Here’s one that’s just a little bit of Paco, and a whole bunch of Rosko.
The station at 92.3 has a rich history, going back to 1948 when it first signed on in the 48 mHz band. Since 1985, the station has more or less been some form of hard[…]
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After hearing about the passing of Manuel “Paco” Navarro, I thought I’d share some more of his work. Paco was one of the best known voices of disco in the late 1970s and early 1980s[…]
After hearing about the passing of Manuel “Paco” Navarro, I thought I’d share some of his work. Paco was one of the best known voices of disco in the late 1970s and early 1980s at[…]
77 WABC was the undisputed radio leader in New York, until July 24, 1978, when WKTU ditched it’s Soft Rock format, and started playing Disco music 24/7. It was an instant success. The station shot to[…]
The date which accompanied this particular aircheck says February ’79. Obviously wrong, but this is another great aircheck from your webmaster’s favorite DJ (yea, the guy who inspired me to go into radio in the[…]
Lee Roberts is showcased here as one of the “X-Men” on the old 99X. Notice the amount of Disco music in rotation here! Perhaps it was not enough, or too much, but less than a[…]