RadioRecordings.com continues to make more memories available via its expanding series of classic radio air checks. Just added are Chicago radio classics, including Larry Lujack on WLS from a 1971 morning show and his final WLS show from August 1987. The '71 recording includes the famous Lujack quip after reading a news teaser about a potential disaster and saying "and if the world comes to end, you'll hear about it first on W L S", as only he can.
In addition, recordings of WLS legends Joel Sebastian, Kris Eric Stevens, and J.J. Jeffrey, are now available.
Fans of Los Angeles radio may be interested in a recording of Ted Quillen recreating KFWB Color Radio from April 1958, which he produced for KRLA in April of 1988 30 years later.
Listeners in both cities in the 60's (and up until today in Chicago) can find an air check of Dick Biondi from Super CFL in Chicago from his afternoon show in 1971.
RadioRecordings.com plans to add more vintage air checks from around the country over the coming weeks.
From this current batch, we, as always, recommend the Larry Lujack recordings.
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