KUSF In Exile 11.13.11 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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Here's the second installment of the Sounds Of The San Francisco Bay Area. This is where I cover the singles of the years 1965 to 1969. Here you get plenty of garage, folk, and nascent psyche. This episode goes out to Erik Bluhm in Manhattan Beach, California. Enjoy!

Beau Brummels "Laugh Laugh" & "Just A Little" (both 1965)
The Great Society "Someone To Love" (1965)
Sly & The Family Stone "Underdog" (1967)
The Mojo Men "Sit Down I Think I Love You" (1967)
Sopwith Camel "Hello Hello" (1967)
Vejtables "Feel The Music" (1966)
William Penn Fyve "Swami" (1966)
Chocolate Watch Band "Sweet Young Thing" (1966)
Count Five "Psychotic Reaction" (1966)
Teddy & His Patches "Suzy Creamcheese" (1967)

The Mystery Trend "Johnny Was A Good Boy" & "House On The Hill" (both 1967)
The Grateful Dead "Don't Ease Me In" & "Stealin'" (both 1966)
The Charlatans "Codine" (1966)
Captain Zoom "I Really Want You" (1965)
Family Tree "He Spins Around" (1968)
Flying Circus "You Got To Learn To Love" (1967)
Gladstone "What A Day" & "Upsome" (both 1968)
The Ariel "I Feel Like Crying" (1966)
Kensington Forest "Movin' On" (1967)

Harbinger Complex "I Think I'm Down" (1966)
Recurring Love Habit "Faiola Bros." (1967)
Stained Glass "Mediocre Me" (1967)
Towaway Zone "Shabd" (1968)
Travel Agency "Time" (1966)
Vandells "American Eagle" (1969)
White Haven Pillow "Music Man" (1968)
Weird Herald "Saratoga James" & "Just Yesterday" (both 1968)
Moby Grape "Omaha" (1967)

Country Joe & The Fish "Thing Called Love" (1966)
Notes From The Underground "Got To Get Out Of This Dream" (1967)
Frumious Bandersnatch "Misty Cloudy" (1968)
Mad River "Orange Fire" (1967)
Fifty Foot Hose "The Things That Concern You" (1967)
The Serpent Power "Nobody Blues" (1967)
Beau Brummels "Deep Water" & "God Bless California" (both 1968)

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