Live @ Homelands 2000 In Winchester (28.05.00) - Moby - Live Old Skool & Electronica DJ-Sets 5xCD Co
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Atlanta was lucky enough to have a good radio station for popular music. In South Georgia we had pop music playing only a few hours in the afternoon and evening. But in Atlanta you had. WQXI first went on the air in as an all music station, playing pop standards. Their independent status was unique. Sense Oblit - Cobla Els Montgrins* Sota La Supervisió: Antoni Ros Marba* - Sardanes Finalistes (Prem the stations personalities was Dr.
Series creator Hugh Wilson dealt with the station when he worked in advertising. WKRP episodes which included dropping turkeys from a helicopter and the "dancing ducks promotion," with ducks dancing on hot plates, were actually done by Live @ Homelands 2000 In Winchester (28.05.00) - Moby - Live Old Skool & Electronica DJ-Sets 5xCD Co Blum at WQXI. Blum leased an wheeler and tossed hundreds of live turkeys from a suburban Atlanta shopping center.
Remembering Atlanta Radio. Residents and visitors flocked to the new Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown to ride the bubble shaped elevators up into the canopy of the atrium lobby. The rotating floor of the Polaris Lounge on top of the Regency gave a panoramic view of the city through the transparent blue dome over the lounge. Atlanta had just discovered live theater and theater reviews were becoming common on the radio.
The now defunct Theater Atlanta was a ground breaking class act which went to Broadway Live @ Homelands 2000 In Winchester (28.05.00) - Moby - Live Old Skool & Electronica DJ-Sets 5xCD Co performed a play that spoofed then Governor Lester Maddox who, in the early '60s, gave out pick ax handles at his Pickrick fried chicken restaurant as a symbol of resistance to integration. The Vietnam war was raging and tearing the country apart in Atlanta was a magnet in the south for hippies and youthful war protesters.
The sidewalks in the "Tight Squeeze" area around 10th and Peachtree Streets were packed with so many hippies that pedestrians literally had to walk in the streets. People driving through the area stopped to stare, creating massive traffic jams that snaked for blocks around the area. The alternative newspaper The Great Speckled Bird was hawked by vendors wearing tie-dyed T-shirts from street corners for 15 cents a copy.
Military service was mandatory in The young men who were drafted that year who were fortunate to make it back to Atlanta would find a big change in the radio scene.
When they left, people were listening to AM. When they returned, people were listening to FM. But in Atlanta you had Quixie in Dixie.
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