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#13417: WINS RADIO NEWS: WINS CENTER ON THE AIR WITH NEWS ANCHOR MURRAY KAUFMAN
1960-05-14, WINS, 3 min.
Nelson Rockefeller, Nikita Khrushchev, Murray the K, Dwight Eisenhower, Murray Kaufman

A RARE air check of Murray the K Kaufman anchoring the news on WINS NEWS CENTER ON THE AIR with Kaufman standing news watch. 

Highlights: Russians launched unmanned space ship, Governor Rockefeller will stay away from the 1960 Republican convention, has his eye on 1964, Eisenhower on route to Paris for summit talks with Khrushchev, Cuba accuses the US of aggression against Cuba. 

Live from 1010 WINS radio in New York City.    

 NOTE: 
      Kaufman's big break came in 1958 after he moved to WINS/1010 to do the all-night show, which he titled The Swingin' Soiree. Shortly after his arrival, WINS's high energy star disk jockey, Alan Freed, was indicted for tax evasion and forced off the air. Though Freed's spot was briefly occupied by Bruce Morrow, who later became known as Cousin Brucie on WABC, Murray was soon moved into the 7–11 pm time period and remained there for the next seven years,                                         
#14145I: "MURRAY THE "K" ROCK 'N' ROLL RADIO SHOW
1963-06-17, WINS, 3 min.
Murray the K, Murray Kaufman

An excerpt from The Murray Kaufman ("Murray The K") Rock 'N' Roll radio show broadcast over 1010 WINS in New York City.  

      Kaufman's big break came in 1958 after he moved to WINS/1010 to do the all-night show, which he titled The Swingin' Soiree. Shortly after his arrival, WINS's high energy star disk jockey, Alan Freed, was indicted for tax evasion and forced off the air. Though Freed's spot was briefly occupied by Bruce Morrow, who later became known as Cousin Brucie on WABC, Murray was soon moved into the 7–11 pm time period and remained there for the next seven years,

Heard, is Murray the K Kaufman spinning a disc and taking a phone call from a listener who wins a "submarine race watcher's sweater." Murray the K asks if he likes to listen to the Oldies or New Records. The caller states "both," and  requests Kaufman send him his "language book."   Next up Murray the K  plays the latest record by The Chantels.                                         
#699A: MEET THE BEETLES: A 1010 WINS RADIO SPECIAL
1964-02-05, WINS, 21 min.
Jim Gordon, The Beatles, Murray the K, Murray Kaufman, Paul Parker, Jim Anderson, Rod McLeish

A WINS RADIO SPECIAL REPORT.
 
Murray Kaufman (Murray The K) hosts this special introducing the Beetles singing foursome arriving in New York from the UK on Friday February 5, 1964. 

Reporting from Kennedy Airport, WINS reporter, Paul Parker describes the scene, and press conference. Reporter Jim Gordon reports from The Plaza Hotel. Jim Anderson reports from England and relates who The Beetles are, and their historic meteoric rise to stardom. Anderson gives a bio on each of the four Beetles. 

Rod McLeish reports from the UK on "The Mersey Sound."   

NOTE: This rare 1010 WINS Radio Special Report audio air check contains only the opening 20 minutes of this 55 minute broadcast.  Occasional  slight static heard during the original transmission.                                                                                   
#699: OPEN END WITH DAVID SUSSKIND:"ROCK N' ROLL:THE NEW LOUD SOUND FROM TIN PAN ALLEY"
1964-08-23, WPIX, 85 min.
David Susskind, William B. Williams, Bobby Vinton, Goldie Goldmark, Jack Keller, Phil Spector, Murray the K, Lesley Gore, Murray Kaufman

"Rock N' Roll: The New Loud Sound From Tin Pan Alley," is the topic with guests William B. Williams, Murray "The K" Kaufman, 17 year old Lesley Gore, Bobby Vinton, Goldie Goldmark, Jack Keller and 24 year old Phil Spector, who eventually dominates the conversation with many personal points of view, comments, and disagreements in particular with William B. Williams and moderator, David Susskind.

NOTE: This peerless TV Audio Air Check represents the first time that Phil Spector voiced subjective and personal anecdotal feelings on a TV talk show, revelatory  to his revolutionary work he was doing and portending to do in the future. Of the over 20,000 titles in the collection of ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO this television audio air check is considered one of the extant audio gems  representing this "lost" television broadcast which was erased soon after it was broadcast August 23, 1964.      

This recording was personally Audio recorded off the air, 1/4" reel to reel tape, direct line, obtaining excellent sound quality at the time of this one time only broadcast, by Phil Gries, founder and owner of ATA.                                                                                    
#14617: HOTLINE WITH DAVID SUSSKIND
1964-10-08, WPIX, 18 min.
David Susskind, Jackie Robinson, Dorothy Kilgallen, Joyce Davidson, Murray the K, Gore Vidal, Murray Kaufman

October 6th, 1964-February 23rd, 1965 (WPIX)

A ninety-minute pilot program for a future short-lived phone-in discussion program seen on local WPIX-TV Channel 11 in New York City.

Topics discussed are pornography and the Warren Commission Report, 

Guests include Jackie Robinson, Gore Vidal, and Dorothy Kilgallon. WINS RADIO disc jockey Murray Kaufman calls the show.

Host: David Susskind. The producer of the program is Joyce Davidson. She married Susskind in 1966.                                                                                                                
#14668: CAROL BURNETT SPECIAL: "BEATLES IN AMERICA."
1964-11-13, CBS, 27 min.
Carol Burnett, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Murray the K, John Lennon, George Harrison, Murray Kaufman, Albert Maysles, David Maysles

A special Carol Burnett tribute to the Beatles which pre-empts THE ENTERTAINERS a weekly CBS variety Friday night series (September 24, 1964 - March 27, 1965). 

Carol introduces this little known program from her home, explaining a departure from the expected ENTERTAINERS broadcast and telecasting a surprise program confirming her adulation for  the Beetles. Carol Burnett narrates interesting Beetle transitional  information over footage filmed by Albert Maysles and recorded by David Maysles' appearing in  their direct cinema feature documentary, WHAT'S HAPPENING!THE BEETLES IN THE USA (1964) which was devoid of all narration. Included excerpts, interviews of the Beatles by Murray Kaufman.  

NOTE: A very unusual use of employing visual material from a  yet to be released USA documentary using ample footage and narration by Carol Burnett over it for this television broadcast special. The Maysles Brothers 83 minute feature documentary was released in the USA December 14, 1965, a month after this Carol Burnett Special aired on television. 
Assumption is that selling footage by the Maysles Brothers to Carol Burnett's production company from their documentary was a way of promoting the complete documentary about to be released. 

Possibly the reason why there is no reference to this broadcast anywhere including, IMDb, Internet, TV Guide, Ross Reports TV Index, TV Reference books or its listing not found in any of the  major entertainment museums, is that it was not a scheduled television program but a last minute preemption filling the regular time spot for THE ENTERTAINERS. 

A peerless audio air check.   

Contains a Marlboro Cigarette commercial.                                                               
#5046: BEATLES AT SHEA STADIUM, THE
1967-01-10, WABC, 52 min.
Ed Sullivan, The Beatles, Murray the K, Brenda Holloway, Murray Kaufman

Telecast of the concert given by The Beatles at Shea Stadium in New York on August 15, 1965; featuring Sounds, Incorporated, Brenda Holloway, King Curtis and The Discotheque Dancers, also performing. The report covers the time before, during and after the concert, including comments from members of The Beatles group in their dressing room.             
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