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Tagged: Interviews

A Word Or Two From Gena Rowlands And John Cassavetes – 1975 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles 0

A Word Or Two From Gena Rowlands And John Cassavetes – 1975 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Gena Rowlands – John Cassavetes Interview – Arthur Knight – Feb. 20, 1975 Regarded as one of the most innovative and ground-breaking of filmmakers in mid-20th Century Cinema, the work of John Cassavetes goes through phases of re-discovery and returned obscurity. Because his films were so individual and...

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July 15, 1964 – GOP Convention – View From The Cow Palace: Sliding Off The Rails.

Click on the link here for Audio Player: CBS-TV audio coverage of 1964 Republican Convention – July 15, 1964 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection News for this day, at least in the U.S., had primarily to do with the Republican Convention and the selection of Barry Goldwater as Presidential Candidate....

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July 8, 1956 – Happy Pills And The Dawn Of The Pharmaceutical Generation

Click on the link here for Audio Player: American Forum – Happy Pills – July 8, 1956 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Become a Patron! You can blame it on the Cold War, you can blame it on the great uncertainty society was facing. You can blame it on the...

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Do We Need A New Foreign Policy? 1950 – Past Daily Reference Room

Click on the link here for Audio Player: American Forum Of The Air – July 9, 1950 – Do We Need A New Foreign Policy? – Gordon Skene Sound Collection. The endless debate on U.S. Foreign Policy, the political wrangling and the blind-sidedness – it would seem to be our...

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Is American Freedom In Danger? – July 3, 1955 – Past Daily Reference Room

Click on the link here for Audio Player: American Forum of the Air -July 5, 1955 – Is American Freedom In Danger? Gordon Skene Sound Collection In light of the events the past several years, and the recent disclosures on mass Domestic spying, it would be natural to think this...

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A Word Or Two From John Entwistle Of The Who – 1977 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

Click on the link here for Audio Player: BBC London Report – Week of June 9, 1977 Despite views to the contrary, when a pivotal band loses one or more of their members, things just never feel the same. When I recently saw a concert by the remaining members of...

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Bill Evans Trio – In Session At Jazz Set – 1972 – Past Daily Downbeat.

Click on the link here for Audio Player: In an era that produced a phenomenal amount of truly revolutionary talent in the Jazz World, a number stand out as pathfinders; those who paved the way for new horizons to be discovered. Bill Evans, unquestionably was one of those...

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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Spiro Speaks – An Interview With vice-President Spiro Agnew – May 17, 1970

Click on the link here for Audio Player:   With the disastrous events at Kent and Jackson State and the rising opposition to the War in Southeast Asia and our incursion into Cambodia, the White House desperately needed to shore up some dramatically falling popularity. So vice-President Spriro...

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Baseball, Cold War, Red Scares – Life On Planet Earth – April 15, 1950

Click on the link here for Audio Player: (Still working on the Audio Player fiasco. Seems there are a lot of other problems WordPress is having to contend with at the moment) Your typical week, as far as the Fabulous 50s are concerned. This week, ending on April 15th in...