WABC Rewound 2000!
May 29, 2000
Producer: Johnny Donovan
Assistant Producer: Peter Kanze
Engineering: Frank D'Elia
What a GREAT time!
If you had a chance to hear it over the air or over the
you know how much fun we had.
This was the schedule:
6AM: Charlie Greer from January, 1967.
7AM: Johnny Donovan from 1974 and Dan Ingram from 1972
8AM: Ron Lundy from 1975
9AM: Bob "Bob-a-Loo" Lewis from 1964 (part 1)
10AM: Bob "Bob-a-Loo" Lewis from 1964 (part 2)
11AM: Bob Lewis (1964), Dan Ingram, Jeff Berman during AFTRA Strike
12PM: Jingle Montage (new for this year) courtesy JAM president Jonathan Wolfert
***If you want to hear the Jingle Montage, click here (courtesy of the PAMS web site!)***
5PM: Jack Carney 1961 Freedomland Remote, 1965 Blackout, 1978 station demo
6PM: Bruce Morrow 11/29/67 (recorded from WABC for the Vietnam troops)
7PM: George Michael 1976, promos and music
8PM: Roby Yonge 10/21/69: The "Paul is Dead" show that got him fired
9PM: Promos and forgotten hits
10PM: Dan Ingram 6/12/64, 1972 station demo
11PM: WABC Rewound Talk on the Steve Malzberg Show featuring Allan Sniffen, Jonathan Wolfert, Peter Kanze, George Denos and you calls!
Pictures from the WABC Studios From
THANKS to Spencer Morasch for the pictures!
The Actual Rewound Tapes!
The WABC Control Board during Rewound with engineer Mike Caragliano!
The WABC Air Studio looking from the Engineer's Side
The Air Studio looking back to the Engineer
The Rewound Talk Show
Jon Wolfert's back, Allan Sniffen, Steve Malzberg, Peter Kanze, George Denos
Allan Sniffen on air with the "Rewound Message Board" on screen
Jonathan Wolfert on the air
Peter Kanze on the air, George Dennos in the background
Steve Malzberg on the air
Allan Sniffen, Steve Malzberg, Peter Kanze
Jon Wolfert, George Dennos, Tracy Carmen, Peter Kanze, Allan Sniffen, Spencer Morasch
WABC Rewound Talk Show
May 29, 2000
The program was hosted by
Steve Malzberg and featured
An interview with Herb Oscar Anderson, a discussion
Various callers with
questions about Bob Dayton, the concept
Jon Wolfert talks about how his interest in radio and
What happened to Roby Yonge, George Michael, Jay
Why the Musicradio years are the focus of WABC
Various memories from callers, some comments about
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