Back in October 1983, I recorded Philadelphia’s FM Top 40 & Urban stations. This is from that cassette tape. Stations in this aircheck include: WXTU New 92 (Mike Brophy) 105.3 WDAS-FM (Doug Henderson, son of
At 2 minutes in, more proof that CHR radio was so much different in 1983 than now.
In the early 1980, many FM stations were ditching their older skewing, soft formats, for Top 40, or Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR). One of those stations was WEEI-FM. In 1982, the soft sounds on 103.3
In early 1983, longtime Rock stalwart, 95.5 WPLJ, began a slow transition from Album Oriented Rock station to a Top 40/Contemporary Hit Radio format. When word started spreading around the market that a Top 40
It was more than a radio station… It was a big part of Southern California in the 1960s & 70s. 93 KHJ “Boss Radio” became a hit music station in May 1965. Boss Radio was king. The
It was more than a radio station… It was a big part of Southern California in the 1960s & 70s. 93 KHJ “Boss Radio” became a hit music station in May 1965. For about three years
Top 40 Parody from then 88.1 WTBS (now WMBR) Cambridge. From Contributor Steven Green comes another gem of a recording! Admittedly, the audio quality from this cassette dub from the original reel isn’t the best,
Donated by Contributor Mark Shayler within the past year, this came from a vynl pressing done decades ago as a promotional item within radio circles. It has posted before, but this is by far the