CALIFORNIA AIRCHECK

JINGLE DEPOT

 

Featuring jingles from great Top 40 radio stations of the past (along with A/C & Country); available on CD. The jingle CDs vary in audio quality and length.

 

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C-FUN was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for Vancouver BC back in the 60's. This CD contains multiple jingle packages for CFUN from the early to mid 60's, including about a dozen long jingles that are take-offs on songs of the day, such as Volare, Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree, and Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow. . The audio quality is fair to good and it contains 69 cuts with a running time of 31:39. This CD will bring back some great memories of the Vancouver Top 40 battle of the 60's.  CD $20

 

CFUN/Vancouver #1

 

 

CFUN and CKLG were the legendary Top 40 stations for Vancouver in the 60's and 70's. This CD contains cuts from several 60's CFUN jingle packages and from the You jingle package from the mid 70's. The audio quality is good and there are 47 cuts with a running time of 14:15. This CD will bring back some great memories of 60's and 70's Top 40 radio in Vancouver. 

CD $15.00

CFUN Jingle CD #2

CKLW was one of the huge Top 40 stations for Detroit back in the 60's and 70's, competing in the 60's with WKNR, WJBK and WXYZ. This CD contains cuts from 4 different CKLW jingle packages; an early 60's Radio 8 package, "fake Drake" CKLW jingles before they used the real ones, the first Drake CKLW jingles and later Drake jingles. Audio quality ranges from good to fair; there  are 92 cuts and running time is 14:02. Some great memories of Detroit Top 40 radio from the 60's.  CD $15 


CKLW Jingle CD 

 

KATZ was the big Soul station for Saint Louis back in the 60's and 70's. This CD contains the jingle package that KATZ had done in 1970. The audio quality is good and it contains 25 cuts and the running time is 12:41. These jingles were not originally done for R&B stations, so they were modified to make them slightly more soulfull. If you grew up in St. Louis in the 60's and 70's, this will bring back memories of Soul 16, KATZ from that era. CD $15.

KATZ/St. Louis

 

KBBQ competed with KLAC for the Country radio audience in Los Angeles in the late 60's-early 70's. 1500/KBBQ had some great DJs over the years like Harry Newman, Corky Mayberry, Bob Kingsley, Jimmy Rabbitt. This CD runs 8:38 and has 38 cuts. Audio quality is good. It is the original jingle package the station used when it signed on in 1967. This is a great memory of K-Barbeque KBBQ from the 60's!
CD $10.00
 

KBBQ/Burbank-Los Angeles

 

1500/KBLA competed with KHJ, KRLA and KFWB for the Top 40 radio audience in Los Angeles back in the 60's. The station sounded great in the mid 60's with DJs like Bob Dayton, Emperor Bob Hudson, Dave Diamond, Humble Harve, Roger Christian & more, but with their poor coverage of most of the LA & Orange County areas, they never clicked. This CD contains cuts from multiple jingle packages going back to the 50's when KBLA was on 1490 and through the mid 60's with both the "In Sound" and "Super 15" jingles. Running time is 22:50 and there are 67 cuts. Quality is good to very good. If you grew up in the San Fernando Valley this CD will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio of the 60's in Los Angeles.
CD $15.00
 

 

KBLA/Burbank  (Los Angeles)

 


 

KCBQ was San Diego's legendary Top 40 station back in the 60's. This CD contains 3 different KCBQ jingle packages; one from the early 60's, the KCBQ A-go-go package from around 1965, and the "Fun Lovin'" KCBQ jingles from the late sixties. KCBQ had some great DJs back in the 60's like Happy Hare, Jack Vincent, Don Howard, Shadoe Jackson, Jack Hayes, Gary Allyn, Robert L. Collins, Jimmy Rabbitt, Lee Baby Simms, etc. A decade of KCBQ memories! 95 tracks (over 100 total cuts); total running time is 32:07; audio quality is excellent as these were transferred to CD from the station's master tapes. Some great memories here of KCBQ and Top 40 radio in San Diego back in the 60's!
CD $20.00
 

 

 

KCBQ/San Diego    (Jingle CD #1)


 

KCBQ and KGB were the legendary Top 40 stations for San Diego back in the 60's and 70's. KCBQ had some great DJs over the years such as Happy Hare, Huckleberry, Shadoe Jackson, Jack Vincent, Gary Allyn, Lee Baby Simms, Shotgun Tom Kelly, Magic Christian & more. This CD contains 3 different KCBQ jingle packages. From 1966 is an acapella package (KCBQ 11-7) which includes DJ jingles; a custom acapella package from around 1968-69; and famous  Shotgun jingle from 1972-73 (the KCBQ shotgun jingle, plus "The New KCBQ" shotgun-2 versions-and DJ jingles for Dave Conley & Shotgun Tom Kelly). The CD is excellent quality on the two '60's acapella packages, fair-to-good on the Shotguns; CD running time is 8:55 with 40 cuts. If you grew up in San Diego back in the 60's and 70's, this CD will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio and KCBQ.
CD $10.00
 

 

 

KCBQ/San Diego   jingle CD #2

 


 

KDES was the legendary Top 40 station for Palm Springs California back in the 60's and 70's. KDES was a great sounding small-market Top 40 station back then. This CD contains 3 different KDES jingle packages - the first is an accapella package from 1967 that I assume was a custom jingle package as it was all short accapella cuts - the second is the package from 1972 that the station used through mid 1973 then created a single shotgun jingle by adding a shotgun drum intro to one of the jingles - it was used until mid 1974 when KDES got the Thunder Productions jingle package that was used by WABC ("The Best Music" was the theme of this jingle package). Quality is very good; the CD contains 85 cuts and runs 14:41. If you grew up in the Palm Springs-Indio area or vacationed there listening to 92/KDES back in the 60's and 70's, this CD will bring back some great memories!
CD $15.00
 

KDES/Palm Springs

 


 

KERN and KAFY were the legendary Top 40 stations for Bakersfield California in the 70's. KERN flipped to Top 40 from Adult Contemporary in 1971 to compete with KAFY. On this CD are jingles both from the Adult Contemporary days (TM jingle package - about 6 cuts from it included). After going Top 40 the station took one of the old jingles, sped it up and added a shotgun intro. They used that jingle until 1977 when they purchased the "You" jingle package from TM. Over the years KERN had some great DJs like Johnny Mtchell, Russ Gerber, Harry Scarborough, Ken Truckin' Stevens (later known as Beaver Cleaver), Jay J. Jackson, Greg Mitchell and more. There are about 10 cuts from the You package, including a couple of the longer "image" cuts. If you grew up in Central California in the 70's, this CD will bring back some great memories of the KERN-KAFY Top 40 battle! Running time of the CD is 10:49 there are 37 total cuts; quality is good to very good. UPDATED: 20 additional cuts have been added (originally there were only 17)
CD $10.00
 

 

KERN/Bakersfield

 




KEZY was the big local AM radio station for Orange County California in the 60's and 70's. In the early-mid 60's they were MOR (Middle-Of-The-Road) adult music, morphing into Top 40 later in the 60's and through the 70's. Over the years KEZY 1190 had some great DJs on the air including Emperor Bob Hudson, Dave Hull, Mark Denis, Arnie McClatchy, Scotty Morgan, Steve Sands, Bruce Chandler, Mike Wagner, Paul Freeman, Russ O'Hara, and many more. This CD contains 3 different jingle packages; the first from the early 60's done by the Anita Kerr Singers, the KEZY TM Shotgun from 1973-74, and the 1975-76 package that had the long pause between each letter; audio quality is very good; there are 7 cuts from the Anita Kerr package, 2 shotguns, 9 cuts from the last package; 18 in total; running time is 3:48. If you grew up in Orange County, you'll recall 1190 KEZY as the big Top 40 station for the beach areas.  CD $7.50




KEZY/Anaheim CA Jingle CD


KFI was the big Adult Contemporary station for Los Angeles (competing with KMPC) back in the 60's and first half of the 70's until they moved to Top 40 to compete with KHJ around 1976 under John Rook. Lohman & Barkley were the huge morning show there from 1968 on and KFI was also the Dodger baseball station for Southern California. This CD contains the Heller jingle package that KFI used from 1968 through the early 70's; audio quality is very good; running time is 10:00 and it contains 16 cuts (includes some fairly long "image" jingles). If you grew up in Los Angeles in the 60's and 70's, your parents probably listened to KFI and Lohman & Barkley in the morning; this CD will bring back some great memories of that era in Southern California radio.
CD $10.00
 

KFI/Los Angeles

 

KFRC was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for San Francisco from back in February 1966 when they flipped from MOR to the Bill Drake Top 40 format; they didn't use "Boss Radio" because KEWB had beat them to the use of the slogan. This CD contains jingles from 3 of the Drake jingle packages, Energy-1, You, and Rhythm Of The City, all of the jingles that KFRC used from 1966 through the early 80's. Audio quality ranges from good to very good; there are 125+ cuts on 99 tracks; running time is 29:49. This CD will bring back great memories of the KFRC-KYA Top 40 battle in San Francisco in the 60's and 70's! 

CD $20.00

KFRC/San Francisco jingle CD #1

 

In the 50's and 60's KFRC was a Middle-Of-The-Road adult MOR station for San Francisco. This CD contains jingles from several CRC jingle packages from the late 50's-mid 60's. Audio quality is very good; there are 34 cuts and running time is 12:59. 
CD $15.00

 

KFRC/San Francisco jingle CD #2

 


 

KFWB, KHJ and KRLA were the legendary Top 40 stations for Los Angeles back in the 60's. KFWB was Top 40 from 1958-1968. KFWB had some great DJs over the years; including B. Mitchel Reed, Wink Martindale, Joe Yocam, Gene Weed, Gary Owens, Bill Ballance, Elliot Field, Bob Hudson & more. This CD has early KFWB Color Radio jingles from the late 50's-early 60's, and jingles from the Westinghouse (owner) days (1967-68); there are 34 cuts and the running time is 11:52; some of the later cuts are instrumental. Quality is fair to good and there are dropouts on some cuts  If you grew up with KFWB back in the 60's, this CD will bring back some great memories of Color Channel 98 KFWB!
CD $10.00
 

KFWB/Los Angeles

 



UPDATED! KFXM was one of the legendary top 40 stations for the Inland Empire (San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario) back in the 60's and 70's. This CD includes the KFXM CRC jingle package that they used from about 1966-1973, updated now with the Gwinsound jock jingles from about 1967, and the TM "Propellants" jingle package that KFXM used from about 1973-1976 (including the "Ever Since Rock Was Young" Top of the hour IDs voiced by Bruce Chandler over one of the TM jingle cuts and a couple homemade Shotgun Jingles that KFXM created splicing a few shotgun intros onto the TM jingles). KFXM had some great DJs back then like Doug Collins, Johnny Kaye, Bruce Chandler, Greg Mitchell, etc. This CD will bring back some great memories of Tiger Radio 590 KFXM from their heyday as a Top 40 station in the 60's and 70's. The audio runs from fair to very good; running time is 19:55 with 99 cuts.
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CD $15.00
 

 

KFXM/San Bernardino



KGB was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for San Diego back in the 60's and early 70's. They had some great DJs over the years like Bill Wade, Steve Jay, Mark Denis, Charlie Van Dyke, Shotgun Tom Kelly, Bobby Ocean, Rich Brother Robbin, Bob Elliott, and more. KGB was Boss Radio for San Diego from the mid-late 60's. This CD contains jingles from 3 Drake jingle packages that KGB used; including the the original acapellas, and AA Series. CD running time is 13:08 and there are 58 cuts, including DJ legal IDs; quality is very good on the acapellas, fair-to-good with some wow & flutter on the AA. If you grew up in San Diego in the 60's, this CD will bring back great memories of KGB and the KGB-KCBQ Top 40 radio battle. CD $15.00

KGB/San Diego




KGW and KISN were the big Top 40 stations for Portland Oregon in the early 60's. This CD contains Top 40 jingles for 62 KGW,  and some custom acapellas that were very MOR-sounding and would have been more at home on KEX); audio quality is fair-to-good but with some dropouts on a few cuts (and some cuts were overmodulated on my original tape); there are 20 cuts and running time is 9:12. If you grew up in Portland, this CD will bring back some great memories of Top 40 radio in Portland back in the 60's.  CD $10.00

KGW/Portland

 

93/KHJ became Boss Radio in spring 1965 under Bill Drake and Ron Jacobs. KHJ was the Big Kahuna of LA Top 40 radio from the mid 60's to the mid 70's. This CD contains multiple jingle packages from KHJ, including pre-Top 40 radio KHJ jingles from the early 60's. Multiple Drake jingle packages are included from the 60's and early 70's, along with the "We Do It For You" KHJ jingles from the mid 70's. Quality ranges from good to excellent; there are 100+ KHJ jingles on 99 tracks; total running time is 26:03. Some great memories of Boss Radio 93/KHJ from the 60's and 70's .  CD $20.00

KHJ/Los Angeles jingles

 

93/KHJ became Boss Radio in spring 1965 under Bill Drake and Ron Jacobs. The famous KHJ jingles were sung, but after that, the two contracted with arranger, producer, composer Jack Nitzsche to produce and record a series of KHJ "Boss Instrumentals" of which some were used as the music on KHJ On-Air "Promos" promoting KHJ contests. The KHJ "Boss Instrumentals" are in various musical styles but you will recognize the "93 KHJ" signature logo in each one. Audio quality of this CD is very good and there are 29 cuts with a running time of 22:40. If you grew up in Los Angeles you'll probably recognize many of these cuts when they were run on-air in 93/KHJ Contest "promos". Some great memories of Boss Radio 93/KHJ from the 60's.  CD $15.00

KHJ/Los Angeles "Boss Instrumentals"

 

 


KIIS-FM was HUGE in Los Angeles in the 80's as the killer Top 40 radio station; slowly picking up steam until they were #1 in Los Angeles in the mid-80's with incredible ratings. The early 80's KIIS DJ Dream Team was Rick Dees-Paul Freeman-Big Ron O'Brien-Bruce Vidal-Tim Kelly-Brother Bill-Larry Morgan. They were unstopable. In 1980, KIIS-FM had a custom jingle package done by Peters Productions in San Diego that was used in 1980-1981. This CD contains the Peters "KIIS" jingle package; it is in stereo and the audio quality is very good; there are 40 cuts  and the running time is 14:00; also included as Cut #41 is the Peters demo for the jingle package. If you grew up in the LA area in the 80's, this CD will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio and KIIS-FM as they headed toward dominance in LA radio. CD $15.00
 

KIIS-FM/Los Angeles

 


KILT and KNUZ were the legendary Top 40 stations for Houston Texas back in the 60's and 70's. KILT had some great DJs on-air over the years, such as Hudson & Harrigan, Russ "Wierd Beard" Knight, Bill Young, Chuck Dunaway, Beau Weaver & K.O. Bayley. This CD contains the KILT TM "Phase II" jingles from about 1971; audio quality is good; running time is 4:29 and there are 22 cuts. If you grew up in Houston, this will bring back great memories of the Top 40 radio battle. CD $7.50



KILT/Houston

KIMN was the legendary unbeatableTop 40 station for Denver back in the 60's and 70's. They had some great DJs over the years like Smilin' Jack Merker, Chuck Buell, Jay Mack, Robert E. Lee, Boogie Bell. This CD has a KIMN jingle package from the 70's; it appears to be from the early 70's. Quality is very good; CD running time is 6:51 and there are 30 cuts. If you grew up in Denver in the 70's, this will bring back some great memories of Denver's Top 40 station, KIMN.
CD $10.00
 

KIMN/Denver


 

95/KIMN was the legendary Top 40 station for Denver back in the 50's, 60's and 70's. This CD contains DJ Half-hour Legal IDs (voice/jingle), about a half dozen TM "Power" KIMN jingles, an earlier Fabulous KIMN jingle, KIMN news sounders & intros, KIMN weather jingles & intros, and 9 KIMN "Batphone" contest promos voiced by Batman Adam West. There are 44 cuts total, running time is 15:59 and the audio quality is good. If you grew up in Denver in the 60's, this CD will bring back great memories of Denver Top 40 radio back then. CD $10.00

KIMN/Denver Jingle CD #2





KING was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for Seattle back in the 70's, competing at one time with both KOL and KJR. Over the years 11/KING had some great DJs; including Andy Barber, Big Jim Martin, Dan Foley, Bob Shannon, Joe Kelly, Bill Gardner, Gary Lockwood, Bob Anthony & more. This KING jingle CD runs 17:37 and has 82 cuts. It includes three KING jingle packages; from the early 70's are the KING Drake jingles;  from the mid 70's, the first package ran approx. 1973-74 (Propellants) and the second  jingle package ("You......and KING") ran in 1975. If you grew up in Seattle in the mid 70's, this will bring back some great memories of Top 40 radio and KING!
CD $20.00
 

 

KING/Seattle jingles CD



The "Star Stations" owned by Don Burden were legendary Top 40 stations for their markets back in the 60's (KISN/Portland, KOIL/Omaha, WIFE/Indianapolis); WOKY/Milwaukee was a Bartell station. Also a couple cuts for KEZY/Anaheim. This is a CD of the Anita Kerr Singers jingle package done for these stations in the early 60's. The audio is straight off master reel-to-reel tapes so the quality is excellent. 67 cuts, running time 21 minutes. Great memories from the Sixties if you grew up with any of these great top 40 stations!
CD $15.00
 

KISN/Portland    KOIL/Omaha   WIFE/Indianapolis   WOKY/Milwaukee


KJR was the legendary Top 40 station for Seattle back in the 60's and 70's. They competed over the years with KAYO, KOL and KING. The list of great dJs on KJR over the years goes on & on, and includes Pat O'Day, Larry Lujack, Lan Roberts, Emperor Smith, Burl Barer, Charlie Brown, Ichabod Caine, Gary Lockwood and dozens more. If you grew up in Seattle, then KJR was probably your favored station. Frank Sinatra partly owned KJR when it flipped to Top 40 Rock & Roll in 1959. This CD runs 23:41 and includes 72 cuts; quality is good to very good. The jingles run from the early 60's on through the late 60's;  many seem to be custom sings for KJR since "KJR Seattle Channel 95" didn't fit the usual 4 call-letter melody. A great way to remember Seattle and Top 40 radio from the sixties!
CD $20.00
 

 

KJR/Seattle

 


KJRB was the "farm team" station for sister KJR in Seattle; KJRB DJs such as Larry Lujack and Charlie Brown moved up to KJR after awhile at KJRB. 790 KJRB competed with KREM (KING's farm team station) for the Spokane Top 40 radio audience back in the 60's and 70's; it had previously been KNEW earlier in the 60's. This CD contains jingles from at least 2 KJRB jingle packages from the mid 60's; quality is very good and there are 33 cuts with a running time of 10:02. These jingles should bring back some great memories of the KJRB-KREM Top 40 battle in Spokane in the 60's.  CD $15.00

 

 

KJRB/Spokane




In the early 80's AM 1230 KLAV wanted a chunk of the big double digit numbers that Top 40 KLUC-FM had in Las Vegas so they went straight against KLUC; in the Fall 1982 Arbitron, they managed a tie for #4 in the market with a 6.4 share (KLUC had a market-leading 14.2 share); not bad for a tiny AM station! But that soon eroded and they had a 3.9 in Spring 1983 and 3.9 in Fall 1983 and then fell off the map completely after that..In 1982 they purchased a resing of the  "KIIS FM" jingle package from Peters Productions in San Diego that had originally been done in 1980 for KIIS-FM in Los Angeles. This CD contains 55 cuts, with a running time of 14:44; audio quality is very good, it is 2 generations from the 2-track master tape; all cuts are slated and identified by Smilin' Jack who supervised the mixdown session.
CD $10.00


KLAV/LAS VEGAS

KLIF was the legendary Top 40 station for Dallas Texas back in the 60's and 70's. Over the years 1190/KLIF had a great staff of DJs through the doors, such as Charlie & Harrigan (Ron Chapman played the part of Irv Harrigan), Russ "Weird Beard" Knight, Stan Richards, Chuck Dunaway, Jimmy Rabbitt, Randy Robbins, Hal Martin, Charlie Van Dyke, and many more. This CD contains 29 cuts, running time of 7:10, audio quality is very good. There are two different KLIF jingle packages included, both from TM; "Phase III" and "Charisma," and these are from the late 60's (Charisma) and early 70's (Phase III). If you grew up in the Dallas area in the 60's or 70's, this will bring back some great memories of Top 40 radio and KLIF!
CD $10.00
 

KLIF/Dallas

 



 

 
KLIF was the legendary Top 40 station for Dallas Texas back in the 60's and 70's. This CD has the KLIF acapella jingles done in 1970 by TM. It includes DJ jingles for the jocks at that time; Dave Ambrose, Michael O'Shea, Rod Roddy, Lee Douglas, Mike Seldon, Jim Taber, Gene Holmes, John Butler & Cuzzin' Linnie. There are 26 cuts on the CD, running time is 4:27; audio quality is very good. If you grew up in Dallas in the 60's and 70's, this CD will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio back then and the Mighty 1190 KLIF.
CD $10.00

KLIF/Dallas CD #2


KOCY 1340 was Oklahoma City's first Top 40 station back in the late 50's. After KOMA and WKY flipped to Top 40 Rock & Roll music in the early 60's, they couldn't take the competition and switched to Middle-Of-The-Road adult music. This CD has the jingles from KOCY 1340; audio quality is good; there are 10 cuts total and the running time is 4:55; these may be from CRC.  If you grew up in Oklahoma City, this CD will bring back memories of Oklahoma City's earliest Top 40 station. CD $7.50

KOCY/Oklahoma City Jingle CD

 


 
KOIL was the legendary Top 40 station for Omaha Nebraska back in the 50's-60's-70's. The Mighty 1290 KOIL was huge in Omaha back then. These jingles are really early KOIL jingles, going back to the mid 50's, some may even predate their Top 40 days. Included are jingles from at least 2 early packages from the 50's and from the Anita Kerr jingle package from the early 60's. There are several of the minute+ DJ jingles (with the long donuts in the center to talk over) that were popular in the 50's - one for Dick Bradley, one for Bob Wilson, others for the "Top 50 Show" on KOIL, and the "Sunday Parade Of Stars" on KOIL. Audio quality is very good; there are 41 total cuts (29 from the 50's packages and 12 from the Anita Kerr jingles - the Anita Kerr jingles are a repeat of those included on the KISN-OIL-WIFE-WOKY CD) - running time is 18:28. If you grew up in Omaha back in the late 50's, these will bring back great memories of the KOIL-KOWH Top 40 battle in Omaha. CD $15.00


KOIL/Omaha Jingle CD

KOL and KJR were the legendary Top 40 stations for Seattle back in the 60's (joined by KING in the early 70's). KOL had some awesome DJs back in their glory years, such as Dave McCormick, Robin Mitchell, Dex Allen, Rhett Hamilton Walker I, Dick Curtis, Bobby Simon, Robert O. Smith, Buzz Barr, Danny Holiday, Burl Barer, Lan Roberts & more. Dave McCormick was Program Director in 1966 and brought in the "Kolorful KOL" Drake jingles to KOL (he had a relationship with Bill Drake, having worked with him at KYNO/Fresno earlier in the 60's). These ran on KOL through at least 1968. In the early 70's, KOL purchased the "Where Your Friends Are" jingle package from TM (Janie Fricke was the lead female voice on this package). This CD contains cuts from both the "Where Your Friends Are" package and the "Kolorful KOL" acapella jingle package; quality is only fair-to-good (definitely NOT broadcast quality); running time is 7:15 and it contains 32 cuts. If you grew up in Seattle in the 60's or early 70's, this will bring back great memories of the KOL-KJR Top 40 battle and Top 40 radio in Seattle from that era.
CD $10.00

KOL/Seattle


KOMA & WKY were the legendary Top 40 stations for Oklahoma City back in the 60's and 70's. Over the years 1520 KOMA had some great DJs on-air such as Paul Miller (later known as Harrigan of Charlkie & Harrigan), Dale Wehba, Bill Grady, Thom Dwyer, Fred Moore, Charlie Tuna, Carl Mann, Machinegun Kelly & more. 93 WKY had such greats as Danny Williams, Ronnie Kaye, Fred Hendrickson (all at Oldies KOMA these days), Johnny Dark, Terry McGrew & more. This CD contains jingles from both KOMA and WKY; running time is 6:04; there are 10 cuts for KOMA, 22 for WKY - a total of 32 cuts. Audio quality is fair-to-good - better on the WKY than KOMA. The KOMA jingles are from from the early 70's - this package has the legal ID where the city fades up - they are sung K-O-M-A-ooooHHKLAHOMA CITY! The WKY jingles are from the late 60's-early 70's - a "fake Drake" package sung to the 93/KHJ sig.  If you grew up in Oklahoma City, this CD will bring back great memories of the KOMA - WKY Top 40 battle!
CD $10.00

KOMA-WKY/Oklahoma City


KOOK was the legendary Top 40 station for Billings Montana back in the 60's and 70's. If you grew up in Montana or Northern Wyoming, I'm sure you'll remember 970 KOOK from those days. They had some great DJs over the years like Major Dan Miller, Carl Mann, Wayne Coffey, Michael B. Anthony, Don Dollar, Gary Gee, A.J. Pantoja & more. This CD contains cuts from 4 KOOK jingle packages; there are 55 cuts, running time 22:44; audio quality is fair-to-good. Half of the cuts are from the 1973  "Where Your Friends Are" jingle package; KOOK bought a pretty full package, but most with male vocals so there's only a handful with Janie Fricke solos; about 15 cuts from the  "Summer of '72" package (based on the movie "Summer of '42"); there are also cuts from the 1964 Pepper Tanner "The Station That's All Heart" package and some short instrumental cuts from 1968 (jingle company unknown) that are just the updated musical sig for "97/K-O-O-K" (from the old 970/KOOK). If you grew up in Montana, this CD should bring back some great memories of probably the biggest Top 40 station in Montana, KOOK  
CD $15.00

KOOK/Billings

 

 

K-POI was the legendary Top 40 station for Honolulu Hawaii back in the 60's and 70's. They competed with KORL, KIKI, KKUA and KGMQ-FM over the years.  It was a great radio station that had huge numbers back in the early days. Over the year, such DJs a Ron Jacobs, Steve Nicolet, Glen Martin, Uncle Tom Moffatt, Tom Rounds, Jumpin' George West, Dunbar Wakayama, Jim Mitchell, Ron Casteel, Maxx Mahimahi, Jim Peters & Sean Conrad worked at KPOI. This CD contains cuts from the Drake Series AA jingles, Drake Series 1 jingles, and the early 60's Poi Boy jingles (these were the old "K-POI One-Three-Eight-Oh" jingles). The Drake jingles are sung as K-P-O-I (Series AA), K-POI One-Thirty-Eight, and "Thirteen-Eighty K-Poi" (Series 1). Running time is 4:56 and there are 24 cuts. Quality is only fair to good. If you grew up in or visited Honolulu back in the 60's or early 70's, this CD will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio and Honolulu's K-POI.
CD $10.00
 

KPOI/Honolulu


 

KQV was the legendary Top 40 station for Pittsburgh back in the 60's. This CD contains KQV Production Elements, On-Air Promos, news intros,  and a few KQV jingles, including several versions of "The Joy Of Good Listening" where KQV got artists to do a version of the KQV jingle when visiting the station. The audio quality of this CD is very good, there are 23 cuts and the total running time is 21:20. This CD will bring back some great memories of Pittsburgh Top 40 radio from the very early 60's. CD $15.00

KQV/Pittsburgh

 

KRIZ and KRUX were the legendary Top 40 stations for Phoenix Arizona back in the 60's and 70's. KRIZ had some greats DJs over the years such as Shotgun Tom Kelly, Chuck Brady, Tony Evans, Danny Davis, art Webb, Don Elliott, Jay Stone, Dennis King, Dave Anthony, Joe Light, Pat McMahon, Doug Cornet, Phil Motta, and the list goes on and on. At their peak in the 60's, KRIZ typically was #1 in Phoenix with over a 20 share of the radio audience in Phoenix. As an example, in the September 1968 Pulse ratings, KRIZ had a 24 share to easily score #1; KRUX was #2 with a 10 share; KOOL was #3 with a 9 share; KRFM-FM was #4 with an 8 share and KRDS was #5 with a 6 share. KRIZ just kicked butt back then with a puny 1000 watts at 1230 on the AM dial. This CD contains KRIZ jingles from two  packages; they are from the late 60's-early 70's; one package is based upon an "Arizona" theme with melody from Mark Lindsay's song "Arizona" from 1969.  Audio quality is good but not broadcast quality; there are 72 cuts included and running time of the CD is 15:06. If you grew up in Phoenix in the 60's and 70's, this will bring back great memories of the KRIZ-KRUX Top 40 battle and Top 40 radio in Phoenix.
CD $15.00
 

KRIZ/Phoenix


KRLA, KFWB and KHJ were the legendary Top 40 stations for Los Angeles back in the 60's. KRLA was a great station back in the 60's with, over the years, DJs like Sam Riddle, Bob Eubanks, Emperor Hudson, Dave Hull, Reb Foster, Johnny Hayes, Johnnie Darin, Jimmy Rabbitt, Dick Biondi, etc. This CD has a running time of 30:35 with 97 cuts; quality is fair to good; dropouts on some; it includes multiple jingle packages from the early 60's (including many of the voiced station production pieces with the jingles), the Chuck Blore jingles from about 1966 and two custom jingle packages from the late 60's-early 70's; both the "Music Power" era jingle package from 1969 and another  custom package from around 1970. In total there seem to be elements from at least 7 different KRLA jingle packages. If you grew up with KRLA in the 60's, this will bring back great memories
CD $20.00
 

KRLA/Los Angeles (Pasadena)


 

KROQ-AM signed on in 1972 to compete with KHJ for the Los Angeles Top 40 radio audience with a great Program Director (Johnnie Darin from KRLA) and a great DJ staff that included Charlie Tuna, Jay Stevens, Sam Riddle, Jimmy Rabbitt, Jim Wood, and Steve Lundy). But, the signal didn't cover the LA-Orange County market and they eventually failed. This CD includes both the original K-R-O-Q jingles, the later K-Rock 15, and a few cuts from the "Mother Rock" days under Shadoe Stevens where the AM simulcast the new 106.7 FM album rock format. 53 cuts, running time 11:15. Quality is good, but this is several generations away from the original master tape. Relive the original KROQ Top 40 era from the early 70's with their two jingle packages. Great for radio geeks or listeners from back in the day.
CD $15.00

 

KROQ/Los Angeles (Burbank)


 

KSFO was the big Middle-Of-the-Road adult music station for San Francisco back in the 50's-60's-70's-early 80's, playing Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, etc. Over the years KSFO disc jockies included Don Sherwood, Jim Lange, Al Jazzbeau Collins, Carter B. Smith, etc. This CD will bring back some memories of when KSFO was a giant in San Francisco radio back in the 60's. Running time is 7:30 and there are 12 cuts; the audio quality is good. Most of the jingles are long and sound like the music that KSFO played back then. There are jingles from multiple KSFO jingle packages here.
CD $10.00
 

 

KSFO/San Francsico




1400 KSLY was the legendary Top 40 station for San Luis Obispo California back in the 60's and 70's. In the 80's they moved the Top 40 format to their FM signal at 96.1; these days it is Country music. But back in the day, K-SLY was the station you listened to for the day's Top 40 music and it was huge along the California Coast. This KSLY jingle package is from the late 60's-early 70's  custom jingle package with mostly short cuts; audio quality is good, there are 23 cuts, and the running time is 4:12. If you grew up along the Central California Coast, you'll remember 1400 KSLY and these jingles should bring back some great memories of those days. CD $10





KSLY/San Luis Obispo
KSOM was the local Top 40 station for the Western edge of the "Inland Empire" (San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario) of Southern California in the 60's and 70's (back in the 60's it was known as KASK); they were never really a force in the market because their high;y directional 10,000 watts at 1510 didn't cover San Bernardino at all and Riverside only during the day. In 1975, former KHJ Boss Jock Bill Wade was the General Manager of the station and he got the Pepper Tanner "Celebrate '75" jingle package for the station. On Jan. 1, 1977 KSOM flipped to Country as "Music Country K-15" with a new jingle package (source unknown). KSOM was a good sounding Top 40 station in the mid 70's with DJs such as Steve "Boogie Down" Brown, Chuck VanHorne, Bob West, Greg Mitchell, Mark Williams, Patty Haven and more. This CD contains 55 cuts, running time 11:41, with the Pepper Tanner Celebrate '75 jingles from 1975-76 (as used by WFIL.Philadelphia at this time), including the jingle the station shortened and used exclusively in the last half of 1976, Drake Chenault legal IDs & jingles for KSOM-FM (running the D/C Hit Parade automated format), and the K-15 Music Country jingles from 1977. If you grew up in the Inland Empire in the 70's you probably remember KSOM and these will bring back some great memories of Top 40 radio from those days. Quality is very good-to-excellent as they came off the station's master reels.
CD $10.00

KSOM/Ontario CA


 

 

KSTN was the legendary Top 40 station for Stockton California back in the 60's and 70's. Because of their connection to Bill Drake & Gene Chenault, they were Boss Radio for the northern Central Valley of California starting in the mid 60's. This CD contains cuts from both the Drake Series 1 and Series AA jingles (mostly voiced Top Of The Hour with the Series 1 legal ID; most not voiced by Drake but a couple sound like they were) (only a handful of  the non-legal ID jingles from both Series 1 and AA) and a very old KSTN jingle package from the 50's (Color Radio KSTN - NOT the famous Color Radio jingles, they just used that slogan) that came from disc. Running time is 12:03 and there are 42 total cuts in all; quality is only fair on the Drake jingles (plus some sound fluttery; probably due to the crappy equipment KSTN had back then), good on the older package. If you grew up in the Central Valley of California, this will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio back then.
CD $10.00
 

 

KSTN/Stockton



85 KTAC was the legendary Top 40 station for Tacoma and the South end of Seattle back in the 60's and 70's. Over the years KTAC had some big time DJs like Robert O. Smith on the air. If you grew up in the Tacoma area in the 60's or 70's, this should bring back some great memories of Top 40 radio in Seattle-Tacoma back then. This CD contains the 85 KTAC jingles from the early 70's from Showcase Productions; audio quality is good; running time is 9:42 and there are 37 cuts. CD $10.00



KTAC/Tacoma


KTKT was the legendary Top 40 station for Tucson Arizona back in the 60's and 70's. Color Channel 99 KTKT had some great DJs over the years, including: Jerry Stowe, Frank Kalil, Joe Bailey, John Mack Flanagan, Bob B. Blue, The Coyote, Guy Williams, Robert E. Lee and many more. This CD contains jingles from 4 different KTKT jingle packages from the 60's; Gwinsound Series #11; CRC Series #10; and two more. Audio quality varies from fair to very good; there are 60 total cuts and running time is 18:05. If you grew up in Tucson in the 60's and 70's, this will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio in the desert and 99 KTKT!
CD $15.00



KTKT/Tucson

 
KWMT was a very early Top 40 station located in Fort Dodge Iowa. This CD contains KWMT jingles from the late 50's, station Promos voiced by Dr. Don Rose (of KFRC, WFIL and WQXI fame), on-air production elements, news intros, and additional promos. The audio quality of the CD is very good with 55 cuts and a total running time of 27:16. This CD will bring back some great memories of Top 40 radio from the 50's in Iowa.  CD  $15.00
 

KWMT/Fort Dodge

 


KXOA and KROY were the legendary Top 40 stations for Sacramento California back in the 60's. 1470/KXOA had some great DJs over the years; Dick Burch, Ron Garner, Les Thompson, Johnny Gunn, Sean O'Callighan, Charlie Holliday, Johnny Hyde, Buck Herring, Bob Early (better known as Bob Elliott and K.O. Bayley), and more. This CD has multiple jingle packages for KXOA from the early and mid-60's; running time is 23:05 and there are 75 cuts. A good number of cuts seem to be custom acapellas and others are familiar cuts from several packages;  Quality is excellent - they were dubbed directly from the station's master tapes to CD (the masters were thrown into the trash in the late 70's). If you grew up in Sacramento in the 60's, this CD will bring back great memories of KXOA and Top 40 radio in Northern California back then.
CD $20.00
 

KXOA/Sacramento

 

 


KYNO and KMAK were the legendary Top 40 stations for Fresno back in the 60's; KYNO continued through the 70's. 13/KYNO was one of the "farm club" stations for the big-time Drake stations, KHJ/Los Angeles, KFRC/San Francisco and KGB/San Diego. Some great DJs through the station over the years, including Bobby Ocean (as "Johnny Scott"), Dale Dorman, Hal Pickens, Les Turpin, Sam Schwan, Bob Elliott (also known as K.O. Bayley, Bob Early & K.O. Beachin), Mike Novak, Steve Randall, John Berry, Les Garland, and dozens of others. This CD covers almost 15 years of KYNO jingles - 69 cuts, running time 15:25 - it includes early KYNO jingles,  "Kyno #1" jingles, Drake acapellas, Drake Series AA, and later 13-KYNO jingles. Quality is fair to good; some jingles have dropouts on them; they were dubbed to CD from a 30-year-old reel-to-reel tape. If you grew up in Central California, this will bring back some great memories of Fresno Top 40 radio from the 60's and 70's of "13/KYNO" and "Kyno #1".
CD $15.00
 

KYNO/Fresno


KYA was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for San Francisco spanning the late 50's through the 70's. They competed over the years with KEWB, KOFY and KFRC and then Top 40 on FM. They had some great DJs over the years like Emperor Gene Nelson, Johnny Hayes, Tom Donahue, Bob Mitchell (later Bobby Tripp in Los ANgeles at KHJ), Tom Campbell, Tommy Saunders, Ed Hider, Tony Bigg, Russ "The Moose" Syracuse, Jim Washburne, Bill Drake, Beaver Cleaver, Jumbo Jack Bryan (better known most other places like Z100/New York and KRTH/Los Angeles as Gary Bryan), Citizen Bill Carpenter, and dozens and dozens more over the years. This CD contains 2 KYA  jingle packages, the first is from 1958 and the reel is dated 4-11-58; i These jingles are from the days of "Family Radio" KYA when they were a Bartell station, co-owned with KCBQ/San Diego, WOKY/Milwaukee, WAKE/Atlanta. The second package is KYA-A-go-go from 1964. Audio quality is very good and the running time is 21:21 with 48 cuts (15 cuts from the 1958 package and 33 from Series #29). If you grew up in San Francisco in the 50's and 60's, this CD will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio in the Bay Area from back then.  
CD $15.00

 

 

KYA/San Francisco CD #1


 

KYA and KFRC were the legendary Top 40 stations for San Francisco back in the 60's and 70's. These 1260 KYA jingles are from the mid-60's (1964-1966?) I believe these are custom acapellas here along with cuts with music tracks - the theme of many is "KYA More Than Music". These were the days of Ed Hider, Johnny Holiday, Russ Syracuse, and more KYA great DJs. If you grew up in San Francisco in the 60's, these jingles will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio and KYA. The audio quality is very good; there are 75 cuts, and the CD running time is 18:13. 
CD $15.00

 

KYA/San Francisco CD #2

 

KYA was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for San Francisco spanning the late 50's through the 70's. They competed over the years with KEWB, KOFY and KFRC and then Top 40 on FM. They had some great DJs over the years like Emperor Gene Nelson, Johnny Hayes, Tom Donahue, Bob Mitchell (later Bobby Tripp in Los ANgeles at KHJ), Tom Campbell, Tommy Saunders, Ed Hider, Tony Bigg, Russ "The Moose" Syracuse, Jim Washburne, Bill Drake, Beaver Cleaver, Jumbo Jack Bryan (better known most other places like Z100/New York and KRTH/Los Angeles as Gary Bryan), Citizen Bill Carpenter, and dozens and dozens more over the years. This CD contains KYA jingles from the mid-60's through the early 70's. There are 2 jingles from the Chuck Blore package from around 1966 and several more KYA jingle packages ("Here To Play More Music" and "Music Power"). Quality is very good; there are 99 cuts and the total running time is 20:45. 
CD $20.00

 

KYA/San Francisco CD #3

 


WABC, WMCA and WINS were the legendary Top 40 stations for New York City back in the 60's. It took WABC awhile but they finally became the big dog of Top 40 radio by the late 60's. They had some great DJs over the years like Bob Dayton, Harry Harrison, Ron Lundy, Cousin Brucie, Dan Ingram, Chuck Leonard and more. This CD contains 2 WABC jingle packages; the first from 1960 - my original tape of them calls them the "Ray Charles Singers jingles" - the WABC tribute site says that they are the Ray Ross Productions "Channel 77" jingles that ran on-air from 1960-1962 - the second jingle package is the  WABC jingle package from 1965. CD running time is 21:23 with a total of 52 cuts - the audio quality is very good on the 1960 package but with some dropouts on some cuts - the quality is only fair on the Go Go package - there are 28 cuts of the 1960 jingles, 24 cuts from the later package. If you grew up with WABC back in the 60's, this CD will bring back some great memories of America's #1 Top 40 station, 77 WABC.
CD $15.00
 

 

WABC/New York Jingle CD #1


WABC CD #2
WABC, WMCA, WINS & WMGM were the legendary Top 40 stations for New York back in the 60's. WABC lasted the longest into the early 80's before they finally gave up and went Talk Radio. 77 WABC had some great DJs aover the years like Herb Oscar Anderson, Bob Dayton, Cousin Brucie, Dan Ingram, Chuck Leonard, Harry Harrison, and many more. This CD has multiple  jingle packages for WABC from 1964-1965 (but most likely some were still aired for years after that);  Audio quality is good, but some were previously overmodulated a tad so there is a little distortion on some cuts; running time is 20:40 and there are 56 cuts included. If you grew up in New York in the 60's, this CD should bring back great  memories of All American 77 WABC!
CD $15.00

WABC/New York  Jingle CD #2





WBAL was the huge Pop Adult (known these days as Adult Contemporary) station for Baltimore and the home of Orioles baseball on the radio. They were usually the #1 station in Baltimore consistently throughout the 60's and 70's. Today they are usually in the Top 5 in Baltimore as the leading News/Talk station. Back in 1968, Radio 11 WBAL got a Heller jingle package and that is what is contained on this CD; audio quality is very good; there are 26 cuts and the running time is 7:37; it includes news & sports intros. If you grew up in Baltimore back in the 60's and 70's, this CD will bring back great memories of Radio 11 WBAL  CD $10.00

WBAL/Baltimore




WCFL and WLS were the legendary Top 40 stations for Chicago back in the 60's and 70's. Big 10 WCFL had some great DJs over the years like Larry Lujack, Art Roberts, Ron Britain, Barney Pip, Scotty Brink, Robert E. Lee, Big Ron O'Brien, Bob Dearborn, Jerry G. Bishop, Dick Biondi, Dr. Brock & more. This CD contains jingles from 4 different WCFL jingle packages from the mid 60's through mid 70's - the first is the Chuck Blore jingle package with mostly long cuts; "The Beat Goes On",  "Sound 70", and a fourth package from the 70's; quality is good to very good; there are 66 cuts and running time is 21:12. If you grew up in Chicago in the 60's and 70's, this CD will bring back great memories of WCFL and the WCFL-WLS Top 40 battle of that era. CD $20.00

 

WCFL/Chicago






WCKY was one of the big Adult Contemporary (or Pop Adult) radio stations for Cincinnati Ohio back in the 60's and 70's along with WKRC and WLW. I believe 1530/WCKY carried Reds baseball on radio at that time along with playing the softer rock hits for adults. They were News/Talk in the 80's and 4 or 5 years ago, Clear Channel moved the WSAI call-letters to 1530 and played Oldies. Today they are All Sports. This CD contains the Heller jingles that WCKY bought in 1968; the audio quality is very good; there are 33 cuts and running time is 10:56. If you grew up in the Cincinnati area, you probably remember WCKY, the famous 1530. CD $10.00

WCKY/Cincinnati Jingle CD




WDAF-AM was the big Country station for Kansas City back in the 70's-early 2000's, but in the 60's and early 70's, it was the big Pop Adult or Adult Contemporary station for Kansas City, playing the soft hits for the area. This CD contains the TM Free Design jingle package that was done for 61/ WDAF in 1970. If you lived in Kansas City in the 70's this will bring back some great memories of 61/WDAF. CD running time is 12:18 and has 32 total cuts; audio quality is very good. CD $10

 

WDAF/Kansas City




 

97 WENS WENS was the big FM Adult Contemporary station for Indianapolis, competing with WIBC on AM. In 1984, 97/WENS had a custom jingle package done by Peters Productions with the theme of "We Let Our Music Do The Talking." The running time of this CD is 11:48 and there are 31 cuts; audio quality is good and it is in stereo. If you grew up in Indianapolis, this jingle CD will bring back great memories of 97/WENS (now a country station). 
CD $15.00


WENS/Indianapolis

WFUN and WQAM were the legendary Top 40 stations for Miami back in the 60's and 70's. WFUN had some great DJs over the years like Jack Armstrong, Mike E. Harvey, Jay Mack, Bobby Holiday, Gary Nelson,  Pete Berlin, Jack Merker, and more. This CD has a WFUN acapella jingle package from TM that contains 12 cuts plus 9 DJ sings; they appear to be from the late 60's, early 70's; running time of 2:50; quality is very good. If you grew up in South Florida back in the 60's and 70's, this CD will bring back some great memories of WFUN and Top 40 radio back then.
CD $10.00
 

 


WFUN/Miami Jingle CD #1

 

 



WFUN CD #2
WFUN and WQAM were the legendary Top 40 stations for the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area in the 60's and 70's. 79 FUN had some great DJs over the years like Jackson Armstrong (All American Boy), Mike E. Harvey, Gerry Peterson, Jay Mack, Michael W. Morgan, Jack Merker, Bob Gordon, Jim Howell, Bobby Reno, Bobby Holiday, Pete Berlin, Bwana Johnny, and many more. If you grew up in the Miami area, this CD will bring back great memories of the WFUN-WQAM Top 40 battle in Southern Florida. CD running time is 12:57 and there are 81 cuts; audio quality is very good. The box that this original reel came in says 1968 TM Johnny Mann Singers. They are NOT Drake jingles, but acapellas and shouts. Includes jock jingles, news intro, and some generic sings & shouts, such as "five-in-a-row" "four-in-a-row" "music for lovers only" etc.
CD $15.00

WFUN/Miami  CD #2






The RKO AM radio stations bought the CRC Series #11 jingles for all four stations back in 1960 (WHBQ Memphis-KHJ Los Angeles-KFRC San Francisco-WNAC Boston). WHBQ was Top 40, the other 3 were MOR. Some say that this series was specifically produced for the RKO stations. The jingles have a big band sound to them and would sound at home today on an Adult Standards station. This CD contains 38 cuts and the running total is 19:56; quality is excellent; it came off a master reel-to-reel to CD. About a quarter of the cuts are instrumentals. If you grew up with the RKO stations 45+ years ago, this jingle CD will bring back great memories of radio in the early 60's.
CD $15.00
 

WHBQ/Memphis  KHJ/Los Angeles
WNAC/Boston  KFRC/San Francsico




WHBQ was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for Memphis Tennessee back in the 50's-60's-70's. Over the years WHBQ had some great DJs like Jack Parnell, Dewey Phillips, George Klein, Rick Dees, Mason Dixon, Rob Landree, J.J. Jordan & more. This CD contains cuts from 5 different WHBQ jingle packages; CRC jingles from about 1960, another package from the early 60's, Drake jingles from the mid 60's-early 70's, and the You jingles from the mid 70's. Audio quality is good to very good; running time is 16:54 and there are 57 total cuts. If you grew up in Memphis in the 50's, 60's or 70's, this CD will bring back great memories of 56/WHBQ.  CD $15.00



WHBQ/Memphis

 

WHK was the legendary Top 40 station for Cleveland Ohio back in the early 60's,  competing with KYW-WKYC and WIXY later in the 60's. WHK was Color Radio Channel 14, with DJs like Johnny Holiday, Pat Fitzgerald, Allan Michaels, Keith Morris, Johnny Walters, Scott Burton & Carl Reese. If you grew up in Cleveland with WHK, these WHK Color Radio jingles will bring back some great memories. Total running time is 21:40 and there are 40+ cuts included on this CD. The audio is pretty hi-fidelity; it is probably a couple generations from the master tape.
CD $15.00
 

WHK/Cleveland Jingle CD #1


 

WHK was the legendary Top 40 station for Cleveland Ohio back in the late 50's-60's, competing later with KYW, WKYC & WIXY. WHK was Color Radio Channel 14, with DJs like Johnny Holiday, Pat Fitzgerald, Allan Michaels, Keith Morris, Johnny Walters, Scott Burton & Carl Reese. This CD contains 17 cuts, running time of 9:07; the logo on these jingles is "WHK Fourteen-Twenty"; some other themes included are "Enjoy The Good Life", "Cleveland Is A Movin' Town", "Have a WHK Weekend". Several cuts sound like the same singers that were on the WHK Color Radio Sande & Green jingles (those are contained on our other WHK jingle CD); I believe these are from the early 60's. If you grew up in Cleveland in the 60's, this CD will bring back some great memories of WHK and Top 40 radio.
CD $10.00
 

WHK/Cleveland   jingle CD #2

 


WIBC competed with WIFE for the Top 40 audience back in the early 60's, but moved to Adult Contemporary music later in the 60's and has been the Big Dog of Indianapolis radio all the way up to today (in January 2008 1070 WIBC moves over to the FM band to 93.1). This CD contains the 1968 Heller jingle package that WIBC used back then; running time is 10:13 and there are 23 cuts. If you grew up in Indianapolis, then this CD will bring back great memories of 60's radio in Indiana.
CD $10.00
 

WIBC/Indianapolis




WIBG and WFIL were the legendary Top 40 stations for Philadelphia back in the 60's and 70's. 99 WIBG had some great DJs on over the years like Hy Lit, Joe Niagara, Jerry Stevens, Bill Wright, John Records Landecker & more. This CD has two WIBG jingle packages; the first is from about 1968 and I don't know the identity of the package; the second is the  Where Your Friends Are jingle package; audio quality is very good; there are 42 cuts and running time is 10:08. If you grew up in Philadelphia, this CD will bring back great memories of the WIBG-WFIL Top 40 battle and Top 40 radio in Philadelphia. 
CD $15.00

 

WIBG/Philadelphia




WING/Dayton WING was the legendary Top 40 station for Dayton Ohio back in the 60's and 70's. 1410 WING had some great DJs in the 60's, including Lou Swanson, Jerry Kaye, Ken Warren, Big Jim Quinn, Dave Parks, Al Morgan, Bob Holiday, John Alexander and more. This CD contains multiple WING jingle packages from the 60's; the audio quality is good; there are 39 cuts, and running time is 9:01. This CD will bring back some great memories of "High Flyin'" WING and Top 40 radio of the 60's in Dayton Ohio.  CD $15.00

WING/Dayton  CD #1

 

WKBW was the legendary Top 40 station for Buffalo New York back in the 60's and 70's. "KB" dominated Buffalo radio back then and had some great DJ's over the years, including Bud Ballou, Joey Reynolds, Dan Neaverth, Dick Biondi, Perry Allen, Russ Syracuse, Bob McCrae, Fred Kleistein, Jack Armstrong, Bob Shannon, Tom Shannon, and Jim Taylor. This CD contains the  WKBW jingle package from around 1971-72 (the theme of this package is WKBW, The Music People); running time is 10:46 and there are 28 cuts; audio quality is good. If you grew up in Buffalo in the 60's and 70's, this CD should bring back some great memories of WKBW and Top 40 radio in Buffalo.
CD $10.00

WKBW/Buffalo

 

 


 

WKYC was one of the legendary Top 40 stations for Cleveland Ohio back in the 60's and 70's. Up until 1965 they had been KYW, but in a complicated station swap, they became WKYC in mid 1965. They competed with WHK and WIXY back then. WKYC had some great DJs over the years including Martin & Howard, Charlie & Harrigan, Jack Armstrong, Jat Lawrence, Jerry G. Bishop, Fred Winston, Chuck Dunaway, Bob Cole, Lee Baby Simms & more. If you grew up in Cleveland, you'll remember WKYC as one of the big Top 40 stations from the 60's. This CD contains the  "Power" jingle package that WKYC started using in late 1967 and 3-4 other WKYC jingle packages previous to that one; quality is good to very good; there are 99 cuts and running time is 33:17.
CD $20.00
 

WKYC/Cleveland

 


WLS and WCFL were the legendary Top 40 stations for Chicago back in the 60's and 70's. WLS had some great DJs over the years including Larry Lujack, Chuck Buell, Fred Winston, J.J. Jeffrey, Charlie van Dyke, Art Roberts, John Records Landecker, Art Roberts, Bob Hale, Dex Card, Dick Biondi & many more. This CD contains 4 different WLS jingle packages; one from about 1968 (with the sustained guitar chord at the beginning of each); another similar acapella package without the guitar - includes station voiced legal IDs mixed with jingles and both sung & station produced jock intros; a package from the early seventies that sounds like it is from TM; and the 1974 Pepper Tanner "Music People" jingle package; audio quality is fair to good; there are 97 cuts and the running time is 19:55. If you grew up in chicago this CD will bring back great memories of WLS and the Top 40 battle from the 60's and 70's.  
CD $15.00

WLS/Chicago



 

WMCA and WABC were the legendary Top 40 stations for New York City back in the 60's along with WMGM and WINS. WMCA had some great DJs over the years like Harry Harrison, Joe O'Brien, Dan Daniel, B. Mitchel Reed, Jack Spector and Gary Stevens. 57 WMCA and WABC battled it out in the 60's for the New York Top 40 radio audience. This CD contains the WMCA jingles from their heyday in the 60's (these jingles are from about 1963-1967), including the famous "WMCA Yeah Yeah" jingle. These sound like a custom redo of the Sande-Greene original Color Radio jingles with emphasis on "Home Of The Good Guys" "Fabulous 57" "Lively Radio" "More Music More Often For You" About a dozen are instrumentals with the WMCA logo. CD running time is 25:58 and there are 67 cuts; quality is only fair with tape hiss on most. If you grew up in New York City in the 60's, these will bring back great memories of the WMCA-WABC battle and Top 40 radio in New York. CD $20.00

 

WMCA/New York CD


WNBC was one of the giant AM radio stations in New York in the 70's and 80's, both as an Adult Cntemporary station and a Top 40 station. Over the years they had some great DJs like Don Imus, Walt Baby Love, Wolfman Jack, Cousin Bruce Morrow, Wolfman Jack, Big Ron O'Brien, Soupy Sales, Howard Stern, Dan Taylor, The Real Bob James, etc. In 1970 they were Adult Contemporary and this "WNBC Radio 66" jingle package is from that era. This CD contains the TM Design 70 jingle package for WNBC; audio quality is very good; running time is 16:42 and there are 28 cuts. If you grew up in New York City in the 60's-70's-80's this will bring back some great memories of WNBC and New York City radio
CD $15

WNBC/New York

 


Legendary WOHO was probably the best known of the three Toledo Top 40 stations back in the 60's. They competed with WTOD and WTTO. This CD is a compilation of jingles that 147/WOHO Good Guy Radio used in the mid 60's; there are 30 cuts, running time 8:31; audio quality is very good, dubbed to CD from a reel-to-reel one generation away from the master tape.  This CD will bring back great memories of the 60's if you grew up in Toledo listening to WOHO and the Top 40 battle with WTTO and WTOD! These would sound great on an Oldies station today!
CD $10.00
 

WOHO/Toledo  jingle CD #1


WOHO was the Big Dog in Toledo Ohio in the Top 40 battle with WTTO and WTOD back in the 60's. This CD has both acapella jingles from the mid-60's for WOHO and about a dozen Anita Kerr Singers produced jingles for 1470 WOHO from the very early 60's - running time of the CD is 9:38 and has 53 cuts. The acapellas include DJ jingles for Peter Tripp, Gary Calvert, Tommy Dean, Swingin' Sweeney, Tommy Vance and E. Alvin Davis. If you grew up in Toledo, this CD will bring back great memories of WOHO and the 60's Top 40 radio battle in Northern Ohio.
CD $15.00
 

WOHO/Toledo   jingle CD #2

 



WOKY & WRIT were the legendary Top 40 stations for Milwaukee back in the 60's and 70's. 92WOKY had some great DJs over the years like Barney Pip, Skip Bell, Bob Barry, Ron Ugly Thompson, Art Roberts, Jim Brown, Jonathon Brandmeier & more. This CD contains two jingle packages from WOKY; the first from the late 50's-early 60's and the second from the early 70's (Friends); there are 54 cuts; running time of 19:29; audio quality is very good. If you grew up in Milwaukee, this CD will bring back memories of WOKY and the Top 40 radio battle in Milwaukee from back in the day.  CD $15.00

WOKY/Milwaukee


WSAI was the legendary Top 40 station for Cincinnati Ohio back in the 60's and 70's. They competed with others such as WCPO and WUBE over the years, but they were always the Big Dog in Cincinnati radio. They had some great DJs on the air at 1360 WSAI such as Paul Purtan (who later became Detroit radio legend Dick Purtan), Ron Britain, Dusty Rhodes, Mark Edwards, Dick Wagner, and more. If you grew up in Cincinnati in the 60's and 70's this CD will bring back great memories of WSAI and Top 40 radio! Audio quality is very good, there are 45 cuts and the running time is 11:54; there are 3  jingle packages included; a custom package, an "Image" custom package (longer cuts), and jingles from the TM Electronicus II package.
CD $10.00
 

WSAI/Cincinnati


610 WSGN was the legendary Top 40 station for Birmingham Alabama from the late 50's through the 70's. They competed with WAPI, WENN & WYDE over the years but usually were the Top Dog in Birmingham radio. This CD contains a very early 610 WSGN jingle package from the late 50's (may be CRC); audio quality is very good; running time is 5:05 and there are 9 cuts total. If you grew up in Birmingham back in the 50's or early 60's, these jingles will bring back great memories of Top 40 radio 50 years ago. CD $7.50

 

WSGN/Birmingham


WTIX and WNOE were the legendary Top 40 stations for New Orleans back in the 60's. 690 WTIX was one of the Storz Top 40 stations in the South and Midwest. This CD contains a WTIX jingle package from the early 60's along with 3 cuts from the WTIX A-go-go jingle package from the mid 60's. QUALITY is only FAIR; it is many dubs from the original master tape. Running time is 9:58 and includes 30 cuts. About a quarter of them are instrumentals. If you grew up with WTIX back in the 60's, this CD will bring back some great memories of those days.
CD $10.00
 

 

WTIX/New Orleans

 


WVBF was the big FM Top 40 station in Boston in the 70's, competing with WRKO on AM. These jingles are from the Heller jingle package they used in the early 70's; quality is good; there are 36 cuts, running time 9:02. If you grew up in Boston in the 70's, these will bring back great memories of early WVBF! 
CD $15.00

 

WVBF/Framingham-Boston



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