Courtesy of Contributor Frank Davis
This was the second Radio Greats Weekend held by WCBS-FM, the first having aired some six years earlier, in response to WABC’s format change to talk. At the time of this recording, CBS-FM is a very 1950s and early 60s oriented station, playing a lot of Do-wop records and using entirely Pams 1960s-era jingles.
This starts out at the end of a show hosted by Hal Jackson. He does two breaks and then its all Cousin Brucie after the Legal ID jingle. While scoped, this is a very long aircheck, as the show was mostly talk and interviews, digitized from a TDK D120 2 hour tape. This held up extremely well over the years. The audio is so crisp it sounds like this is being broadcast live.
Appearing in no particular order: Dan Ingram (via telephone), Les Marshack (In Studio), Bobby Jay (In Studio)