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RE: Brown Eyed Girl -- "Turn up the radio" (Was Re: Market Research)
- Subject: RE: Brown Eyed Girl -- "Turn up the radio" (Was Re: Market Research)
- From: "David Merrill" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 10:09:38 -0400
(and for all other lovers of great top 40 radio) - check out the salute to
97DJ at this address http://members.aol.com/porcarocpu/wwdj1.html
This was the top 40 competitor to WABC for about 2-3 years in the early
70's. WBOS's George Taylor Morris was there for a time.
There is an aircheck of their top jock, Bwanna Johnny, at
For those who have never visited that site, you have been missing a real
Give me jingles, give me personalities!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bump Martin [mailto:LJNF40C@Prodigy.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 1999 1:23 PM
> To: David Merrill; 'Kevin Vahey'
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Brown Eyed Girl -- "Turn up the radio" (Was Re: Market
> >Also of note from the NY Message Board, WABC never played
> "My Ding-A-Ling"
> >despite it being #1 on competitor 97 WWDJ. WBOS's George
> Taylor Morris was
> >a jock on the great 97DJ.
> Anyone know what year(s) GTM was on WWDJ?
> (I also heard that Sean Casey was also an alumni of 97DJ.
> Anyone know what
> BTW...WHat were the 'great years' of WWDJ....and what ws it's
> (Are they Foreign Language now?)