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Endlessly - The Diamonds, The Mark IV (2), Brook Benton, Sarah Vaughan - Disc Jockey Sixty Second Special Especially Created For Disc Jockey Programming (Vinyl)

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  2. That’s the way it’s done, that’s the Full Duplex Radio formula for success. This week’s successes include classic comedy, lovely covers, retro soul, ex-bashing, pianos, a novachord, Disney music, and more, interrupted regularly by explanations and gossip and chat.
  3. Brook Benton Singer, songwriter inger-songwriter Brook Benton was one of the top performers of the early s. In addition to writing hits for other famous vocalists, he gave music fans the gift of his own smooth baritone voice on popular ballads such as "It's Just a Matter of Time, ""Endlessly," and "A Rainy Night in Georgia.".
  4. The song ran 5 minutes and 19 seconds, giving many radio station Program Directors fits; because the average record length at that time was around 2 minutes, and formats didn't allow for records much longer than that, (e.g., 2-minute record, 3 minutes for commercials, 60 seconds for promo, 2 .
  5. Happy Birthday this week to: July 29 Charlie Christian → Swing and jazz guitarist, early and important electric guitar performer, played with Benny Goodman, Thelonius M.
  6. CHUBBY CHECKER BROOK BENTON ROY ORBISON RICKY NELSON BOBBY VEE RAY CHARLES 2. 5. 6. 7. 9. 8. WANDA JACKSON by the songsters, who have an Everly Bros.-like approach. Splendid programming item that should really please the teeners. The feelingful pose, on the other hand, sports a soft-spoken survey by the boys. () MARK MURPHY (Bobbie.
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  8. 1, people showed up at the Radisson Hotel Ballroom for the session that featured the music of Bruce Dybvig. The account of the event, presented in the September issue of The St. Paul Musician, did not name the co-sponsors, but just said they were a local disc jockey and a .

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