I guess Ken Kesey was the first guy to take a busload of 'freaks' across the country, sharing that special N.California vision of Peace, Dope, Flowers and Music. A few years after that, another bus pulled away from the Bay Area in search of fun and adventure. It was a project put together by legendary FM Radio personality Big Daddy Tom Donohue and was called the Medicine Ball Caravan. Several busses and vehicles were involved in this cross country tour and it was all paid for by Warner Brothers Records. The idea was to film it and make a million dollars showing it in theaters, like the Woodstock film that came out months earlier. It featured several Warner Brothers artists, like the Grateful Dead and Stoneground. Along the way Alice Cooper, B.B. King and other joined the parade. It wasn't very successful, but in the end, who really cared? There was a movie, not very good, but still, all in all, it was a noble effort to export a little of that Bay Area magic to an unsuspecting nation...a little too late perhaps... but it was part of the 'revolution' and it was 42 years ago this weekend. Jump on that Magic Bus yourself, join me Saturday morning for "Say You Want A Revolution"..we'll roll back in time together.