A little news to report about my Sounds Like Radio podcast, I will now be posting one new show every week! Sometimes I'll post bonus extra shows like the recent Burgess Meredith reading of a Ray Bradbury story and also posted 2 of the Jean Shepherd original radio shows I recorded back in the 1970's. But I will always post one new Great Gildersleeve edition of Sounds Like Radio along with the Greatest Music This Side of Heaven.
P.S. Also this month don't miss the Halloween Special featuring some spooky tales from Boris Karloff, Hitchcock & a radio scare master surpise along with great Halloween songs & naturally a Halloween GIldy to boot. It's a goodie and on for a limited time only.
I hope you find these shows fun and entertaining and sometimes you may even hear a song you either have never heard or haven't heard in decades. Here's the podcast site, as always, it's free and it's there for you:
You know, I've been listening to the Great Gildersleeve ever since the 1970's, back then from cassette tapes I recorded. I used to always add to the end of those 30 min. tapes a 3 minute ending to each show on the tape by introducing one song that went with the show I just recorded. Then in the 1990's I started making 90 min Sounds Like Radio tapes featuring 3 shows with added songs along with my patter. I had to edit out the commercials for those 90 min shows to fit in music then. Then later in the early 2000's I made CDs of my Sounds Like Radio Gildersleeve shows featuring 2 shows and music. I sent out those tapes and CDs to a couple people I knew who liked Gildersleeve. Now doing these Sounds Like Radio shows for the podcast I no longer have to edit out the original commercials. So I've been doing this type thing for a long time and I'm still not tired of it. In fact I love it. So I hope you'll listen along with me and enjoy these programs as much as I do in making them.
If you have a song request, let me know here and if I have it I'd be glad to play it on a future show.
Thanks So Much,
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