Zeeber Gold: Movers & Shakers of the 70s

Join us every Wednes­day, start­ing Jan­u­ary 2, for a series of fas­ci­nat­ing inter­views with the movers and shak­ers, artists and musi­cians of the 1970s, whose per­spec­tives helped to shape the world in which we live today.

The series comes from deep in the archives of ZBS Foun­da­tion, which start­ed out in the ear­ly 1970s mak­ing radio pro­grammes for col­lege, com­mu­ni­ty and pub­lic radio sta­tions. 28 of these ear­ly pro­grammes have been dis­cov­ered so far.

The series includes inter­views with Jer­ry Gar­cia of the Grate­ful Dead, Frank Zap­pa, Jimi Hen­drix, Joseph Camp­bell, Yoko Ono, Stan Lee of Mar­vel Comics, Ken Kesey, Paul Bowles, Abbie Hoff­man, Mel Blanc of Bugs Bun­ny & Porky Pig, Chogyam Trun­pa Rin­poche, Humphrey Osmond who coined the word “psy­che­del­ic,” and many more, includ­ing a nev­er-before-aired inter­view with Syd Bar­rett of Pink Floyd.

Join us for the first in the Zee­ber Gold series, at 11am or 7pm Pacif­ic time (19:00 or 03:00 GMT) — an inter­view with Irish Amer­i­can mythol­o­gist, writer and lec­tur­er Joseph Camp­bell (1904 – 1987), best known for his work in com­par­a­tive mythol­o­gy and reli­gion, whose work, inter­est­ing­ly enough, inspired an aspect of the Star Wars movie series.

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  1. […] we’ll be begin­ning our new series, Zee­ber Gold, from ZBS Foun­da­tion, fea­tur­ing inter­views with the movers and shak­ers, artists and musi­cians of […]

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