more on KIMN
I have a photoset of just ten scans from KIMN hit parades at my flickr page. Keep meaning to do more.
I like this one because it also shows Can-a-Pop, the brand we drank (eight cents a can at Steele's). We opened one of those in a hot car once. Black Cherry. The can had been rolling around for a while. It painted the interior of our VW minibus with stickiness.
KIMN is still remembered. I've found web pages devoted to it. I found one devoted to KFML, too, the station that replaced KMYR after a brief interval. KFML continued the tradition of playing Firesign Theater albums and everything else. They played 9/10 of National Lampoon's f-bomb strewn "Magical Misery Tour" once, with the announcer finally pulling the plug after it was far too late. Trivia: "Chuck E." was a KFML announcer. The song "Chuck E's in Love" was written about him. Fun fact: I never listen to the song because I can't stand the singer.
Okay, now you've learned way too much about me.