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Flashback #101

Hi again, this weekend, Sat. 7-10am., the Revolution will be on the air again. It will radiate the good vibes that we have become famous for. Some landmarks this weekend include a birthday for the man who actually may be the walrus, Mr. David Crosby. He flips over to 70 years old! And has he been through at least a couple of lifetimes or what. So much has happened to him he actually has written 2 biographies! ..In San Francisco, in the Marina district, a nightclub was starting to become famous. A former pizza parlor on Fillmore street was bought by a couple of musicians. Marty Balin and Paul Kantner started the Matrix and introduced their new band there, The Jefferson Airplane. It was August 13th 1965. On that same day, The Beatles released the "Help" album.  Another San Francisco musician would be working on stage at Harvard Stadium, just outside Boston. It would be the last concert Janis Joplin would ever give. August 13th 1970. On that same day, in La Jolla California, Stephen Stills would be arrested on possesion charges at a motel where he was staying. Certainly some ups and downs for our friends, but it was all part of the thread of the Revolution. See you this Saturday for more stories and some great music. Peace Out.

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