The WMCA Good Guys Addendum Page
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The reason this page exists is just to add to some of what Allan Sniffen created.
With out Allan, my page could not have been done. Much thanks to Allan & all his work on the WMCA page.
Graphics from The New York Times:
New York Times Stuff
Here is a great sight with lots of WMCA stuff:
New York Radio Archive
(Flash! Peter Kanze also added some graphics)
More WMCA Photos
Little Petey Kanze
Thanks to Brian Kowalenko for his scan of this picture.
This is a scanned picture from The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" Album. It is the doll on the cover on the far right side of the album. Though you cannot make it out that well from this picture, it says " THE WMCA GOOD GUYS WELCOME THE ROLLING STONES". The WMCA GOOD GUYS - forever ensconced on one of rock's most classic albums.
Thanks to Peter Kanze byway of Allan Sniffen for this bumpersticker
Here is an article By Allan Sniffen on:"Why WMCA Dropped Top 40"
Click to see a Variety Magazine article on the Pulse ratings from 1966: Pulse Ratings
Mary Shaw & others have contributed some WMCA related photos: More WMCA Photos
Super WMCA Good Guy Fan, Gene Knight, has contributed Hooper Radio Ratings sheet from January Thru April 1964.
Loved the WMCA Good Guys since I was 10(week of 11/17/64). Click below to see what was on the survey that week. Another contribution from Good Guy fan Gene Knight.
[11/19/64 WMCA Survey]
Here are some of the first ARBS:
Arbitron Ratings: May 1965
Arbitron Ratings: January/February 1966
Arbitron Ratings: June 1966
Long Live The Good Guys !
This page dedicated to the memory of my dad, Fiorentino Porcaro
Who used to play fabulous 57 when he drove me to school
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