ABOVE: Print ad
from the Milline Club show program, December 1971
FRONT ROW (from left):
Stefan Ponek, Trish Robbins, unidentified naked woman,
Edward Bear (with Dave
McQueen's arm over his shoulder), Paul Boucher (head showing
over Peter Laufer's), Peter Laufer
(wearing black hat), Chandler Laughlin (Travus T. Hipp);
BACK ROW (from left): Bob McClay, Richard
Gossett, unknown, Dave McQueen (above Edward Bear), Bobby
Cole (behind Paul Boucher), Dusty Street,
Doug Dunlap (with cowboy hat and glasses); REAR CENTER:
Willis Duff (station manager, in Napoleon hat).
Bob Postle presents an hour-plus
retrospective of Dylan's work to date, sponsored by Columbia
Records (which had recently released his "Nashville Skyline"
LP) and featuring a guest appearance by the Congress of
Wonders. The original stereo recording heard in this exhibit
is from the collection of
Links, who also digitally remastered the audio for
In the wake of the cataclysmic free concert
at Altamont Speedway (near Tracy, Calif.) one day earlier,
Stefan Ponek hosts a post-mortem program on KSAN featuring
several people tied to the event. In this recording, Sonny
Barger, founder/president of the Oakland Chapter of the
Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club, phones in to the station to
share his perspective of what happened that day.
The KSAN Gnus Department reports on the
demise of KMPX FM 107, where the primordial roots of The
Jive 95 had been planted two years earlier. Includes a
recording of Roland Young and other members of the KMPX
staff before the plug is pulled on the station.
A weekend's-worth of Dylan-oriented
programming on The Jive 95, all in advance of his concert
appearance with The Band at the Oakland Coliseum Arena on
Feb. 11, starting with a Saturday night salute by Big Daddy
himself. Next, enjoy nearly two hours of Ben Fong-Torres and
his tales of Dylan, including plenty of music and excerpts
from an interview with Robbie Robertson of The Band.
To celebrate its tenth year as KSAN, the
station simulcasts "films made for television" (later known
simply as "videos") of popular musical acts, including
Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Rolling
Stones and Santana, in conjunction with KQED (Channel 9).
Includes intros by KSAN general manager Jerry Graham, Glenn
Lambert, Norm Winer and Tony Kilbert. After the simulcast,
stay tuned for a lengthy segment of KSAN music (without
The final rock'n'roll morning show on KSAN before the switch
to "Modern Country," featuring a phone call from KFRC's Rick
Shaw, an interesting mixture of "farewell" songs, a collage
of memories and a final list of thank-yous from Stephen &
Jack. The recording concludes with a short segment of Billy
Juggs' shift on "the station you'll never forget."
— Exhibit includes additional text.
— Exhibit includes audio.
— Fair-to-poor audio quality.
— Edited (scoped) aircheck.
JZ — Courtesy of Jim
MZ — Courtesy of Mike
RL — Courtesy of Richard Links.
RT — Courtesy of Ron