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Bob Peyton (Bob Burian) - 01/01/68

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Top 100 of 1967

(Special thanks to Walt Bailey for the audio above).


'Bob Peyton' was a house name used at WPGC. This was the third one (Bob Burian) who was hired by Program Director, 'Cousin Duffy' and took the name from TV's "Peyton Place". In this brief excerpt, he counts down #10 - #6 of the Top 100 hits of 1967 on January 1st, 1968.

Other things to listen for:

- A promo by morning man, Harv Moore & someone else for the 'Lucky Birthday Game' on the 'Big PG'.

- The Top 100 list Bob refers to that listeners could mail away for is included below.

- Repeated "68's gonna be great" liners and jingles. Little could they have known the ensuing year would be filled with unparalleled turmoil & upheaval.

- Jingles are most likely from PAMS of Dallas.

- Harv Moore's spot for a local car dealership. The 'Ken Dixon riddle time' was obscure trivia in a question & answer format which opened and closed the commercial.

- The 'more music' battles typifying the era is evident in Bob's pledge of great things to come from the station in the coming year with 'more minutes of what you listen for'.

- Bob's obvious attempt to wrap up the countdown by 5:15 PM, the sign off time in January for the AM (which was 100% simulcast with the FM that this aircheck originates from).


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WPGC Top 100 Records Of 1967



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