A weekly radio show exploring the music of the 1960s: British Invasion, soul, psychedelia, garage, girl pop, regional hits, album cuts, b-sides, obscure 45s, and more


It’s a special two-hour show at 45 revolutions per minute as we listen to some of our favorite obscure 45s . You won’t hear the Beatles or the Stones or the Kinks– but you WILL hear the 40 Watt Banana, Ervin Rucker, the Cherry Slush, the Misty Wizards, the Four Shells, 1863 Establishment, the Family Goat, and more. 

April 17, 2018

NEW: DIG #221

You’ll hear records by the Rotary Connection, the Chocolate Watchband, Joe Simon, the Spencer Davis Group, the Supremes, the Mike Stuart Span, the Rolling Stones, the Five Americans, some garage bands, plus many more gems from across the spectrum of 1960s pop music.

Contact: kimclarkdig@gmail.com

March 2, 2018


A ’64 track by the Byrds, a Troggs album cut, one from Marianne Faithfull’s debut album, plus Country Joe & the Fish, Beauregard Ajax, Phil Ochs, the Count Five, Sounds of Modification, garage band 45s and more.

November 14, 2014


We’ll listen to a 1969 Deep Purple performance from the BBC Top Gear program, a Velvet Underground track that sat on the shelf for almost 20 years, a cool Ray Charles b-side, garage band singles out of Texas, plus records by the Blues Project, the Equals, and many others.

November 14, 2014


In this hour: album tracks by the Moody Blues, Simon & Garfunkel, Cream, Gladys Knight & The Pips, and the Buckinghams; soul 45s by Holly Maxwell and Herbie Goins & the Night-Timers; plus records by the Fourmyula, Petula Clark, Peter & Gordon, American garage bands, and more.

November 14, 2014


We’ll spin records by the Bonniwell Music Machine, Bluesology featuring Elton John, Little Phil & the Night Shadows, and Nazz, a ’64 B-side for Them, mid-60s b-sides from the Lovin Spoonful and the Standells, and much more.

November 14, 2014


Album cuts by Small Faces, Marvin Gaye, the Peanut Butter Conspiracy, the Monkees, and Love, a 1966 45 by T Bone Burnett’s garage band the Loose Ends, other 45s by the Poor Souls, the Brentwoods, and the Vibrations…. and more gems from across the ’60s pop music spectrum.

November 14, 2014