October 1984. Resurrected
October 1984. Resurrected from John Cline's video archives.
We all know how big the shakers made it. I saw them on their 1990 world your not!!!
Great to see all these bands just before they hit the big time.
Haha wow what a flashback!
So in the '80's Albuquerque was "America's Liverpool??" ?
Please give some big news-show-interview props to the one, the only, the legend, the fabulously talented and the incredibly missed Steve D'Coda. He got his start when Albuquerque actually had it's first real music scene. In the middle-late '60's and then into the very early '70's. There were at least 20 or 30 bands in Albuquerque. And some of them were really REALLY good. There were bands that had players and singers of every kind and color. And that came from every part of the city.
No one SUGGESTED to them, THREATENED them, or FORCED them to be diverse. Diversity was not a thing that even was thought about. Diversity?
No person in any band in Albuquerque seemed to have an advantage, a disadvantage, or a privilege (imaginary or otherwise) that depended on what their last name was, what color their skin was, or what part of town they were from. Either your band was good, or it wasn't, Either you were popular, or not that much. And either the individuals either had some kind of "something," or they didn't. Those seemed to be the only distinctions.
That is just the way I remember it anyway. The way that it was in Albuquerque....back THEN.
Not in the '80's. That news segment made things look pretty grim there.
There were plenty of bands that worked constantly that were not under Buffalino's thumb. I was in two of them (Trouble, and 505). The SOX, Ol' Scratch, Magnetics, and the list goes on. This is pretty funny in retrospect. At least back then there were some signs of life in ABQ.
The following are opens
The following are opens from KOB-TV in Albuquerque, NM from 1974 onward.
Here is what you can find in this compilation:
0:00 - KOB-TV Station ID (2016)
0:04 - “Eyewitness News” intro (1974-1977)
0:39 - “Eyewitness News” intro (1977-1979)
1:07 - “Eyewitness News 4” intro (1979-1981)
1:39 - “News 4 New Mexico” intro (1987-1990)
1:58 - “News 4 New Mexico” intro (1990-1994)
2:26 - “Channel 4 Eyewitness News” 5pm, 6pm and 10pm intros (1994-1995)
3:26 - “Channel 4 Eyewitness News” 5pm and 6pm intros (1995-1996)
3:57 - “Eyewitness News 4” 5pm, 6pm and weekend intros (1998-2003)
4:32 - “Eyewitness News 4” morning, noon, 5pm, 6pm and 10pm intros (2003-2005)
6:56 - “Eyewitness News 4” morning, 5pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 10pm and generic intros (2005-2010)
9:26 - “KOB Eyewitness News 4” morning, noon, 5pm and 10pm intros (2010-2014)
11:58 - “KOB Eyewitness News 4” morning, special ”Balloon Fiesta Coverage”, noon, 5pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 10pm and generic intros (2014-2018)
14:07 - “KOB Eyewitness News 4” morning and 5pm intros (2018-present)
14:32 - KOB-TV Station ID (2018)
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Before she co-anchored the evening news at KOB-TV Channel 4 in Albuquerque, Carla Aragon co-anchored "Today in L.A." with Kent Shocknek on KNBC-TV Channel 4 in Los Angeles, back in the late '80s and early '90s!
your report on the boarder was one sided we want A boarder wall we as Americans do this is fake at news at a local level
POLICE PIG'S PIG9 ? ? ? ROBBING RAPEING SHOOTING KILLING SELLING DRUG. SEX KID'S WOMAN SEX TRAFFICKERS AND ALL ALL POLICE PIG'S AND HIGHER AUTHORITY COVERING UP FOR EACH OTHER'S CRIMES COMMITTED BY POLICE PIG'S AND HIGHER AUTHORITY AND NOT ONLY IN NEW MEXICO ALL OVER AMERICA
WE DO NOT NEED POLICE PIGS GOING TO OUR KID'S SCHOOLS BRAIN WASHING KID'S THAT POLICE ARE THE GOOD GUYS .NOT SO
IN ALBUQUERQUE ALONE POLICE PIG'S AND HIGHER AUTHORITY ALLOWING POLICE AND HELPING POLICE COMMIT CRIMES AND COVER UP FOR OVER 367 INNOCENT PEOPLE SHOT DEAD BY TRIGGER HAPPY POLICE PIG'S IN ONE YR 367 OR MORE INNOCENT PEOPLE SHOT DEAD BY POLICE PIG'S AND AFTER SHOT DEAD POLICE PIG'S STILL RAPED THE INNOCENT PEOPLE THEY POLICE PIG'S SHOT DEAD AND RAPED WHILE DEAD AND ALL ALL POLICE PIG'S COVER UP FOR EACH OTHER'S CRIMES
Danny V. wishes the ladies
Danny V. wishes the ladies from KOB-TV a Happy V-Day!