Playlist: PAUL INGLES
Compiled By: Tex Bailey
From Paul Ingles | 03:31
On the 40th anniversary of the recording and release of The Beatles song "Norwegian Wood," commentator Sarah Karni says the song's been a riddle to her for many years.
INTROS: If Aired October 12-21... 40 years ago this week (October 12-21), The Beatles were in the studio recording an enigmatic John Lennon composition called "Norwegian Wood." In 1970, Lennon told Rolling Stone Magazine that he wrote the song about an affair he had while married to his first wife, Cynthia Powell. John never said who the affair was with. Commentator Sarah Karni looks for some clues about the nature of the affair by pulling out the nails and deconstructing "Norwegian Wood." If Aired Near December 6... 40 years ago this week, The Beatles released the album RUBBER SOUL which included an enigmatic John Lennon composition called "Norwegian Wood." In 1970, Lennon told Rolling Stone Magazine that he wrote the song about an affair he had while married to his first wife, Cynthia Powell. John never said who the affair was with. Commentator Sarah Karni looks for some clues about the nature of the affair by pulling out the nails and deconstructing "Norwegian Wood." --- Sarah Karni is a writer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
From Paul Ingles | 59:00
Writers, Reporters, Musicians and Beatle fans share their impressions of some standout John Lennon songs, recorded with The Beatles, between 1963 and 1970.
"11 from John Lennon: An Appreciation." Writers, Reporters, Musicians and Beatle fans share their impressions of some standout John Lennon songs, recorded with The Beatles, between 1963 and 1970. Songs include "Twist and Shout," "I Should've Known Better," "In My Life," "She Said She Said," "Tomorrow Never Knows," "A Day In The Life," "Come Together," and "Across The Universe." The program comes from award-winning Beatle program producer Paul Ingles and includes several rarely heard John Lennon interviews.
The program is offered in 59:00 and a 54:00 version. There is an optional second hour but the first hour stands on its own if that's all the slot you have.
Hour two (to be posted no later than Wednesday, Sept. 22nd) is called "11 (more) from John Lennon: An Appreciation." The companion hour that features more Lennon classics like ""I'll Cry Instead," "You Got To Hide
Your Love Away," "Ticket To Ride," "I'm Only Sleeping," "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," "Rain," "Dear Prudence," "Happiness is a Warm Gun," "Julia," "I Want You" and more - complete with insider commentary and rare interviews.
From Paul Ingles | 58:59
Music writers, musicians and fans offer a track-by-track assessment of the 12th and last official Beatles album, LET IT BE, released in May of 1970.
The word had been out for about a month that the legendary Beatles were splitting up, when fans were able to buy what would be their 12th and last official release. The cover featured an individual photo of each Beatle, bordered by black under just three words, Let It Be. While few would consider it one of the Beatles' best, there are still some undeniable classics, good rockers and some clues to the dissolution of the most famous band in music history.
In this program, producer Paul Ingles presents the 5th in his series of programs deconstructing great Beatles albums. His panel of musicians, music writers and Beatle fans includes: Anthony DeCurtis- writer for Rolling Stone Magazine, Los Angeles Times Critic Ann Powers, Jim DeRogatis of the Chicago Sun-Times, Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune, Beatle book authors Steve Turner and Richie Unterberger, and musicians David Gans, Jon Spurney, Richard Goldman and (in the 59:00 version only) Shawn Colvin.
From Paul Ingles | 58:59
Music writers, musicians and Beatles fans weigh in on The Beatles' Abbey Road, the album that turned out to have the last songs the band ever recorded together. It was released in September of 1969.
Award-Winning producer Paul Ingles adds another installment to his series of programs spotlighting The Beatles album releases with A Spin Down Abbey Road. A panel of music writers, musicians and Beatles fans offer historical background on the tracks and their own personal feelings about this landmark album. Their comments are woven through the music of Abbey Road.
Featured guests are music writers Anthony DeCurtis, Steve Turner, Ann Powers, Richie Unterberger, Jim Derogatis and Greg Kot. Musician guests include Shawn Colvin, Glen Phillips, Richard Goldman, David Gans, Phil & Tim Hanseroth and Jon Spurney.
From Paul Ingles | 01:59:03
Two-hour exploration of the seminal work of heralded songwriter Paul Simon as revealed by musicians, writers and fans and archival interviews with Simon himself. Updated to include samples of his 2011 release "So Beautiful or So What" (released April 12, 2011)
Available now to all stations. Producer Paul Ingles hosts "The Emergence of Paul Simon," an engrossing two-hour special on the creative output of heralded songwriter Paul Simon. Ingles draws from an impressive guest roster to explore how Simon connected with audiences in the 1960s as part of Simon & Garfunkel, in the 1970s as a solo artist and in the 1980s when he re-emerged as a world star with the release of his Graceland album. Guest commentators include Simon biographer Patrick Humphries and music writers Ann Powers, Anthony DeCurtis, Paul Zollo, Lydia Hutchinson, Jim Fusilli and more. The program includes excerpts from several archival interviews of Simon and features musicians Joseph Shabalala, Shawn Colvin, Deborah Holland and several others. By mixing Simon's music from key moments in his career with informed commentary from musicians and music critics, "The Emergence of Paul Simon" articulates what two generations of music lovers have found so compelling about this thoughtful and innovative writer and performer. Program begins with excerpts from Simon's 2011 release "So Beautiful or So What?"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Paul Ingles is host and producer of "The Emergence of Bob Dylan" and "Everything Was Right: The Beatles' 'Revolver.'" "The Emergence of Paul Simon" is the second installment in a series Ingles is creating on the seminal work of important figures in popular music.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "...as stations air this special, we'll have radio listeners spending the better part of this show glued to their radios. Talk about your driveway moment! I am impressed by the sheer magnitude of this project that holds together very nicely from start to finish...." John Hingsbergen (WMUB)
From Paul Ingles | 19:33
Musicians, writers and Beatle fans weigh in on what some critics call the best pop/rock single ever: Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane.
Taken from the upcoming public radio special THE TWO SIDES OF SGT. PEPPER: AN HONEST APPRAISAL, this excerpt spotlights the single The Beatles released from those sessions. Although neither Strawberry Fields Forever nor Penny Lane was included on the ensuing Pepper album, the single, released in February of 1967, is heralded by many critics as one of the most remarkable two-sided hits of all-time. SUGGESTED INTRO TO PIECE: 40 years ago, in 1967, pop radio listeners were hearing a new sound from the top band of the time, and some say, of all-times, the Beatles. Like many of the songs on Revolver, The Beatles daring and inventive album from 1966, the single released in the spring of 1967 shook things up as well. The recording sessions that would eventually result their landmark Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band also produced what some call the greatest single of all-time. Reporter Paul Ingles assembled a panel of musicians, writers and fans to recall what was noteworthy about Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane. NOTE FROM PRODUCER: IF YOUR STATION WOULD ONLY BE ABLE TO USE THIS IF IT WERE SHORTER, PLEASE CONTACT THE PRODUCER TO DISCUSS GETTING AN EDIT OF IT. email@example.com
From Paul Ingles | 59:02
Musicians, music writers, fans and Joni Mitchell herself reflect on Joni Mitchell's most revered album, "Blue," released in 1971.
Award-winning producer Paul Ingles hosts Joni Mitchell's BLUE, a one-hour examination of one of the most heralded albums of all time by Joni Mitchell. BLUE was rated #30 on the Rolling Stone magazine 2003 list of the Top 500 Albums of All-Time. It was the highest rated album by any female musician. The magazine also called her "one of rock's most daring and uncompromising innovators."
In all of her albums, but especially on BLUE, Mitchell put the experience of being a woman and being human on artful display through her blatantly honest and confessional lyrics, innovative open guitar tunings and jazz-inflected vocals.
By mixing Mitchell's music from this and other Joni Mitchell albums with informed commentary from musicians, fans, music critics and archival interviews with Mitchell herself, Joni Mitchell's BLUE articulates what music lovers have found so compelling about this particular album. Special guests include music writers Ann Powers, Anthony DeCurtis, Paul Zollo, and Lydia Hutchinson. Also featured are musicians Shawn Colvin, Lucy Kaplansky, and others.
The White Album Listening Party: Revisiting The Beatles' Top-Seller (3-Hour / Newscast-Length Version)
From Paul Ingles | 02:42:04
Beatle fans and musicians gather to re-experience The Beatles' top-selling album, which came to be known as The White Album.
Beatle fans and musicians gather to re-experience The Beatles' top-selling album, which came to be known as The White Album.
NOTE: THIS IS THE THREE HOUR VERSION OF THIS SPECIAL. IF YOUR STATION CAN CLEAR THE TIME, WE FEEL THIS IS THE BEST EXPERIENCE FOR YOUR LISTENERS AS IT RECREATES THE EXPERIENCE OF LISTENING TO THE WHOLE ALBUM. IF YOU CAN ONLY ACCOMMODATE A TWO-HOUR SLOT, THERE IS A TWO-HOUR VERSION AVAILABLE NOW AT PRX. THERE IS ALSO A NON-NEWCAST LENGTHED VERSION OF THIS THREE PART SHOW ON PRX. http://www.prx.org/pieces/29916 ----- November 22, 2008 marks the 40th anniversary of one of The Beatles' most remarkable releases. The two-album set was officially called THE BEATLES, but it became known forever after as The White Album. It was the top-selling of all The Beatles' albums and ranks #11 on the all-time album sales list. Emerging from what many called their three-album psychedelic period that produced Sgt. Pepper, Magical Mystery Tour and Yellow Submarine, The Beatles' White Album was a wildly diverse collection that included instant classics ("Back in the U.S.S.R", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Dear Prudence", "Blackbird"), gentle ballads ("Mother Nature's Son", "I Will", "Julia"), raucous electric rock ("Helter Skelter", "Yer Blues") amusing ditties ("Honey Pie", "Savoy Truffle", "Rocky Raccoon"), and surprising experimental tracks ("Revolution #9"). The writing and performing styles of the four individual Beatles became distinct. Many Beatle fans and historians point to the White Album as the beginning of the break-up of the Beatles. In little over a year, the band would be dissolved. Join award-winning producer Paul Ingles for another one of his in-depth explorations of The Beatles' experience by airing THE WHITE ALBUM LISTENING PARTY. Ingles recalls being 12 years old in 1968 and listening with his best friend to this challenging and, at times, disturbing collection in the basement of his suburban Maryland home. "I knew I couldn't play this one on the family stereo upstairs," says Ingles. "A lot of the music seemed naughty, tortured and edgy." In an effort to re-create that listening experience, Ingles invited about a dozen Beatle fans into the studio to listen through to the album again and share both their memories and more current observations about the landmark music. Among the guests are Beatle author Steve Turner who shares the stories behind each of the White Album tracks. Also, a panel of musicians help listeners tune into the musicality of The Beatles, calling attention to a certain bass line here, a drum lick there, a production trick over there. Other friends share stories of dancing to "Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da", dropping acid to "Glass Onion", or being scared to death by "Helter Skelter" and wishing for a return of the ol' mop-tops. Hour 3 even includes a special combination of both versions of "Revolution" - the fast single and the slower White Album version, mixed and mashed together, courtesy of engineer Douglas Grant. In addition to Steve Turner, Paul's guest list includes musicians Jon Spurney, David Gans, Kristy Kruger, Douglas Grant, and Rob Martinez. KUNM radio personalities Scott MacNicholl, Luciano Urbano, Suzanne Kryder, and Travis Parkin join in as well. ------- The program will be offered in several formats to suit your needs. They will be scripted to allow for them to run either consecutively on one hour at a time over multiple days or weeks. - A three-hour version will include full plays of nearly every song on the two albums for the complete White Album experience. - A two-hour version will include most of the best-known tracks in full and excerpts of the rest. - Both versions will be offered at 54:00 lengths to accommodate hourly newscasts. ----- Programming Suggestions: >>November 22 marking the 40th anniversary of the UK release of the album. >>November 25 marking the 40th anniversary of the US release of the album. >>November 27-30 - Thanksgiving Weekend. >>November 29 - 7th anniversary of George Harrison's Death. >>December 8 - 28th anniversary of John Lennon's Death. >>Throughout the November/December/New Year's Holiday Season. >>In a Holiday or Fundraising Beatles' Marathon with Paul Ingles' other Beatles Documentaries The Beatles In America - 1964 http://www.prx.org/pieces/3512 / http://www.prx.org/pieces/3525 Everything Was Right: The Beatles' Revolver http://www.prx.org/pieces/15368 The Two Sides of Sgt. Pepper: An Honest Appraisal http://www.prx.org/pieces/18227
From Paul Ingles | 01:58:00
One, two-hour program in which musicians, writers, and Beatle fans explore what made Revolver one of the top rock albums of all time.
NOW AVAILABLE TO ALL OF PUBLIC RADIO. "AWESOME! BEST PIECE OF RADIO I HAVE HEARD in ages. A must listen for any Beatles fan." PRX REVIEW by Jonathan Fahey When rock music critics and fans are asked to rank the top rock albums of all time, The Beatles' 1966 release Revolver either heads the list or falls into the top tier. To mark the 40th anniversary year of the album's release, award-winning producer and host Paul Ingles presents Everything Was Right: The Beatles' "Revolver" Ingles explores the landmark album's story and influence in depth, talking with historians, musicians, music critics, and fans and spotlighting each Revolver track (along with the 1966 single "Paperback Writer and Rain") The Beatles experimented with new sounds and subject matter on Revolver, pioneering psychedelic rock on some tracks and exhibiting extraordinary song-craft on others. Listeners learn about the sources for the tunes, the studio experiments The Beatles used to get their ground-breaking sounds, and the lasting impact of the collection on the pop/rock music scene. Among the guest commentators is Mark Lewisohn, author of The Beatles Recording Sessions. The only journalist to have listened to every second of the Beatles' studio recordings, Lewisohn is a major authority on the band's history. Everything Was Right also features music writers Jim Derogatis, Steve Turner, Jeff Sobul, and Stuart Maddow. Musicians Shawn Colvin, Mark Erelli, John Leventhal, Deborah Holland, Richard Goldman, David Gans, Kristy Kruger, and Jon Spurney join other Beatle fans to talk about their favorite tracks on what is arguably the greatest album by the greatest band of all time. "...it does do a solid job of dissecting the psychology, backstory and musicianship of each song note for delicious note. This is the kind of program that makes musical pedants like myself pant with delight...this documentary does offer solid journalism, excellent production values and a style that leaves most of the talking to the interviewees. Highly recommended." PRX REVIEW by Jonathan Groubert Program is not available for sale on CD but it is available to hear again online at www.coolstreams.com. "...relentless, meticulous work on the part of the producer and host, with a rich overflow of excellent interviews. Finally, once each song has been perfectly framed, they actually let you hear it in its entirety, or nearly. And it's like you're hearing it for the first time." PRX REVIEW by Marjorie Van Halteren
The Emergence of Bonnie Raitt: In The Slipstream (2 hours without or with newshole / or 1 hour without or with newshole)
From Paul Ingles | 01:57:52
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and multiple Grammy-Award winner Bonnie Raitt is profiled in this two hour music and commentary special featuring an exclusive interview with Bonnie as well as comments from Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Maia Sharp, Freebo, Bill Payne, Ann Powers and more. Hosted by Paul Ingles.
Blues/Rock/Pop star Bonnie Raitt is emerging from a 7 year studio layoff with a new record and tour. It's an opportune time to hear about her new music (Slipstream, released April 10) and revisit her remarkable career and personal story. So award-winning producer Paul Ingles has added Bonnie Raitt to his "Emergence" series on important musicians of the last 50 years - which so far has included Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Joni Mitchell (all still available at PRX for summer play - consider running the whole series as a holiday special).
The Emergence of Bonnie Raitt: In the Slipstream includes exclusive interview material with Bonnie as well as the voices of many Bonnie's colleagues including Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Bill Payne, Maia Sharp, Freebo plus NPR Music critic Ann Powers.
The program samples music from throughout her career from her earliest recordings to her most recent work.
FOR PROGRAM DIRECTORS: Available in two-hour format, either at 59 minutes each hour or 54 minutes each hour for stations running newscasts. Also a one hour version is being offered for stations that absolutely can't clear the two hours either back to back or on consecutive weeks. It's recommended that you try to go the two-hour route. It will offer the kind of immersion that will be much more satisfying to listeners. You've seen American Master's programs on PBS. They are two hours for a reason. That's the case with this program as well. Note that the files for both the 59 minute hour-long version and the 54 minute hour-long version are offered under the tab "1 Hour Version."
From Paul Ingles | 57:50
A one-hour music and commentary show about the late musician Levon Helm, drummer for the seminal Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group The Band, and a revered solo artist. Helm died April 19, 2012 at the age of 71 from a recurrance of throat cancer that had threatened his life as far back as 1997.
From Paul Ingles | 08:23
A broadcast-able featurette that stations can play in conjunction with the long-form special also available on PRX from award-winning producer Paul Ingles called "The Emergence of Bonnie Raitt: In the Slipstream." Colleagues, dee-jays and journalists comment on what's made Bonnie Raitt such an important figure in blues/rock and pop music for over 40 years.
Blues/Rock/Pop star Bonnie Raitt is emerging from a 7 year studio layoff with a new record and tour. It's an opportune time to hear about her new music (Slipstream, released April 10) and revisit her remarkable career and personal story. So award-winning producer Paul Ingles is adding Bonnie Raitt to his "Emergence" series on important musicians of the last 50 years - which so far has included Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Joni Mitchell (all still available at PRX for summer play - consider running the whole series as a holiday special).
The Emergence of Bonnie Raitt: In the Slipstream is available in one or two-hour versions (including optional news holes) exclusively through the Public Radio Exchange. The program includes exclusive interview material with Bonnie as well as the voices of many Bonnie's colleagues, friends including Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal, Beth Neilsen Chapman and journalists like NPR Music critic Ann Powers.
LINK TO FULL PROGRAM: http://www.prx.org/pieces/78271-the-emergence-of-bonnie-raitt-in-the-slipstream
Here you have an 8:22 module that you can use as a feature to play on-air if you're giving Bonnie's new record some air-time. And please consider the full special for play this summer.
Use the suggested intro and outro provided here:
INTRO: To mark the release of Bonnie Raitt's new album, here's a feature created by radio producer Paul Ingles, host of the public radio specialwho's about to release a full-length special on Bonnie Raitt called - The Emergence of Bonnie Raitt: In the Slipstream.
OUTRO: Excerpts from the upcoming public radio special The Emergence of Bonnie Raitt: In the Slipstream, produced by Paul Ingles. You heard the voices of NPR Music critic Ann Powers, public radio disc jockey Putnay Thomas, Billy Payne of LittleFeat, Bonnie Raitt's former bass player Freebo, and Taj Mahal.
From Paul Ingles | 01:57:54
As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year, we join the celebration with a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles. It's called "Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special". The program is exclusively devoted to an exploration of the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones. Top-notch music writers, musicians and fans provide context for a cavalcade of the Stones' blues classics - both their covers of songs by their heroes and their own bluesy takes on their original rock 'n' roll.
As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year with a new compilation release, two new songs, some live shows, and a new documentary film - we join the celebration by presenting a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles called Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special. This program explores the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones. Top-notch music writers, musicians and fans provide context for a cavalcade of the Stones blues classics - both their covers of songs by their heroes and their own bluesy takes on their original rock 'n' roll.
The show also features clips from some of the original artists that inspired the Rolling Stones to play music - Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Slim Harpo and more. This progam is no 'greatest hits' parade of overplayed Stones classics but instead features more of the unsung blues numbers that peppered their repertoire like "Little Red Rooster," "I'm a King Bee," "Love in Vain," "I Just Want to Make Love to You," "Ventilator Blues," and a recently released outtke, "Keep Up Blues," just to name a few. In other words, the perfect alternative Stones special, just for public radio!
Commentators include roots/blues musician Taj Mahal, Rolling Stone Magazine's Anthony DeCurtis, Grammy Museum Director Bob Santelli, NPR Music's Ann Powers, writers Holly George-Warren and Geoff Edgers, and New York musician Jon Spurney. Hour Two adds radio producer David Kunian, Howard Kramer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and public radio blues show host Putnay Thomas.
From Paul Ingles | 59:01
To mark the passing of rock 'n' roll pioneer Bo Diddley, Paul Ingles hosts an hour of music from Bo's songbook as well as music from some of the many rock and pop stars who borrowed his famous beat.
This is a brand new special produced June 3, 2008. To mark the passing of rock 'n' roll pioneer Bo Diddley, Paul Ingles hosts a music-intensive hour of cuts from Bo's songbook as well as songs from some of the many rock and pop stars who borrowed his famous beat. Along with many of Bo Diddley's signature tunes, Ingles showcases music from The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, George Thorogood, Shawn Colvin, Pete Townshend, Joe Jackson, U2 and others - all who crafted songs based on Bo Diddley's famous synchopated beat. This program can be run as 59:00 or at a newscast-friendly 54 minute length. Segment A and Segment B both end with 60 second Bo Diddley music beds that can be dumped to accomodate local announcements. If no announcements, the beds can bridge to the next segment. Also available as a bonus is a 6:30 musical montage that takes the listener from the clapping Bo Diddley beat through several songs that made use of his signature rhythm. Suggested copy for 6:30 feature: INTRO: Rock and Roll Pioneer Bo Diddley died Monday, June 3 of heart failure. He was 79. In the late 1950's and early 1960's, many of his hits were characterized by an infectious beat that had its roots in West Africa but was modernized and popularized in Bo Diddley's music. Scores of musicians emulated it through the years. Many wrote and performed tunes with the familiar rhythm promiinently heard. Producer Paul Ingles collected a bunch of them into this montage to honor Bo Diddley's on-going impact on rock and pop music. OUTRO: We heard the music of Bo Diddley, The Rolling Stones, Pete Townshend, Bruce Springsteen, Joe Jackson, U2, Bow Wow Wow, George Michael and Shawn Colvin - all utilizing the famous Bo Diddley rhythmic beat. Bo Diddley died Monday, June 3 at the age of 79. SONG LIST for Feature: Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley Not Fade Away - Rolling Stones Magic Bus - Pete Townshend She's The One - Bruce Springsteen Sunday Papers - Joe Jackson Desire - U2 I Want Candy - Bow Wow Wow Faith - George Michael Object of My Affection - Shawn Colvin (plays out piece)
From Paul Ingles | 19:19
Eric Lowen of the singing/songwriting duo Lowen and Navarro died March 23rd, 2012 at the age of 60 after an extended experience with Lou Gehrig's disease. This feature with the duo, produced by Paul Ingles in 1999, includes several of their best songs and shows off their comradarie and wit.
Eric Lowen of the singing/songwriting duo Lowen and Navarro died March 23rd, 2012 at the age of 60 after an extended experience with Lou Gehrig's disease. In 1999, Eric and his music partner Dan Navarro visited Albuquerque, New Mexico for the annual Folk Alliance conference. They sat down in KUNM studios with Paul Ingles to play and talk. This feature with the duo includes several of their best songs and shows off their comradarie and wit.
From Paul Ingles | 01:57:55
THE EMERGENCE OF BOB DYLAN traces the incomparable artist's rise to the world stage.
Scores of great stations across the U.S. have already aired THE EMERGENCE OF BOB DYLAN and the good reviews are rolling in. "Well told, well crafted, well produced. The story telling is exquisite..." "No doubt the best documentary on Dylan, certainly of his early years..." "Insightful interviews, interesting choice of songs and a good narrative thread runs through both hours..." "What a fine tribute to one of the best singer-songwriters... I thought the song choice was exceptional..." "Being too young to have been around when Bob Dylan changed the world, I've always known that his contribution was great, but never really understood it in context. Your radio program really helped to put it into perspective" This two hour special from Paul Ingles ("The Beatles In America - 1964") and Public Radio International is still available for air. Two separate 59 minute segments, newscast compatible, one 30 second break in each. BROADCAST RIGHTS: Any Public Radio station may now carry this program. The program must be carried in its entirety or as just the first hour. Otherwise, no excerpting is permitted. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Hosted and produced by Paul Ingles, THE EMERGENCE OF BOB DYLAN traces the incomparable artist's rise to the world stage. Ingles examines the confluence of Dylan's career and that remarkable time in the American pop music landscape. In the first hour, he takes listeners on an exclusive tour of the Experience Music Project's Dylan retrospective with curator Jason Emmons and EMP Artistic Director Bob Santelli. Both hours feature several artists who crossed paths with Dylan early on. Listeners hear from Robbie Robertson of The Band, John Cohen and Mike Seeger of the New Lost City Ramblers, folk music expert Izzy Young, and others from Dylan's nascent years. Both hours contain a healthy mix of Dylan's music from this period, including both well-known and lesser-known tracks.