Saturday Morning Flashback

Saturday Morning Flashback: 1972 [Playlist]

Back in '72 with our weekly time travel machine, Saturday Morning Flashback! Vivid patterns, maxi dresses, mini skirts and knee socks were the fashions of the day. "The Godfather" was released and won the Oscar as best picture. Double albums from Todd Rundgren, the Rolling Stones, and The Allman...
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Saturday Morning Flashback: 1979 [Playlist]

Travel back in time with the sounds of 1979.
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Pearl Jam

Saturday Morning Flashback: 1991 [Playlist]

Travel back in time to the soundtrack of 1991.
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Saturday Morning Flashback: 1985 [Playlist]

From a now-historical off-hand remark from Bob Dylan at Live Aid, the first Farm Aid in Champaign, Illinois was born.
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Star Wars, Apple II, The King Is Dead And A New Elvis Is Born

This week, we return to the year that Elvis Presley died at 42, Elvis Costello released his stunning debut album and the Star Wars saga began in the middle at a cinema near you. We'll celebrate with terrific long sets of tunes including fiery punk, new wave, art rock and even sounds of a proggy...
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Flashback 1993: Beanie Babies Are Born, Jurassic Park Opens And Liz Phair Is Exiled

Join us this weekend as we head back to the Year of Our Frequency: 1993. We'll relive the cuddly time of Beanie Babies, the Bulls third Championship and the stunning and local musical efforts from Liz Phair, Smashing Pumpkins and Urge Overkill. Plus, Lin Brehmer will bring us back up-to-date on...
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Saturday Morning Flashback: 1975 [Playlist]

We carved out a chunk of the past and relived 1975 on Saturday Morning Flashback this weekend.
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Saturday Morning Flashback: 1984 [Playlist]

It was a quick trek back to 1984 for this weekend's Saturday Morning Flashback.
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Saturday Morning Flashback: 1981 {Playlist]

It was a year of many firsts.
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Rolling Stones

We Toast 1971 Again This Week On Flashback

All the way back to 1971 this week; the year the 4004 Intel microprocessor went on sale, the Who released their synthesizer magnum opus Who's Next and Anthony Burgess' dystopian near future nightmare " A Clockwork Orange" was brought to ultraviolent life by Stanley Kubrick. Enjoy long sets of...
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