[AMRadio] Re: Vintage recordings and preservation


A.R.S. - W5AMI ars.w5ami at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 02:53:24 EDT 2006


I'll bet Otis may actually have some of those guys.  Maybe even you
Don.  I heard tell he had quite an extensive collection, I just don't
know if he's kept them after all these years.  We'll soon find out
when John/BXO goes over there.


On 9/19/06, Donald Chester <k4kyv at hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> >A friend of mine had some tapes of WA5FHP in DeQuincy, LA who was on 3950
> >kHz AM as late as the early 1980's. I wish a thousand times I had made
> >tapes
> >of the AM diehards here in the southeast, like K4AGY,W4AGX,WA4PQH,W4ZWE and
> >others such as Don K4KYV in the late 1960's and early 1970's when I was
> >getting into ham radio. Otis and Ozona Bob were regulars then, too.
> >                                    Joe W4AAB
>
>
> Or "Con and Walt" recordings of the 1964-65 era.  I recall in the old Ham
> Trader Yellow Sheets someone, in Nashville I believe, used to regularly
> advertise want-ads for anyone who had any of those.
>
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