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It's only fitting that our first WFIL offering be from the late, great
performer during January 1977 (8:32).
Here is a short aircheck (:34 seconds).
Brother LoveAnother short clip (1:15)
George Michael (6/68)
6/68 George is REALLY COOKIN' tonight! I never realized he ever sounded
this good. (2:52)
Our first offering from the late Jay Cook (3:13)
Long John Wade (6/68)
A rare tape...not too many airchecks of Long John (1:17)
Jim Nettleton (2/68)
This might be the BEST he ever sounded! (4:50)
Jim Nettleton (3/67)
George Michael 3/69
It's a Million Dollar Weekend! (10:08)
A couple of Top and bottom of hour ID's
WFIL Composite 1972
A composite of the station featured on Programmer's Digest, a series of albums for
radio people, featuring airchecks of stations and disk jockeys. WFIL sounded
GREAT on this profile!
Aircheck from 1972
WFIL Pop Tops
You remember the songs where they had 'sound-alike' people sing the call letters
over the beginning of the song? Here are a few of them.
It's January 25, 1972 and Tom Dooley is on WFIL!
September 6, 1968. King George is holding court on WFIL.
Long John Wade
From August, 1970, Long John Wade, one of the original Boss Jocks is still on the
air and sounding just as good as ever.