Tagged: Jerry Brown

Tuxedomoon

Tuxedomoon In Concert – 1979 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Tuxedomoon – in concert at The Boarding House – December 1979 – Ralph Records Release party – KALX-FM – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – San Francisco post-Punk/experimental band Tuxedomoon, live at The Boarding House, and part of the Ralph Records release party from December, 1979. Tuxedomoon had been together since...

Snakefinger

Snakefinger – Live At The Boarding House – 1979 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Snakefinger – Live at The Boarding House – December 3, 1979 – KALX-FM Broadcast – Snakefinger for the middle of the week. Also known as Philip Charles Lithman, he was originally a British blues guitarist, formerly associated with bands such as Mighty Baby and Chili Willi and The Red Hot...

Urban Renewal in 1968

It’s June 1968 – You Live In L.A. – You Work In L.A. – You Carry A Briefcase – You Listen To KMPC – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

KMPC – Dick Whittinghill – 7-8:00 am – June 26, 1968 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Not every radio station in Los Angeles threw open its doors and welcomed Rock n’ Roll with open arms. No. Although, in an effort to attempt a modicum of hip, radio stations like...

Governor Brown Paints A Picture – June 8, 1978

Governor Brown Paints A Picture – June 8, 1978

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Governor Jerry Brown – address to State – June 8, 1978 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection. With the infamous Proposition 13 passed – this June 8th in 1978 was about the scramble to address the issue, the...

Bobby Sands

May 6, 1981 – Bobby Sands: When The Hunger Strike Goes Very Wrong.

Become a Patron! Not so much a cause for alarm, an ominous glimpse of things to come or a cautionary tale, but rather a historic example of how things go wrong and protests escalate as the result. This May 6th in 1981 had much to do with the death of...

Carter; Sweep – Anderson; Nil – April 2, 1980

Click on the link here for Audio Player: News for April 2, 1980 Since April 2, 1980 was right in the middle of Presidential Primary season, most of the news for this day had to do with the recently completed Wisconsin and Kansas Primaries and the telling results. Carter won...