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  • 8tracks is Radio, rediscovered - Reconstruction: Son Of KRLA 21 Solid Rocks by BurkeDevlin| music tags: |.
  • K-Rock playlist. Don’t know what song’s been playing on the radio? Use our service to find it! Our playlist stores a K-Rock track list for the past 7 days. Fri ; Sat ; Sun ; Mon ; Tue ; Wed ; Thu
  • KRLA ( AM) "AM The Answer" is a radio station broadcasting a talk format. Licensed to Glendale, California, United States, it serves Los Angeles and Southern parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.xyzinfo station is owned by Salem Communications, which also owns KKLA-FM which features a Christian talk and instruction format, and KFSH-FM with a contemporary Christian music format.
  • After nearly 40 years of Elvis, Fats Domino and the Four Tops, Los Angeles radio station KRLA-AM () pulled the plug on rock ‘n’ roll music. And listeners weren’t happy. “It’s a sad day.
  • Side 3. Hello Hello - Sopwith Camel. Cherry Cherry - Neil Diamond. I’m so Lonesome I Could Cry - BJ Thomas. Hey Joe - Leaves. Snoopy vs the Red Baron - Royal Guardsmen. Yellow Balloon - Yellow Balloon. New York’s a Lonely Town - Tradewinds. Gloria - Them. Where did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday on Saturday Night - Ian Whitcomb. Along.
  • Jun 11,  · Found on the Son of KRLA 21 Solid Rock Vol. 2 LP (MONO pressing, and not available on the 42 Solid Rocks LP either!) comes this track! The LP .
  • In fact, according to the New Jersey-based radio station chain that bought “The Heart and Soul of Rock ‘n’ Roll” for $16 million last July, KRLA will actually be better than ever, once the.
  • Where else could you get 21 solid rock hits in one album??? ANDSolid Rock Hit albums distributed at that time.5/5(1).
  • KRLA Beat was an American rock music magazine that operated between and It began in October as a free newsletter distributed by the Southern Californian radio station KRLA, before being reworked as a more reportage-focused title in February The music journalism archive Rock's Backpages describes KRLA Beat as "the first American newspaper dedicated to coverage of the top.