40, 50, 60 Year Class Reunions
WABC,WNBC-Beebee, Frank Reed, Johnny Dark, Don Imus way back in 1980. AND..
Featuring KISN in Portland, Oregon -
Steve Glass, Tom Murphy, Pat Pattee on KISN KFRC the BIG 610!
WFIL, WIBG, Big Band Station: KMPC - FEN Tokyo and many more.Swingin' Radio Disc Jockey stations.
While you listen, Close your eyes and try to imagine yourself as the radio personality doing a show. WLS 890 KC with Bernie Allen, Larry Lujack, Clark Weber and Charlie Van Dyke. These new-fangled radios feature the Super Heterodyne whistle in the background. The 50,000 watt WLS signal at 890 khz is weak enough at Geneseo, Illinois receiver site to allow the interference. WFIL 1968 George Michaels very real when you put yourself in his chair.
WABC; WNBC,WPTR 1968 Albany, New York See1969 Below on Left.
Gil David and Boom Boom Brannigan - Fabulous
This is the REAL Boomer. An all new WPTR studio plus an all-new jingle package. It was an unfamiliar new and exciting atmosphere. Those were the days when radio was. No, wait a minute; those days are now! At Radio Disc Jockey Homestead we are transforming our culture! So are Philly Radio and Doo Wop Cafe and WLML!
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KGW 1968-1970 had jingles with full quality and tons of bass. 1962 KGW first AM stereo station and Fourth-Dimensional sound: Using 620 khz and KGW channel 8 for stereo listening.
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Aircheck Dream List, programs needed:
KISN Radio,KGW and KGON
KISN Ben Dawson Night Watch 1958.
History of Modern Music WIFE/KOIL more
Mike O'Brien-Radio 91Derful
Steve Brown KISN, KOIL, WIFE
Johnny Williams Show Kisn 1960
Jack Sunday, Bruno weekends 1962 on Kisn
Johnny Dark, 1960, midnight to dawn on Kisn
Joe Allen 1963-64 KYMN Oregon City.
Ray Horn 1962-3 KGW, Portland Oregon
Roger W. Morgan on Kisn 1960's
Cal Coleman 1960's KKEY, KODL
Russ Ripley 1960 Kisn and KGON-AM
KGON Ben Tracy, Larry Curran, Don Hughes 1962
Vic Night KGON 1520 khz. Portland1963.
Kisn/KJR Les Parsons Million Dollar weekend.
Ken Chase Show on Kisn in 50's and 60's.
RDS Don Steele on KIMA, KORD or KISN
Dave Stone Kisn-FM 2000. Earlier Dave Stoners.
Frank Benny 1959-1960 Kisn
Tom Murphy's Buddy, million dollar weekends
Bill Western - All shifts KISN Portland
Gil David WPTR 1968 Albany, NY
Steve Phillips in the land of the midnight sun. "Stephen on AFRS with the Musical Most"
aka Chuck Weber, Steve Weber, 50 Year Class Reunion below
I REMEMBER BEING AT JOHNNY DARK'S HOUSE; HE PLAYED THE ORGAN EXCELLENTLY. HE WAS THE ALL NIGHT SATELLITE OF THE 50'S. I WAS AT BILL HOWLITT'S AND HE RAN ELECTRIC TRAINS. ROGER HART TOOK ME TO ELMER'S IN TIGARD TWICE TO READ THE BIBLE TOGETHER. I SAT IN ON THE OLD SMITH LAKE XMTR SITE. ON ALL THE FIFTIES KISN DJ'S: DON STEELE, FRANK BENNY, PAUL OSCAR ANDERSON WITH JACK SUNDAY (FROM CANADA). AND YOU COULD NEVER FORGET SITTING-IN AS THE AUDIENCE AT THE TRANNY OF PAT PATTEE AT VARIOUS APPEARANCES. BILL HOWLITT WITH BWUANA JOHNNY AND SOME I HAVE FORGOTTEN.
I REMEMBER JEFF MICHAELS IN 1976 BECAUSE HE WAS NATURALLY FAIR, FRIENDLY AND HONEST. YES! HE ANY MANY OTHERS ENJOYED TALKING ABOUT OTHER TALENTED MEN IN RADIO. THEN CRISTY AT KISN, SEEMS LIKE SHE KISSED ME ONCE ON THE HOLIDAYS.
I SURE REMEMBER JACKIE BLUE, MY FAVORITE GROUPIE WHO SENT ME MANY HUMOROUS PICTURES AND LETTERS. I REMEMBER TERRY TAYES FROM THE RON BAILEY SCHOOL, WHAT A CHICK! I WOULD LIKE TO SEE ATHENA MY SWEET FRIEND WHO ALSO BEFRIENDED A COMPETITOR STATION ANNOUNCER.
THESE AND MANY MORE CAN ALL HOIST A TOAST TO DON BURDEN AND STAFF AROUND THE KISN CARROL TREE..
KGON STUDIO AND TRANNY (50,000 watts directional): Don Hughes, Larry Curran newsmen, Tracy, Roger Hart, Bill Western, Joe Allen-they were all there. Ted Barr and Vic Night had made appearance earlier. The cartridge machines were mounted in a alvoce behind the jocks, the turntbles directly in front of the announcers.
YOURS TRULY, CHUCK WEBER
Chuck Weber is the producer of these original airchecks.
Here is my DJ Boss-ology. The Chuckar
1958-1959 The Drifters, Flamingoes, Avalon, Rydell, B Vee
1960's My life and music was euphoric. Always a new song comes along.
1970 Like BJ Thomas, I was "Hooked on the Ceiling" my first six months doing the Teen Shift at KATA. Guess Who, SugarLoaf, Yes! a little Cream from the 60's blending-in.
1971 Then came the let-down of too abstract mellow or mindless compositions and songs. We relied mostly on the oldies of the past twenty years.
1974-1979 Next came the hot years. Bachman Turner Overdose, Olivia Newton John, Smokey Robinson, Temptations, the Devon Sisters
1980 to Present A few great exceptions have been recorded since that time. I listen to a little everything. Some OTR Gunsmoke or Jimmie Stewart, Raymond Burr on Fort Laramie, the Texas Rangers.
Classical, Religious, Oldies and Doo Wop on the Internet have made the same mistake as some AM-FM radio programmers. They rely on manipulated "statistics and the Top 100 and the minority of requests. It is rare to hear a DJ do a "flip-sides" show. We are not alone for there are thousands of young listeners who will not be 'programmed'.
I'm hoping for some real child-prodigy talent to make a splash and make waves.
From a broadcast programmer of 70 years from the time I was knee-high to a transistor. Chuck Weber
Our purpose is not free entertainment, but historical fifty year-old sample shows. There are no complete songs.
This was American pop radio which may never return.
Dear Radio Groupies - DJ's and Personalities of Philly, NYC, Upstate, Adak Alaska, Seattle, Portland and the Oregon and NorCal markets are sitting in my library. I'll load-up more personalities for you on Radio Disc Jockey as demand goes.
Sample Show Script for Chuck Solid Gold Spectacular
Gene Pitney Every Breath I Take
George Michael & Elton John (1991) Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me(Vinyl)(Live)
George Harrison (1981) All Those Years Ago(Vinyl)(Voice)
Glen Campbell (1969) TrueGrit (Country)(Vinyl)(Voice) Thanks and I remember taking the Grit newspaper, do you, back in 1969?
Hermans Hermits (1967)No Milk Today(Vinyl)(45)(Voice) We won't send you to bed without your warm glass of milk.
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan (1970) Tennessee Birdwalk.(Vinyl)(Voice Program) thanks Mister Big.
Let's hang-out the bird's Dirty Underwear.
Rick Nelson (1960's) Young Emotions - Vinyl - No Voice
Jay And The Techniques (1968) Strawberry Shortcake(Vinyl)(Voice Program)
Jim Reeves - (1959) Home(Country)(Vinyl)(From The LP The Best of) "That's the late Jim Reeves, "Home". He used to belong to a little church in the dale.
Kaylin Twins (1959) WHEN (Vinyl) Two great peppy vocalists. Morie and ?.
"Get down Teddy Fans, Gonna knock your socks off here:"
Jimi Hendrix (1968) All Along The Watchtower(Vinyl)(Voice Program).mp3 Watchtower? Isn't that the free magazine they used to stick in our screen door? That's when I used to run out of material for the show.
Jimmy Cliff (1969) Wonderful World, Beautiful People(Vinyl)(Voice) Ahhh, it's a Great World.
John Lennon (1981) Woman(Vinyl )(From The Vinyl LP Double Fantasy) Loved that sound, when I was on the KODL transmitter down the dial at 1440 a.m.
Jimmy Jones (1960) Handy Man(Vinyl)(45)(Voice Program) Home Repair
Johnnie Ray (1951) The Little White Cloud That Cried(Vinyl)(Voice) Ron, that fact about Johnnie being in Dallas, Oregon! That's just overwhelming!
Stylistics song or Intruders ( ) with... UNITED
Johnny Burnette (1960)You're Sixteen(Vinyl)(45)(Voice Program) Sweet sixteen, teen agers. ya know what I mean?
SEGUE and or Jingle/Segue
Johnny Cash - (1958) Ballad Of A Teen-Age Queen(Country)(Vinyl)
Johnny Crawford - (1962) Rumors(Vinyl)(From The 45 Single And Not The C D)(Voice) The boy on the street Gossip column, The Rifleman's Sun, in 1962, Johnny CrawFord.
either: Johnny Mathis - (1962) Gina(Vinyl)(From The 2 Record Set And Not The CD Johnny Mathis. Transporter year retro 50 yr gold
OR: Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams (1978) Too Much,Too Little,Too Late(Vinyl)(45) Now step into my transporter and I'll send you back 38 swingin' years.
Temptations ( ) Since I lost my Baby
My memory of Chinatown at Yokohama, Japan at the Bar Bacchus. Jukebox never missed a track on that old Seaberg!
Johnny Rivers - (1966) Poor Side Of Town(Vinyl)(Voice Program)
Keith Green (1975)You Put This Love In My Heart(Vinyl)(45)(Voice) Yeah! Dan Peak sounded very much like Keith Green. A tragedy for Keith in the plane crash!
If someone has objections, we will consider removing the show. KEEP IN MIND I am doing this for FREE as a hobby. Singers and support; The Star Stations promoted your records for free and paid their dues. Please do not deprive the world of perhaps the first kiss with Gary Owens of KFWB, Mike Phillips of KISN, KFRC, KGW, KFIV; Pat Pattee, and Yours Truly, Chuck Weber of KISN! Now, let the Swingin' Gentlemen roll-out the red carpet and mesmerize your head!