The Globe reports.
Glick talks to Sal from Peabody:
Dave Maynard drops in on Glick:
Three more samples of Glick's work from Northeast Air Checks (requires RealPlayer):
Larry Glick was often the overnight radio voice of my youth. Very entertaining man.
this guy was a big part of my childhood too. i listened to him for years.i was always more connected to culture because of this exposure. i learned a lot listening to the radio at night.for years i couldnt sleep without the radio.there were two legends from boston named larry.
I remember when he was doing afternoons. I'm gonna hafta play "Hanky Panky" in his honor today.
We lost one of the good ones-- hell, we lost one of the best ones.
Larry was one of a kind. A very dear uncle of mine was very fond of his show, and the whole family became fans as a result. My uncle died 3 years back, but I always remember calling Larry from his house and getting a Glick University t-shirt. The YouTube clip of him and Maynard takes me back to when I was 12! As Larry would sign off with - "Goodnight Mrs. Callabash, where ever you are!"