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|Syndicates||Armed Forces Radio|
|Narrated by||John Gilliland, Sie Holliday, Thom Beck|
|Air dates||1969 to c1971|
|No. of episodes||55|
|Other themes||The Chronicles of Pop by Len Chandler|
|Website||The John Gilliland Collection|
The Pop Chronicles of the 1950s and 1960s
Los Angeles Radio station KRLA 1110 broadcast the first Pop Chronicles documentary in 1969. Dick LaPalm, Lew Irwin, Harry Shearer, Mike Masterson, and Richard Perry interviewed famous musicians. Len Chandler wrote and sang the theme song “The Chronicles of Pop” . The engineer and associate producer was Chester Coleman.
Pop Chronicles the 1940s
|Narrated by||John Gilliland|
|Air dates||1972 to 1976|
|No. of episodes||24|
San Francisco radio station KSFO broadcast the "Pop Chronicles of the 1940s" in 1972 and 1976. The American Forces Network also broadcast this show. In 1994, Gilliland released a shorter version on audio cassette. The title of this audiobook was Pop Chronicles the 40s: The Lively Story of Pop Music in the 40s. The audiobook was also called The Big Band Chronicles.
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- The Pop Chronicles (audio)
- The Pop Chronicles Presents The Forties originally broadcast Sunday, November 5, 1972
- Index to "Pop Chronicles" and Index to Interviews at The John Gilliland Collection at the University of North Texas Music Library
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- *Hopkins, Jerry (October 4, 1969), "'Pop Chronicles' Chronicle Pop", Rolling Stone (43): 34
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- Pop Chronicles at Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-03
- "The big band chronicles". Worldcat.org. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/38555138. Retrieved 2009-08-03.