KCPR 91.3 Cal Poly Radio Collection

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[unlabeled tape] - restricted
[unlabeled tape] - restricted
Excerpt from a "Wheel of Fortune" episode, ZV
Hip Hop "Bad Ass Sound"
Hip Hop "Bad Ass Sound"
Adverstisement produced by Malik Miko Thorne for a KCPR program, featuring Kahlil Smith as the rapper, ZV
Seatbelt Reminder [announcement]
Seatbelt Reminder [announcement]
KCPR-produced announcement which uses a sample from the Dead Milkmen's "Bitchin' Camaro", ZV
Die Toten Hosen: "Police on My Back"
Die Toten Hosen: "Police on My Back"
Clip of the band Die Toten Hosen performing a song, ZV
 Open Channel with San Luis Obispo mayor Lynn Cooper
Open Channel with San Luis Obispo mayor Lynn Cooper
[00:00:08] Music begins and halts abruptly [00:02:48] Open Channel begins with guest Lynn Cooper, mayor, and Susan Mee, host [00:03:45] Mayor Cooper forecasts upcoming issues in San Luis Obispo [00:07:00] Mayor Cooper discusses San Luis Obispo growth rate [00:07:35] Mayor Cooper discusses Paso Robles' role as community leader [00:09:00] Mayor Cooper on the role of Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo [00:10:43] Mayor Cooper on fraternity/sorority houses off campus [00:12:54] City Bus PSA [00:13:58] Susan Mee and Willie Huff upcoming Open Channel [00:15:00] Mayor Cooper on city housing and rental availability [00:16:58] Mayor Cooper on county annexation [00:18:40] Mayor Cooper on not running for reelection [00:20:24] Mayor Cooper on his endorsements [00:21:38] Caller asks about the firing of Al Settle? [00:23:45] Mayor Cooper discusses planning commission and why Dr. Settle was asked to step down [00:26:00] Mayor Cooper discusses growth factor of San Luis Obispo again [00:26:33] Solar Energy PSA [00:27:02] KCPR Mystery Theater - The Shadow spot [00:28:30] Mayor Cooper on possible conflict of interest with regards to his decision not to run [00:29:50] Caller asks about the the council turning down a grant to improve the sewer plant [00:30:26] Mayor Cooper discusses the grant [00:31:30] Mayor Cooper discusses cleanup of San Luis Obispo's sewer system [00:32:42] Caller asks about relationship between students and residents [00:33:43] Susan Mee asks about discrimination against students [00:35:37] Mayor Cooper discusses relationship between students and residence [00:36:00] Caller asks about effects of another drought on San Luis Obispo [00:37:38] United States Metric Board PSA [00:38:09] Geneological Department of the Mormon Church PSA [00:39:24] Caller asks about upcoming school closures [00:40:55] Caller asks about the proposed civic center [00:42:00] Mayor Cooper discusses the civic center [00:43:55] Caller asks Mayor Cooper to talk about his enjoyment of his time as mayor [00:48:33] Caller asks about planning commission annexation for home sites [00:50:46] PSA about safety during holiday decorations [00:51:16] PSA about forest conservation [00:53:58] Mayor Cooper on property rights [00:57:21] Mayor Cooper on formation of a union [00:58:11] Caller asks about negative feedback toward city planning staff [00:59:39] Caller asks about traffic violation at Santa Rosa and Foothill [01:01:00] Susan Mee thanks Mayor Cooper and ends the program [01:01:30] End of program, Alex Thomas
KCPR Talk Radio Show, ca. 1982
KCPR Talk Radio Show, ca. 1982
Recording of the KCPR Talk Radio Show, hosted by Brad Loney and Carol Myer. The topic of the show explores the consequences and effect of Cal Poly not offering a summer school session, which was then recently announced as a possibility by President Warren Baker. Loney and Myer first interview a Cal Poly administrator, Howard West, then discuss the topic among themselves and several call-in listeners. The recording abruptly ends at the 48-minute mark, and then resumes at [00:53:43] with a short recording of reversed sped-up vocals. That portion of the recording has been left out of the audio here.[00:00:00] Promo for Cal Poly Career Services [00:00:49] KCPR Talk Radio Show opening [00:01:20] Introductions by KCPR talk radio show hosts Brad Loney and Carol Myer, and introduction of the show's topic, the possibility of no summer school session or quarter [00:01:50] Interview with Howard West, Associate Executive Vice President of Cal Poly, begins [00:09:02] Interview with West ends [00:13:26] Hosts begin taking calls from listeners [00:20:38] Program break [00:44:40] Program wrap-up [00:45:55] Mike Dawson's 'Album Review' program promo [00:46:42] Program promo for 'Future Shock' (Evan) [00:47:34] Open Channel program begins [00:48:00] Recording on tape ends abruptly, Zach Vowell
 Quesoterical Lair, "It's the Cheese" [advertisement]
Quesoterical Lair, "It's the Cheese" [advertisement]
Advertisement, produced by Carver Cordes and written by Jon Wilson, for a KCPR program called "Quesoterical Lair." Billy Mure's "Chopsticks Guitar" constitutes the majority of the ad's sound bed, and the advertisement also includes a sample of a scream from Les Baxter and Bas Shiva's "Terror"and a quote from Lucia Pamela's "Walk on the Moon." The ad concludes with a clip from a Sesame Street record. The program itself featured music genres such as Exotica, Space Age Bachelor Pad, Novelty, Comedy, Children's Records, and other esoteric forms., ZV
[KCPR] Collection, 1971-1976
[KCPR] Collection, 1971-1976
[00:00:00] Jingle and information about KCPR's broadcasting [00:01:24] Jingle for ending broadcast with information about KCPR's broadcasting [00:03:09] KCPR Jingle - More Music [00:03:13] KCPR Jingle - Evolving/Changing [00:03:32] May 29 Request Day [00:04:03] "Bruce Queen" endorsement for 2000 watt broadcast [00:04:57] 2000 Watt sign-on advertisement in the style of Frankenstein/Dracula [00:05:56] Bluegrass style jingle [00:06:37] Air raid siren jingle for new stereo signal [00:07:22] "Abdul Kazudhess" commercial for KCPR auction to raise money for stereo conversion [00:09:04] "Rockin' Ralphie" commercial for stereo broadcast [00:09:35] Jingle [00:09:48] Larry Lafoett, Ron, Blair Helsing [mentioned], during the changeover to stereo broadcast, 1812 Overture played [00:13:35] Spot about the wonders of stereo with various examples of stereo sound: Louis Armstrong, bowling alley, jet airplane [00:15:35] Rick Tembull, Bat Masterson, Mike Ritatta, Dale Andrews [pitch wavers] [00:19:35] Sunday By Request advertisement [00:20:38] Country Music Lone Star Program with David Wayne spot [00:21:29] The Captain; Jim Allen; Mark Miller interivew spot [00:22:39] KCPR Auction mob boss spot [00:24:36] Time Machine "Chief Running Chicken" spot for KCPR Disco Dance, Zach Vowell
The Monster
The Monster
Halloween-themed radio play produced by KCPR.[0:01:00] Beginning of program [0:14:21] Intermission [0:15:26] Beginning of Act 2 [0:20:13] Intermission [0:20:48] Beginning of Act 3 [0:24:24] Intermission [0:24:58] Beginning of Act 4 [0:30:05] Credits, Alex Thomas
Artificial Leg [station] ID
Artificial Leg [station] ID
Station identification recording produced by KCPR DJ Randy Yau., ZV
Community Calendar "Bed"
Community Calendar "Bed"
"Bed" of background music to be used during Community Calendar segments, ZV
Burnt Dog Blues Lounge
Burnt Dog Blues Lounge
Adverstisement produced by Trevor Gerhard for the KCPR program "Burnt Dog Blues Lounge," when Gerhard hosted the show as "The Redheaded Stepchild", ZV

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