RADIO SPINNER has a collection of radio transcripts, airchecks and special broadcasts. This is another rare find from Aircheck City. This is an unscoped, unedited recording of Barney Pipp, famed disc jockey from WOKY-AM in Milwaukee, and WFCL-AM in Chicago, and in the 1970's he worked at WPIX-FM in New York. Barney Pipp's trademark was a trumpet blast and slogan "Turn Into Peanut Butter". This particular unscoped/unedited aircheck is a rare find, not only because Barney Pipp airchecks are scarce, but this recording is from a Long Island radio station called WGLI-AM 1290, there are very, very few airchecks from WGLI-AM, and to find one that is unscoped is rare in itself. WGLI-AM started in 1958, the "GLI" stood for "Greater Long Island" Communications Inc., the station was also called "The Mighty 1290". WGLI was at the same location in Babylon New York from 1958 until the station burned down in 1990. Barney Pipp worked at WGLI for a short time in the late 1980's. On this segment of the show Barney is hosting "Jukebox Saturday Night" and it begins at 11:00 PM. The format is oldies, and Barney is spinning plenty of them, some pretty obscure. Everything is intact, news, weather and commercials, a little piece of history from the Reagan years. Sadly Barney Pipp passed away in April of 1994 in Indianapolis at the age of 57. The sound quality is excellent for AM radio, mastered on CD. 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.