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Brooke returned to . from Milan only to find Maya home in Brooke's lingerie from the Brooke's Bedroom welcomed her in and put a red robe on. Brooke was shocked to see Maya's portrait on the wall in place of Stephanie's. Brooke was appalled and uninformed. Maya stated it's only temporary until Eric comes back. Maya questioned if Rick has told her what's going on and Brooke denied it. Maya stated Caroline turned to someones else. Brooke was astonished and at first she wanted Rick to tell her the story but then she blurted out it was Ridge. Maya went up stairs to change and tried to be polite with Brooke.

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Pat Holiday, CKLW Windsor-Detroit, May 3, 1977 (01:02:41)
. . Comin' up this hour, Beat The Gong - twice! . . [Description by Greg Barman ] I airchecked The Big 8 from Ft. Wayne, Indiana where they put in a good daytime signal from 140 miles away. In 1977, CKLW was in transition from rock to something a bit softer, call it adult-contemporary (or whatever.) The music mix seemed to lean more toward pop and oldies than in prior years, there were fewer jingles and more segues. As for 20/20 news, the old "blood-n-guts" style was long gone, replaced by a generally upbeat but straight presentation. The big, precision sound was still there, and so was a great jock lineup. This hour features Pat Holiday in the 11AM - Noon hour on Tuesday, May 3, 1977. Return to the Repository TOP STREAM 32 Kbps (14 Khz)
Greg Barman Travelog, Des Moines IA to South Lake Tahoe CA 1977 (22:31)
. . More powerful than any other radio station in Wyoming . . Spencer Davis, KIOA Des Moines
Carol, KMGK Des Moines
Jefferson Stone, KGGO
KC14, KRNQ (Q-102)
KBEQ Kansas City
KY102 Kansas City
WHB Kansas City
Johnny Dolan
Art Hadley, KCMO Kansas City
KEWI Topeka KS,
KCJK-FM Junction City, Kansas
99KG KSKG Salina, KS
KSAL Salina, KS, KWHK
KRSL , KUPK
Van Winkles, KDZA , Pueblo
KIIQ, Don McCall KYSN
Robert E. Lee, Larry Taylor, KIMN Denver
KBPI, 96KX KXKX Denver CO
KHOW, Steve Campbell, CC McCartney KTLK Denver CO
KAZY, KADE, KRNW FM STEREO 97 , Boulder CO
KTCL Fort Collins
Jerry Gephart, KRAE Cheyenne WY
KOWB Laramie WY, KTWO Casper WY
KDLY, KVOW , KMTN Jackson WY
KID Idaho Falls, KRXN Rexburg
KXRK , KBLI Blackfoot ID, K126
KTEE Idaho Falls, KUPI Peoria
KSEI Pocatella, KEEP Twin Falls, ID
K96 , KMTW Twin Falls, ID
Brian Gregory KBOI Boise, ID
KSL Salt Lake City UT
KELK Elko NV
Palmer Stewart, KCBN Reno NV
KRLT South Lake Tahoe
[Description by Greg Barman ] This was the first part of my three-part audio travelog created on a trip from Chicago to California and back in 1977. My criteria for what I selected for all three parts of this composite was totally subjective: whatever caught my interest, either for being very good, very bad, or somehow representative of what passed thru the radio speaker on my trip. The entire three parts are a BIG snapshot of mid-1977 radio. The major markets demonstrated how AM top 40 was starting to feel the effects of the overall change in music, while FM rockers were starting to rise. Chicken-rockers were still alive on AM, though they were fading. Medium market stations were taking cues from the major markets with lots of imitation. Small markets were a mix of automated stations, lots of local color, and plenty of beginning announcers. Return to the Repository TOP STREAM 44 Kbps (14 Khz)
California Radio Summer, 1977 (27:15)
Sacramento: KROY - Bill Stairs , Tony Cox , KNDE , KSFM (Earth Radio). San Francisco: KFRC - John Mack Flanagan , Big Tom Parker , Don Ste. Johnn , KSFX - Ron Samuels , KSFO , KIOI , KIQI ( K-101 ) - Jack Friday , Leora Johnson , KSAN - Beverly Wilshire , KYA - Steve Jordan , Y93 . Almeda: KJAZ - Barry Starkin . Oakland: KDIA . Berkeley: KRE . San Jose: KLIV - Ralph Cole , KLOK - Dave Ware . Salinas: KDON , KMBY - Lenny Mack . San Luis Obispo: KSLY , KBQ . Santa Barbara: KIST , KTYD . Baja: XPRS - Rick Ward . Los Angeles: KHJ Charlie Tuna , John Leader , KNX-FM , KMET , KIIS AM/FM - Bruce Phillip Miller , KMPC - Gary Owens , KFI - Charlie Fox , KIQQ , KTNQ - Willie B. , Rich Brother Robbin . KROQ , KROQ-FM - Jimmie Rabbit , KGFJ - Lee Bailey , Darcel KDAY - Steve Woods . Anaheim: KEZY - Russ O'Hara . San Diego: KCBQ - Steve Goddard , MAGIC 91 , KGB-FM , KFMB - Don Berns , Bobby Rich , KFMB-FM ( B-100 ) - Shotgun Tom Kelly , Danny Wilde , Gene Knight . . Women And Drugs - sounds like my weekend . . [Description by Greg Barman ] California Radio Summer, 1977 is a car-radio aircheck composite I made while touring thru California during June and July of 1977. It includes a smattering of station breaks, jocks, jingles and promotions from Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose, Central California, Los Angeles and San Diego - nearly 40 stations in all. You'll hear plenty of famous names, calls and formats, from the greats to the just plain weird. Return to the Repository TOP STREAM 32 Kbps (10 Khz)
Greg Barman Travelog, Albuquerque to Memphis, 1977 (23:55)
Albuquerque NM: KQEO , KRKE , KRKE-FM
Santa Fe NM: KVSF
Amarillo, TX: 14K KIXZ , 14 KPUR
Oklahoma City, OK KOMA , KZUE , WKY , KOFM , KATT-FM & KLPR-AM , KXXY
Tulsa, OK: KXXO , KELI , KAKC , KMOD , KOKO , KOCO-FM
Muskogee OK: KMUS
Arkansas: KISR , KHOG , KZRK , KAAY , KLAZ Z-98 , STEREO 104 KKYK
Missouri: KTTS-FM
Memphis: WHBQ ( Walt Jackson , Rick Dees ), WMC-FM 100 , WMPS ( Charlie O'Neil , Kevin Murphy ) WDIA ( Max Fortune ), K-97 WHRK-FM . . the temperature in downtown Ozark is 92 degrees under mostly cloudy skies . . [Description by Greg Barman ] California Radio Summer 1977 was only part of my trip from Chicago to California and back in 1977. I was a young man in-between radio gigs and had a burning desire to hit the open road and see the West. I rolled tape from Des Moines to California, and through the desert southwest to Memphis. The car was a 1977 Chevy Vega equipped with a standard Delco radio. I tapped off the speaker leads and patched into a Sony cassette recorder. Somehow, it sounded pretty good. After the trip, I dubbed off selected sets and started cutting. I edited everything into three segments. This is part three. Albuquerque to Memphis, 1977. Return to the Repository More Exhibits from The Greg Barman Collection Herb Kent, WVON Chicago, May 19, 1971 Chuck Williams, WLS Chicago, August 7, 1971 Chris Conner, WNAP Indianapolis, May 1, 1972 Jackson Armstrong, WKBW Buffalo NY, May 18, 1972 Joe Cobb, WVON Chicago, May 31, 1972 Buster Bodine, WNAP Indianapolis, February 7, 1973 Cecil Hale, WVON Chicago, June 8, 1974, Part One Buster Bodine, WNAP Indianapolis, August, 1974 Chuck Riley, WIBC Indianapolis, November 16, 1974 Chuck Riley, Bob Lamey, WIBC Indianapolis, April 1975 Mike Griffin, WNAP Indianapolis, May 8, 1975 Richard Pegue, WVON Chicago, June 9, 1975 Bill Gable, CKLW Windsor-Detroit, May 21, 1977 Pt. 1 Bill Gable, CKLW Windsor-Detroit, May 21, 1977 Pt. 2 The Greg Barman Collection has been part of REELRADIO since June 9, 2002

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Like Giacomo, the Mosses have named another runner after a connection to The Police . Zenyatta , a half-sister to the multiple grade I winner Balance, was purchased as a $60,000 yearling at the Keeneland Sales in September 2005. [7] The Mosses named her after The Police's third album Zenyatta Mondatta . Zenyatta retired with only one loss and a record 20-19-1-0. Zenyatta is the only female horse ever to win the Breeders' Cup Classic . In 2010 she was American Horse of the Year . [ citation needed ]

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