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Creem Magazine

From: KSLU
Series: Rock School
Length: 59:00

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The two daily news providers are on strike in Detroit and Barry Kramer and Tony Reay see the opportunity of a lifetime to start their own magazine. Creem Magazine, among the other rock magazines, is Joe Burns's all-time favorite. Find out why on this episode of Rock School. Read the full description.
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Rs_logo_small The two daily news providers are on strike in Detroit and Barry Kramer and Tony Reay see the opportunity of a lifetime to start their own magazine. Creem Magazine, among the other rock magazines, is Joe Burns's all-time favorite. Find out why on this episode of Rock School.

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The two daily news providers are on strike in Detroit and Barry Kramer and Tony Reay see the opportunity of a lifetime to start their own magazine. Creem Magazine, among the other rock magazines, is Joe Burns's all-time favorite. Find out why on this episode of Rock School.

Timing and Cues

Outcue: "Back in a minute on Rock School."

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
White Room Creem Wheels of Fire. Atco, Polydor 1968 04:50
I Need A Man To Love Janis Joplin Big Brother & the Holding Company. Mainstream, Columbia 1967 04:46
Somebody to Love Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow. RCA Victor 1967 03:00
Born to Be Wild Steppenwolf Steppenwolf. Dunhill, RCA, D-4138 1968 03:15
It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine) R.E.M. Document. I.R.S. 1987 03:53
Gimme Danger Iggy and The Stooges Raw Power. Columbia 1973 03:33

Additional Credits

Beth West

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