One missing show from 1976 is the one where "No6" Jingle is played during Elton Johns Pinball Wizard after its "No7" at the start, and a "Ha Ha" from Tom, i had the tape once, its usefull because it shows the delay Between the Number Jingles if they dont exist as later they changed to a new set of Jam Jingles.]
My 1976 cassette recording of Pinball Wizard features exactly that 'play' i.e. has the incorrect jingle / Tom Browne's voice over the beginning
Great to know that still exists, pinball wizard entered at no 7 and only went down the chart. Tom also started it at the end of the intro, on some shows you can here the end of the into as its hard to edit.
it will be 50 years since Toms first show in a few years time  it would be nice to have a near complete set of his shows and restored to a decent condition, its easier from 1975 as about 50% exist.
1977 shows i have
20.2.77, 10.4.77, 24.4.77, 30.4.77, 15.5.77, 29.5.77, 12.6.77, 10.7.77, 4.9.77, 2.10.77, 16.10.77, 4.12.77, 1.1.78 [show of the year]
8.1.78, 15.1.78, 22.1.78, 26.2.78, 19.3.78, 26.3.78 [Toms Last Show]
im stil going through these years so will update the list
yes its the best where the recordings are good enough to listen too, there are many that are not, in mono, or where the tape was turned over mid record or worse on Toms bit between songs, as I said before there can be two versions original and restored so we can have the best of both worlds i will do a short clip of some of the worst quality ones. Most of my cds are the original and great to listen too, some of the traffic reports [bleep bleep, bleep bleep yeah traffic news] have taken some time to clear like 40 years, and some seem still to be valid today. Below the bad quality orig and a quick attempt to restore although i didnt play on the level of Honky Tonk or sync it properly.