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Michael Lydon Collection, 1977-1997 bulk 1995-1997

A Guide to His Papers and Sound Recordings for His Research on Ray Charles at the Indiana University Archives of African American Music and Culture

Finding aid prepared by Brenda Nelson-Strauss

Summary Information

Repository
Indiana University, Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC)
Smith Research Center, Rooms 180-181
2805 E. 10th St.
Bloomington, IN 47408-2601
Phone: 812-855-8547
Fax: 812-856-0333
Email: aaamc@indiana.edu
http://www.indiana.edu/~aaamc

Creator
Lydon, Michael

Title
Michael Lydon Collection, 1977-1997bulk 1995-1997

Collection No.
SC 31

Extent
93 audiocassettes : analog, stereo + 7 audio discss (digital, stereo ; 4 3/4) + 1 document case

Language
Materials are in English.

Abstract
Collection includes audiocassette recordings of interviews about Ray Charles for Lydon's book Ray Charles : Man and Music (2004), a radio series about Ray Charles based on Lydon's book, complete or partial transcripts for many of the interviews organized loosely into book chapters, interviews with and about other African American musicians, class lectures given by Lydon at Indiana University and related publicity materials, and original music performed by Lydon.

Access Restrictions

Compact disc reference copies of the audiocassettes in the "Ray Charles Interviews/Programs" series are available for in-house use at the Archives of African American Music and Culture, Indiana University. Items in other series may require the creation of a reference copy. If you would like to access an item without a reference copy, please contact our staff well in advance of your visit for details.

Biographical Note

Michael Lydon graduated from Yale University in 1965 and embarked on a career as a writer and musician. He covered the Civil Rights Movement for the Boston Globe and then moved on to Newsweek where he worked as a staff reporter for the London and San Francisco bureaus.

In 1967 he was invited by Jann Wenner to become a founding editor of Rolling Stone. During this period he experienced the London music scene first hand, regularly attended performances at the Fillmore and Avalon Ballrooms in San Francisco, and joined the Rolling Stones on a cross-country tour.

In the 1970s he turned to singing and songwriting and still performs regularly with partner Ellen Mandel. His first book, Rock Folk (1971), was followed by Boogie Lightning : How Music Became Electric (1974), Flashbacks : Eyewitness Accounts of the Rock Revolution (2003), and Songwriting Success : How to Write Songs for Fun and (Maybe) Profit (2004). While researching his highly acclaimed biography Ray Charles : Man and Music (2004), Lydon traveled around the country interviewing Charles's friends and associates.

Arrangement

Arranged in 3 series:
  • Series 1. Ray Charles Interviews/Programs
  • Series 2. Musician Interviews [ongoing]
  • Series 3. Michael Lydon Interviews/Performances

Scope and Content Note

Collection includes 91 audiocassette recordings of interviews about Ray Charles, a radio series about Ray Charles based on Lydon's book (2 compact discs), complete or partial transcripts for many of the interviews organized loosely into book chapters (electronic files), interviews with and about other African American musicians (3 compact discs), class lectures given by Lydon at Indiana University and related publicity materials, and original music performed by Lydon (2 compact discs).

The bulk of the interviews were conducted by Lydon between 1995-1997 in preparation for his biography about Ray Charles. In addition to three interviews with Charles, there are also interviews with many of Charles's friends, family members, and associates including former managers and band members. Overall, the interviews document the significant contributions to American music by Charles, whose gospel-inflected rhythm and blues gave birth to soul. Of broader interest are the conversations with a multitude of musicians and record company personnel whose careers spanned the decades 1940-1980, providing a first person chronicle of the post-war emergence and influence of Black popular music.

Related materials include a BBC Radio 2 series, Ray Charles : Man and Music based on Lydon's book, and various promotional and biographical materials. Recent accessions include earlier interviews conducted by Lydon with Bo Diddley and Wilson Pickett. Materials documenting Lydon's career include commercial CDs featuring original music performed by Lydon, recordings of lectures given by Lydon during a 2001 visit to Indiana University, and various collected writings: Lyrics : 1971-2001 (Patrick Press, 2001); Now What? : A Philosophy of Freedom and Equality (Patrick Press, 1993); and Freedom Now! : Reports from Mississippi and the South, 1964-1965 (Patrick Press, 2002).

Administrative Information

Accruals Information
Additions to Series 2, "Musician Interviews," are ongoing.
Acquisition Information
Donated by Michael Lydon in 2002, 2008, and 2009.
Usage Restrictions
All requests for copying and publishing materials must be submitted in writing to the Archives of African American Music and Culture. Some publication requests may also require the written permission of the interviewer and interviewee.
Preferred Citation
SC 31, Michael Lydon Collection, Archives of African American Music and Culture, Indiana University.
Processing Information
Processed by AAAMC staff.

Completed in 2009.

Preservation and access funded in part by a grant from the GRAMMY® Foundation.

Collection Inventory

Series: 1. Ray Charles Interviews/programs, 1994-1997 

91 cassettes (5,780 minutes) : analog, stereo ; 1 7/8 ips + documentation

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by interviewee's last name.


Abrams, Bob, 1995 May 31

Collector's No(s).
16B--17A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1085--cass 1086

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (99 minutes)

Content

Interview with Bob Abrams, Charles' longtime press agent; recorded at Junior's Restaurant, West Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 10--CDREF 11, CDREF 258

Adams, Joe, 1995 September 9

Collector's No(s).
33

Shelf No(s).
cass 1102

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (68 minutes)

Content

Interview with Joe Adams, Charles' longtime manager and closest business associate; recorded in a hotel room in New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 35

Alen, Dick, 1995 May 30,

Collector's No(s).
16A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1085

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (45 minutes)

Content

Interview with Dick Alen, Charles' longtime agent in Black music; recorded at the William Morris Office, Beverly Hills, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 10--CDREF 11

Alter, Henry, 1995 December 27

Collector's No(s).
64

Shelf No(s).
cass 1136

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (60 minutes)

Content

Interview with Henry Alter, friend and colleague of Dr. Frederick Hacker, who was Charles' psychiatrist in the mid-1960s while Charles was putting down heroin; recorded in Alter's home in Hastings, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 303

Baker, Carolyn, 1995 September 25

Collector's No(s).
34A/B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1103

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (51 minutes)

Content

Interview with Carolyn Baker, Artist Relations staffer at Warner Bros. Records while Charles was there in the 1990s; recorded at Warner Bros. Records in Burbank, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 265--CDREF 266

Behn, Paul, 1995 December

Collector's No(s).
5

Shelf No(s).
cass 1074

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (88 minutes)

Content

Interview with Paul Behn, former classmate of Charles' from the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. Behn later became a teacher at the school; recorded at Behn's home in Jacksonville, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 249--CDREF 250

Berry, Dorothy, 1996 April 19

Collector's No(s).
74

Shelf No(s).
cass 1146

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (63 minutes)

Content

Interview with Dorothy Berry, who was a Raelet in the 1970s; recorded in Chino, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 314

Bienstock, Miriam, 1995 April

Collector's No(s).
13

Shelf No(s).
cass 1082

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (60 minutes)

Content

Interview with Miriam Bienstock, former wife of Herb Abramson, who helped him found Atlantic Records; recorded at Bienstocks' home in New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 255

Braithwaite, David, 1996 April

Collector's No(s).
79--80A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1151--cass 1152

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (94 minutes)

Content

Interview with David Braithwaite, recording engineer for Ray Charles in the early 1970s; recorded at a restaurant in Alta Vista, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 321--CDREF 322

Brown, Jeff, 1995 June 20

Collector's No(s).
21

Shelf No(s).
cass 1090

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (73 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jeff Brown, Charles' manager in the 1950s; recorded in Brown's limousine at Hotel Wellington, New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 21

Brown, Jeff, 1995 June 23

Collector's No(s).
22

Shelf No(s).
cass 1091

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (46 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jeff Brown, Charles' manager in the 1950s; recorded in Brown's limousine at Hotel Wellington, New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 22

Brown, Jeff, 1995 June 27

Collector's No(s).
23

Shelf No(s).
cass 1091--cass 1092

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (183 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jeff Brown, Charles' manager in the 1950s; recorded in Brown's limousine at Hotel Wellington, New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 23--CDREF 24

Brown, Ruth, 1995 July 29

Collector's No(s).
30

Shelf No(s).
cass 1099

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (22 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ruth Brown, rhythm and blues singer on Atlantic Records before Charles; recorded at the Newport Blues Festival, Rhode Island.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 34

Brown, Shirley, 1996 August 27

Collector's No(s).
88

Shelf No(s).
cass 1160

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (78 minutes)

Content

Interview with Shirley Brown, wife of Jeff Brown (widow when interviewed); recorded at a restaurant in New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 329--CDREF 330

Bryant, John, 1995 October 3

Collector's No(s).
54

Shelf No(s).
cass 1126

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (76 minutes)

Content

Interview with John Bryant, drummer for Charles in the 1970s; recorded at Bryant's home in Dallas.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 290--CDREF 291

Burns, Ralph, 1996 April 17

Collector's No(s).
70

Shelf No(s).
cass 1142

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (42 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ralph Burns, jazz arranger who did the arrangement for Charles' "Georgia on My Mind"; recorded at Burn's home in the Hollywood Hills, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 309

Cason, Richard, 1996 April 23

Collector's No(s).
76A-B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1148

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (36 minutes)

Content

Interview with Richard Cason, a synthesizer player/arranger for Charles in the 1990s; recorded at Carson's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 317

Catlett, Buddy, 1995 May

Collector's No(s).
15A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1084

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (37 minutes)

Content

Interview with Buddy Catlett, Seattle saxophonist and bass player who knew Charles in the late-1940s; recorded at Catlett's home in Seattle, Washington.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 257

Charles, Ray, 1996 April 23

Collector's No(s).
1-2

Shelf No(s).
cass 1070--cass 1071

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (67 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ray Charles in his office at the RPM building in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 1-2

Charles, Ray, 1996 April 23

Collector's No(s).
3

Shelf No(s).
cass 1072

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (22 minutes)

Content

Brief tour of Ray Charles' studio with Charles as guide.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 3

Charles, Ray, 1997 May 29

Collector's No(s).
4

Shelf No(s).
cass 1073

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (45 minutes)

Content

Ray Charles at RPM during an Esquire Magazine photo shoot.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 4

Chenier, Duana, 1996 April 17

Collector's No(s).
71

Shelf No(s).
cass 1143

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (69 minutes)

Content

Interview Duana Chenier, ex-wife of Ray Charles, Jr.; recorded at Chenier's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 310

Cooper, Leroy, 1995 July 25

Collector's No(s).
28-29

Shelf No(s).
cass 1097--cass 1098

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (120 minutes)

Content

Interview with Leroy Cooper, band member from the 1950s to the 1970s; recorded at Cooper's home in Orlando, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 31--CDREF 33

Cooper, Leroy and Phil Guilbeau, 1995 July 24

Collector's No(s).
26A/B--27

Shelf No(s).
cass 1095--cass 1096

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (approximately 135 minutes) : analog, stereo

Content

Interview with Leroy Cooper and Phil Guilbeau, band members from the 1950s to the 1970s; recorded at Cooper's home in Orlando, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 27--CDREF 30

Coton, Susaye Greene

Note

SEE: Greene, Susaye.


Crawford, Hank, 1996 June 14

Collector's No(s).
83--84

Shelf No(s).
cass 1155--cass 1156

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (120 minutes)

Content

Interview with Hank Crawford, saxophonist and bandleader for Charles in the late-1950s; recorded at a restaurant and at Lydon's home.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 16--CDREF 17

Dowd, Tom, 1995 July 23,

Collector's No(s).
25--26A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1094--cass 1095

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (180 minutes)

Content

Interview with Tom Dowd, an engineer for Atlantic Records in the 1950s; recorded at Dowd's home in Miami, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 25--CDREF 28

Dufour, Joel, 1995 November

Collector's No(s).
63

Shelf No(s).
cass 1135

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (75 minutes)

Content

Interview with Joel Dufour, French fan and Ray Charles activist; recorded at Dufour's house near Paris, France.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 301--CDREF 302

Ertegun, Ahmet, 1995 March 29

Collector's No(s).
9

Shelf No(s).
cass 1078

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (67 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ahmet Ertegun, founder of Atlantic Records and early record producer of Charles; recorded in Ertegun's office at 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 5

Feller, Sid, 1995 October 1

Collector's No(s).
38.3--39

Shelf No(s).
cass 1110--cass 1111

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (146 minutes)

Content

Interview with Sid Feller, ABC Records producer in the 1950s-1960s and arranger for Charles in the 1960s and 1970s; recorded at Feller's home in Camarillo, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 36--CDREF 38

Feller, Sid, 1996 April 26

Collector's No(s).
40

Shelf No(s).
cass 1112

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (78 minutes)

Content

Interview with Sid Feller, ABC Records producer in the 1950s-1960s and arranger for Charles in the 1960s and 1970s; recorded at Feller's home in Camarillo, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 39--CDREF 40

Fisher, Mary Ann, 1995 October

Collector's No(s).
60B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1132

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (45 minutes)

Content

Interview with Mary Ann Fisher, singer for Ray Charles' band in the 1950s; recorded in Louisville, Kentucky.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 14--CDREF 15

Gratts, Bob, 1996 April

Collector's No(s).
81

Shelf No(s).
cass 1153

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (56 minutes)

Content

Interview with Bob Gratts, engineer at RPM Studio in the 1970s and 1980s.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 323

Guilbeau, Phil

Note

SEE: Cooper, Leroy and Phil Guilbeau .


Greene, Susaye, 1996 April 25

Collector's No(s).
77--78

Shelf No(s).
cass 1149--cass 1150

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (88 minutes)

Content

Interview with Susaye Greene, Raelet in the 1960s and 1970s; recorded in a restaurant in Sherman Oaks, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 318--CDREF 319

Grosz, Jean Pierre, 1995 November 11

Collector's No(s).
61--62

Shelf No(s).
cass 1133--cass 1134

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (130 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jean Pierre Grosz, French concert and record producer and a close associate of Ray Charles in the 1980s-1990s; recorded at Grosz's home in Paris, France.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 297--CDREF 300

Hubert, Traf, 1995 May

Collector's No(s).
14

Shelf No(s).
cass 1083

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (61 minutes)

Content

Interview with Traf Hubert, Seattle bass player who knew Charles in the late-1940s; recorded at Hubert's home in Seattle, Washington.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 256

Hunt, Margie, 1997 March 23

Collector's No(s).
89B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1161

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (32 minutes)

Content

Interview with Margie Hunt, person involved with Charles' country and Western recordings; recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 331

John, Mable, 1995 September 27

Collector's No(s).
42A/B--43

Shelf No(s).
cass 1114--cass 1115

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (110 minutes)

Content

Interview with Mable John, lead Raelet in the 1960s and 1970s; recorded at John's home in Los Angeles.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 274--CDREF 276

Kaye, Jeff, 1995 October 2

Collector's No(s).
52

Shelf No(s).
cass 1124

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (64 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jeff Kaye, trumpeter for Charles in the 1980s-1990s; recorded at Kaye's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 288

Knowles, Otis, 1994 December

Collector's No(s).
7B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1076

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (39 minutes)

Content

Interview with Otis Knowles, a teacher from the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, Charles' former school; recorded in Knowles' home in St. Augustine, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 253

Lewis, Jimmy, 1995 September 30

Collector's No(s).
47A-B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1119

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (58 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jimmy Lewis, songwriter (Charles recorded many of his songs); recorded at the Dunes Motel in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 281--CDREF 282

Lewis, John, 1995 October 4

Collector's No(s).
55

Shelf No(s).
cass 1127

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (57 minutes)

Content

Interview with John Lewis, son of Howard Lewis, who was a Texas R&B booker in the 1950s; recorded at John Lewis' home in Dallas, Texas.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 292

Matassa, Cosimo, 1995 October 7

Collector's No(s).
56

Shelf No(s).
cass 1128

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (44 minutes)

Content

Interview with Cosimo Matassa, New Orleans R&B recording engineer in the 1950s; recorded at Matassa's family grocery store in the French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 293

Mathews, Tony, 1996 April 17

Collector's No(s).
72--73

Shelf No(s).
cass 1144--cass 1145

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (127 minutes)

Content

Interview with Tony Mathews, guitarist for Charles in the 1970s; recorded at the Dunes Motel in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 311--CDREF 313

Mayfield, Tina, 1995 September 29

Collector's No(s).
45--46B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1117--cass 1118

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (41 minutes)

Content

Interview with Tina Mayfield, widow of songwriter Percy Mayfield; recorded at the home of one of Mayfield's friends in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 279

McCoy, Matthew, 1994 December

Collector's No(s).
6

Shelf No(s).
cass 1075

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (40 minutes)

Content

Interview with Matthew McCoy, a teacher from the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, Charles' former school; recorded in McCoy's home in Jacksonville, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 251

McKee, Gossie, 1995 June 1

Collector's No(s).
19

Shelf No(s).
cass 1088

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (90 minutes)

Content

Interview with Gossie McKee, guitarist with Charles in Tampa and Seattle in the 1940s; recorded at McKee's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 18--CDREF 19

Miller, Herb, 1996 April 27

Collector's No(s).
82

Shelf No(s).
cass 1154

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (41 minutes)

Content

Interview with Herb Miller, family friend of Charles' wife, Della Bea, from Houston, Texas; recorded at Miller's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 324

Moss, Vernita, 1995 October 2

Collector's No(s).
49

Shelf No(s).
cass 1121

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (63 minutes)

Content

Interview with Vernita Moss, who was a Raelet in the 1970s; recorded at Moss' home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 284

Myers, Larry, 1995 June 12

Collector's No(s).
20

Shelf No(s).
cass 1089

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (68 minutes)

Content

Interview with Larry Myers, an agent at Shaw Artists in the 1950s; recorded at Myers' home in Queens, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 20

Newman, David "Fathead," 1995 October 23

Collector's No(s).
59--60A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1131--cass 1132

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (135 minutes)

Content

Interview with David "Fathead" Newman, a tenor saxophonist who was a close friend and colleague of Charles from 1952 until the mid-1970s; recorded at Newman's home in Woodstock, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 12--CDREF 15

Newton, Larry, 1995 July 22

Collector's No(s).
24

Shelf No(s).
cass 1093

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (82 minutes)

Content

Interview with Larry Newton, an executive for ABC-Paramount Records in the 1960s and 1970s, who was a close business associate of Charles'; recorded at a motel in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 261--CDREF 262

Patton, Harold, 1995 October 1

Collector's No(s).
50--51

Shelf No(s).
cass 1122--cass 1123

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (113 minutes)

Content

Interview with Harold Patton, road manager for Charles in the 1960s-1970s; recorded at Patton's home in Studio City, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 285--CDREF 287

Perry, Alexander, 1994 December

Collector's No(s).
7A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1076

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (38 minutes)

Content

Interview with Alexander Perry, a Jacksonville musician who knew Charles when he was starting out in the 1940s; recorded in Perry's home in Jacksonville, Florida

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 252

Pulec, Dr. Jack, 1995 September 27

Collector's No(s).
53

Shelf No(s).
cass 1125

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (44 minutes)

Content

Interview with Dr. Jack Pulec, an ear doctor who treated Charles for hearing problems in the 1980s; recorded in Pulec's office in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 289

Richard, Renald, 1995 October 13

Collector's No(s).
57--58

Shelf No(s).
cass 1129--cass 1130

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (120 minutes)

Content

Interview with Renald Richard, trumpeter from the New Orleans area and leader of Charles' first band in 1954; recorded in Richard's home in Katonah, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 294--CDREF 296

Ritz, David, 1995 May 31

Collector's No(s).
17B--18

Shelf No(s).
cass 1086--cass 1087

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (150 minutes)

Content

Interview with David Ritz, co-author with Charles for Charles' autobiography, Brother Ray : Ray Charles' Own Story ; recorded at Ritz's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 258--CDREF 260

Robinson, Jr., Ray Charles, 1996 January 21

Collector's No(s).
65

Shelf No(s).
cass 1137

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (42 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ray Charles Robinson, Jr., Charles' son; recorded at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 304

Robinson, Ruth, 1996 July 13

Collector's No(s).
85--87

Shelf No(s).
cass 1157--cass 1159

Physical Description

3 audiocassettes (145 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ruth Robinson, a long-term acquaintance of Charles' from the 1970s onward; recorded in a hotel room in New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 325--CDREF 328

Scott, "Little" Jimmy, 1995 August 25

Collector's No(s).
31

Shelf No(s).
cass 1100

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (69 minutes)

Content

Interview with "Little" Jimmy Scott, pop-jazz singer on Charles' circuits in the 1950s; recorded at Scott's home in New Jersey.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 263

Scott, Peggy, 1996 April 23

Collector's No(s).
76A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1148

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (16 minutes)

Content

Interview with Peggy Scott (later Peggy Scott-Adams), singer who performed duets with Charles in the 1990s; recorded in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 317

Seidenberg, Sidney, 1995 September 11

Collector's No(s).
32

Shelf No(s).
cass 1101

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (44 minutes)

Content

Interview with Sidney Seidenberg, manager for many Black artists over decades; recorded in Seidenberg's office in New York City.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 264

Siders, Irving, 1995 Spring

Collector's No(s).
8

Shelf No(s).
cass 1077

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (26 minutes)

Content

Interview with Irving Siders, a booking agent who worked for the Shaw Agency in the 1950s; recorded in Siders' Manhattan office.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 254

Simmons, Dave, 1995 September 26

Collector's No(s).
35A, 38.1--38.2

Shelf No(s).
cass 1105, cass 1108--cass 1109

Physical Description

3 audiocassettes (143 minutes)

Content

Interview with Dave Simmons, a valet for Charles' in the 1980s; recorded at the Dunes Motel in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 267, 270--CDREF 271

Solomon, Clifford, 1995 June

Collector's No(s).
36A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1106

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (45 minutes)

Content

Interview with Clifford Solomon, saxophonist, longtime band member, and bandleader who met Charles around 1950; recorded at Jones Beach, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 268

Solomon, Clifford, 1996 February

Collector's No(s).
37

Shelf No(s).
cass 1107

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (55 minutes)

Content

Interview with Clifford Solomon, saxophonist, longtime band member, and band leader who met Charles around 1950; recorded at Jones Beach, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 269

Solomon, Clifford, 1996 September 28

Collector's No(s).
34B--35A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1103, cass 1105

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (61 minutes)

Content

Interview with Clifford Solomon, saxophonist, longtime band member, and band leader who met Charles around 1950; recorded at Solomon's home in Los Angeles.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 266--CDREF 267

Spotts, Roger, 1996 April

Collector's No(s).
80A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1152

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (33 minutes)

Content

Interview with Roger Spotts, big band arranger; recorded at the Dunes Motel in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 322

Stone, Jesse, 1995 April

Collector's No(s).
12

Shelf No(s).
cass 1081

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (67 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jesse Stone, arranger and band leader for Atlantic Records in the 1950s; recorded at Stone's home in Orlando, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 9

Stradford, Mike, 1995 September 27

Collector's No(s).
42A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1114

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (32 minutes)

Content

Interview with Mike Stradford, A&R man at Quincy Jones' Qwest Records; recording location unknown.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 274

Troupe, Vernon, 1995 September 30

Collector's No(s).
46A, 47A, 48

Shelf No(s).
cass 1118--cass 1120

Physical Description

3 audiocassettes (128 minutes)

Content

Interview with Vernon Troupe, long-term valet for Ray Charles; recorded at the Dunes Motel in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 280--CDREF 283

Tussing, Ken, 1995 October 1

Collector's No(s).
41

Shelf No(s).
cass 1113

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (79 minutes)

Content

Interview with Ken Tussing, trombonist with Charles' band in the 1970s; recorded at Tussing's home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 272--CDREF 273

Vanacore, Victor, 1996 January 21

Collector's No(s).
66

Shelf No(s).
cass 1138

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (85 minutes)

Content

Interview with Victor Vanacore, string orchestra conductor for Charles in the 1990s; recorded at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 305--CDREF 306

Wade, Duke, 1996 February 23

Collector's No(s).
67

Shelf No(s).
cass 1139

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (69 minutes)

Content

Interview with Duke Wade, Charles' valet in the 1950s; recorded at Flushing Town Hall in Queens, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 307

Wade, Duke, 1996 March 18

Collector's No(s).
68--69

Shelf No(s).
cass 1140--cass 1141

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (36 minutes)

Content

Interview with Duke Wade, Charles' valet in the 1950s; recorded at Flushing Town Hall in Queens, New York.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 308

Ward, Jabo, 1995 May

Collector's No(s).
15B

Shelf No(s).
cass 1084

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (23 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jabo Ward, Seattle saxophone player who knew Charles in the late-1940s and the 1950s; recorded at Ward's home in Seattle, Washington.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 257

Wexler, Jerry, 1995 April 6

Collector's No(s).
10-11

Shelf No(s).
cass 1079--cass 1080

Physical Description

2 audiocassettes (112 minutes)

Content

Interview with Jerry Wexler, longtime producer and co-owner of Atlantic Records during Charles' Atlantic years; recorded at Wexler's home in Sarasota, Florida.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 6--CDREF 8

Williams, Aaron, 1995 September 27

Collector's No(s).
44

Shelf No(s).
cass 1116

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (84 minutes)

Content

Interview with Aaron Williams, comedian ventriloquist who opened for Charles in 1970s; recorded at Williams' home in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 277--CDREF 278

Wilson, Gerald, 1996 April 22

Collector's No(s).
75

Shelf No(s).
cass 1147

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (81 minutes)

Content

Interview with Gerald Wilson, trumpeter, bandleader, and arranger; recorded at an IHOP restaurant in Los Angeles, California.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 315--CDREF 316

Wood, Bobby, 1997 March 23

Collector's No(s).
89A

Shelf No(s).
cass 1161

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (25 minutes)

Content

Interview with Bobby Wood, a person involved with Charles' country and Western recordings; recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.

Reference Copies

  • Preservation master file(s): 24 bit/96 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Production master file(s): 16 bit/44.1 kHz Broadcast Wave File (BWF)
  • Compact disc(s): CDREF 331

Series: 2. Musician Interviews, 1970-

Accruals Information

Additions to this series are ongoing.


Box 3 Diddley, Bo, 1970 September

Shelf No(s).
Unnumbered

Physical Description

2 audio discss (CD-R) (approximately 90 minutes) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.

Technical Note

Item is formatted for playback through iTunes or similar audio programs and will not play on a standard standalone CD player.


Box 3 Pickett, Wilson, 1977 May

Shelf No(s).
Unnumbered

Physical Description

1 audio discs (CD-R) (approximately 60 minutes) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.

Technical Note

Item is formatted for playback through iTunes or similar audio programs and will not play on a standard standalone CD player.


Series: 3. Michael Lydon Interviews and Performances, 1970-2002 


Box 3 BBC Radio 2 Series. Ray Charles : Man and Music, broadcast July 2000

Shelf No(s).
CDR 75--CDR 76

Physical Description

2 audio discss (CD) (approximately 120 minutes) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.

Producer
McDowall, Bob


Programme 1 : "It Should Have Been Me," broadcast 2000 July 6

Programme 2 : "What I'd Say," broadcast 2000 July 13

Programme 3 : "Busted," broadcast 2000 July 20

Programme 4 : "Look What They've Done to My Song," broadcast 2000 July 27

Box 3 Freedom Now! : Reports from Mississippi and the South, 1964-1965 / Michael Lydon

New York, Berkeley : Patrick Press

c2002

49 pages

Note

Two copies.


Love at First Sight

Shelf No(s).
CD 2258

New York : Brite Records

c1999, p1999

Physical Description

1 audio discs (CD) (approximately 32 minutes) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.

Location
Shelved with general commercial CD collection.


Box 3 Lyrics : 1971-2001 / Michael Lydon

New York, Berkeley : Patrick Press

c2001

63 pages

Note

Signed copy.


Mike on Mike : Songs by Michael Lydon, Solo in the Studio

Shelf No(s).
CD 2259

New York : Brite Records

c2002

Physical Description

1 audio discs (CD) (approximately 40 minutes) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.

Location
Shelved with general commercial CD collection.


Box 3 Now What? : A Philosophy of Freedom and Equality / Michael Lydon

New York, Berkeley : Patrick Press

c1993

78 pages

Note

Two signed copies.


Box 3 Ethnomusicology Class Lecture at Indiana University, 2001 September 28

Shelf No(s).
cass 2485

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (approximately 60 minutes)


Box 3 Journalism Lecture at Indiana University, 2001 September 27

Shelf No(s).
cass 2486

Physical Description

1 audiocassette (approximately 60 minutes)


Box 3 Lydon, Michael, undated

Physical Description

1 photograph : black & white ; 25 x 20 cm.

Note

Emulsion at top of photo is discolored.