Okay, You're Obsessive, 
      Here's A LOT More Stuff: 

 1 Larry's Alternative Media Conference

 ​2 More from that baseball game

 3 EARLY STUDIO SHOTS- SOME NEW, SOME NOT

4 Laura Ellen Hopper


 5 ELSBETH/ELSIE
  • Coming soon- Elsie with Sherman, Tiny, Cuzin Al, Travus, TLT

 6 CHRIS FEDER
  • Also: look in KFAT Reunion below 


 7 TERRELL LYNN THOMAS​

 6 UNKLE SHERMAN CAUGHMAN

 7 KFAT Reunion
           Can you find: Christa (waving), Marty Manning, Cuzin Al, Sully,        
           Laura Ellen, Dallas, Sister Tiny, Chris Feder, Robin Marks, Felton   
           Pruitt, Gordy, Sherman, Ginny MItchell (Annie Oakley) or others?
  • Benefit for the KFAT DJs at the Catalyst


 8 Last Crew (sorry I can't make this bigger) that's me behind Dallas' hand

 9 ON THIS VERY BUS RIDES GORDY BROSHEAR (c) 1977
    Look For:
       Back entrance to KFAT (:55)   
 ​      Frisco (1:25 +)
       Cassette decks (1:53)
       Sherman (1:40, 2:10 +)
       Fat Beer + cassettes (3:22) 
       Pictures of Dirt Bike Climb (ST on left, CA on Right- 4:20) 
​       Marilyn Chambers gave me this photo after an interview (5:19)
       KFAT Library (6:32)
       Sister Tiny Dirt Bike Climb (7:32)
       Pay phone and window before WHO STOLE MY SCREWDRIVERS (12:55, 13:35)
       Sully (with only a second of Amber) (14:47) 



10 Here are what I'm calling "The Forbidden Chapters."
     These chapters were written for the book but excised for various         
     reasons. I've left the chapter numbers on them so you'll know where in
     the book they would have appeared. Click on the chapter, then the link:

  Music Sucked And Radio Sucked And then Music Didn't Suck But Radio
  Still Sucked And then What Happened."
  ( Against my wishes, my agent put this in the proposal. I thought it didn't
    belong there because it took up WAY too many page in a proposal,
    and because it had nothing to do with the book.) But I like it. 

   "Snake Woman Job Description" came after the chapter on Sherman

   "The Cassette Decks" KFAT had 'em and no one else. 

   "Orca" was a good story, and I wrote it because my first agent wanted 
   me "more in the book." Friends complained that it had nothing to do
   with KFAT, so I took it out.

   "The John Lennon Memorial Chapter" had to do with almost everyone in
   the book made some mention of John Lennon's death and how they 
   they were affected by it. 


11  More from "The KFAT Story"- remember: this stuff is for Obsessives           and anyone doing a Ph.D thesis on KFAT. Everyone else: get a life.  


12  Recent picture of Jeremy

13 Last KFAT T-shirt (we signed the back)

14 The sign of a true Fathead

15 Chapter 54- the other KKK card
    Alright- I lied. The cowboys left 2 cards. This is the other one, and the    
    back had his name, address and phone number, and I thought I'd better 
    not publish THAT. You know how assholes can be

15 Favorite Chewin' the Fat promos:

16 Photos from the final few days at KFAT



17 Sully MC's an event, 1979

18 Awest poster for KFAT Records

19 KFAT belt buckle

      A different KFAT belt buckle
      KFAT hat patch

20 Fat Fry stuff

21 Newspaper articles about The Earthquake

The Great Record Theft
  • the Gilroy Dispatch 2 the theft



22 Fat Beer- Jeremy knew it was cheaper to print labels than make beer

23 Chuck Wagon and the Wheels pix 


24  Elsie at the time of KFAT Farewell

 25 Some Chuck Wagon & the Wheels shows at the Fat Fry 
     Both recordings start with Chuck Wagon KFAT IDs:

26 KFAT business cards- you've seen one, here's three more

27  Another picture of Jeremy Lansman

28   You won't believe this, but it's true. Cuzin Al gave me this KFAT board 
        game. These pix are all my scanner could get on one screen. 
  • coming soon: the game and its parts laid out

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30   Pictures of Harold Day aka Weird Harold

31 Travus- did I put this one up already?


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