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Frankie Crocker WMCA 1969
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While an odd combination, featured here are classic radio airchecks and classic sports cards.

If you miss the radio you grew up listening to, you can relive those fun times once again. We've carefully restored many classic sounds of radio from New York City and elsewhere from the 1950's, 60's, 70's and even some special moments from the 80's.

You'll also find classic collectible sports cards from the 1970's to the 1990's. While others ask you to take a chance on unproven players of today whose card values can crash and burn, the sports cards here are proven commodities.
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Frankie Crocker WMCA 1969

Before he became a superstar of Disco Radio in the 1970's and Urban Radio in the 1980's, Frankie Crocker was one of the Good Guys on WMCA. He was also one of the first Black DJ's, along with Chuck Leonard on WABC, in what was a White Top 40 radio world.

This unscoped one hour CD features Frankie hosting his nightly WMCA Instant Play Show. While the concept was simply take people's calls on the air and play what they ask for, the passion that people had for WMCA and the passion Frankie had for his listeners all come through big time.

This time was also an interesting one for WMCA. After some experimenting with the format they had brought back The Good Guy theme. This was also the homestretch for music on WMCA since 1970 saw them switch to talk.

This is a great example of what live and exciting nighttime radio was all about.

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