From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 30, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices

Jim,  Remember that if you post an entire song you may be violating copyright law.  After getting warned about that [by none other than Adrian Cronauer, Atty at law] I elected not to post entire radio shows. best wishes

Bob

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 14, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

Friends:
Sorry I haven’t been posting more content names today.  I became ill last night, probably from eating my own cooking, and I am still fighting whatever it is that’s trying to do me in.
To show you how much I value everyone on the list, I soaked this message in Pine Sol to prevent the spread of my bugs.
Ken


    From:  Jim White

   Dated:  September 30, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices

Ken,
I just found this in my "future things for the Web site" folder. 90 CDs is a lot of CDs, but if you can get them or copies of them to me (either as CDs or on thumb drive(s), perhaps I can post them on the Web.
Jim

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices   [This block is a algamation of several separate messages from Ken.]

The Orient Express on Disc 2 is not edited. It's a full program segment.

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The Disc 2 Orient Express is from 1970.
Disc 3 features a female voice, Barbara (Levendof?).  Edited down, no program name yet.  03:00 news program, Air Force Sgt. Gary (Saltsgiver?)  AFVN Sports with Army Specialist Bob Mays.  Orient Express, Friday, 27 Nov, 1970.
More news as it happens.

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Still Disc 3, Texas A&M vs University of Texas football.  Roger Carroll program intro. Charlie Williams Country Corner intro.  Stock report from DJI.  Army Specialist Mike (Alanz?) news wrapup.  Dawn Buster with Army Specialist Les Howard (Jacoby?).
News wrap by Army Specialist David Bruce Muncie.  Army Sgt Robert Cook program intro.
News by Australian Sgt. Mike Frasier.  Sports from Air Force Sgt. Art (Gwinette?).
Army Specialist Dawn Bolinghouse.  Still on 27 November.
Army Specialist Doug Jennings Million Dollar Music.
Army Specialist Bob (Foster?), C&W local show, Town and Country.
Army Specialist Bob (Presser?), Hayloft.
Chicken Man episode.
Army Specialist Jim Huntley.
Chris Noel.
This disc is apparently a full day of day after Thanksgiving programming from 1970.
Final part is an evening aircheck.  Gary W. Gears, Ray Williams, both would be ’68.

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Bruce Dehn, AFVN News, still on Disc 3.
One of us being interviewed on a Texas station, post Robin Williams movie.  Paul Bottoms!
Army Specialist Larry Greene.
And so Disc 3 ends.  Not enough time right now for me to go through Disc 4.  Look for more posts after 18:30 CDT.
Ken

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

CD 4 ? News, Airman Gary (Saltzer?)  [NB: Saltsgiver]
Pleiku, full segment, night program, refers to Cream “from 1968.”  Asks for volunteers to be engineers.  Has fun with Magic Carpet Ride.


    From:  Rick Fredericksen

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

Sorry, I must have missed an original posting on this overall collection.  Could you describe what you have and how you got it? Where did it come from?  Who made the recordings?  How did they get into a CD format?  This sounds like a potentially important archives.

Fredericksen

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

Yes, Rick, there are newscasts, both complete and partials.  Not all readers are identified.
Ken

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

CD 6 begins with Dawnbuster, Army Specialist John Allgood.  Sounds like an air check reel.
Newscast, Army Specialist Bob Morecook reporting.
CD 7 opens with a canned promo.  Army Specialist Larry Green,  All Time Top 300 afternoon show.  Full program.
Humorous shorts.
July 4th, 1970.
Bed time for this Bozo.  More tomorrow.KenS

AFVN Group Conversations

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 14, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  PLAY LIST

Welcome back, Bob.  We are discussing a set of CDs I received from Paul Kasper.  90 of them.  I have been ill today and haven't been able to pull any more names from the discs.  I will try to get back to them tomorrow, once this nasty headache goes away. Ken

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 30, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices

I can't get to it for another week, jim, but I will get it to ou as soon as possible.

Ken


    From:  Frank Rogers

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

[Quoted frm above message from Ken Kalish: "News by Australian Sgt. Mike Frasier."]

[Added by Frank: "Sports from Air Force Sgt. Art (Gwinette?) Burnet. (sp.)   Worked with him in Saigon Nov 70 ~?

[NB: There is no "Gwinette" on the AFVN Roster but there is an Art Burnett, SSgt, USAF,  News, Saigon  1969-7).  Webmaster.]


    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

Look at my post of 2:46 this afternoon, Rick.  I won’t get through them in a week.  90 CDs, everything from programs to out-takes to bloopers to air checks to the sound of attacks that got out over the air and how we covered them as just a part of the show.
Ken

    From:  Bob Nelson

   Dated:  September 14, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  PLAY LIST

OK folks... Just got out of ICU and have no idea what this is all about.  Who's the contributor/benefactor?
Bob Nelsontm


    From:  Rick Fredericksen

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

Any newscasts on these Ken?  I'd love to hear my teenage voice.

Rick (Saigon and Hon Tre-Mar. 69 to Mar. 70)


    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices

Friends, I am listening to a set of CDs sent to me by Paul.
There are 90 of them.  Disc 1 had the voices of Army Specialist David Heller and Army Specialist Pat Sajak.
Disc 2 is ten minutes in, and it has Paul Bottoms from the afternoon Panorama telescoped.  That makes these two from 1968.  Army Specialist Jim Amlois (?) with a 01:00 Soul Shake kickoff for the Orient Express, also on Disc 2.   OK folks, what’s his correct last name?
I’ll be posting these notes for the next three hours as they play through.  Get your reservations in, because these will be at the reunion and up for grabs!
Ken

    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

CD 5 begins with a station ID of AFRS, then segues to an AFVN ID.  Dawnbuster with the Sajak long good morning, and with what sounds like Jay.  Then segues to Dawnbuster with Les Howard Jacobi.  Followed by fake interview, profanity, “What the Captain means is …”
More humor, a fake top ten countdown.
Bloopers.
The May ’68 bombing newscast.
Dawnbuster opening with Jim Burnside’s rocket interruption.
TV sign off.
More bloopers, profanity.
Chris Noel blooper reading voting spot.
Remainder is the “End of an Era” series.


    From:  Ken Kalish

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

CD 6 begins with Dawnbuster, Army Specialist John Allgood.  Sounds like an air check reel.
Newscast, Army Specialist Bob Morecook reporting.
CD 7 opens with a canned promo.  Army Specialist Larry Green,  All Time Top 300 afternoon show.  Full program.
Humorous shorts.
July 4th, 1970.
Bed time for this Bozo.  More tomorrow.KenS

Our Voices

September 2012

    From:  Ron Hesketh

   Dated:  September 13, 2012

Subject:  Our Voices  

Have you found anything from '64 - '65?
I know I was in an audio file that was saved a number of years ago with the news ID.  I am still looking for any recording of "Diamonds in the Mist" which I did on Sunday evenings from 6 to 10 back then.
Ron Hesketh