MARY TURNER {LAST SHOW ON KMET-FM} {PART 2 OF 4} (RADIO)

Summary

Continued from R:14176. This radio program, part two of four, marks the end of disc jockey Mary Turner's ten-year run on KMET-FM, Los Angeles. Songs played by Turner include the following: "Hold Me" by Fleetwood Mac, along with a brief interview with Mick Fleetwood, the drummer and leader of the group; "Keep Pushin'" by REO Speedwagon; "Welcome to Hollywood Paradise" by the Henry Pall Band; "Rocky Mountain Way" by Joe Walsh; "Dirty Movies" by Van Halen; "You Better You Bet" by the Who; "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell; "Shakin'" by Eddie Money; "Southbound" by the Allman Brothers Band; "L.A. Woman" by the Doors; "No, No, No" by Ted Nugent; "Only Time Will Tell" by Asia; "Love Stinks" by the J. Geils Band; "The Onvoy" by Warren Zevon; "Maggie May" by Rod Stewart; "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC; "Stone Cold" by Rainbow; and "So Respectable" by the Rolling Stones. Turner gives a quick farewell to her listeners and plays her last song, "Freebird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Jim Ladd follows Turner, as he has for many years, and expresses his emotions for his colleague; his show is a tribute to Turner's career on KMET, which begins with "Miss You" by the Rolling Stones. Includes commercials and promos. Continues with R:14178.

Details

  • NETWORK: KMET-FM
  • DATE: August 6, 1982 Friday 8:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 1:58:51
  • COLOR/B&W:
  • CATALOG ID: R:14177
  • GENRE: Radio - Music
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Music
  • SERIES RUN: KMET (Los Angeles, CA) - Radio, 1982
  • COMMERCIALS: Radio - Commercials - Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park^Radio - Commercials - Miller Lite beer^Radio - Commercials - Atari home video games^Radio - Commercials - Licorice-Pizza record stores^Radio - Commercials - Wild West clothing stores^Radio - Commercials - "Things Are Tough All Over" (feature film)^Radio - Commercials - Budweiser beer^Radio - Commercials - Super Shops automotive stores^Radio - Commercials - Tropical Blend suntan lotion^Radio - Commercials - "The World According to Garp" (feature film)^Radio - Commercials - Tower Records^Radio - Commercials - Pioneer portable stereos^Radio - Commercials - Coca-Cola soda^Radio - Commercials - Henry Weinheart's Private Reserve beer^Radio - Commercials - University Stereo audio/video store^Radio - Commercials - Topol smokers toothpolish^Radio - Commercials - Levi's clothing^Radio - Commercials - "Night Shift" (feature film)^Radio - Promos - "Toronto Free-Concert"^Radio - Promos - "Heart and John Cougar Concert"^Radio - Promos - "Off-the-Record with Mary Turner"

CREDITS

    • Mary Turner … Host, Disc Jockey
    • Jim Ladd … Host, Disc Jockey
    • Mick Fleetwood … Guest