Sorry for the type errors....didn't check when posted!
But now at 6:50PM Nov. 20/16 Toronto time: "In the heart of the night" by Poco
Treasure Island Oldies is free to anyone, its 4 hours long and hosted by the former VP of A&M records. http://Treasureislandoldies.com
Currently on Sunny 1670 11/21/16 8:46AM CST: Robert Palmer - Simply Irresistable
9:58 PDT (Pacific Daylight Time). Artisan Radio FM (99.7)
Little Flaytus & the Dream-Airs - Buy A Van
Interesting late doo-wop from the early 80s.
11:36 PDT- Artisan Radio FM (99.7)
Buddy Clinton & the Belmonts - How My Prayers Have Changed
I think (but I'm not sure) that these are the same Belmonts that performed with Dion.
Some more info on my previous post. Apparently this recording was the A side of a single on Bob Shad's Time record label (#1016 to be precise), released in 1959.
Dion joined his Belmonts in 1957 (they had been around for a little while and already had released 2 singles that didn't chart), and left the group in 1960 for a solo career. Dion & the Belmonts recorded on the Laurie label, and their biggest hit was in 1959 - A Teenager in Love.
So whether these were the same Belmonts is still up in the air. How My Prayers Have Changed is very reminiscent of A Teenager in Love, and both groups recorded out of New York City (I found How My Prayers Have changed on an ACE compilation of obscure Bob Shad recordings from his Time, Shad and Brent record labels).
Tony Joe White "Polk Salad Annie"
Right now 4:50PM Nov 23/16
"Sister Ann" by MC5
Fibber McGee & Molly. Audio quality is superb!
It's after 2pm and I am still running Old Time Radio on the SpitFire. A single CD with mp3s has about 80 cuts of half hour shows. This is #1 of 3 Sampler CDs from The Radio Lady.
The building tenants LOVE it! I'm-a just gonna let it play...
11/24 @ 2:42PM Foghat - No Hard Feelings. Prior to that I played John Hiatt - Its Alright With Me.
Progressive Rock (Album Rock, Deep Tracks), Classic Rock
More Power for Hobby Broadcasters
I played "Pirate Radio" and "Thank You Girl" yesterday!
Ronnie Milsap.. It was almost like a song Its classic country and honky tonk night here at my Part 15...
Working on getting our small town of <4000 local programming.
Glad to hear you have listeners and the Spitfire is working out so well!
Oh ya, right now at 1:05 AM Nov. 26/16: "Lady Rose" by Mungo Jerry
Yeah, my range is very limited for now. Been on since 5 am. I shut it off at 10. I need a break! LOL!
At the moment, rock/pop music...."Don't Lose My Number" by Phil Collins. :)
1650 AM, "Radio Free Connecticut"
Rarely any coverage at night. No one else is on 1500 any where near Northern New England. But I can't cut through the night haze. I'm off at sundown. On at, or pre-sunrise. Our 1000 watt full timer Non-DA gets cut WAY back at night under a flood of noise and hash! Even at a 1000 watts! GAHHH!
FM does not have that problem. I was 24/7 on FM.
Flash's Theme - Queen (full length version)
Part 15 Engineer
Hindsight is 2020
I'm not a democrat or a republican, i'm a common sense moderate progressive
please don't forget to register and vote
Another Album Rock fave P15E good stuff not heard anymore on cash cow Radio.
What is P15E?
Barry of 1200 AM BBR - http://www.geocities.ws/bbrcomms/ - WQYY 664
Part 15 engineer for short.
Now, Dec. 17/16 at 6:15PM....
" Oh My Head" by Richie Valens
Jean Shepherds original "A Christmas Story" Radio Broadcast from WOR 710 AM sometime in the 60's/70's
10,000 Maniacs In My Tribe CD. On The New KLW-FM, 99.5!
Signed on at 5 am! Played Smooth Jazz until 6. 80's New Wave/Alternative Rock until 8:30 then 2 whole albums = DiVinyls "Tempermental" CD and Todd Snider "Step Right Up" took us up to sign off at 10.
Sounds fun Duggar.
6:20PM Dec 30/16 "Cool Shake" great uptempo do-wop by the Dell Vikings.
Oh, this song's just ending....now at 6:21PM "Sunday Girl" by Blondie.
Johnny "Guitar" Watson 7:13pm Mountain 1/11/17
James Brown Papa Don't No Mess Pt.1 7:33pm
10:07 PM Central Time on Sunny 1670 its "Adam & The Ants - Stand And Deliver"
At the same time on my full power its the Texas Red Dirt Roads program featuring local "red dirt" country music. For those unfamiliar with red dirt country it sounds a lot like the Outlaw Country of the 70s, which makes sense as both genres originated from Texas. Artists like Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tony Ramey, early Pat Green, The Zac Brown Band, Lonestar, Gene Watson, etc.
At 1:05 AM Jan 13/17....Friday the 13th....
"Goodbye to Jane" by Slade
But, before signing off, KLW-FM played The Motels' Martha Davis "Don't Tell Me The Time", Aztec Camera's "Deep & Wide & Tall" and closed with Zuma II's "John Wayne" (6 minute Ollie North Mix). A bit of Album Rock, I'd say...