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Re: Top 40 on WBZ (Was First with Rock)

'A. Joseph Ross' wrote:
> On Wed, 7 May 1997, Martin J. Waters wrote:
> > But, to me, the key thing is that there were no top-40 hits that it
> > "wouldn't" play -- except of course for "Eve of Destruction," which
> > Westinghouse headquarters pulled off all its stations AFTER it was number
> > one on Dave Maynard's weekly countdown.
> Really?  Why was that?  I recall, in the early 70s, there was a song (I
> forget who did it) that began, "When I think of all the crap I learned in
> high school ..."  And WBZ aired the song, but somehow modified it to
> eliminate that line.
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Simon and Garfunkel  "Kodachrome"   ...when I think of all the crafts I

Weak attempt at censuring, but commonat the time.

Dan Cole