An Evening At Crosley Square

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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52880. An Evening At Crosley Square. November 5, 1944. WLW, Cincinnati. Sponsored by: Crosley appliances. The first tune is "Alabamy Bound." Guest R. J. Rockwell is a Crosley engineer who had built three 200,000 watt transmitters ("The Loudest Voice In The World") for The Voice Of America in Bethany, Ohio. He says that he built "the second commercial station in the country" (in Omaha, Nebraska). Norman Rubell (host, announcer), Louise Martell (vocals), Bert Farber and His Orchestra, R. J. Rockwell, The Crosley Melody Maids. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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