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Jingles, promos, themes
It’s Springtime in New York: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-its-springtime-in-ny.mp3
Blues (Short): [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-blues-short.mp3]
Blues: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-blues.mp3]
Nice: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-nice.mp3]
The Great Northeast: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-the-great-north-east.mp3]
There’s Only One: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-theres-only-one.mp3]
Trumpet: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-trumpet-tune.mp3]
Weekend: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/radio-jingle-wnew-am-1130-ny-weekend.mp3]
Stan Getz: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/stan_getz-wnew.mp3]
WNEW Jingle (1962?): [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/wnew1962.mp3]
Doo Wop: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/doo-wop.mp3]
Nat Cole Calypso: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/nat-cole-calypso-jingle.mp3]
Song of India: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/song-of-india-jingle.mp3]
WNEW – Metromedia Radio: [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/wnew-metropolitan-radio.mp3]
WNEW – Anytime: http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/wnew-amytime.mp3]
- Who Listens To Radio? - 1965. Created for the RAB (Radio Advertising Bureau) by Stan Freberg, produced by Larry Greene, Sung by Sarah Vaughn.
- Klavan and Finch “Have a good, good, good, good morning” Klavan and Finch
- “I Love Rudy Ruderman” Composed by WNEW listener Addy Feiger and performed by her on July 24, 1963 at Madison Square Garden before a crowd of 18,000 attending WNEW’s 30th anniversary party. Others on the bill included Vic Damone, Bobby Darin, Helen Forest, Jack Jones, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Della Reese, Billy Taylor and the Dave Brubeck Quartet.
- FIRST MAKE BELIEVE BALLROOM THEME – Clyde McCoy’s recording of “Sugar Blues,” was used by Martin Block as a theme for the intervals of recorded music during breaks in the Lindberg kidnapping trial that began in January, 1935. Block retained it as a theme for a time when his recorded music segments became a regularly scheduled program.
- “IT’S MAKE BELIEVE BALLROOM TIME” – Glenn Miller recorded “Make Believe Ballroom Time” in October, 1940 ( RCA-Victor/ Bluebird) in recognition of the impact that Martin Block and the “Ballroom” had on recording sales. Block collaborated on the lyrics sung by the Modernaires who were hired by Miller specifically for that session. The Miller version replaced Charlie Barnett’s “Make Believe Ballroom,” which Block started using in 1937.
Stay Up Stan, The All Night Record Man – Performed by Charlie Barnet Orchestra. Recorded in 1939. Writers: Ray Mayer and Willard Robison. EMI Music Inc., Available at various sites including:
Read about Charlie Barnett at: http://www.swingmusic.net/Barnet_Charlie.html
Ted Brown and Ted Baxter (Late 1970′s): [audio http://wnew1130com.web.siteprotect.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/ted-brown-and-ted-baxter.mp3]