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Pictures of Japan, beautiful scenery and josans.
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Imagine yourself as a young Japanese growing-up to such foreign voices, distant diathermy, morse code, radio telefax machines, and static & Gary Owens of KMPC Los Angeles on the flagship Armed Forces Radio Tokyo FEN in 1960's-70's .On FEN airchecks you will hear AM & SHORTWAVE ID's. Like "3.15 Megacycles, Far East Network, Tokyo." The voice was a killer. In the studio these played simultaneously from a pillar of cartridge machines, one for each FEN frequency.
Pictures of us in Japan below.
What are your experiences in radio or Japan?
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I enjoyed the Rosenkeller on the Ginza; meeting with new American and Japanese friends; travelling.
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Los Angeles KMPC DJ Gary Owens on FEN Tokyo.
MP3's in black are being edited.and are pending.
GaryOwens.."Wise Owl" Story Lady "Glass Mt." In NEW 1969 Fen 2 abc below.
Gary Owens-Mort Garson B1 Some are above
Gary Owens- Don't Sleep B2
Gary Owens -Barefoot in Baltimore
Gary Owens -Easy Listening B4
Monty Jones, Jim Harmon & another newsman.
Fen Night Beat JeffWinter 1 37 minutes
Fen.NightBeat.JeffWinter 2 23 minutes
STATIONS CHUCK WEBER HAS PROGRAMMED ON WWW.PANDORA.NET. The playlist order is computer generated, so it's "hit and miss" "Nine anything in a row". I programmed the Song Titles and Artists, but the computer may, or may not know how to shuffle them. You may vote on "Thumbs Up or Down" and Pandora will bypass songs, up to 7 per hour that you vote down. This is Free to you.
Tommy Edwards Radio- Music of the 1950's:
Jessie Belvin Radio - Old School:
Big Band Swing; MOR favorites:
Try ANGEL RADIO, a community station with multi channels: Light, Nice N Easy, Dance and more:
1968 Pictures of Lake Ashinoko, Hakone National Park, Japan.
Top: Chuck Weber - Middle Right is Terry Bruno;
Bottom Left is Steve/Chuck Weber at Kagetsuen, Kagetsu Inn, Hakone Natl. Park. Right is Mt. Fuji