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Date Posted: 13:22:01 09/20/12 Thu
Author: Art Reed
Subject: Re: Chuck Brinkman photo
In reply to: Vance 's message, "Re: Chuck Brinkman photo" on 02:51:43 09/20/12 Thu

Not sure about that. By fall 1970 I was in college out of town. However, when I was at KDKA in the summer of 1973, they were still playing virtually all of their music from 45's.
The only exception I remember was the day Ed Salamon came excitedly running in with an advance copy of "Loves me Like a Rock" and had me "cart it up" so they could play it on the air. For some reason, he didn't want them to play the actual record on the air, probably because it was the only copy in the city at that point.

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