Tuned In To Music

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Podcast: Tuned In To Music 008, 1960s San Francisco (Part 2)

This is the second of two podcasts devoted to a survey of the first wave of bands that came out of San Francisco in the mid to late 1960’s. Some became megastars and some never did much after their first album but they all burst onto the scene playing great music that defined both a musical genre and a cultural phenomenon. In this podcast we listen to the music of Big Brother and the Holding Company, the Grateful Dead, and Quicksilver Messenger Service.

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You can download 1960’s San Francisco (Part 2) here


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08/06/2007 - Posted by | music, Podcasts |


  1. […] Music from Big Brother and the Holding’s Company’s “Cheap Thrills” can be heard on Tuned In To Music Podcast 008 – 1960s San Francisco (Part 2) […]

    Pingback by Review: Big Brother and the Holding Company with Janis Joplin, Nine Hundred Nights « Tuned In To Music | 08/09/2007 | Reply

  2. […] in 1967 is fair game.  (See the Tuned In To Music podcasts on 1960’s San Francisco Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 for a more thorough coverage of the SF music scene.)  The AM set includes often […]

    Pingback by Review: Various Artists, Summer of Love, The Hits of 1967 « Tuned In To Music | 08/10/2008 | Reply

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