AM on XM

Brian Vita
Thu Sep 30 23:14:32 EDT 2004

Tomorrow (Friday 10/1) afternoon at 4PM XM radio's '60's on 6 channel with feature a look back at Boston's WMEX from the 1960's, complete with music,jingles and commercials

Brian Vita, President 
Cinema Service & Supply, Inc.
77 Walnut St. - Ste. 4
Peabody, MA 01960-5691

-----Original Message-----
   >From: "KEVIN GOODWIN"<>
   >Sent: 9/30/04 8:26:52 PM
   >To: ""<>, "Mark Watson"<>
   >Cc: ""<>
   >Subject: Re: Scott Muni Has Passed Away
   >----- Original Message -----
   >From: <>
   >Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 22:02:22 -0400
   >To: "Mark Watson" <>
   >Subject: Re: Scott Muni Has Passed Away
   >> Mark wrote--
   >> >    All Access reports that legendary New York City radio personality Scott
   >> > Muni passed away last night at the age of 74. 
   >> The NY Times has his obit, from Associated Press, but I am sure by tomorrow, they will write one up.  I knew Scott for many years.  He was always kind to me and I will miss him.  As I said on another list, he was one of the last of that style of announcer who saw being a d.j. as an art; he related to the listener in a very knowledgeable way without acting superior and without talking down to anyone.  I wonder how he felt about the changes that occurred in radio during the many years that he was in album rock...  
   >I remember when WMEX was on 1150. I remember they used to run Scott Muni's Ticket to Ride his show on the Beatles. I beleive they ran the show on Sunday mornings if I am not mistaken. I beleive the shows were on vynal records back in those days.
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