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  • No. Should I? *googles* Oh! That's the "clean cut" stuff my sister was listening to back then. I was more interested in Grand Funk and BTO and Joe Walsh. Led Zepelin. ....I heard it on the radio though. We listened to the top 40 every day, on an old transistor radio with one speaker :)
    • Linda Joy
      I got a transistor radio for my birthday when I was 8 or 9!
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      :) Me too! Those were great! (A little one right? with a one inch speaker?) A couple years later I got a bigger one..it was just like the Gilligan's Island radio. It got AM and FM. Nice. Had tubes. They'd get hot and you could smell the plastic casing. Man, I wish still had that. At night I would listen to AM stations from hundreds of miles away (New York, sometimes Canada). And because I didnt need that little one anymore, I used it for an experiment....I took it apart and added a ton of wire to the antenna.....I turned it into a short wave. I was listening to Soviet propaganda radio from Europe ("Radio Moscow" ...they'd go on about the evil "imperialist United States" and such (it was the 70's). And I would listen to The BBC from London, and to stations from Central America (Ecuador!) (I Love Lucy music LOL *starts singing Ricky Ricardo song now* "babaloo!! babaloo! ...Lucy! Got some 'splainin to do!
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      But yea I remember listening to WOLD, and Barry White and Midnight At The Oasis....and they wouldnt play Alice Cooper because he used the language "Muscle of Love" (he meant his heart right?) *shrug* they banned that! ah good times.. Oh Stevie Wonder was on. "Dont You Worry Bout A Thing"
    • Linda Joy
      It was the first radio I had that was my own!
    • B.H. Wilson
      Does the answer have something to do with 'The Captain and Teneale? '

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