|Our thanks to Bob Seamons for this Golden Gift from the Seattle Summer of 1986. Like all of Bob's contributions, this exhibit is edited but also unscoped.|
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Pat O'Day, KJR Seattle, Summer 1986 (37:25)
. . . Do you believe those terrible things we used to play? Isn't that ghastly? . . .
[Description by Uncle Ricky from notes by contributor Bob Seamons]
Contributor Bob Seamons writes, "By the summer of 1986 ... KJR was sort of a Top 40/Adult Contemporary/Oldies mix. There are no ads, news, etc. 'cause I cut them. I'm afraid I just wasn't planning ahead for cyberspace."
In addition to 11 reportable musical performances, you'll hear a few old KJR jingles, newsman Bill Rice, and quite a bit of the very pleasant and familiar voice of Pat O'Day, who introduces himself as "The Myth Of Northwest Radio". Note also Pat's introduction of the Kim Carnes hit
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