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Our little thought for today - a man's true wealth is the good he does in this world
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[Description by Uncle Ricky]
Repository contributor Tim Benko passed away
in 1998. Tim was a generous and frequent contributor to REELRADIO. This exhibit was
received in 1997.
Tim sent this one in an Aircheck Factory cassette box, and it features the resonant, rumbling tones of Ray Otis. Ray's big BIG pipes are featured on legendary Storz station KXOK in St. Louis. It's November 9, 1967, the second anniversary of the great Northeastern blackout.
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Otis is definitely pleasant on the ears, as is newsguy Bob Shea. But there are
lots of clicks and pops on the original recording and the old KXOK tape machines (you can even hear the cue tones!) and there's a fairly high noise level, too. If you listen more closely, you will hear the practiced performance of tried and true Top 40 radio, complete with some great jingles and classic spots! All this and the wild and wacky musical variety of Vicki Carr and Davy Jones on the same stage.
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