old radio shows from the 1970s and 1980s Top 40 mp3.
last update: September 18, 2019 (at?audio collection?)
Listen to a rare, very early Casey Kasem recording on KRLA, Pasadena, CA from May 27, 1965 (MP3-file, 192 kBit/s mono - 87,080 KB / 1 h 2 min) with commercials - most of them done by Casey himself!
?Here we go with the Top 40 hits of the nation this week on American Top 40, the best-selling and most-played songs from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from Canada to Mexico. This is Casey Kasem in Hollywood, and in the next three hours we'll count down the 40 most popular hits in the United States this week, hot off the record charts of Billboard magazine for the week ending July 11
, 1970. In this hour at number 32 in the countdown, a song that's been a hit four different times in 19 years! And we're just one tune away from the singer with the 10,000 Dollar gold hubcaps on his car! Now, on with the countdown!?
(rem.: The airing was one week before the official date! One station even aired it on July 3.)
Listen to the whole show from July 4, 1970 (MP3-file, 128 kBit/s - 134,849 KB / 2 h 24 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)!
show from August 1, 1970 ( MP3-file, 128 kBit/s - 131,615 KB / 2 h 20 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)
complete show from May 29, 1971 ( MP3-file, 96 kBit/s - 102,713 KB / 2 h 26 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)
Top 40 Christmas Songs 1940 - 1971
Mpe3 download free
* some songs were added by The Premiere Radio Networks and some by myself
complete show from May 6, 1972 ( MP3-file, 96 kBit/s - 106,862 KB / 2 h 32 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)
(rem.: first 35 seconds accidentally recorded in surround sound)
complete show from June 23, 1973 ( MP3-file, 96 kBit/s - 106,123 KB / 2 h 31 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)
complete show from June 7, 1975 ( MP3-file, 96 kBit/s - 106,012 KB / 2 h 31 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)
complete show from July 22, 1978 ( MP3-file, 128 kBit/s - 142,600 KB / 2 h 32 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 3 hours)
complete show from June 28, 1980 ( MP3-file, 128 kBit/s - 188,538 KB / 3 h 21 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 4 hours)
complete show, officially from January 6, 1986 ( MP3-files, 160 kBit/s) without commercials
(original time with commercials was about 4 hours respectively)
complete show from July 23, 1988 ( MP3-file, 128 kBit/s - 188,196 KB / 3 h 21 min) without commercials (original time with commercials was about 4 hours)
free downloads: Casey Kasem and me (when I still called myself?Levi Bolotin?)
# Letter from Westwood One Entertainment to me, dated May 29, 1997 , pre-announcing that my Request and Dedication for?Casey?s Top 40? will be broadcast on June 7, 1997 (MP3-file, 192 kBit/s - 8,878 KB / 6 min). This R&D was in memory of my late friend Peter Sager who fell from the Matterhorn.
# Casey Kasem personally also gave me a phone call!
Listen to the Top 10 of 77-year-old Casey Kasem's very last countdown show (AT20) from July 4, 2009 (MP3-file, 128 kBit/s - 64,876 KB / 1 h 9 min) without commercials!
Comment: The?Long Distance Dedication? is from a listener who thanks Casey for counting down the hits for 39 years. Between #2 (with the ironic title?If Today Was Your Last Day?) and #1 Casey himself gives a brief history of his countdown programs and how they grew over the years. And after the #1 (which, by the way, is ironically titled?[Sometimes Goodbye Is A] Second Chance?) he states this wisdom:?I'd like to share with you something I've learned over the years: Success doesn't happen in a vacuum. You're only as good as the people you work with, and the people you work for. I've been lucky; I've worked for and with the very best!? Casey ends the show with - of course - his legendary tagline?Keep your feet on the ground, and keep reaching for the stars!?.
General: Most shows were recorded from re-runs on a radio station livestream. Some "Extras" were added recently (done by a different host). Recording was done with " No23 Recorder ". Commercials were manually cut out using " Audacity ". All playlists were created by myself and contain new entries, re-entries, "Extras", "Specials", "Archives", "Oldies", "Recaps" (top 3 songs of last week) and "Long Distance Dedications".
The Sad, Strange Battle Over Casey Kasem
article written by Hal Espen, taken from Billboard magazine (print version) from February 22, 2014 (PDF-file - 12,050 KB, 6 large pages)
The data volume that my webhost?bplaced? allows is already almost used up. So, unfortunately, there will be no more new shows!
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