Sunday, October 23, 2011

KFXM October 21, 1966

Gary Marshall and Dick Lyons

Anyone remember the record department at Sages Del Rosa in San Bernardino? The middle picture Sages Riverside.
Poor Side Of Town-Johnny Rivers #1
New in the top ten
Good Vibrations-Beach Boys #5
Let Love Come Between Us-Rubber Band #7
That's The Way It's Gonna Be-Lee Mallory #9
Highest debut
Winchester Cathedral-New Vaudeville Band #14
Monkees Car on cover

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

YOU BETCHA! Sage's Del Rosa's Record Department was a great place to just hang out, along with the store's superb Magazine Section... a la Playboy!

Anonymous said...

Sages at Baseline/E was a stopping
place on the way back from
Berdoo High School in the
afternoons.
Love to touch those records but
didn't have coins to buy any.
But handling those 45s gave me
pleasure.
I got even. More than even.

Anonymous said...

Dick Lyons dislocated shoulder
turned into on an on-air joke
of him having a dislocated Dick.

Lord Darth Rageous! said...

Sure miss old Sage's store, market, bakery and toyshop! Everything one could need under one roof. Swell proprietor the Sage family were. Real disgrace there is nothing in Berdoo commemorating or even recognizing Sage's contribution to the communities they served!!!

Anonymous said...

Where is the Lyon man these days.
I remember him at KFXM. Great delivery and smooth. Caught my
ear.

Anonymous said...

Dick Lyons is in sales at KFRG.

Lord Darth Rageous! said...

Cool, thanks for update on Dick Lyons! wish him well i do.