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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

GIL'S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION - 4/24 PLAYLIST

Just when you thought it was safe to return to following the Kardashian family saga, "Gil's High School Reunion" slips its way back into your 1973-1983 locker like a love note from your secret admirer. There are only 2 songs in today's show that didn't make the top 40, so return to the days of your overloaded 45 record changer and let the 60 minute party begin at 2 PM eastern!

The classics and one hit wonders showcased today include Johnny Lee, Queen, The Brotherhood Of Man, Pat Benatar, Eagles, Prism, Alan O'Day, Loverboy, Stephen Bishop, Roger Voudouris, Jigsaw, Jefferson Starship, Chicago, The Police, Ian Gomm, Go-Go's, and First Class.

It was a great time to be listening to the radio, and The Retro Attic brings it back to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just go to http://retroatticrareoldiesradio.blogspot.com, open up a can of Tab or Schlitz, and settle in your beanbag chair...

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