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January 01, 1990 - November 22, 2012 + Music Special
Jason Eldredge Sunday Special
KCRW kick in 2011 with an Eclectic24 afternoon! (Airs noon-5pm)
Eight of KCRW's nighttime DJ's are banding together to put together a perfect party soundtrack to ring in the new year. (Airs 10pm-midnight!)
The gifts are unwrapped, Christmas dinner but a delicious memory. Join us for an Eclectic 24 Christmas from 6pm-midnight.
From 1967-1974, Sly and the Family Stone left a mark on music and culture. Members changed, times got rough, but their sound and message still...
In the late 1960's, like Detroit's Motown and Stax in Memphis, International Records landed Philadelphia on the musical map. Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff are...
As complex as the music she played, Nina Simone became a legend, but was first and foremost a performer. (Airs 2-3pm and pre-empts Markplace and...
In Spring 1959, Miles recorded his landmark album. It became the best selling Jazz album of all time. It still holds up, fifty years later....
In 1959, Jazz got a kick start from innovators like Miles Davis, Charles Mingus and Dave Brubeck, who helped change the musical landscape forever. Highlights...
One-hour documentary details the life and music of Sam Cooke. (Airs 11am-noon; preempts Morning Becomes Eclectic)
Born in a tin shack in rural Arkansas in 1922, by the 60's Rose Marie McCoy's songs had been recorded by Nat King Cole, Elvis...
Jeff Buckley’s only album, Grace, featured dark music, offbeat humor and an open personality. He died tragically at 30. (Airs 9-10am)