Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Louis Armstrong, live from Basin Street in New York - May 28, 1955.
Newstalgia Reference Room featuring a discussion as broadcast on NPR's National Town Meeting on the Freedom of Information Act and the Right Of Privacy Act with Congresswoman Bella Abzug from the Congressional Subcommittee on the Privacy Act, Sen. Barry Goldwater Jr. and Dr. Louis Branscomb, Vice-President of IBM.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with the music of Francis Poulenc as performed by the French National Orchestra, conducted by Roger Desormiere from a studio broadcast in 1949.
(Almost that time again) As you know, one of my biggest guilty pleasures is listening to old live concerts - really old ones. A few weeks ago I posted an excerpt of a New York Philharmonic concert from 1960 featuring Fritz Reiner. This time
Yes, 24-hours of talking to benefit Occupations across the country. Radio Or Not presents Occuthon 2011 – A 24 hour nonstop broadcast in support of the Occupy Wall Street and 99 percent movement. Occuthon will highlight local Occupy
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with a broadcast performance of Arthur Honegger's Une Cantate de Noel for soloists, organ, Chorus and Orchestra. Recorded by French Radio circa 1956.
“I mean, it's like a derivative of actual pepper. It's a food product, essentially.”
Martin Luther King is interviewed on Meet The Press from April 17, 1960 where he explains Non-Violent Protest and the Civil Rights Movement.
November 17, 1973 - the Nixon Press Conference and his famous "I am not a crook".
Newstalgia Reference Room with a paid political announcement from Henning Blomen, Candidate for President of the Socialist Labor Party in 1968.