Here's a post-Morrison tune from The Doors, which isn't something you hear very often, at least not on the radio. In this song, keyboardist Ray Manzarek takes on the vocal duties, and while a little campy with his delivery, it works for the song.
Politics Past - 1972: "Say Watergate And Duck" - Issues & Answers program featuring Sen. Robert Dole, Chairman of the Republican National Committee and Lawrence O'Brien, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Chairman of the McGovern-Shriver Campaign over allegations of the Watergate Break-in. Originally broadcast on September 24, 1972.
Newstalgia Reference Room with Author, Philosopher and eminent Psychologist B.F. Skinner discusses Beyond Freedom and Dignity and host a Question and Answer session. From 1972.
May 17, 1972 - News of the Day. Good news for Wallace Campaign, picking up 26 more delegates. Bad news for Wallace - paralyzed by assassination attempt five days earlier. Two Soviet sailors evidently killed in U.S. bombing of Haiphong. Soviet Naval vessels spotted in South China Sea. The California Presidential Primary heating up. And a new trend in France; Franglaise.
May 3, 1972 - Silver Mine Disaster in Idaho. Presidential Primaries. Voting Machine malfunctions in Ohio. Nixon appoints L. Patrick Grey to replace J. Edgar Hoover. Mass defection of South Vietnamese troops from Huè. Upcoming Primaries. Sen. Jackson withdraws from race. Humphrey big winner in latest primaries. Guilty pleas in Yablonski murders.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Daniel Ellsberg Discusses The Pentagon Papers With William F. Buckley - 1972
Daniel Ellsberg discusses The Pentagon Papers with William F. Buckley on Firing Line. July 30, 1972. Help save Newstalgia! Donate what you can to prevent our extinction.
Nights at the Roundtable with David Bowie, in session at The BBC in 1972. Spiders From Mars and everything! Don't forget to donate to keep Newstalgia alive!
Nights at the Roundtable with Argent, recorded in session for the BBC from 1972 and 1973.
This smooth jam from 1972 should get you over the hump.
Nights at the Roundtable with Leon Russell and his non-lp/45-rpm only Christmas single "Slipping Into Christmas" from 1972.
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