A good example of why we loved AM radio as a lifeline to all kinds of music, and how it illustrates the sad state of radio today. For all you guys that were interested in this from other threads....Memories of the best radio from the 60's (they just don't make 'em like that anymore): KAAY Beaker Street with Clyde Clifford - June 26, 1970 Here is more than an hour of untelescoped Beaker Street with Clyde Clifford on Friday night, June 26 1970, from 11:00pm to 12:14am. This is submitted by Thomas Connelley of Carbondale, IL... AIRCHECK from 1970...and many more at the bottom of the page (site) Look at this Songset...MC5 too? Oh yeah! Sugarloaf – Green Eyed Lady Sugarloaf – Train Kept a Rollin’ Temptations – Ball of Confusion East of Eden – Xhorkom/Ramadhan/In the Snow For a Blow Flow – Arleen East of Eden – Gum Arabic/Confucius Grand Funk – Hooked on Love MC5 – Rambling Rose/KICK OUT THE JAMS Bob Dylan – Like A Rolling Stone John Hartford – To Say Amboy Dukes – Prodigal Man The Corporation – India The Mighty 1090 KAAY: KAAY Beaker Street with Clyde Clifford - June 26, 1970 We'd put our little AM transistor radio under our pillows so the folks wouldn't hear, and rock on.