Saturday morning, the Sun is up and you would like to be? Join the party for Say You Want a Revolution, our flashback to the 60s and early 70s. This weekend marks the 40th anniversary of the great White House invasion. Even before the recent White House party crashers, in 1970 Grace Slick and Abbie Hoffman, who is on trial for conspiring to riot in the 68 democratic National Convention at the time, are turned away from a party for Tricia Nixon. Grace was invited by Tricia, Abbey was her date. We'll get into some early Airplane in our first hour this weekend. 1967, the year of the first Doors album, and second album also now that I think about it. We will feature this most amazing debut, talk about the stories behind it and revel in the renassaince of Jim and the Doors. CCR's rythm section is having a birthday this weekend. Both Doug the drummer and Stu the bassist, are turning the big 65. We are going to have the best of British guitar players drop by, listen for a set from Clapton, Harrison, Frampton and Beck. We will also be putting up some of the interview with Sam Cutler, the man who was the Stones tour manager in 69 (sitting with me in the above pix) and the Dead's road manager from 70-74..He has some great stories to tell in his new book "You Can't Always get What You Want". Until then," keep feeding each other, and keep kissing, it builds up your lips: I believe Wavy Gravysaid that.