And right after Diana’s Red Eye show, Dawn Eclectica returns, 4-7 am Wednesday 9/12, massaging your musical libido & stimulating your mind. Azam Ali treats us to a fusion of Indian and Persian music. George Carlin riffs about baseball, football and religion. Sample Paul McCartney’s newest album and relax to long jams by the Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service.
I unveil the latest edition of my copyright infringement series: Copycats. This time we explore Levy v Lennon. The “greediest man in the world” who owns the copyright to Chuck Berry’s songs sues John Lennon, claiming the latter ripped off the 1956 Berry tune “You Can’t Catch Me” when he wrote “Come Together.” The suit appears to have settled until Phil Spector comes on the scene, wearing a surgeon’s smock and holding a gun. Learn the whole story on September 12. Stream on demand afterwards at archive.kvmr.org.