Christmas Eve and Christmas day on WOR NY radio, circa1973.Enjoy a cup of Coco and some cheer as our friends gather and open presents. “ The Last Frontier” Death Valley “ The Emergency Ward” Monkey Tails “ Bicentennial Celebration in Hadley Vermont” “ Mary Backstayge – Nobel Wife “ They discuss the trip to Italy Hidden at the end of Shamrock tape number 37 – 6 right before the leader is a fascinating piece of Bob and Ray history.I have included a scan image of the boxes notes for someone to... It was transferred from a transcription disk in the collection of revered member R2. In this episode Henry Glandstone stands in for Lyle Van due to the big snow storm. On the Mary Backstayge feature, Gregg brings John Simon (TWMITW) over to play his song “Gold” .
The taper had a slow hand on the stop button which allows us small bits of traffic and commercials.
The 30 minute tape slowly deteriorates and tape crackles become frequent.
These files are hosted at the Internet Archive - https://archive.org/details/bobandraytoaster. Folks should be cautious of sites that play files but do not actually host the files. This is tape segment one from Box 40 Side 1 Track 1. If you have any means of identifying this selection please post it in a review.
Consider why a free site wants your unattended browser session to stay open for extended lengths of time. Track one been split into three sections and some hiss reduction has been applied.
Then have dinner on Christmas day as they prepare for the trip to Hollywood. A note with this tape indicates the date is May 31, 1956.
The theme music is “Bob Bob Bob and Ray Ray Ray” by Leona Anderson.Episode annotation by Harry Wilson: From onward, this seems to be the first sixteen minutes of ‘Library Reel 02’: Episode annotation by Harry Wilson: - Bob interviews two...From the Bob and Ray For The Truly Desperate collection.Word Carr mentions that the next episode is Monday Friday September 2nd, 1949. B & R WHDH Matinee August 4, 1949 29 minute show from Norwood, Mass.The audio quality on this file is above the normal Bob and Ray For The Truly Desperate standard of poor to unlistenable. The duo discuss the upcoming Bob and Ray Benefit and baseball generally and the red sox specifically.Your information will be used to update the Archive page. This recording has some patter between Bob and Ray.A seldom heard episode of "Mary Backstayge in A Tale of Two Cities" is already into act one.I have teased out what I can of Leona’s improvised conversation. Some hints from Harry Wilson; At , Bob and Ray mention that Helen Harkness had been in England to cover the coronation. There are several shows and bits of Bob and Ray on it.The coronation of Queen Elizabeth took place on Tuesday June 2, 1953, so this episode would be after that date. Commercials removed CBS radio network show 14 minutes in length. Those shows are from the late 1959 - 1961 CBS NBC period.According to The New York Times radio listings, the duo ended this program on WNBC (and, presumably, other NBC stations) in mid-September 1953, so this episode... Based on the hiss and whistles in the raw digitized file this appears to be a third or fourth generation tape.Between the shows on the tape is a group of bits which I present here for those of you desperate enough to enjoy such things. If you have any means of identifying this selection please post it in a review. This tape may be portions of Library Reel # 6 Episode annotation by Harry Wilson: - Faces In The News, featuring an interview with truck driver Joseph Swanson (Bob), who suffers from poor judgement of height. Thursday, September 1, 1949; The audio quality on this file is above the normal Bob and Ray For The Truly Desperate standard of poor to unlistenable.