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The KRAB (Nebula) Archive
KTAO, Los Gatos, California
Program Guides 1970 to 1971

The "KRAB Nebula" was an informal "network" of somewhat slightly similar, but strongly independent, radio stations with staff, volunteers and listeners that sought out diverse programming unlike anything heard on commercial stations. Though they did not all share Lorenzo Milam as their founder and/or initial funder, many did. The stations also shared programming amongst each other.

First was KRAB, then KBOO, KDNA (St Louis), and KTAO, Los Gatos. Others followed.


Guides are arranged chronologically - Click on link below

1963 to 64

1965 to 66

1967 to 68

1969 to 70

1971 to 72

1973 to 74

1975 to 76

1977 to 78

1979 to 80

1981 to 82

1983 to 84

KTAO


KTA guide 006
Nbr 6
1970 Mar 17 to 23
Bottled in Bond

KTAO guide 013
Nbr 13
1970 May 5 to 8
Weakly Drag

KTAO guide 016
Nbr 16
1970 May 26 to Jun 1
Lunch Comics

 

KTAO guide 017
Nbr 17
1970 Jun 2 to 8
Genuine Old-Fashioned Radio

KTAO guide 020
Nbr 20
1970 Jun 23 to Jul 6
Hell's 2% Angels

KTAO guide 048
Nbr 48
1971 Jan 21 to 27
Boothill Stage

KTAO guide 51
Nbr 51
1971 Feb 11 to 17
Tara the Tahitian Queen

KTAO guide 057
Nbr 57
1971 Mar 25 to 31
Praise De Lawd
[William Blake]

KTAO guide 060
Nbr 60
1971 Ap 15 to 21
This is War!

KTAO guide 062
Nbr 62
1971 Apr 29 to May 5
[Damian LaCroix]

KTAO guide 065
Nbr 65
1971 May 20 to 26
Saint Jordi

KTAO guide 066
Nbr 66
1971 May 27 to Jun 2
Rock Gardening in the Ukraine
[John Hayden]

KTAO guide 077
Nbr 77
1971 Aug 12 to 18
Raising E-Coli for Fun and Profit
(KTAO up for sale)
[John Hayden]

KTAO guide 086
Nbr 86
1971 Oct 13 to 19
The Awful Death of the San Jose Mercury News

KTAO guide 092
Nbr 92
1971 Nov 24 to Dec 2
[Pete Blind]

     

Guides are arranged chronologically - Click on link below

1963 to 64

1965 to 66

1967 to 68

1969 to 70

1971 to 72

1973 to 74

1975 to 76

1977 to 78

1979 to 80

1981 to 82

1983 to 84

KTAO


If you possess any souvenirs (program guides, tapes, or photos) or have a story about your experience with KRAB you are willing to share, please email archive@krabarchive.com

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