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Martin Block, WABC New York, April 16, 1960 (scoped)
 
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Kris Stevens, WCFL Chicago, August 23, 1972 (scoped)
The Slim One, KKFR Phoenix AZ March 30, 1987 Pt.1 (scoped)
 
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Dave Fox, KAYK K-96 Provo/Salt Lake City UT 1976 (scoped)
 

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FAB 40!

Week Ending 07-26-14
838 of 948 (88%) RESPONDED
127 TOTAL HOURS REPORTED THIS WEEK
413 TITLES CHARTED THIS WEEK

The FAB 40 is determined by actual REELRADIO listeners and ranked by SHARE of total listening time in the previous week by Real Players configured to report. Additional explanation and expanded data is available. These reports are updated weekly and provide full listings of all Repository content streamed in the past week.

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--HB1 Ted Quillin 1964, KRLA Pasadena April 1, 1992 (scoped)2
--72 The REELRADIO Tenth Birthday Special, February 12, 20063
--HB3 Bob Eubanks 1965, KRLA Pasadena April 1, 1992 Pt.2 (scoped)2
--254 Sensational Sixties Spots Montage3
--145 Bootleg Top 40 Volume 1, 19713
--56 Classic and Classy Radio Commercials, 1950s-1970s3
--117 The Last Day: KRIZ Phoenix July 19783
--138 Radio's Revolution and the World's Happiest Broadcasters3
---9 Jim Hawthorne, KNX Los Angeles, 19512
--110 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, July 4, 1968 (scoped)3
--4011 West Coast Boss Composite, Drake-Era 60s3
--3012 Super 70s Spots Montage3
--613 Bob Sirott, WLS Chicago, June 16, 1977 (scoped)3
---14 Roby Yonge with John Paul Roberts, June 13, 19952
---15 Brother Bill Gable, CKLW Windsor-Detroit, April 6, 1974 (scoped)2
---16 Bob Eubanks, KRLA Sixties Composite Pt.1, April 1, 1992 (scoped)2
---17 Jimmy Rabbitt, KHJ Los Angeles, May 24, 1972 (scoped)2
--418 KLIF Dallas TX, November 22, 19633
---19 Ron Landry, WDRC Hartford CT. June 18, 1965 (scoped)2
---20 Dan Ingram WABC New York Composite Summer 19742
---21 Robert W. Morgan KRTH Los Angeles Video 19942
--3422 Dan Ingram, WABC NY July 22, 1967 Pt.2 (scoped)3
---23 The Real Don Steele Remembered, Part 22
---24 The Real Don Steele Remembered, Part 12
---25 Mike Scott, KCBQ San Diego, July 28, 1967 (scoped)2
---26 Dr. Don Rose KFRC San Francisco March 10 19782
---27 Chuck Leonard, WABC New York, October 9, 1968 (scoped)2
--1528 Mark Elliot, KHJ Los Angeles June 25 1975 Part Two (scoped)3
--3929 KCBQ San Diego, 1958-19783
---30 PD Presents: Pirates - The Era of Swashbuckling Radio, 19732
--931 Dan Ingram, Ron Lundy, WABC, May 10 19823
---32 WCBS-FM New York, Radio Greats Reunion 1991 Part 1 (scoped)2
3172733 KWST Los Angeles Format Change June 30, 19815
---34 Russ "Weird Beard" Knight, KILT Houston, 19652
---35 Dan Ingram, WABC New York, June 12, 1964 (scoped)2
---36 Fabulous 50s Spots!2
---37 Bob Elliot, KGB San Diego, July 28, 1967 Pt.2 (scoped)2
---38 WKTU Disco 92 New York Composite, February 19792
--3139 Shotgun Tom Kelly Salute to San Diego Radio3
---40 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles CA June 15 19682

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