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From the late 1950s through the 1970s, KQV outpaced all other Pittsburgh radio stations within the lucrative Top 40 market. Its music charts - reproduced here for the 1966 - 1970 period - reflect the popular music preoccupations of Western Pennsylvania listeners from the British Invasion to the progressive rock era. Also includes two concise historical surveys of the radio station. Like the other radio charts titles, my goal was to provide a convenient chronological compilation of weekly surveys with corrections of the considerable errors found in both the original sources and in translation to online sites. These radio charts – which exist in the public domain – can be found in a multitude of sources, including original published sheets distributed via retail outlets, mail inquiries, etc., notation of on-air broadcasts, back issues of area newspapers (where stations are located) and music trade periodicals, specialized reference books, and websites interested in historical documentation, most notably, Oldiesloon, musicradio77, and ARSA. I employed multiple sources in the compilation of each radio chart volume in order to provide the most accurate data possible.
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Frank W. Hoffmann served as a Professor of Library & Information Science, as well as Music, from 1979 to 2014. He has written more than fifty trade books (publishers include Routledge, Haworth, Scarecrow, Shoe String and Libraries Unlimited) and thirty e-books (available from NetLibrary and Amazon.com). He has won the Choice Magazine Best Academic Books award for both THE LITERATURE OF ROCK and INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM AND CENSORSHIP.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1511594470