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

LISTEN: Dig #229

Album cuts by Big Brother & The Holding Company, the Beach Boys, and Wilson Pickett; a cool 1966 single by Chuck Berry; a ’66 hit for Paul Revere & the Raiders; plus early British beat, Blood Sweat and Tears, Les Fleur de Lys, Mitch Ryder, the Turtles; and more.

October 15, 2018

NEW: Dig #230

We’ll listen to a fantastic Hollies b-side, album cuts by Country Joe & The Fish, the Chocolate Watch Band, the Kinks, and Sly & the Family Stone; plus Captain Beefheart, Joe Tex, the Wildlife (pictured), some obscure 45s, and more.

October 14, 2018


Lined up for you: records by Elephant’s Memory, Otis Redding, the Remains, the Grassroots, and John’s Children; 45s by Ike and Tina Turner, the Sons of Adam, Deepest Blue, and the 4 of Us, album cuts by Simon & Garfunkel, Dionne Warwick, and the Grateful Dead, plus more gems from across the 1960s pop music spectrum.

November 15, 2014


1969 singles by Question Mark & The Mysterians, Tyrone Davis, and Nancy Sinatra, album cuts by the 13th Floor Elevators, Grapefruit, the Litter, and the Byrds, plus records by Don Covay, the Kinetic, Marmalade, and more gems.

November 15, 2014


The Who cover the Rolling Stones, the Rolling Stones cover a New Orleans R&B classic, classic R&B by Brenton Wood and Laura Lee, a bunch of under-the-radar singles from 1967, plus records by the Action, It’s A Beautiful Day, Bob Dylan, the Blue Things (pictured) and more gems from across the 1960s pop music spectrum.

November 15, 2014


Here are some of the records lined up for you this hour: album tracks by Sam & Dave, the Beatles, the Rascals, and the Wailers; 45s by the Quadrangle, Our Plastic Dream, and the Indian singer Biddu; the 1966 soul single that inspired one of the Spencer Davis Group’s biggest hits; and much more.

November 15, 2014


45s out of the mid-60s Pacific Northwest scene; album tracks by Ray Charles, the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, the Easybeats, and Neil Young; plus records by the Magic Mushrooms, Danny White, the Mojo Men, the Strawberry Alarm Clock, the End, and more.

November 15, 2014