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Becca (Rebecca) Adler, North Hollywood, stands next to Ira Cook's turntable at KMPC radio station. Her first recording, an interpretation of Burke-Van Heusen's "Personality" on Pieces of Eight label, became a hit platter. Ira Cook was the first disc jockey to play the record. Photograph dated: June 9, 1965.
1 photographic print :b&w ;19 x 19 cm. Photographic prints
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Cook, Ira KMPC (Radio station : Los Angeles, Calif.) Singers--California--San Fernando Valley Disc jockeys--California--Los Angeles Valley Times Collection photographs