Shortly after the death of B. Mitchell Reed, KLOS’ Gail Murphy hosted a live tribute to the legendary deejay, featuring recorded interviews and a couple of very short samples of his earlier work. Apparently, there were not many original recordings of early Top 40 radio around back then (imagine if Airchexx had been online in ’83!), or perhaps, being that KLOS was an Album Rock station, they were reluctant to remind their audience of screaming Top 40 jocks.
This is mostly interviews. And it’s done so tastefully, with people who surrounded BMR – his former programmers, friends, family and even station owners!
Aircheck #1,258 since May 2, 2002!