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Julie Williams, Ernie Brown; 790 KULF Houston | October 24, 1981

If its been 33 years since you heard this, you’re not alone and in good company! KULF sounds Bigtime, running a full service AM format and playing all the hits, minus the real hard rock stuff. This sounds NICE! And yes, it would have been nicer had this been a more crisp recording, but this will do.

Julie Williams mostly just goes by just Julie. Its sounds like late afternoon. There’s a full newscast by Randy Kendrick. Its all live, and while scoped, you will enjoy hearing those once-overplayed hits by Kenny Rogers, Air Supply and Sheena Easton, along with a rare catch from the Atlanta Rhythm Section.

Ernie Brown takes over at 6pm and he gets a couple of breaks in before the end.

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790 Houston KULF Julie Williams Ernie Brown Randy Kendrick


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  1. OMG! How in the world did you get an aircheck of me from almost 25 years ago?!? What a flashback!! And cool to hear one of my favorite people, Ernie Brown, on there,too. We went on to San Antonio to do a morning show together.

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    • Julie… hello and welcome to Airchexx! You know, it is interesting how people turn up here. You probably did a search for yourself or KULF… but at any rate, this came on a cassette tape from one of our site contributors. That tape had a couple of different airchecks on it. Many of the best airchecks come in that way. The only trouble is, I can’t tell you who originally recorded this show, there were no liner notes to post with the tape.

      Have to agree with you, it is a great aircheck. Thanks for checking in!

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      • I didn’t do a search for this. Maybe Ernie did? Who in the world recorded it? I have no idea!!

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