It's the return of free form underground radio in San Francisco since it is now all but extinct in the city that pioneered it. It is a part of San Francisco history via FoundSF - Birth of Community Rock Radio: A brief history of KMPX and KSAN-FM
KUSF and KSAN Jive radio lives on in these tapes recorded in the mid 1990's when the original KSAN DJ's came back for two hours every Sunday from 1992-1996. KUSF in Exile has their own archives going back to 2005. The story of the 1990's KSAN reunion on KUSF can be found here with many audio archives from the original KSAN here. Two previous Jive radio tapes can be heard here and here
All of these tapes were recorded off the radio on KUSF between 1995-1996 during the Jive radio Sunday afternoon time slot.
DJ Michael Knight
DJ Bruce van Dyke, in two parts - appr 50 minutes each. Bruce recently wrote about the recent passing of original KSAN commentator Travis T Hipp
Two unknown DJ's. They don't say who they are on the tapes. If anybody knows please do tell
The famous 1969 KSAN Altamont broadcast which is included in the extras of Criterion's Gimme Shelter
San Francisco radio has gotten so bad, people are starting to organize and revolt. As much as corporate radio would like to wipe free form radio off the face of the face of the earth, it will never be suppressed completely.