Duane's show last week had several high points: he dug out quality rare vinyl. One record was Hammer, a San Fransisco group whose 1970 album got FM airplay when current, then vanished. Duane also played soul singer Jo-Ann Garret. Hear the heavy echo and old style back up vocals.
Scott Williams played the Turkish rock of Erkin Koray in a set with Mercury Rev and Spacemen 3. I love the tar thick bass lines of early 1970's Turkish psychedelia--almost heavy enough for modern dance music. (Listen to the Koray next to "Beat The Clock" by Spark, played by Trent On Sound And Safe.) More important, Scott plays a broad range of psychedelic rock--enough to make his set diverse but cohesive.
New Yorker Archie Bunker probably didn't appreciate such free form FM greatness, even during its early 1970's Big Apple hay day. On 100% Everything, Mary Wing used the All In The Family sketch "Scranton"--and a Cordova add--before playing "Wrong Way" by Brian Eno and John Cale. The implications: old TV as pure sound, locations as a theme, (Scranton--Wrong Way), widening the range of DJ source material. Think about it if you like, or appreciate the comedy..
Better yet, don't analyze, embrace visceral aural joy.