On Saturday, July 24th at 9am, LOST TREASURES celebrates the music and the madness of the Reverend Fred Lane. With various collaborators, Fred Lane has put out four legendary records over the last 45 years. Skizz Cyzck, the film director of the Fred Lane documentary ICE PICK TO THE MOON, joins DJ Mackie to discuss the legacy of Fred Lane and his contributions to American music.
Locally on the airwaves at 94.3 FM and streaming worldwide at takomaradio.org
On Saturday, July 10th, DJ Mackie shares obscure tracks from Japanese music circa the second half of the 20th century. Music by Maki Asakawa, The Mops, and Minarou Muraoka, among others.
Tune in to WOWD locally at 94.3 FM or streaming at takomaradio.org
This Saturday (6/26) at 9am, DJ Mackie shares music from recordings released 50 years ago: LPs recorded in late 1970 or early 1971. Tracks by Karen Dalton, Mayo Thompson, Kathy Smith, among others, as well as an obscure tune by the Rolling Stones.
WOWD 94.3 FM locally or streaming at takomaradio.org
This Saturday, June 12th at 9am, DJ Mackie is excited to welcome oud master musician John Berberian to LOST TREASURES to discuss the scene in Greektown and NYC, his many recordings on labels such as Verve and Mainstream Records, and his 55+ year music career.
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On Saturday, May 29th, Lost Treasures celebrated British guitarist and living legend Wizz Jones.
One of the top three British influential guitarists of the 1960s (along with Davey Graham and Bert Jansch), Wizz Jones has been performing for over 60 years. Named as a major influence by both Keith Richards and Eric Clapton, Wizz has a fascinating career and lengthy discography, which he talks about with DJ Mackie on this special edition of Lost Treasures.
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