You Only Heard It On 92 KWFM

We're compiling the Top 92 KWFM-Only classics based on your votes. These were the artists and tracks that weren't likely to be programmed on the typical AOR station. Needless to say, the local Top 40's wouldn't touch 'em... Send us your favorite "Only On KWFM" classics on a postcard addressed to KWFM Classics, P.O. Box 13, Tucson 85702... or maybe just click the "Add" button below.

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Jan 25, 21 gentle giant octopus advent of pantegrual
first time hearing this band on an afternoon set list in late April
1973. became my favorite band.  — Ray
Sep 3, 19 John Stewart Cannons In The Rain Armstrong
Doug Jaffe introduced me to this gem from the early 1970s. Beautiful
song. — Tim
Jan 9, 18 Graeme Edge Band Paradise Ballroom Paradise Ballroom
We were so lucky to have this station — Alan Cummings
Jul 27, 16 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Don't Bring Me Down
This was a rare live recording, and it was played somewhere around 1979
to 1980. Memorable cover of this classic song. — Debbie
Apr 21, 15 The Dusty Chaps Honky Tonk Music Don't haul bricks on 66
Only one of many great songs by the Chaps.  Shall I do one of these for
every one I remember? — John W. George
Jul 28, 14 Yes Tales From Topographic Oceans The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)
I was in high school, feeling enhanced and relaxed in my bedroom as the
DJ played this, radio is just not like this anymore...what a
shame. — Ken
Dec 26, 13 The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band Gorilla The Intro and the Outro
I remembers being amazed as this spun late at night, listening in bed
from my clock-radio. — Brian R
Sep 5, 12 Frank Zappa Apostrophe Don't Eat the Yellow Snow, Nanook Rubs It
I remember hearing this once or twice around Christmas or New Year's,
maybe in 1978.  It just goes with the season so well! — Tim
Sep 5, 12 Frank Zappa & Capt. Beefheart Bongo Fury Muffin Man
In the latter part of the 1970s I was obsessed with FZ, so my ears
perked up whenever I heard the strains of his music filter from the
speakers, which they sometimes did, including this (now) classic
collaboration with Mr. Don Van Vliet. — Tim
Dec 19, 10 Cowboy Boyer & Talton A Patch & A Pain Killer
Dec 19, 10 Van Morrison St. Dominic's Preview Listen To The Lion
Late Summer / Fall of 1972
Dec 19, 10 Help Yourself Beware The Shadow American Mother