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Jack Lacy WINS 1958 and 1962
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While an odd combination, featured here are classic radio airchecks and classic sports cards.

If you miss the radio you grew up listening to, you can relive those fun times once again. We've carefully restored many classic sounds of radio from New York City and elsewhere from the 1950's, 60's, 70's and even some special moments from the 80's.

You'll also find classic collectible sports cards from the 1970's to the 1990's. While others ask you to take a chance on unproven players of today whose card values can crash and burn, the sports cards here are proven commodities.
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Jack Lacy WINS 1958 and 1962

Here's a rare example of one of the early Top 40 NYC DJ's.

This is an unscoped example of the work of Jack Lacy on WINS.

The first cut features Jack Lacy on WINS on October 10, 1958. Alan Freed had left to go to WABC and the Top 40 sound was a mixed one because of the wide range of music that made the Top 40.

The second cut features Lacy from July 9, 1962. You'll hear a difference in the music that WINS played but Lacy kept his easy style. This was quite a difference from the fast paced WABC yet it's said that Jack Lacy was the only DJ that Dan Ingram went up against who concerned him. You can listen for yourself.

This item has been electronically restored to the best possible condition considering the age of the source material. The results still create an enjoyable listening experience and exciting piece of NYC radio history

Total Time - 59:17

 

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