Pop Chronicles Interviews #153 - Len Chandler
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- Before interview 0:00:50
- Before interview 0:00:38
- Before interview; children; dachshund 0:01:12
- Interview begins: influences; blues; Shorty George (train) 0:02:57
- Field hollers; Greenwich Village scene; Hugh Romney (Wavy Gravy), John Brent; cabaret laws and licensing; venues (MacDougal Street, The Gaslight Cafe, Cafe Wha; The Commons); Detroit TV show 0:03:37
- Late 1950s in Greenwich Village; interaction of poets and musicians; reception of singer-songwriters 0:03:24
- Tom Paxton; Phil Ochs; extensive discussion of Bob Dylan 0:02:50
- Electric versus acoustic guitar; extensive discussion of Village scene and civil rights movement 0:06:45
- Music and catharsis; music, civil rights movement and his own experiences; Chandler singing (audio glitch from 5:30-5:37, brief loud noise at 5:35) 0:06:07
- Chandler singing; Selma to Montgomery marches 0:03:53
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Pop Chronicles Interviews #153 - Len Chandler, audio recording, November 7, 1968; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1692038/: accessed March 20, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Music Library.