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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Apr 6, 04 Steely Dan Pretzel Logic Night By Night
Ricki's just fine, but KWFM didn't lose their other numbers, either. — tim
Apr 6, 04 Tommy Bolin Teaser Savannah Woman
Tommy was versatile, did many different styles, not surprising you heard
him on KWFM...  I discovered Tommy's Post Toastee on 92.9... either
David's or Bob's show one evening...  Thanks, guys! — tim
Apr 6, 04 Wishbone Ash Wishbone Ash Phoenix
Apr 6, 04 Tommy Bolin Private Eyes Post Toastee
Apr 6, 04 Captain Beyond Sufficiently Breathless Sufficiently Breathless
Apr 6, 04 Ian Dury & The Blockheads New Boots & Panties!!! Wake Up And Make Love With Me
Apr 6, 04 The Doors Morrison Hotel Peace Frog
Apr 5, 04 Jerry Riopelle Dangerous Stranger Dangerous Strangers
In his book "One Hit Wonders", Wayne Jancik calls Jerry "Arizona's
favorite pop artist"... but if you wanted to hear music by Jerry in
Tucson, there was only one place to turn: KWFM! — Tim
Apr 1, 04 The Pills - DC-10
I was a frequent flyer between France and the US much of the 90's.
Everytime I boarded the plane, I checked the seat pocket anxiously to
see whether it was a DC-10 (or MD-11... it's the same thing)... and of
course, I thought of this song, heard exclusively on KWFM. Thanks for
that one, Dave! — Tim
Apr 1, 04 Bodacious D.F. Bodacious D.F. Drivin' Me Crazy
Apr 1, 04 Armageddon Armageddon Silver Tightrope
Apr 1, 04 Bruce Springsteen Unreleased The Fever