Best Sonic Love Letter to Records

Sunday Night Vinyl, Hippie Radio 94.5 FM

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This, kids, is what radio was in the early ’70s: a man at his console, a slab of vinyl cued up on the turntable, airwaves alive with the crackle and pop of needle plowing groove. Even the setup is Dr. Johnny Fever simplicity itself: Listeners drop off suggestions at East Nashville’s The Groove and other locations for the vinyl LPs they want to hear — e.g., Foreigner’s Double Vision — then host “Whitness” plays ’em with the owners (and sometimes artists) on hand at 9 p.m. each Sunday. More, please.
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