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Pacifica Radio Archives’ “From the Vault”
Each week the Pacifica Radio Archives chooses a program “From the Vault” of broadcasts in a half-hour program.
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This week on From the Vault we found a vintage 1969 tribute to Paul Robeson, tracing his life from his 1939 epic recording of Ballad for Americans to his last major public appearance in 1965.
On Friday evening, August 13, 2010 celebrities, musicians, activists and even President Barrack Obama gathered under the stars at the open air Greek Theatre in Los Angeles California to wish United Farmworker co-founder Dolores Huerta a happy 80th Birthday.
On this edition of From The Vault, we celebrate the life of Salvador Allende, born June 26, 1908 and elected as President of Chile in 1970.
From the fields of the rich California farm lands to the gritty landscape of urban reality, there was a growing Movement in 1968 within the Mexican American community. This program highlights classic 1968 recordings.
We celebrate the life of one of the leading voices of feminism, author and artist Kate Millett (1934-2017), whose body of work in art, literature and activism has been instrumental in shaping second-wave feminism.
August 23, 2017 | 5:00 am
From Pacifica Radio Archives, recordings of Dick Gregory, honoring the life of the comedian and civil rights activist who broke barriers in the 1960s and became one of the first African-Americans to perform at white clubs.
This week we’ll get a little better acquainted with the short life of rock star, poet, and icon Jim Morrison with the help of a beautiful radio documentary called Artist in Hell, produced by Clare Spark in 1971.
The interview is intimate and personal, sticking mostly to John's life and her life with him, but it is candid and unlike any other interview Alice Coltrane gave. We're proud to say it only exists here in the Pacifica Radio Archive. And this week, to honor Alice Coltrane and her husband John Coltrane, we air excerpts from the documentary that was made from the original interview, entitled 'Trane Legacy.
On this episode of From the Vault we take an insiders peak into the Man maybe most instrumental in capturing the supersonic intergalactic sound of Jimi Hendrix, Legendary music producer Engineer Eddie Kramer.
On this episode of From the Vault we celebrate one of the great creative musicians of the 20th century, Jimi Hendrix, through the conclusion of a four-part documentary titled Jimi Hendrix.
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