WSMN Goes dark

Tue Feb 1 23:16:39 EST 2005

Scott Fybush wrote:

>Oh, you mean the albums with knife-marks across the tracks 
>that were too "twangy" or too "loud" to be played on the air?

WKTQ, South Paris had an album where all the grooves had been
removed from a particular track by shaving with a knife.
A Paul Lynde's routine was considered "too risque" for rural 
Maine in 1964.

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