The Electric Radio, "Southern Comfort", WMUC, circa 1973-1974

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The final episode of The Electric Radio, entitled "Southern Comfort", a mixture of rock and folk-rock from those states beneath the Mason-Dixon line. Songs include "Southern Man", "Southbound Train", "Dixie", "Lincoln Freed Me Today", "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", "Back to Georgia", "Old Kentucky Home", "I Don't Want to Die in Georgia", "Oh, Susannah", "Alabama 69", "Alabama" (Janice Ian), "Alabama" (Neil Young),  "Mississippi Lullaby" , "Mississippi Moon",  "Tennessee Waltz", "Nashville Cats", and "Carolina on My Mind". Kernis, who was the Program Director at the time, produced the show for WITF-FM, a public radio station in Hershey, PA.
Kernis, Jay
WMUC (Radio station : College Park, Md.)
American Culture; University of Maryland; Broadcasting, Communications; Performing Arts, Music
North America; United States; Maryland; College Park
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10.5 in; 64.7 minutes; 1/4" open reel tape
WMUC records
Accession 2011-084
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:490126; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/29038; Catalog Key: WMUC-Reel-78; Filename: bcast-024312

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