The incredible story of a San Francisco rock music radio station and its transformation from underground, hippie origins to commerical success. Susan Krieger examines the immense importance of the sixties in shaping the attitudes of contemporary generations. Flower children and corporations clash in this account of chaos in that decade.
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First waterbed account November 1970
Gay and womens shows discontinued February 1972
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