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OVER THE EDGE: HOW RADIO WAS DONE – PART 26
1967 flowers with the Beatles making the “Magical Mystery Tour” film and album, The Supremes and their Coke ad, John Cage and Morton Feldman discuss radio and silence, and back to San Francisco for the Human Be-In, The Diggers, and seminal bands playing for free in the street, including some dynamite live Moby Grape and Mother Earth. Lots of music in this one. (December 21, 2006)
Over the Edge (or, OTE) is a sound collage radio program hosted and produced by Don Joyce. Joyce is also a member of the pioneering sound collage band Negativland, members of which frequently make guest appearances on Over the Edge. A series of Over the Edge episodes have been released under the Negativland name. http://www.negativland.com/ote/?p=337
Founded in 1981, OTE is broadcast live on KPFA in Berkeley, California, every second, third, and fourth Thursday morning from 12am to 3am. On the rare occasion of a month with a fifth Thursday OTE runs an additional two hours, from 12am to 5am. The show is also available on-line, streamed live from KPFA.org (where you can also podcast the show), or from Negativland.com, where many older episodes are available as well.
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