KPFA-FM Music Dept. ➔ Worldwide Music: Hi Art (Jan. 29, 1975), 4 of 5

Analog Audio

Event Type
Other Finds
Program Series
Worldwide Music
Program Length
164 min
4 of 5
1975-01-29 | broadcast
| 1974-10-11 | created
A bizarre hodgepodge of music, interviews, and stories. Topics touched upon during this sound collage include public transportation, gender identity, and working in an adult entertainment store. The program begins with a lengthy piece of jazz for electric guitar, drums, and saxophone, interspersed with the DJs talking about BART and their first experiences with LSD. This is followed by a discussion recorded at La Salamandra in which all things pornographic are discussed. Next up is an electronic and noise soundscape by Blue Gene Tyranny, followed by more frank sexual talk from La Salamandra, and then a song by Tyranny and Pat Bova. This is followed by a talk given by Robert Ashley at the 1974 SAU Autumn Festival which is simultaneously translated into French. The show wraps up with a live performance of electric noise jazz.
Musical Selections
Exposure in Little Light / Robert Ashley
Literature & thought
Related places
Berkeley (Calif.) (was recorded at)
Berkeley (Calif.) (was broadcast at)
Related Entities
Ashley, Robert, 1930-
Johnson, Mimi