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November 27, 2010


Rory Murray

KMET was the place to be on Sunday nights in Los Angeles in the 1970's. DR. Demento and Flo & Eddie By The Fireside. What a way to spend the night...


I too loved that show though I guess it was a later version of it. It aired on WLIR around here and was produced there at least for a year or so. I wrote to Flo and Eddie to see if they would be interested in the 26 shows I'd recorded but they weren't. I have them on CD now. They go from 11/24/80 to 7/5/81 with one unknown date. Great wide-ranging, pop-debasing, fun radio.


Yes, their show ran on at least two different LA home stations and ran on into the 1980's syndicated all over the place. Good for you, Lipwak, for transcribing some!


Thanks. Not only did I record them (onto cassette and then transfer them to CD) I logged them. You can see that log here:


I also have WLIR shows, 10 cassettes worth. I built part of my record collection off these shows. They played stuff you never heard anywhere else, and almost never gave the titles or artists. So it was a challenge figuring out who the artists were, w/o the internet!


Mr. lipwak, I wonder if you could send me the log. I'm not having luck with the link. Thank you ( Thanks again.


Mr. lipwak, I figured it out... thanks anyway.!


The incredible Flo & Eddie show is in a different place now.


dang, would love to hear the Flo and Eddie show, but i ain't an invited Nilsson person! ugh!


Unfortunately, the wonderful Nilsson site (where the radio show lived) is no more. I'm not sure if the show can still be found elsewhere. If there is enough interest in hearing it - enough outcry - I will do another blog referring to it and re-post it.It is a wonderful episode of their show, and some very fine radio.

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