I was a regular listener to KOMA during the 1970s. If our local rocker 15 KSTP played a song I didn’t like, I’d turn my dial just slightly to the right and “Oklahoma City” would come in. I cried in disbelief on September 12, 1980 when KOMA droped their Top 40 format and flipped to Country. Two years later, I “forgave” them enough to aircheck KOMA Country as part of my routine dial scan.
I grabbed this from Apple Valley, MN, using a Pioneer SX-3900 receiver and long wire antenna. The recording was made using a Technics stereo cassette deck and Scotch Dynarange tape.