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- Albertson, Chris (Host), Fass, Bob, 1933- (Former owner)
- DJ Chris "Uncle Chris" Albertson introduces "The Inside" radio show. Latin music plays, "Bon Voyage Ship Titanic". Unknown civil rights speech interrupted by "Conga!" from Wonderful Town, "Bits and pieces" by the Dave Clark Five, "It's Alright" Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions, "For the Man of Extinction" The Slightly Irreverent Mitchel Trio, "Ain't What you Do" Bananarama, "Paper Tiger" Sue Thompson, "The Herse Song" Harley Poe, how to tango
- Collection Name:
- Bob Fass papers, circa 1960-2011
- Archival Context:
- Series V: Unidentified Recordings, 1958-1972, undated
- sound recordings
- Popular music radio programs
- Place of Origin:
- New York (N.Y.)?
- Physical Description:
- 1 audio file (41 minutes)
- Note (Date note):
- Date inferred from inclusive dates of archival collection
- Note (Bf number):
- Library Location:
- Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
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- Digital Project:
- Time Based Media
- Copyright Status:
- In Copyright
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