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Leopold Records Commercial - Various - The Golden Age Of Underground Radio Featuring Tom Donahue (Cassette)

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  1. Listen to Radio Show: Commercials online using any of the 3 radio players below. We offer 3 different ways for you to listen to our old time radio shows so that no matter what device you are using (PC, laptop, Android phone, iPhone, iPad, Kindle, tablet, etc.) at least one of the radio .
  2. Radio - Radio - The Golden Age of American radio: The Golden Age of American radio as a creative medium lasted, at best, from to , with the true peak period being the s. Writer-producer-director Norman Corwin, one of radio’s brightest talents, ruefully made the point that radio’s most creative era was “the shortest golden age in history.”.
  3. "This is Tom Donahue and I'm here to play phonograph records." With that sign-on, Tom Donahue defined "underground" FM radio in the late '60s and early '70s. This disc takes the listener back to that time period, with samples of Donahue's news spots, commercials, and between-song chat taken from airchecks while he worked as the "Big Daddy" of Bay Area broadcasting at KSAN-FM in San Francisco.
  4. Oct 23,  · I really love Vol. 1 in this series ("Golden Age of Underground Radio"). Is Vol. 2 a worthy successor? As an ex-DJ who just missed the golden age (there was a little gold left in the mid's, but not a lot), I'm really happy Steve has made these airchecks and beautifully mastered songs available in this format.
  5. - KMPX in San Francisco. The birth of "underground" FM radio featuring DJ Tom Donahue (pictured). - Monterey Pop Festival: Introduces the commercial possibilities of large star-studded outdoor rock shows. Emergence of Jimi Hendrix and the Who.
  6. The Golden Age of Underground Radio VOLUME ONE featuring Tom Donahue on KSAN Radio All songs complete and uncut in stereo. Digitally mastered for compact disc by Steve Hoffman. 25 tracks Track Listings. Disc: 1. 1. Tom's Sign-on - Tom Donahue. 2. Fresh Garbage - Spirit. 3. Tom - Tom Donahue. 4. Time Has Come Today - The Chambers Bros. 5.
  7. Old Time Radio is that most of it was broadcast live and anything could happen across a live microphone, and very often it did! Here are more than 12 hours of mistakes and bloopers from the Golden Age of Radio.
  8. Aug 12,  · What ended the Golden Age of Radio? TV, of course. In retrospect, it's amazing that radio lasted as long as it did -both NBC and CBS began making experimental television broadcasts from their New York stations in , and both stations were issued commercial licenses in

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