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Re: Dave Maynard Aircheck

I was listening to that clip and thinking how the world would change less
than 2 weeks later with the death of JFK.

Certainly it shows that WBZ in those days sounded like a nice Mom and Pop
station that just happened to have one of the finest signals in the US.

Now if only someone could find Bruce Bradley at Paragon Park clips. :)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Sullivan" <CJSULLFLA@webtv.net>
To: <boston-radio-interest@khavrinen.lcs.mit.edu>
Sent: Sunday, June 25, 2000 10:33 PM
Subject: Dave Maynard Aircheck

> Thanks for letting us know about the aircheck-----One thing listening to
> it made me remember was how stagnant the U.S. popular music scene was
> prior to the appearance of the Beatles whose first airplay came in late
> December of 1963.  With drek like "I'm Leaving It Up to You",  and one
> hit wonders like Robin Ward, the Dixie Cups and Barry and the
> Tamberlanes, it was clear that we were ready for a big change and big
> improvement, musically.                            P.S. I had forgotten
> about "Box 103, Boston 34," and "DEvonshire 8-6868"'
> CJSULLFLA@webtv.net                              Chris Sullivan