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Steele died in December 2002, and has been honored on this page.My thanks to Rich Bosse, who prides himself in the audio quality of his airchecks.
But, it's the "Gay, gay Phil Christy Show" and it's obvious Christy has a pleasantly dry sense of humor.Download this aircheck as an mp3 file by RIGHT CLICKING HERE. () This Brucie aircheck was to be sent to battling troops in Vietnam, and a great show it was with Morrow at the top of his game. Sometimes it's just so interesting to hear radio from 50 years ago - this one is no exception.Gotta love the way he says "after" and goes into that occasional falsetto for which he was well known. It's easy to catch the reverb, jingles and staging - but it always seemed that moments where you'd hear two songs in a row were rare.He was "Mc Dougall in the Morning" at WTRY from 1980-85, and Sky Stewart at WFEA. Jim Nettleton's body of work includes gigs at WFIL and WABC - and while at WABC, he voice tracked at WCAU-FM.Besides Nettleton who is always sounds professional and smooth, this station was TIGHT.It's also great to hear a teletype behind the newcast. () Corporate downsizing took Reynolds off the AM airwaves at WOR in New York in 2010.
Many would be surprised by this date of this aircheck - and yes, it's the same guy.
WNBC was obviously trying very hard to sound as boring as possible in this aircheck, playing several slow songs in row - probably to contrast the coming change to full out Top 40. At the time, Steele was retiring from his daily Monday-Saturday programs.
He remained on Saturdays weekly for many years, and eventually went to once monthly.
() The famous one counts down the top party songs of all time on New Years Eve 2008-2009.
It's got some pretty cool in-jokes for radio folks (Why-MCA; "9") and most of all, it ROCKS!
You never knew what to expect from him - on this aircheck he brakes into an impression of Jack Benny, and apologizes for remarks he made about the Beatles. Thanks to Boston Radio Jingles 1955-1974 (Part 1: ) (Part 2: ) Here is just about every Boston stations jingle you can remember (or not remember.) WBZ, WHDH, and WMEX are featured in the first part.