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America's Hippie Heritage

   
 

March 25th, 2009 ~ Tune in and turn on to our nation's fringe heritage. Along with their spiritual forefathers, the beatniks and folkies, our hippie generation latched on to great music before them--from old-time country and bluegrass, bebop, blues and more--and created their own versions. We're joined by Maria Muldaur who recalls making jug-band music in the West Village in the '60s. Also, we speak with bass player Jack Casady, a founding member of the Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna.

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Hour One   Hour Two  
  • Open Bed: Mandolin King Rag Even Dozen Jug Band
    The Even Dozen Jug Band, Elektra
  • Way Back in the 1960s The Incredible String Band
    The 5000 Spirits or Layers of the Onion, Hannibal
  • CLIP: Bo Diddley
  • Hey Bo Diddley Bo Diddley
    His Best, MCA/Chess
  • South Street The Orlons
    Cameo Parkway, 1957-1961, ABKCO
  • Yes We Can - Part I Lee Dorsey
    Yes We Can / Night People, Raven
  • Everyday People Sly & the Family Stone
    The Essential Sly & the Family Stone, Epic/Legacy
  • Instrumental: Humpin' The Bar-Kays
    Black Rock / Gotta Groove, Stax
  • Love the One You're With Aretha Franklin
    Live at Fillmore West, Atlantic/Rhino
  • Statesboro Blues The Allman Brothers Band
    The Allman Brothers Band at Fillmore East, Capricorn
  • Bosco / Mosco Stomp Coteau
    Highly Seasoned Cajun Music, Rounder
  • I Got Loaded Los Lobos
    How Will the Wolf Survive?, Slash/Warner Bros
  • Instrumental: Okie from Muskogee Lloyd Green
    Lloyd Green And His Steel Guitar, Americana
  • Okie from Muskogee (live) Merle Haggard & the Strangers
    Okie from Muskogee, Capitol
  • Hippie from Olema No. 5 The Youngbloods
    Good and Dusty, Warner Bros
  • Take a Whiff on Me Woody Guthrie
    Muleskinner Blues, Smithsonian Folkways
  • CLIP: Arlo Guthrie
  • Coming Into Los Angeles Arlo Guthrie
    The Best of Arlo Guthrie, Warner Bros
  • SEGMENT: Maria Muldaur
    Listen
  • Tipitina Allen Toussaint
    American Routes original recording,
 
  • Open Bed: Embryonic Journey Jefferson Airplane
    Surrealistic Pillow, RCA
  • That's the Bag I'm In Fred Neil
    Everybody's Talkin', REV-OLA
  • John Wesley Harding Bob Dylan
    John Wesley Harding, Columbia
  • I'm Satisfied Mississippi John Hurt
    The Complete Studio Recordings, Vanguard
  • (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Cat Power
    The Covers Record, Matador
  • Evening Gown Mick Jagger
    Wandering Spirit, Atlantic
  • Instrumental: Truckin' Pickin' on the Grateful Dead
    Pickin' on the Grateful Dead, CMH
  • Clip: Jerry Garcia
  • New Speedway Boogie Grateful Dead
    Workingman's Dead, Warner Bros
  • SEGMENT: Jack Casady
    Listen
  • Instrumental: Know Your Rider Hot Tuna
    Hot Tuna (Live), RCA
  • Duppy Conqueror Bob Marley and the Wailers
    Trenchtown Rock: Anthology 1969 - '78, Trojan
  • May This Be Love Jimi Hendrix
    Are You Experienced?, MCA
  • Shhh / Peaceful Miles Davis
    In a Silent Way, Columbia