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The Cure in Orange is a concert film by British rock group The Cure. It was filmed at the Théâtre antique d'Orange in the French countryside (Orange, Vaucluse), on 8, 9, and 10 August 1986. Band members Robert Smith (Vocals & guitar), Simon Gallup (Bass guitar), Porl Thompson (Keyboards, guitar and saxophone), Boris Williams (Drums), and Lol Tolhurst (Keyboards) make their way through 23 songs, under the direction of Tim Pope. Technical:  Sourced from NTSC laserdisc, with the two disc...
Topics: Cure, France, Orange, concert, laserdisc
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Jun 15, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 11, 1995, starting at 4:00 pm.  Unedited 3 hours and 3 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet on a typical Sunday evening.  The recording ends at the beginning of Coyote J. Calhoun's show "The Edge, The Classics."  Buh. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 15, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 10, 1995, starting at 6:00 pm.  Unedited 3 hours and 3 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet's regular Saturday shift before Louie Linguini's dance show at 9pm.  The last 6 minutes of this audio file is the end of Louie's show where Louie (and usually also Lee) sings along to Tom Jones' version of Prince's "Kiss."  Lee set the recording to start again just before said singing, and was joined by his college radio show...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 15, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Monday, March 27, 1995, starting at 6:45 am.  Unedited 2 hours and 54 minutes of Morning Mojo with Dave Bishop, the station's weekday morning show at the time.  Part time DJ Lee Overstreet joins them for additional comedy bits. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS, morning show
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Jun 14, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on March 11, 1995, starting at 6:00 pm.  Unedited 3 hours and 4 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet on a typical early spring Saturday evening.  The recording ends at the beginning of Louie Linguini's dance show at the Bama Beach Club. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 13, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Saturday, February 25, 1995, starting at 6:00 pm.  Unedited 3 hours and 5 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet suffering from a cold and scratchy throat. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern Mississippi to Columbus. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 13, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Saturday evening, January 21, 1995, starting at 6:00 pm.  Unedited 3 hours and 4 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet doing a regular part-time weekend shift. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern Mississippi to Columbus. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 13, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Halloween night, October 31, 1994, starting at 8:00 pm.  Unedited 3 hours and 32 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet entertaining the evening's trick-or-treaters. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern Mississippi to Columbus. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS, Halloween
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Jun 12, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on October 29, 1994, starting at 10:00 am.  Unedited 2 hours and 56 minutes of DJ Lee Overstreet's first shift. Lee is me.  This was my first commercial FM radio appearance, so I was super nervous, especially since I had only had about 20 hours of DJ time on the University of Alabama's college station, WVUA.  My only other experience was several years prior as a teenager when I was on a little AM station (WNPT) for several...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 10, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WTID-FM (Star 101.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in late August, 1995, starting at 4:35 pm.  Unedited 1 hour and 25 minutes of a rare appearance of DJ Jacob Pigott on this station, as he usually worked at the same company's other stations. WTID was a 10kW station with a pop / adult contemporary music format, broadcasting from a tower in Reform, Alabama, and generally serving the Tuscaloosa metro area, but also west Alabama and eastern Mississippi to Columbus. Recorded onto a RCA...
Topics: radio, WTID, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pop, CHR, VHS
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Jun 8, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 23, 1996, starting at 12:00 pm.  Unedited 5 hours of DJ Lee Overstreet's last shift on this 100kW station.  Lee deviates from playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC to include some local music and his own favorites, and promotes his college radio show (Lee & Wolfe) on the local college station, WVUA, as well as plays a song for his then girlfriend.  A few days later the station began...
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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Jun 8, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 22, 1996, starting at 6:11 pm.  Unedited 1 hour and 37 minutes of DJ Dave Cain on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
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Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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Jun 7, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 22, 1996, starting at 11:35 am.  Unedited 6 hours and 36 minutes on a Saturday afternoon of DJ Lee Overstreet, on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC.  First half hour is the end of DJ Shanon Vaughn's shift. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 31, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 22, 1996, starting at 6:00 am.  Unedited 5 hours and 30 minutes of DJ Shanon Vaughn on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of alternative rock / classic rock / Hot AC. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 31, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on June 20, 1996, starting at 6:00 pm.  Unedited 6 hours of DJ Lee Overstreet on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of alternative rock / classic rock / Hot AC. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 31, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on May 27, 1996, starting at 3:00 pm.  Unedited 4 hours of DJ Lee Overstreet filling in on Memorial Day on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC.    Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 30, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on March 16, 1996, starting at 7:00 pm.  Unedited 4 hours includes 3 hours of DJ Lee Overstreet's first shift, preceded by an hour of DJ Pete Richards, on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC.  Lee's first shift includes a remote broadcast with Pete and Scott from the restaurant O'Charley's on McFarland Boulevard in Tuscaloosa .   Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks...
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 29, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on November 27, 1995, starting at 10:02 pm.  Unedited 1 hour and 15 minutes of DJ Shanon Vaughn filling in for Brian Hart on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC.  She mentions a NCAA decision regarding the University of Alabama's football program, and from that the date was determined.  See text file. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo...
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 22, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on November 5, 1995, starting at 8:39 am.  An unedited 3 hours of DJ Shanon Vaughn's first shift on this 100kW station, playing the regular playlist of rock / classic rock / Hot AC. Recorded onto a RCA VR671HF VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS
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May 21, 2020 Lee Overstreet
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Broadcast audio of WFFX-FM (Fox 95.7) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on November 24, 1995, starting at 8:39 am.  An unedited hour and 20 minutes of DJ Doug McCain playing the regular playlist on this rock / classic rock / Hot AC 100kW station. Recorded onto a RCA VHS VCR's hi-fi audio tracks via a Panasonic rack stereo system's line outputs, direct from the FM broadcast.  Digitized in 2012 to a wav file.
Topics: radio, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, rock, VHS, WFFX, FM, broadcast, Tuscaloosa,...