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Reba Crawford – Commentary – KMTR-Los Angeles – Dec. 6, 1937 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Reba Crawford, a name all but forgotten about in recent decades, but in the 1920s and 1930s she made national headlines, was the subject of scandals and was rival to one of the...

Preparing for Invasion - May 1940

May 9, 1940 – Celebrating A Conquest – Preparing For An Invasion

May 9, 1940 – NBC Blue Network News – Commentary by John Gunther – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – May 9, 1940 – As Italy was celebrating the anniversary of victory over Abyssinia (Ethiopia) in 1936, Britain was preparing for what they were becoming more convinced was an imminent invasion...

Oklahoma City Bombing memorial - April 19, 1997

April 19, 1997 – Homegrown Terrorism Two Years On – Leary Takes A Trip

April 19, 1997 – CBS Radio News – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – April 19, 1997 – a day still fresh in most peoples memories – the day terrorism arrived with a homegrown face. The Federal Building in Oklahoma City was scene of the worst act of domestic terrorism in...

Whipping Boy

Whipping Boy In Session – 1995 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Whipping Boy – In Session for Steve Lamacq – Aug. 17, 1995 – BBC Radio 1 – Irish indie tonight in the form of Whipping Boy, a critically acclaimed band whose initial run went from 1988-1998. Originally playing cover versions of songs by Velvet Underground and The Fall, they were...

Andy Warhol and friend

February 23, 1987 – . . . And On Top Of Everything, Andy Warhol

February 23, 1987 – CBS World News Roundup – CBS Hourly News – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – February 23, 1987 – A milestone day – at the time immersed in Jewish-Russian dissidents and the ongoing Iran-Contra investigation – but also reflecting on the loss of two Popular Culture giants....

The Stranglers

The Stranglers – In Session 1977 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Stranglers – In session for John Peel – March 7, 1977 – BBC Radio 1 – The Stranglers tonight. Their first session for John Peel, recorded on March 7, 1977 at The BBC. With a career spanning four decades, The Stranglers are one of the longest surviving and continuously...

The Pretty Things

The Pretty Things In Session – 1965-1967 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Pretty Things – In Session at The BBC – 1965/1967 – BBC Radio 1 – The Pretty Things were, if you remember, part of that initial wave of British Invasion bands which hit these shores in 1964/1965. They were, without a doubt, one of the rawest, most primal and...

Exploded View

Exploded View – Live At Route du Rock 2016 – Past Daily Soundbooth

  Exploded View, in concert at Route du Rock 2016, recorded only days ago (August 14). Okay – this may take a little getting used to. Simply put, Exploded View are doing something very new, while at the same time doing something rather old. Together only a few months, the...