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by Jon Kalish, February 9, 2010|Comments: 0
If you visited Greenwich Village in the mid-1960s, you may remember “The Fugs” - a music group known for creatively presenting the hot topics of the time including sex, drugs and the Vietnam War.
In this week's Prime Time Postscript, Jon Kalish recounts the group’s history and that of its co-founder, Tuli Kupferberg, who despite two recent strokes, continues to churn out material, including “perverbs” uploaded to YouTube.
Press play on the audio player to hear “The Fugs” in action, to meet fellow Fugs co-founder Ed Sanders, and to learn more about the group's new album, "Be Free," due next month.
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