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|Dec 26, 05
CHeif Engineer of KWFM (KCEE, and later KRQQ and KNST) until 1985 just
before the sale to SFX which became CLear Channel. Great times and
places. I worked for Behan, American Media and Prism.
|Dec 18, 05
||Sunset Beach, Oregon
It's great to see that so many people have signed this guestbook and
visited the KWFM page over the past 2 years. KWFM meant a lot to many
people. I especially like listening to all the old airchecks from
folks I knew and to remember that era in Tucson. This is a great web
page! Keep up the great work!
Mike Kraushaar (aka Pete Michaels)
Former DJ at KLPX, KSTM and currently at RadioFreePhoenix
|Dec 16, 05
||j c livingston
I listened to KWFM from the time I was 12 years old (1973). The
station opened my mind to so many types of music. It wasn't just rock
being played, but a free, open format. Bruce Springsteen's version of
"Fever" was a song often played and the one that sticks in my mind as
being an example of the quality of music airing at that time.
|Nov 4, 05
I was also looking around for Meighan and Riopelle music not too
recently (within past year) and dropped by PDQ records on Grant in
Tucson. Browsing through the old vinyl sections, I found several copies
of their albums; picked out all the ones I was missing. You might have
similar luck at Bookmans too, they have used records. I wish they had
recorded more material.
|Oct 28, 05
||The Woodlands, Tejas
Great site. This brings back a lot of memories for me from the mid-70's.
I was actually googling for some info on Street Pajama when I found this
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