RADIO SPINNER has a collection of radio transcripts, airchecks and special broadcasts. This is another rare find from Aircheck City. This is an unedited radio recording from Labor Day weekend, Sunday September 6th 1970, all full songs, commercials and news and weather with Lee Jordan. "The curly headed kid in the second row" played the acapella, street-corner harmony sound of the 50's and 60's in the early seventies, when nobody else in New York did. Some credit him with coining the term "Doo-Wop." On WCBS-FM in 1969 and '70 Gus began and hosted the "Doo-Wop Shop" this was well before the station went to its all-oldies format in July 1972. In January 1971 Gus brought his show to WPIX-FM for the 6pm to midnight shift on weekends. This recording is an excellent example of what Gus Gossert was doing on WCBS FM. Mastered on 2 CD's.
DURATION: 90 minutes Airchecks are recorded from radio broadcasts as it happened as a piece of documented music history. Most airchecks are recorded on tape which might have a break in conversation or song due to tape flipping then transferred to Compact Disc. No artwork or jewel cases are included, pictures are for illustration only, CD's are labeled and enclosed in a plain white envelope, they are shipped in a protective bubble pack shipping envelope.