/ ACCORDING TO THE RULES of radio your on-air name has to be unique, and when I started out in this business twenty years ago there was already another Andrew Morgan, a guy doing canyons and coyotes, or so I imagined--so I couldn't legaUy use my own name on the air. After some consideration I became Andy Andy. It made sense at the time, and actually I Uke the name now. It's Ught-hearted, and it's happy to be here, and by rights I ought to be happy by now, but being on the radio makes me uneasy. I'm a shy man reformed--something of a burden in this business, if you want to know--and although I've got it more or less under control (I usually talk to the people who talk to me), classical music in Santa Fe--some bearded guy talking to the sometimes I do find myself envying that other Andrew Morgan, if in fact he stiU Uves: his quiet classical voice, the voice of a desert music, the quiet sand, the stars. man alone and broadcasting to maybe nobody at all. No strangers call him. I envy him his long classical lapses overnight, his gentle I work
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1995
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