Today, a romp through a few odds and ends from my collection of reel to reel tapes. First up, a raw session tape from the recording of a narration for some sort of advertisement for "Wisco Wonderful", a one-time product of Wisconsin. The narrator here sounds to me like he may be the same guy who did the "Homko Narration", which I posted in the first edition of this Catacombs Series, and which came in the same style box with similar writing.
Next, here are two recording sessions found on the same tape. First is a short series of attempts at completing a Mogen David ad, then, a lengthier segment in which the announcer (I'm not sure if this is a different person than is heard in the above or not) tries to perfect a commercial for the Chicago carpet cleaning institution, Boushelle. The first time through, the announcer even sings their famous (to Chicagoans, anyway) phone number jingle.
Finally, and on a completely different note, here are some young adults, carrying on a conversation while listening to a jazz album, and taping 15 minutes of it for posterity. The where and when of this is unknown (the tape box is unmarked), but there are some interesting points in the conversation, for those who care to have a listen.