|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB2439||Anti-war speech and music / produced by Karen Spaulding.||
Montage of speeches by J.F. Kennedy, Franklin Roosevelt, Will Rogers, and songs by Bob Dylan and...
|KPFA, 15 Nov. 1969.|
|BB2375||Benefit for the Indians on Alcatraz / Malvina Reynolds and Buffy Sainte-Marie||
A benefit performance or the Indians on Alcatraz Island was held December 12, 1969 in Stanford...
|KPFA, December 12, 1969 and March 15, 1970|
|AZ0081||Country Joe McDonald at KPFA.||
Copiapo -- Oh Jamacia! -- Sexist pig -- Baby baby take a look at me -- Colorato town -- Not so...
|KPFA, Apr. 30, 1977.|
|BB4224||Crazy Ruthie / Ruthie Gorton||
Songwriter and performer, Ruthie Gorton, discusses and demonstrates her songs exploring the...
|American Women -- Music and musicians||KPFA, May 18, 1971|
|KZ1151||Malvina and Dorothy / produced by Dorothy Healey.||
Folk singer Malvina Reynolds talks with Dorothy Healey and sings some of her own songs about the...
|American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Music and musicians||KPFK, 8 Jan. 1978; 18 Mar. 1979.|
|AZ0164||No nukes is good nukes / produced by David King Dunaway.||
Music from the anti-nuclear power movement: live performance by Lenny Anderson, Clifford...
|KPFA, June 4, 1978.|
|BC0024||Songs reveal changing moods toward the Vietnam War / produced by Carlos Hagen.||
Musical investigation of changing popular views about Vietnam, particularly in rural America....
|KPFA, 11 Mar. 1971.|
|SZ0451.06||Tex-Mex, rock 'n' roll, and "no" to intervention : an interview with Joe King Carrasco / hosted by Robert Foxworth.||
Documentary series produced from interviews. Robert Foxworth talks with Joe King Carrasco, a...
|KZ0086||The Romance of the revolutionary song / produced by Carlos Hagen.||
Comparison of revolutionary songs from many cultures and times; includes musical examples.
|AZ0314||We shall overcome / produced by David King Dunaway.||
How the early 1960s civil rights movement produced the Freedom Singers. Bernice Johnson Reagon,...
|KPFA, Aug. 1979.|
|BC1364||Where are you now, my son? / Joan Baez.||
Test pressing of a Baez protest song.