Dream Clinic

Dream Clinic Podcast

Event Hours(1)

  • Tuesday

    8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Something New!! Go to www.mixcloud.com/thedreamclinic for over 200 hours of archived Dream Clinic shows..its easy..just click n play!

If you are tuning in for the first time I’d like to ask you to try The Dream Clinic out for three or four weekly episodes to get the full effect. For many years I have brought to the airwaves one of the most diverse playlists imaginable… music from a timespan of almost four decades… music from every continent on this Earth.

Music ranging from psychedelic to the blues to progressive rock to folk to good old hard and heavy rock! For the lack of a better description… you might call this show, “the soundtrack of my long ago wild and wicked youth!!” You could hear music from a rare 1968 LP… or music recorded one month ago by a band playing in the style of “my generation.”

I’m Dennis Stone inviting you to take a chance on The Dream Clinic.. you won’t be disappointed!

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Atlanta Pop Fest 1970 poster for the Dream Clinic
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Perfect for any music lover’s music room. This is a faithful reprint at 22″ by 28″ on heavy stock by the owner of the print copyrights Michael Bagwell of Atlanta.

Look at this lineup (from Wikipedia)!

Over thirty acts performed on the main stage during the course of the event:

Jimi Hendrix performed at around midnight on the Fourth of July[1] to the largest American audience of his career,[18] presenting his unique rendition of the “Star-Spangled Banner” to accompany the celebratory fireworks display. The Anunga Runga Tribe of the musical HAIR, which had performed for two weeks in April 1970 on the campus of Memphis State University, were the last act to perform, following Richie Havens, who opened his set at dawn on Monday morning (July 6) with his version of “Here Comes the Sun.”

Among the artists billed in various promotional materials and programs but who did not perform at the festival were: Captain BeefheartGinger Baker’s Air Force, Taos, Jethro TullRavi ShankarCountry Joe and the FishJudy CollinsRotary Connection, and Sly and the Family Stone.

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Texas International Pop Festival 1969 Poster for the Dream Clinic
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Perfect for any music lover’s music room. This is a faithful reprint at 22″ by 28″ on heavy stock by the owner of the print copyrights Michael Bagwell of Atlanta.

The Texas Pop Festival was inspired by the the Atlanta Pop Festival. Look at this lineup (thanks, Wikipedia!):

The Festival began at 4:00 p.m. each day. Grand Funk Railroad (announced as “Grand Funk Railway”) opened all three days and played through the afternoon heat till the 4:00 p.m. opening band. BB King played all three nights and told the same jokes and stories, perhaps thinking he had a different 150,000 person crowd for each show.[9]

Saturday, August 30
  1. Canned Heat
  2. Chicago Transit Authority
  3. James Cotton Blues Band
  4. Janis Joplin
  5. B.B. King
  6. Herbie Mann
  7. Rotary Connection
  8. Sam & Dave
Sunday, August 31
  1. Chicago Transit Authority
  2. James Cotton Blues Band
  3. Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
  4. The Incredible String Band
  5. B.B. King
  6. Led Zeppelin (announced as “The Led Zeppelin”)[10]
  7. Herbie Mann
  8. Sam & Dave
  9. Santana
Monday, September 1
  1. Johnny Winter
  2. Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
  3. B.B. King
  4. Nazz
  5. Sly and the Family Stone
  6. Spirit
  7. Sweetwater
  8. Ten Years After
  9. Tony Joe White

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Hosted By...

Dennis Stone   dreamclinic@aol.com

Hi there! I'm Dennis Stone...host of The Dream Clinic on WMNF 88.5FM. I became involved with WMNF over 25 years ago as an avid listener of The Sixties Show. My frequent calls to Sixties Show Host Dave Hill resulted in an invitation to visit WMNF and the opportunity to present a short set which Dave named "Dennis Stones World of Rare and Unusual Music".

What can I say? I was hooked on the WMNF Experience! I began to volunteer and eventually met Dream Clinic Host Mark Kraemer who invited me to sit in on his show.

That was over 20 years ago and I never left..:) It is my pleasure to serve as host of The Dream Clinic and share my musical passions. I grew up in a large Air Force family who travelled the world and all over the United States. From Tampa to Okinawa...to San Francisco (in the Summer of Love..:)....back to Tampa...on to both Oklahoma and Ohio...we Stones learned to love a variety of music.

Beginning with The Beatles and Sixties Radio...and then a deep appreciation of early FM Progressive Rock....I learned about many non-mainstream artists which serve as the base of Dream Clinic playlists today.

Tune in to The Dream Clinic every Tuesday 8-10pm and you will hear a playlist featuring music from the Sixties all the way to current concerts. You will find artists from every continent on Earth giving their take on "My Generations Music".