Sandab moves an Ocean and a Rocket
Paul B Currier
Sun Apr 15 14:44:23 EDT 2007
'MVY plays real jazz on Sunday mornings.
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> Sent: Saturday, April 14, 2007 4:39 PM
> Subject: RE: Sandab moves an Ocean and a Rocket
> > > I thought that Ocean 103.9 had inherited the Jazz/Nostalgia format
> > > from WQRC. Has that format moved to another station on the cape, or
> > > has it gone away completely?
> > It's gone, Cape Cod is now without Standards and Oldies. WOCN "Ocean
> > evolved into a Soft AC format as 99.9 WQRC moved closer to Hot AC.
> > Here's the recently played songs on WOCN:
> > http://www.ocean104.com/wocn_justplayed.htm
> > WQRC: http://www.wqrc.com/wqrc_justplayed.htm
> WQRC looks more like a Smooth Jazz than a Hot AC to me. I'm showing a last
> five songs of Lee Ritenour, "Forget Me Nots"; Michael Manson, "Outer
> Drive"; Kyle Eastwood, "Now"; Kenny Garrett, "Simply Said"; and Kenny G,
> "You're Beautiful" right now, although the artists pictured on the site
> Kelly Clarkson, Sheryl Crow, Dave Matthews Band, etc. Has WQRC flipped, or
> have I just stumbled upon a Sunday specialty show?
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