the hype started. Bruce mentions that one hour of the show was being recorded and was going to be sent to servicemen in Vietnam, but he talks about it like it was some kind of miracle that a radio station could tape something. Wabc broke format to cover the Beatles, something which most stations would never do today-they'd be too afraid of losing audience to those who might not like the concentration on one group and the lack of continuous music. Just about everything else was pretty weak in retrospect, even the ones that scored big hits, like "Do You Love Me". Surveys: July 20, 1968 Contributed by Kimball Brandner The survey for the week of July 20, 1968. Survey: April 1, 1974 Contributed by Rich Barbato The survey for the week of April 1, 1974. We originally thought this was 1971, but restorian Rob Frankel reminded us that Roby Yonge was let go in October '69 over the "Paul Is Dead" controversy.) A few comments: Ron Lundy is promoted as appealing to the "modern woman but they show a vintage. But obviously there was no impact until the first ratings book after the change was released. Aircheck: Dan Ingram scoped - mono Contributed by Rich Barbato A typical Dan Ingram show, full of shtick and fun. Cousins (the rubber stamp) was one of at least three major record stores in that area of the Bronx and lots of other retailers and the nearby Alexander's department store sold records as well. And why only one hour? 12 out of the 21 songs listed were FM hits.
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Some soul, some country, some pop, some rock. Contributed by Kimball Brandner, a survey from early January in 1963. "Ron Lundy, a Rock.J. (If anyone knows better, let us know. They're skipping chart positions on the survey: there's no 21, 24, 27-29, 31-33, 35, 38-40, 42-45, 47 or 48 and the last track listed doesn't even get a chart position. Hodding Carter for, wDDT-AM, the latter's new station. Lundy was among the popular broadcasters in New York during the heyday of rock radio. The Beatles would release their first UK album just 90 days from the ending date on this survey and had already released "Love Me Do" b/w "P.S. But it's mostly disco with a few other tracks thrown. Surveys: December, 1968 Contributed by Kimball Brandner The surveys for weeks of December 1968. If the latter, then why the disclaimer - even wnew-FM didn't play every track from every album they chose to play. Hello, Love this is Ron Lundy from the greatest city in the world!