Flashback to 1985 Muswellbrook local radio station 2NM and Don Dawkins,
this also features Frank Fursey on some imaging.3:30
Back in the day 2NM was sister station to Newcastles rock powerhouse
Thanks to Greg Henry for this aircheck, he tells me he recorded this on
an old tape deck at a farm at Bogabri
theradioantenna.com once again showcasing creative genius radio talent,
this time from Peter Mobbs and Chris Fletcher former night time Rock
radio duo from the late 80’s to the mid 90’s.
Impressive use of audio grabs, is Molly really there or is this an
illusion, very clever and non – stop fun
At the request of another radio announcer here’s list number 1, already created quite a stir there’s heaps who missed out fitting in and it’s not a contest these are just people that are familiar and perhaps it appears subjective, that was not intended just the way it turned out and I might add a lot of thought went into this list
Here’s a sample from hour 2 on Monday when 104.7 Triple M Adelaide returned to Classic Rock format, Dave Gleeson is babysitting brekky this week and June 3rd sees Roo and Ditts take the chair, hope they’ve been getting Rock knowledge from Gleeso
The infectious dulcet tones of Melbournes most personable brekky duo
Mike Perso and Jennifer Aniston, oops Jennifer Hansen, bringing an air of credibility to your morning updates, outstanding radio with a cool playlist as well, before the smooth experience I was not a fan, now whenever I need some POSITIVE vibes, I just crank SMOOTH, great to hear such Happy human interactions, thats my recommendation and I’m stickin’ to it.
Background on this assortment is sketchy forgive me if i’m wrong, sounds like Mark Lea, 10am -2pm jock although the timecall say’s 28 past 8, but the SHOUT Promo from Barry Bissell stands out and Phil Huzzard can be heard as well, love the news segue, almost forgot Rob Gell
Didn’t even realise this was in the archives, thanks to Marc McCreadie, had to scope this one it’s almost an hour long, so here’s part one, featuring from one of the most distinctive voices Kev Golsby on the Shortbread creams ad, great 60’s sounds on here