Station Composite, 96.3 WMYQ Miami | 1974

Included in this brand-spanking-new composite from new Contributor Russ Oasis are some of the greatest lines ever spoken into a microphone! Here’s the short-lived WMYQ, which would turn into WMJX 96X the year following this recording.

Contributor Russ Oasis writes:

This is one of the composites I promised. WMYQ only existed in this form for a short period of time, so there isn’t much tape out there. I did the best I could.

AMD – G. Michael McKay
Mid- missing
PMD – Chuck Martin (who went to KHJ as PD)
Nights – Rick Williams (me, Russ Oasis)
Late nights – Lee Baby Simms (no introduction necessary).

Russ explained that he spent many hours digitizing this composite and taking a lackluster tape, turning it into what we hear. This is a mainly monaural work, however, segment two is of Chuck Martin. That is in stereo. The rest appears to be in noise-free mono. I asked our Contributor if he could pin down the date. He replied,

” My best guess would be Nov. of 1974. It’s possible that it’s as late as Jan of 1975, but I lean toward 1974.”

I’ll simply leave the title date generic in 1974.

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Composite: 1510 WMEX Boston | October 4-5, 1972

Despite a signal which radiated mostly out over the Atlantic Ocean, the format and 50,000 watts of hit music power is memorable to many from the classic era of Top 40 radio!

Comments

Fred Morton
October 15, 2019 at 3:31 pm


When money meets talent, this is what you get. Great sounding station!



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