Wolfman Jack Radio Show | 1976

    Let’s clap for the Wolfman!!!   “Wolfman Jack” was one of radio’s most distinctive voices. Thanks to XERF and later XERB, the Wolfman reached most of the southwestern United States while selling everything from soft drinks to coffins. In 1969, the […]

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Wolfman Jack, XERB 1090 Rosarito BC, Mexico | 1967

Date of Recording: 1967 (Exact Date Unknown) Station: 1090 XERB Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico Format: Top 40 Featured Air Personality: Wolfman Jack Contributor: Joe Fazio Comments: The movie “American Graffiti” featured a howling Wolfman Jack… it was THIS station, XERB 1090 in […]

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Tom Konard’s “Aircheck Factory” Presents: Wolfman Jack, 1090 XERB Rosarito Beach, Mexico | December 12, 1966

Date of Recording: 12.12.1966 Station: 1090 XERB (XERB/XEPRS) Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico (Studios in Chula Vista, California) Format at time of recording: Leased Time Brokered (Pre-Recorded material) Featured Air Personality: Wolfman Jack (Robert Weston Smith) b. 1938 d. 1995 (WYOU/KCIJ/XERF/XERB/KDAY/AFRTS/WNBC/WXTR) Contributor: […]

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Wolfman Jack for the U.S. Air Force, AFRTS | 1971

Courtesy of Thom Whetston, we have an excellent quality ‘check of Wolfman Jack, serving his country on the airwaves of Armed Forces Radio. One would never realize how good radio was for the troops overseas as produced by the voices of the […]

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John Mack Flanagan and Wolfman Jack, 560 KSFO/KYA-FM 93.3 San Francisco | June, 1992

Date of Recording: June, 1992 (Exact date unknown) Station(s): 560 KSFO San Francisco, KYA-FM 93.3 San Francisco Featured Air Talent: John Mack Flanagan, Wolfman Jack Contributor: John Mack Flanagan Aircheck Entry: 1,407 Comments: This is the kind of event that made radio […]

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M. Dung Idiot Show, 104.5 KFOG San Francisco | 1985

        Mike Slavko, was best known to Bay Area rock radio fans as the hyped-up, nutty DJ “M. Dung.” Soon after KFOG went from “beautiful music” to rock in 1982, Mike, who was doing production work at KFOG, was chosen […]

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Joey Reynolds, 610 WIOD Miami | April 10, 1993 / Easter Sunday

Known informally as a guy who’s worked more radio stations than anyone else, Joey Reynolds is heard here on Easter Sunday Morning on 610 WIOD. A couple of years later, with on air endorsements from some biggies at the former WNBC New […]

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Salute to American Radio, BBC Radio 1 London | July 4 1976

In the mid 1960s, there was nowhere easy for British youngsters to listen to rock ‘n’ rollers like The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones. Commercial radio wasn’t yet an option, and the guardians of the publicly-owned British Broadcasting Corporation considered […]

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Howard Stern Talks To Don Imus, WNBC 66 New York | 1983

In the 1980s, WNBC was one of the most entertaining, personality driven radio stations in America, with names like Soupy Sales, Alan Comes, Joey Reynolds, Wolfman Jack, and of course, Don Imus & Howard Stern. The feud between Stern & Imus became […]

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Joey Reynolds, 66 WNBC New York | January 7 – 11, 1974

The Joey Reynolds Show on WNBC – A ton of laughs between every record! The technical stuff This audio came in on an old generic brand C90 Cassette. Apparently transferred from the source reel, this took a bit of processing to bring […]

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Wolfman Jack sits in with Murray the K, 66 WNBC | August 1973

Originally posted in November 2007, two legendary personalities share the mic from an era when those heard between the records were every bit as important as the music. WNBC was in a period where it tried competing with crosstown WABC, with its […]

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Wolfman Jack, 1090 XERB Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico | April 12, 1970

Contributor Steven Green had this transferred from one of his reels – prized posession, we suspect :). This is an original recording of Wolfman Jack, made in the Spring of 1970. Authentic AM static, Southern California commercials and XERB jingles are all […]

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