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Did you listen to Gunsmoke on Radio?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by amdx, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. Guest

    I am doing no such thing. Art Bell got me through many a late night
    shift, and the Nearly Famous Barry Young through many a bleary
    morning.

    Besides, I thought you had white-listed me...


    Mark L. Fergerson
     
  2. Guest

    My ring tone for my wife is The Wicked Witch's theme from The Wizard
    of Oz. I don't have to explain it. ;-)
     
  3. josephkk

    josephkk Guest

    Poxy hell, Overmodulation DOES NOT extend range nearly as much as it
    annoys listeners, particularly for that genera of music (Way too much
    dynamics in the original, any attentive listener would notice). Poorly
    run is a gross understatement.

    ?-)
     
  4. Guest

    Two broom closet?
     
  5. amdx

    amdx Guest

    I once received a California station on 1660 from Panama City Fl.
    It was soon after the AM band was extended to 1700, and there weren't
    many other stations to interfere.
    Mikek
     
  6. Guest

    WTF? Why did that post twice?

    Oh well. I also wanted to mention that I'm not quite old enough to
    have listened to Steve Allen's start on KFYI (though I certainly
    remember him on the Tonight Show- one of my few clear memories from
    age four) or a radio version of Gunsmoke, which I remember the TV show
    going from B/W to color when I was 14.

    I'm not quite as grown-up as some regulars here; this is only my
    60th winter.


    Mark L. Fergerson
     
  7. josephkk

    josephkk Guest

    I overflowed that jukebox some time ago. Soon i will be able to put it
    all on a 256 GB SSD, plug that into car stereo and it is all music, or
    plug in something else and listen to audiobooks on long drives. And more
    choices are becoming popular and thus easy.

    ?-)
     
  8. Guest

    Hi. I'm trying to relisten to a specific episode, but don't remember the name, in which a guitar player plays "Home on the Range" and Kitty says it's a bit sad-sounding, but she likes it. Can anyone help me? Thanks.
     
  9. amdx

    amdx Guest

    I remember hearing that program, but have no idea about the number of
    the episode. I'll do a little searching later when I have more time.
    Try sending an email to the 3 station that play the old programs.
    Mikek
     
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