From sometime in the early 1970s to May of 1981, there existed a remarkable little radio station in Cambridge. It had only 250 watts of power, it was AM, and it had to sign off the air at sunset. By those measures, it was the least among the dozens of Boston-area radio stations. Yet, many people recall it fondly to this day. The secret was in the programming: CAS (Cambridge And Somerville) programmed Soul, Jazz and Folk together with a strong emphasis on local music of the time: Chris Rhodes Band, James Montgomery, Tom Rush along with national acts NOT in the Kick-Ass Rock genre prevalent at the time. Featuring presenters like Donna Halper, Moe Shore & The Show More Show, Frank Dudgeon & Rick Starr, one could tune in for a gentle but soulful listening experience, the likes of which have not since been duplicated.
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