He had more rackets than Al Capone!
April 4, 1960 - Republicans kick off Presidential race. Violence escalates in South Africa. Cause of crash of National Airlines Plane in North Carolina ruled to be a bomb. Largest Communist Youth Rally staged in Havana. Oscars coming up this evening.
Dr. Martin Luther King in a debate with Southern Writer/Editor James J. Kilpatrick on the use of no-violent protest and the Lunchcounter sit-ins, as originally broadcast on The Nation's Future - November 26, 1960.
Nights at The Roundtable featuring The Three Sounds and Summertime from their 1960 Blue Note album "Here We Come".
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers from the soundtrack to the 1960 French film Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Dangerous Liaisons), "Prelude In Blue".
Newstalgia Thousand Yard Stare - 1960 In Review. The news events that made up 1960 and why the rest of the decade was so crazy.
Martin Luther King is interviewed on Meet The Press from April 17, 1960 where he explains Non-Violent Protest and the Civil Rights Movement.
News of the day for July 12, 1960. All about the Democratic Convention being held in Los Angeles and speculation over who front-runner Senator John F. Kennedy would pick as a running mate.
Newstalgia Downbeat with a set from the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival featuring Jazz Greats Art Farmer and Benny Golson and their Jazztet. Recorded on June 30, 1960.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Dave Brubeck and his Quartet opening for Keely Smith in her Hollywood Bowl solo debut and featuring the orchestra led by Nelson Riddle - 1960
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