Should Abortion Be Legal? They asked that question in 1964 - and you know how long it took before it was.
Nights at the Roundtable with Bessie Banks and her original version of the to-be Moody Blues debut hit, "Go Now".
Weekend Talkshows Past - Issues & Answers from September 1964, featuring vice-Presidential hopeful Senator Hubert Humphrey interviewed regarding the upcoming election, Barry Goldwater, the recent coups in Vietnam, Foreign and Domestic policy.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Baby Face Willette and "Sight In Darkness" from his 1964 Argo album Mo-Roc.
Nights at the Roundtable with Ted Taylor and his Soul classic from 1964 - Somebody's Always Trying.
(Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames - In 1964 riding the epitome of cool) (The Rolling Stones - in 1964 - not fooling anybody with the squeaky clean act) If I haven't already screamed the praises of BBC 6 Music on an almost daily basis,
(Bocky & The Visions - Sounding a bit like James Brown on Steroids) In anticipation of the weekend, I thought I would add this somewhat frantic entry by Cleveland's own Bocky & The Visions. Released in 1964, I Go Crazy was the James Brown
Newstalgia Reference Room with a CBC interview with Justice Emmett Hall, architect of the Canadian National Health Plan - from November 2, 1964.
Campaign '64. Jeez. Somewhat hard to imagine this week 47 years ago Barry Goldwater was considered the epitome of the right-wing fringe element of the Republican Party. The fringe element that hi-jacked the party at the convention and set in
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with a concert from the 1964 United Nations Day celebrations on October 24, 1964. The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir George Solti and featuring soloist Issac Stern play music of Bruch and Britten in this concert given in the United Nations General Assembly.