For Your Weekend Listening Pleasure: Classic Rock, Covered in King Biscuit Flower Hour
Anyway. Before Sam rolls in with the final preview-slash-open thread of the post-season, win or lose, thought it a good time to unload some of what's been clogging up the desktop since forever: for better or worse, a few tokes of FM-broadcast classic rock sent to deejays on vinyl. As in: For 23 minutes in 1982, I liked Loverboy, who did their KBFH from Reunion that year; "Lady Of The '80s" holds up ... with a cane. Never did get Quarterflash, live from The Agora; nor solo Robert Plant, also at Reunion (The Summit and Erwin Center too) in '83.
Among the better, if not best: Foreigner's KBFH appearance recorded at Reunion in 1981, a stout best-of that reminds: Not so bad, buddy, especially "Long, Long Way From Home" and "Blue Morning, Blue Day." True story: My attending this concert actually killed a friendship with a junior-high classmate who only listened to early-days Kinks. Which I completely get now; then, not so much.