Albert Kahn papers   1896-2014
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   Container / Location    Title
 
Sound reels [series]:
 
Meetings of White Panther Party and Rainbow People's Party     (Unit I)  
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White Panther Party meeting and criticism,  1968     (Unit I, no. 1)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Discussion and music recorded at the Rainbow People's Party headquarters,  1971     (Unit I, no. 2)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in)
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Meeting for John Sinclair,  October 28, 1971     (Unit I, no. 3)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in., double track)
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Rainbow People's Party,  1971-1972     (tracks 1,2,3 are central committee meetings held on December 28-31, 1971 track 4 is plenary meeting held on January 1, 1972 at 1520 Hill Street, Ann Arbor)   (Unit I, no. 4)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in)
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House meetings, probably of Ranibow People's Party,  1972     (Unit I, no. 5)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
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Rainbow People's Party plenary meeting,  January 2, 1972     (Unit I, no. 6)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Rainbow People's Party central committee meetings,     (Unit I, no. 7)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
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Rainbow People's Party central committee sessions,  January 26 and 28, 1972     (Unit I, no. 8)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
 
Meetings of White Panther Party and Rainbow People's Party     (Unit I) 
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Rainbow People's Party plenary meeting,  January 29-31, 1972     (Unit I, no. 9)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
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Rainbow People's Party central committee meetings,  January 31-February 3, 1972     (Unit I, no. 10)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
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Rainbow People's Party central committee session held at the Michigan Union,  February 3, 1972     (Unit I, no. 11)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono)
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Rainbow People's Party central committee meeting,  February 10, 1972     (Unit I, no. 12)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Rainbow People's Party central committee sessions and interview with John Sinclair recently out of prison.     (Unit I, no. 13)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
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Rainbow People's Party plenary meetings,  February 14, 17, 18, 1972     (Unit I, no. 14) 
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Rainbow People's Party plenary meetings,  March 6, 9, 1972     (Unit I, no. 15)  (1-7/8 ips and 3-3/4 ips; 7 in.; 4 track mono.)
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Rainbow People's Party evaluation meetings,  September 13-14, 1972     (Unit I, no. 16)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in.; double track)
 
Interviews with, and speeches of, counter-culture figures [subseries]:     (Unit II) 
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Interview with Pun Plamondon conducted by Bernadine Dohrn,  undated     (Unit II, no. 17)  (1-7/8 ips; 7 in)
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Speech given at Hill Auditorium concerning drugs and the youth culture,  undated     (Unit II, no. 18)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; 2 track mono)
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Interview with the People's Band, official representatives of the White Panther Party,  undated     (Unit II, no. 19)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Interview with Frank Bach and Jeanie Plamondon on "Talk Back" show, WCBN-FM,  undated     (Unit II, no. 20)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Interview of Avatar staff on WFMU,  undated     (Unit II, no. 21)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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John Sinclair Interview, WWUH, West Hartford, CT,  undated (2 reels)     (Unit II, nos. 22-23)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in)
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John Sinclair on the David Nueman show (marijuana laws discussion,  undated     (Unit II, no. 24)  (3 3/4 ips., 7 in)
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Bobby Seale Interview and press conference,  undated     (Unit II, no. 25)  (1 7/8 ips.s 7 in.)
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Duke Ellington Interview at Fountain Street Church, Grand Rapids MI,  April 17, 1966     (Unit II, no. 26)  (? ips., 7 in)
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Interview with Marshall Rubinoff conducted by John Sinclair in Detroit,  November 16, 1967     (Unit II, no. 27)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Interview with John Sinclair,  1968     (Unit II, no. 28)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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John Sinclair interview with John Askins of Detroit Free Press, Marquette Prison,  November 1969     (Unit II, No. 29)  (5 in. 1 7/8 ips)
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Speech made by Robert Williams at Black Panther benefit, undated, and interview in jail with Black Panther member, Bobby Seale,  December 7, 1969     (Unit II, no. 30)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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WXYZ-FM show, "Spare Change,"  December 31, 1969     (Unit II, nos. 31-32)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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WXYZ-FM show, "Spare Change," with Peter Werbe, Ken Kelley, and Leni Sinclair,  June 7, 1970     (Unit II, no. 33)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Hank Malone show with John and Leni Sinclair,  December 20, 1971     (Unit II, no. 34)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Hank Malone show with John and Leni Sinclair,  December 20, 1971     (Unit II, no. 35)  (1-7/8 ips, 7 in., double track)
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Discussion concerning John Sinclair while he was in prison,  1971     (Unit II, no. 36)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Stew Cox interviews with Archie Shepp on WDET,  1971     (Unit II, no. 37)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Outtakes from John Sinclair radio special,  1971     (includes Allen Ginsberg introduction of Sinclair, and Sinclair reading at the Berkely Poetry Conference 1965, Leni Sinclair and David Sinclair speaking on drug arrests and sentencing)   (Unit II, no. 38)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Interview with Dave and Leni Sinclair and Gary Grimshaw by Jesse Crawford,  1972?     (Unit II, no. 39)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Mike Brenner show on WRIF-FM with John Sinclair,  January 24, 1972     (Unit II, no. 40)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Interview with Dave Sinclair concerning political history of Rainbow People's Party and its predecessors,  July 14, 1973     (Unit II, no. 41)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in )
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Talk show concerning Tribal Funding, Inc., represented by Frank Baer, Jeanie Plamondon and John Sinclair,  undated     (Unit II, no. 42)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Community Comment talk show with John Sinclair concerning Tribal Funding, Inc.,  December 3, 1973     (Unit II, no. 43)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Patricia Hearst interview,  June 7, 1974     (Unit II, no. 44)  (7-1/2 ips., 5 in.)
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Joilette Payne/Mary Rosenthal conversion labeled "the Dick Cavett of Oak Park,"  January 2, 1983     (discussion of Sinclair and other topics)   (Unit II, no. 45) 
 
Free Park Concerts [subseries]:     (Unit III) 
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"Full Tilt Benefit" rock concert music,  undated     (Unit III, no. 46)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Ann Arbor Community Park Program on WNRZ-FM,  July-August 1972 (3 reels)     (Unit III, nos. 47-49)  (7-1/2 and 3 and 3 3/4 ips. 7 in.)
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Ann Arbor park concert performance of Radio King Band  June 12, 1973     (Unit III, no. 50)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Deliverance, rock group, performance at the free park concert held at the Otis Spann Memorial Field,  June 24, 1973     (Unit III, no. 51)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.)
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Rock group "Truth" at Ann Arbor park concert,  June 24, 1973     (Unit III, no. 52)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Rock group Deliverance at a park concert,  July 8, 1973     (Unit III, no. 53)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
 
Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival performances [subseries]:     (Unit IV) 
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Recording,  September 1972     (Unit IV, nos. 54-57)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Recording of Art Ensemble of Chicago group,  September 1972     (Unit IV, no. 58)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Female vocalist, Cocoa,  undated     (Unit IV, no. 59)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Various performances,  undated     (Unit IV, nos. 60-64)  ((7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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General announcements followed by performance by Robert Junior Lockwood,  1974     (Unit IV, no. 65)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Recording,  1974     (Unit IV, nos. 66-67)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Performances include negro spirituals, such as "Amazing Grace,"  1974     (Unit IV, no. 68)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Various performances,  undated     (Unit IV, nos. 69-73)  (7 in.)
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"Ann Arbor Boogie" recordings of various performances,  September 1973 (4 reels)     (Unit IV, nos. 74-77)  (7 in.)
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"Detroit Blues" various artists' performances,  September 1973 (2 reels)     (Unit IV, nos. 78-79)  (7 in.)
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"Chicago Blues" various artist performances, undated, (2 reels)     (Unit IV, nos. 80-81)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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 1972 Recordings, various performances (4 reels)     (Unit IV, nos. 82-85)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in.)
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 1973 Recordings, various performances (5 reels)     (Unit IV, nos. 86-90)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in.)
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Hound Dog Taylor,  September 1973 (2 reels)     (Unit IV, nos. 91-92)  (7 in.)
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Mighty Joe Young, September,  1973 (3 reels)     (Unit IV, no. 93, 94, 94a)  (7 in.)
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Sun Ra,  September 1973     (Unit IV, no. 95)  (7 in.)
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Louis Spahn with Mighty Joe Young,  September 1973     (Unit IV, no. 96)  (7 in.)
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John Sinclair and Jim Dulzo discussing and playing cuts from the 1972 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival LP,  May 1973     (Unit IV, no. 97-98)  (7 1-2 ips, 7 in)
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WDET Broadcast? of,  1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival,     (Unit IV, no. 99)  (7 in)
 
John Sinclair rallies [subseries]:     (Unit V) 
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10 for 2 soundtrack (from John Sinclair Freedom Rally, Ann Arbor),  December 10, 1971 (2 reels)     (Unit V, nos. 100-101)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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10 for 2 soundtrack,  December 10, 1971     (remastered July, 1981)   (Unit V, no. 102)  (7-1/2 ips., 10 in.)
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Free John Now rally, 1971     (labeled "first half")   (Unit V, no 103)  (7 /12 ips., 7 in.)
 
Poetry performances, and recordings [subseries]:     (Unit VI) 
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John Sinclair Selected Reading,  1964     (Unit VI, no. 104)  (7 in.)
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John Sinclair, Robn Eidele, George Tysh, Poets and Press Theatre Benefit,  1965     (Unit VI, no. 105)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in)
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John Sinclair, Robn Eidele, George Tysh, Poets and Press Theatre Benefit,  1965     (Unit VI, no. 105)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in)
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John and David Sinclair reading,  1966     (Unit VI, no. 106)  (7 in.)
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John Sinclair reading "Rock and Roll is a Weapon of Cultural Revolution," with Bob Rudnick reading "Preview," and Pharaoh Sanders at end of reading,  Spring 1969     (Unit VI, no. 107)  (7-1/2 ips. 5 in.)
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Allen Ginsberg, "Prayer for John Sinclair,"  November, 1971 (2 reels)     (Unit VI, no. 108-109)  (15 ips., 7 in. and 7-1/2 ips, 5 in.)
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John Sinclair, Ed Sanders, Ken Milikoski reading at University of Detroit,  1972     (Unit VI, no. 110)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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John Sinclair, Jerry Younkins reading at the University of Michigan,  1972     (Unit VI, no. 111)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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John Sinclair and his Blues Scholars, at Alvin's,  1985     (Unit VI, no. 112-113)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
 
Sinclair or Michigan related music performances [subseries]:     (Unit V) 
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John Badanjek "Coleman Young" and other songs     (Unit VII, no. 114)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Music by Sidney James Blair and Vision,  undated     (Unit VII, no. 115)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Buddies in the Saddle, at Pretzel Bell, Ann Arbor,  August 29, 1972     (Unit VII, no. 116)  (3 3/4 ips. 7 in.)
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Carnal Kitchen at "Trust Busters Ball" Ann Arbor,  c. 1972-1973     (Unit VII, no. 117)  (3 3/4 ips., 7 in.)
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Ornette Coleman jazz music and PCC (People's Communication Committee) news dubs,  undated     (Unit VII, no. 118)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.)
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Deluxe, 5 songs,  November 1, 1974     (Unit VII, no. 119)  (7-1/2 ips, 7in.)
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Detroit, live and studio recordings, (5 reels)     (Unit VII, no. 120-124)  (7-1/2 and 3 3/4 ips., 7 in)
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Electric Express, sickle cell anemia benefit, Flint,  August 31, 1973     (Unit VII, no. 125)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Flying Tigers, demos,  1983     (Unit VII, no. 126)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Guardian Angel live and studio recordings, primarily,  1972 (5 reels)     (Unit VII, no. 127)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Infinite Sound (demo tape),  1973     (Unit VII, no. 128)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Lightnin, various live demo recordings and live performances,  1972-1974 (4 reels)     (Unit VII, nos. 129-133)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Lightnin, various live demo recordings and live performances,  1972-1974 (4 reels)     (Unit VII, nos. 129-133)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Juanita McCray and her Motor City Beat, St. Andrews Hall.,  August 1983     (Unit VII, no. 134)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Scott Morgan "Soul Mover" and "Take a Look,"     (Unit VII, no. 135)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
 
MC 5 recordings
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MC 5 live at the Grande Ballroom,  May 26, 1968     (Unit VII, no. 136)  (15 ips, 7 in.)
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MC 5 live at the Union Ballroom,  September 23, 1968     (Unit VII, no. 137)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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MC 5 live a the Grande Ballroom,  October 10, 1968     (Unit VII, no. 138)  (7-1/2 ips. 7in.)
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MC 5 and the Rationals live at the Grande Ballroom,  October 27, 1968     (Unit VII, no. 139)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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MC 5 Back in the USA sessions,  July-August, 1969 (3 reels)     (Unit VII, no. 140-142)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in.)
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MC 5 jam session, labeled "probably November 8, 9 1970"     (Unit VII, no. 143)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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MC 5 jam at Headsound Studios, Ypsilanti,  November 8, 1970 (2 reels)     (7 1/2 ips, 7 in.))  (Unit VII, nos. 144-145)
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Mojo Boogie Band "Get Away" and "Go Home with You,"  November 4, 1974     (Unit VII, no. 146)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in.)
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Mutants, various songs,  August 1974     (Unit VII, no. 147)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Jazz music, "Omnibus" December 1972     (Unit VII, no. 148)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Radio King and His Court of Rhythm, various live, demo, and studio recordings, primarily,  1972-1975 (8 reels)     (Unit VII, no. 148-155)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Ramble Crowe, live WNRZ Sunday People's Concert,  undated     (Unit VII, no. 156)  (7 in.)
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Rationals live at the Grande Ballroom,  ca. October 27, 1968     (Unit VII, no. 157)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Spikedrivers, various songs, summer,  1967     (Unit VII, no. 158)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in)
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Tate Blues Band, live at Otis Spawn Memorial Park, Ann Arbor,  June 24, 1973     (Unit VII, no. 159)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Terraplane, various songs,  June 21, 1973     (Unit VII, no. 160)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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Unicorn News, sound collage of Democratic National Convention,  1972     (Unit VII, no. 161)  (3-3/4 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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The Up, various live, demo and studio recordings, primarily,  1969-1972 (19 reels)     (Unit VII, nos. 162-180)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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The Urbations, various live, demo and studio recordings, primarily,  1982-1984 (8 reels)     (Unit VII, no. 181-188)  (primarily 7 /12 ips., 7 in.)
 
Music related radio shows and promotional spots [subseries]:     (Unit VIII) 
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WABX, "History of the Detroit Underground," radio show,  1971-1972     (Unit VIII, no. 189)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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WBCN, Ann Arbor, "Sister's Radio Show #1,"  1972     (Unit VIII, no. 190)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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WDET, Detroit, "Intro to Dizzy (Gillespie) concert,"  1978     (Unit VIII, no. 191)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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WEMU, Ypsilanti, John Sinclair and Michael G. Nastos,  1981 (3 reels)     (Unit VIII, no. 192)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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WGPR, Detroit, "Electrifying Mojo,"  July 21, 1981     (Unit VIII, no. 193)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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WGPR, Detroit, "Electrifying Mojo,"  November 26, 1981     (Unit VIII, no. 194)  (7-1/2 ips, 7 in.)
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WGPR, Detroit, "Electrifying Mojo," Spring,  1982 and Duke-A-Paduka on WWOZ, Orleans,  May 1982     (Unit VIII, no. 195)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in.)
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WJLB, Rev. Pennington on WJLB,  December 24, 1977     (Unit VIII, no. 196)  (7-1/2 ips. 7 in.)
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WNRZ, Mock radio show proposal, October 31, 1970.     (Unit VIII, no. 197)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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WNRZ, Dr. John Interview,  December 12, 1972     (Unit VIII, no. 198)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in)
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WNRZ, "Toke Time with John Sinclair,"  March 26, 1973     (Unit VIII, no. 199)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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"Weird Radio Air Checks and Debris," assembled,  1981     (Unit VIII, no. 200)  (7-1/2 ips., 7 in.)
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Bob Rudnick Radio Spots, approximately,  1969-1970     (Unit VIII, no. 201)  (15 ips., 7 in)
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Lightnin' spot for "WNRZ Marathon," approximately,  1970-1972     (Unit VIII, no. 202)  (7 in)
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People's Communication Committee "Takin Over" spot.     (Unit VIII, no. 203)  (5 in.)
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WBCN spots (Music of Detroit, Various concerts),  August 4, 1979     (Unit VIII, no. 204)  (5 in.)
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Miscellaneous spots,  1972-1973     ("Shots" promo with Bob Rudnick, Get out the Vote promo with Lightnin', Grande Ballroom benefit promos, "Bail Bond Boogie" promos) also includes The Up "Just Like an Aborigine" 45)   (Unit VIII, no. 205)  (7-1/2 ips. 5 in.)
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UMSOM spots for Concert,  December 7, 1979     (Unit VIII, no. 206)  (7-1/2 ips. 5 in.)
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Promo Spots (Music of Detroit and Jazz Development Workshop, Allied Artists Concert),  August 4, 1979     (Unit VIII, no. 207)  (7-1/2 ips., 5 in.)
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Sample commercial spots produced by Rainbow Productions for promotional purposes and P.C.C. Michigan Boogie,  1972-1973     (Unit VIII, no. 208)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)
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Two commercial spots selling the,  1972 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival festival album,  1973     (Unit VIII, no. 209)  (7-1/2 ips; 4 in.; double track)
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WNRZ commercial spot advertising "Part III. The Music of John Coltrane," with John Sinclair and Dexter Q; and P.C.C. newscasts and election endorsements,  February 1973     (Unit VIII, no. 210)  (7-1/2 ips; 7 in.; double track)