It’s Local 518 Thursday on WEXT, September 16th

It’s Local 518 Thursday! Links are included for the artist/band and song featured on the WEXT Radio Local 518 Show so Nippertown readers can find out more about them, and support by listening to & purchasing the songs. A version of the following is posted on the Local 518 Facebook page. Miss the show? Listen to it and previous ones at the WEXT Radio Local 518 Show webpage.

Tonight at 11:00pm on WEXT Radio, the Local 518 Show playlist has a subtle, lightly spiced feel with a playlist that contains…
Citrus Maxima – “1970
Annie Scherer – “After Rain
Canella – “Quiet Love
Kimberly Hawkey – “One of These Days (I’ll Be Gone)
Pryce & Perone – “The Sun Will Never Rise in June
Dylan Perrillo Orchestra – “Dinah”

The Attic Classic: Longtime Capital Region radio and TV personality David Allan is perhaps best known by the local baby boomer generation for the song “Let’s Have a Party, Albany.” Other generations may remember him hosting “Pick-A-Show” for years on WRGB TV, a combination game & talk show in which viewers could call in to win cash prizes. Others may remember him as an on-air show host and announcer at various stops on the radio dial; local businesses for him writing their radio commercial jingles.

Then there’s David’s early songwriting and recording career. Among his records is the album ‘Until We Meet Again’ released in 1971. The 11 songs on it were mainly country and pop tunes, some folk, with dips into early rock n roll.

This brings us around to the Attic Classic. One track on the album is an ode to the intersection of Routes 9 and 2, a traffic flow oddity first built in the 1930s, then reconfigured in the late 1950’s so that 9 would pass straight through under 2. There was even a shopping mall named after it.

I’m sure you’ve figured out that the title of the Attic Classic is “Latham Circle.”

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