Concert impresario Bill Graham, the namesake of this website, was once referred to as a mix between Mother Theresa and Al Capone. In this 1989 interview with Scott Muni, there is only evidence of the former. The two chat almost entirely about 1967's Human Be-In, an event that helped to shape and define the San Francisco scene and the Summer of Love.
00:00 - Intro to the Human Be-In01:09 - No rule book / young people in San Francisco01:35 - A success in trust / a dangerous word02:12 - Birth of the Summer of Love03:15 - Some of the performances, the flower paratrooper03:51 - How many people were there04:01 - The local talent04:36 - The pride05:01 - Running overtime05:38 - Crowds cleaning up after themselves 06:49 - New Year's Eve with the Grateful Dead07:42 - Some new talent / some good reunions09:08 - Some praise for Bill Graham / outro
10:10 - Other performers at the Be-In11:00 - A Jerry Garcia sighting? / a great guy12:49 - Musicians in the Bay Area13:20 - Recent developments in Bill's life / racquetball
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