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Author Topic: Yeah Man Radio 6925.4 AM 2005 UTC 22 April 2018  (Read 409 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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Yeah Man Radio 6925.4 AM 2005 UTC 22 April 2018
« on: April 22, 2018, 2006 UTC »
2005 Carrier, tones, "Mike test", ID, said testing new pre-amp. Sounds good here. SIO 444.
2007 Steely Dan "Black Cow". Still sounds good with the music.
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Re: Yeah Man Radio 6925.4 AM 2005 UTC 22 April 2018
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2018, 2009 UTC »
Yeah Man Radio 6925.4 AM S2 in NY

2008: Steely Dan "Black Crow"
2012: Yeah Man talking but hard to make out what he is saying
2014: Steely Dan "Aja"
2021: Yeah Man talking, trying to figure it out. Playing with volume controls.
2022: Steely Dan "Deacon Blues"
2028: Yeah Man talking, Live on Sunday, improvising.
2030: Steely Dan "Peg"
2039: Yeah Man changing things, putting a little more treble. One more track from Aja and were getting out of here (sounding better now Yeah Man)
2040: Steely Dan "I Got The News"
2045: Yeah Man was going to sign off, but gotta play 1 more track  Goodbye !
2046: Steely Dan "Josie"
2050: Off the air
« Last Edit: April 22, 2018, 2050 UTC by PirateSWL »
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