I was wondering how many would have fun with the Spanish there; apparently, Dave M. goes the distance and takes the strain out of doing it yourself! I thought it was fun, any way. Here 'tis:
"Felicidades Bud, here’s a Google translation of the remarks by “Ismael” on the “De Todo un Poquito” from Miami - -
Beaker Street was the first program of "Music Underground" regularly broadcast by a commercial radio station from AM in the center of the United States.
KAAY was (and still is) a class 1C AM station of 50,000 watts with a long history, licensed in 1090Khz radio dial, "The Mighty 1090" (The Mighty 1090) in Little Rock, Arkansas. Clyde Clifford was the driving force behind Beaker Street, the most successful show in the history of radio. Clyde started at KAAY by 62 or 63 years replacing an engineer in the summer and when they had the transmitter in Wrightsville. Beaker Street began in late 1966 or early 1967, with 30 minutes, until the year 1972. It was later sold and converted to evangelical religious broadcasting.
Many believe that Beaker Street died in the 70s, but the reality is different, Beaker Street is "alive and kicking," I hear it from the late 90s, with a schedule of 5 hours, yes sir, and you could also tune in to this radio station in Arkansas, every Sunday at 7:00 PM Eastern Time. http://www.point941.com/on-air/beakerstreet.aspx
They can also download past shows at this link, may also read interviews with Clyde Clifford and read the full story of Beaker Street.
Adios, DM "
Thank you, Dave!