Traces the history of Cleveland's WMMS radio station from 1973 to 1986, exploring how the station helped recreate rockradio and the city of Cleveland by showcasing new, influential musicians and inspiring listeners.Former Monkee Michael Nesmith released one of the first video albums, Elephant Parts. In the early 1930s, Max Fleisher introduced what might have been the first music videos, Screen Songs, which featured popular tunes you could sing along with by afollowing the bouncing ball.a Cablea#39;s ... It was only a matter of time before our entire listening area would be wired for cable, and most of it would get MTV.
|Author||:||John Gorman, Tom Feran|
|Publisher||:||Gray & Company - 2008-08|