State Historical Society of Iowa
Collection includes court documents from cases preceding and following the staging of the Wadena Rock Festival that occurred July 31st-August 2nd, 1970; correspondence and corporate documentation re: the Wadena Development Company and Sound Storm Enterprises, Inc.; newspaper clippings about the event; some snapshots of the festival grounds during and after the event (including some related to narcotics offenses) and a cookout with Sound Storm Enterprises personnel; and a reproduction of the poster prepared for the Galena festival
National Library of Australia
State Library of South Australia
Papers of Peter Jesser, former rock musician, collected while he was a member of the rock music groups Rashamra, Arthur's Thumb and Hard Rock Theatre, comprising part of a scrapbook containing newspaper cuttings, a photograph, hire forms, posters, programme, artwork, cue sheets and ticket
Georgia State University - Special Collections and Archives
The David Lennox Collection consists of approximately 250 VHS cassettes (predominantly audio recordings), with nearly 200 of the cassettes containing live Grateful Dead music ranging from 1968 to 1995. 12 cassettes list shows titled "Deadhead Hour," (or Grateful Dead Hour) which is a weekly radio broadcast carried by nearly 90 stations nationwide. The Deadhead Hour features excerpts of live performances and studio cuts, and occasional interviews with band members. The remainder of the cassettes contain a collection of performances by various popular music artists recorded from television programs, radio programs, or live concerts
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Sound recordings relating to many aspects of the Sinclairs' careers, including participation in and organization of the White Panther Party and its offshoot, the Rainbow Peoples Party, the Rainbow Multi-Media Corporation, and the Human Rights Party; also materials concerning the narcotics and conspiracy trials of Sinclair and other White Panthers, as well as recordings of the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festivals, the MC-5 and other rock groups and various music radio broadcasts
State Library of South Australia
Papers of Graham Longley, former manager of the rock group The Masters Apprentices 1965-1967, comprising sound recordings, contracts and agreements, papers relating to royalties, booking lists and engagement book (1966-1967), letters and telegrams, papers relating to fan clubs, critiques on group's performances, details about group members, itineraries for travel to engagements, repertoire lists, financial records, song lyrics, artwork and posters, printing blocks, tickets, cards, photographs. Top Talent Award trophy (1967), snare drum, pillowcase, banner, newspaper cuttings. Also includes State Library July-October 2001 issue of 'Extra Extra' with articles on acquisition of Graham Longley's material by the Library
University of California, Santa Cruz
This collection includes photographs and audio recordings of interviews with renowned jazz and rock musicians, created by jazz scholar Frank Kofsky in the late 1960s. Included are photographic prints, contact sheets, negatives, and 35mm slides of such recording artists as John Coltrane, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Ornette Coleman, and Archie Shepp. The collection also contains approximately 50 audio recordings of interviews Kofsky conducted with these musicians and more, each approximately 30 to 90 minutes in length. A small number of typescripts and clippings of Kofsky's writings is also included
Minnesota Historical Society
Manuscript copies of two versions of the lyrics for the song Temporary like Achilles from Dylan's Blonde on blonde album. Dylan, a composer and pop singer known for devising and popularizing folk-rock in the 1960s, was born May 24, 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota as Robert Zimmerman
New York Public Library
Typescript, dated Nov. 3, 2007 -- Heavily marked with colored ink by the videographer. Used by The New York Public Library's Theatre on Film and Tape Archive on Feb. 13, 2008, when videotaping the Royal Court Theatre production at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, New York, N.Y. The production opened on Nov. 4, 2007, and was directed by Trevor Nunn
State Historical Society of Iowa
This collection is comprised primarily of material related to the career of Dic Youngs with KSO and KIOA radio stations in Des Moines, Iowa. It includes top forty song surveys from the stations, 1962-1972; programs from some of the Iowa Rock and Roll reunions Youngs hosted; candid and publicity photographs of Youngs and many of the entertainers and public figures he promoted; award certificates; scrapbooks of high school days and work-related activities (including the KIOA High Hoopers basketball team), 1950s-1970s; and news clippings


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