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No Artist - National Radio Month 1972 (Radio... The Sound Of Service) mp3 flac

Performer: No Artist
Title: National Radio Month 1972 (Radio... The Sound Of Service)
Style: Theme
Released: 1972
Size MP3 version: 1630 mb
Size FLAC version: 1980 mb
Size WMA version: 1751 mb
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Genre: Pop / Screen - Stage

No Artist - National Radio Month 1972 (Radio... The Sound Of Service) mp3 flac


Included in your 1972 National Radio Month Kit: Tuneful new jingles Jingle cut-in announcements Spot announcements A speech text Logotype reproductions Postage meter ads Radio month proclamation. Based on the theme "Radio. the Sound of Service," the 1972 National Radio Month kit is designed to help you promote the continuing, day-by-bay services your station provides. The thought-provoking lyrics to this year's tuneful music stress the fact that radio is an important and integral part of your community

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Tracklist

Today's Music For Today's Radio / 1972 National Radio Month Jingles
A1 Song A. Folk W/20 Second Doughnut 0:60
A2 Song A. Short Version 0:30
A3 Song B. Hard Rock 0:60
A4 Song B. Short Version 0:30
A5 Song C. Gospel/Soul 0:60
A6 Song D. Soft Rock 0:60
A7 Song E. Country/Western W/20 Second Doughnut 0:60
A8 Song E. Short Version 0:30
A9 Song F. Ballad 0:60
A10 Song F. Short Version 0:30
Today's Music For Today's Radio / 1972 National Radio Month Jingles
B1 Song A. Folk W/20 Second Doughnut 0:60
B2 Song A. Short Version 0:30
B3 Song B. Hard Rock 0:60
B4 Song B. Short Version 0:30
B5 Song C. Gospel/Soul 0:60
B6 Song D. Soft Rock 0:60
B7 Song E. Country/Western W/20 Second Doughnut 0:60
B8 Song E. Short Version 0:30
B9 Song F. Ballad 0:60
B10 Song F. Short Version 0:30

Credits

  • Alto Recorder – Don Hammond
  • Arranged By, Conductor – Keith Textor
  • Banjo – Steve Tannenbaum*
  • Cello – Charles McCracken, Seymour Barab
  • Drums – Al Rogers
  • Electric Bass [Fender Bass] – Russell George
  • Electric Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Vinnie Bell
  • Electric Piano [Fender Piano], Organ – Kenneth Asher*
  • Executive-Producer – Bob Hallahan
  • Lyrics By – Alan Scott
  • Music By [Songs A, C, E & F] – Marilyn Lang Scott (tracks: A1, A2, A5, A7 to A10, B1, B2, B5, B7 to B10)
  • Music By [Songs B & D] – Keith Textor (tracks: A3, A4, A6, B3, B4, B6)
  • Music By, Lyrics By – Scott-Textor Productions, Inc.*
  • Percussion – Phil Kraus
  • Recorder [Soprano] – Romeo Penque
  • Supervised By [Production Supervisor] – Victor Sack
  • Trombone – Buddy Morrow, Wayne Andre
  • Trumpet – Alan Rubin, Marvin Stamm
  • Twelve-String Guitar, Electric Guitar – Jay Berliner
  • Viola – Al Brown*, Harold Furmansky
  • Violin – Avram Weiss, Julius Held, Lewis Eley, Max Pollikoff, Raoul Poliakin, Sylvan Shulman
  • Vocals [Singers] – Bill Dean, Bob Ragaini, Gene Steck, Hilda Harris, Jim Campbell , Jimmy Radcliff*, Juli Christman, Keith Textor, Kenny Karen, Lesley Miller, Leslie Dorsey, Sue Manchester, Bill Eaton*

Notes

Sleeve has spine along top edge, and the record sits in a pocket inside. Same content on both sides of record. Each track ends with a locked groove. There is also a short, silent locked groove in the middle of the dead wax.

Heading on pocket: Today's Music For Today's Radio
Heading on labels: 1972 National Radio Month Jingles

Info from sleeve & pocket:

an NAB public relations aid

Clearance May 1, 1972
—July 31, 1972

Included in your 1972 National Radio Month Kit:
Tuneful new jingles
Jingle cut-in announcements
Spot announcements
A speech text
Logotype reproductions
Postage meter ads
Radio month proclamation

Based on the theme "Radio . . . the Sound of Service," the 1972 National Radio Month kit is designed to help you promote the continuing, day-by-bay services your station provides. The thought-provoking lyrics to this year's tuneful music stress the fact that radio is an important and integral part of your community. And, no matter what sound you prefer for your station, the different lyrics for the various musical arrangements carry the same message—you serve your community. Also, this year for the first time, the Radio Month music comes to you in compatible stereo. The music and lyrics were created by one of New York's most prestigious production houses—Scott-Textor Productions, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): NAB-S-NRM-72-A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): NAB-S-NRM-72-B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, both sides, partially obscured by label): 4-5-72
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, both sides): [etching resembling an "L" or "D" with tail wrapping most of the way around]