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Doug Taylor, 102.9 WDRC-FM Hartford | October 28, 1998 5:22pm-9:22pm

1998 was a year of change in the world of Oldies radio. The format, according to its consultants and programmers, was beginning to “age out”. Meaning, the audience for music of the 1960s and earlyContinue readingDoug Taylor, 102.9 WDRC-FM Hartford | October 28, 1998 5:22pm-9:22pm

1400 WLLH Lowell and Lawrence “Live at 5” | May 22, 1992

Here’s another from contributor David Boucher highlighting some of Boston’s suburban radio stations. WLLH has a history going back to the 1940s, as one of America’s first synchronous AM stations, with synchronized transmitters in bothContinue reading1400 WLLH Lowell and Lawrence “Live at 5” | May 22, 1992

The Best of Dan Ingram, 77 WABC New York | The Early Years: 1966-1974, Part 1

**WARNING: Contains material that may be offensive to some in our listening audience** Here’s the reason for the warning. At the time of these recordings, the things that were said were totally appropriate and acceptableContinue readingThe Best of Dan Ingram, 77 WABC New York | The Early Years: 1966-1974, Part 1

1020 AM Los Angeles Dave Sebastian The Real Don Steele Charlie Tuna Jackson Armstrong M.G. Kelly KFVD KPOP KTNQ KGBS

Nancy Plum, 1020 KTNQ Ten-Q Los Angeles | January 2, 1977

One thing listeners will notice right off is the lack of jingles or any other real ‘in-your-face’ production elements. One could suppose that since KHJ had all that up till later in 1977, Ten-Q figured they could just leave all the traditional AM elements to them. After all, KTNQ was a fresh start, in many ways!

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