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Ray, from Cleveland..............it's interesting you memories of Johnny Holliday from the radio in Cleveland. I used to search the stations at night and came upon one of yours WGAR? But Johnny Holliday, if the same announcer, was by the early 70's, here in Washington DC, at WWDC. They even had a little song for his time (can't sing it over this, but can at least say) it went Johnny Holliday...........WWDC. The same guy?

Admin reply: You bet it was. He worked several markets during his career.I have had the pleasure speaking with him by phone when I selected him as one of the top DJs of the baby boomer era. Thank you for signing the guestbook Wendy.

Carl


Added: April 1, 2018
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As a Top 40 radio fan since 1960, I found your blob great..especially since I'm from Cleveland and enjoyed your comments about Johnny Holliday. I also lived in Columbus for 4 years, attending Ohio State, and also listened to WCOL. I find it really hard to believe that you could pick up WHK (a 5000-watter) down in Circleville, but apparently, you did! I met Johnny Holiday years ago and he is as real and gracious as anybody I've ever met. And...that WHK survey that's on your page came from my collection - the numbers inside the WHK logo were mine (they represented how many surveys I had at the time, and how many consecutive weeks I had). Great memories.

Admin reply: Thank you Ray for your comments. I received a weak signal but you could listen to him. Didn't get it all the time. I guess it depended how the wind was blowing. LOL

Carl


Added: April 1, 2018
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had a radio strapped to my bicycle and listened to these songs, real music yes

Admin reply: Indeed great music and great memories.

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Added: March 30, 2018
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This is like 'medicine' !! To escape a little of today's negative ways of what it's become from those 'good ole days', simple kind caring .
Go to this great website everyday for a bit, reading more memories, helps me 'hang in there' in this mess of today. Thanks for the great website of this way to remember when 'simple' was better, having limits was a good way to teach. Also, going to hear some oldies, of Mamas and Papas, Statesmen, some others that were singing back then. Thanks! :D :D

Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Wendy. Glad you enjoy the site.

Carl


Added: March 30, 2018
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Loved your site...I was active duty in 67 and 68, working from Subic Bay.

Current call sign kf2bd; ex W0beb, k4sow

Admin reply: Glad you hear from you Dave and thanks for your service.

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Added: March 30, 2018
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Was a small market DJ in the mid 60s to mid 70s. Love this site and all your music. Thanks for all your hard work. :D

Admin reply: You are welcome Bob and thanks for stopping by and signing the guestbook.

Carl


Added: March 18, 2018
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My 14yo grandson Loves oldies from the 50s 60s & 70s. I told my daughter that he's an old soul.He has a retro rotary phone and now he wants all of Grammys record albums. Where can I find record albums of this music to buy for him? :)

Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by. There are not many places to buy old LPs but some do exist. Look for record shops that sell old or used LPs. Also flea markets are a great place to look. My huge record collection was somewhat a result of flea markets. Good luck.

Carl


Added: March 16, 2018
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Miss these times, causes a sort of sadness the times are gone now.

Admin reply: Yes a great time to have been part of. Thanks for your comments Paul.


Added: March 15, 2018
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A simpler time - the 60's were the end of the innocence but family values were more evident

Admin reply: Indeed. We could sure use some of those family values today.

Carl


Added: March 13, 2018
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Righteous!

Admin reply: Thank you Lisa.

Carl


Added: March 10, 2018
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