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Pop Chronicles Interviews #106 - Frank Sinatra

Description: Recording of Frank Sinatra's acceptance speech for an award from the National Conference of Personal Managers. John Gilliland later used this audio for the Pop Chronicles radio program series. Sinatra notes his 35-year career beginning at age 15, placing this recording around the year 1965. This recording contains slurs or stereotyping directed at race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religion.
Date: 1965~
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #31 - Bobby Darin

Description: Recording of John Gilliland interviewing Bobby Darin in Beverly Hills, California for the Pop Chronicles radio program series. Due to problems with the original tape, the playback speed varies over the course of the interview.
Date: November 5, 1967
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #88 - Patti Page with Jack Rael

Description: Recording of John Gilliland interviewing Patti Page and Jack Rael on the KCUL House of Wax program in Fort Worth. Gilliland later used this audio in the Pop Chronicles radio program series. The interview is in tracks 1 through 5, with unrelated material on the tape before and after.
Date: October 12, 1955
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #158 - Edgar Bergen

Description: Recording of John Gilliland interviewing Edgar Bergen for the Pop Chronicles radio program series. The interview begins in track 3 following unrelated material, and continues through track 6, followed by an apparent live performance by the Mills Brothers. This recording contains slurs or stereotyping directed at race, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, or religion.
Date: October 19, 1971
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #129 - Art Linkletter

Description: Excerpts of an interview with television personality Art Linkletter, which John Gilliland used in the Pop Chronicles radio program series. The interview, which focuses on drug use and popular culture, is dated from 1969. It appears to have occurred soon after the death of Linkletter's daughter, Diane, whose death he believed to have been caused by the use of LSD. The interview segments were made for broadcast, and are followed by a test tone and radio news announcement, more interview content, and a repeat of prior segments.
Date: 1969
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library