Thursday, April 01, 2010

KFXM and Kmen March 28-29, 1972

A Horse With No Name-America #1 on both stations
Highest debut on KFXM The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face-Roberta Flack #25 New
Heart Broken Bopper-Guess Who
Highest debut Look What You've Done For Me-Al Green #20
New
Vincent-Don McLean
Morning Has Broken-Cat Stevens

K/men Radio The "Rock" Of The Inland Empire

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

That Roberta Flack song had a typo
on the titleof the 45. Atlantic fixed it in a
few weeks when they issued new 45s
of the song.

Fixed title is FIRST TIME EVER I SAW
YOUR FACE. Which is actually the way she sings it. On first few weeks of issue,
typo read like this: FIRST TIME I EVER
SAW YOUR FACE.

Ain't that special.

Lord Darth Sidious said...

INTERESTING... did that wee smallish typo on the record labeling add any appreciable
collectible value to those disks?

Anonymous said...

Dyslexia has no market value

Lord Darth Sidious said...

"HRUMMMMMMP! Value not the market for Dyslexia you say, hmmmmmmm?!
maybe yes, may no; but value more the intent of what is said, think you differently, yes?" (YODA THE WHILL, 28 BBY)

Lord Darth Sidious said...

RE ANONYMOUS' COMMENT:

"Please rephrase that last
comment to English.
No jibberish, please."


AND THE RESPONSE IS:

'' For those who understand, no explanation is needed.
For those who do not understand, no explanation is possible.''

HAL 9000

Anonymous said...

No,I did get the message.
It's just hard on the eyes trying
to decipher a sentence like that.

Lord Darth Sidious said...

...WELL THEN, THE 'AYES' HAVE IT!

Groucho Marx