On Sat, 25 Dec 2021 23:21:06 -0500, Steven Bornfeld
Post by Steven Bornfeld Post by Kunz Klingsor
Someone was wondering if a listener of WNCN and Bill Watson era was still around, well, I am. Listened to it from NYC since leaving the US Army. Even today I listen to classical music all day, every day. So delighted I came across this page. At times listened to Brice Bond, WPAT. It be nice to here from someone from that time still with a pulse. :-)
Most of us are on life support.
I lived in Westchester County in 1967-1969 doing my final 2 years of
training before beginning my 2 year tour in the Air Force.
I listened to Watson fairly often but I was often asleep by the time
he really got going. He was responsible for a life changing listening
experience when I tuned in midway through the Jurgen Jugens
"Monteverdi Vespers" and I learned about the music of one of the great
"3Ms" - Monteverdi, Mozart and Mahler.
Fortunately I can still listen to music while on "life support" when
they lighten up on the sedation. I can't hear it so well but I listen.