This week’s podcast is a return after a three-year hiatus. We’ll discuss the change in our philosophy, plan and schedule. We’re going to introduce our new podcast, and get ready for the second half kick-off.
This podcast was recorded using a Blue Snowball microphone onto an ASUS laptop, using Audacity recording software. It was then edited in Adobe Audition Creative Cloud on a Dell Inspiron 3847 computer.
The bumper music (Loop 90) and the segue music (Morning Show Segue) are courtesy of Royalty Free Music.com, which offers a comprehensive music library of production music for your various royalty free music needs including full albums, tracks and free music clips, loops, and beats available for download.
“Radio Tune Sound” from SoundBible.com
- “Back in the Saddle,” written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, and performed by Aerosmith, from the album Rocks, released in 1976 by Columbia Records.
- “The Boys are Back in Town,” written by Phil Lynott, and performed by Thin Lizzy, from the album Jailbreak, released in 1976 by Mercury Records.
- “Big Chief,” written by Earl King, and performed by Professor Longhair, from the album New Orleans Funk 3, released in 2013 by Soul Jazz Records.
- “Bright Lights,” written and performed by Gary Clark Jr., from the album Blak and Blu, released in 2012 by Warner Brothers Records.
- “Back in the Saddle Again,” written by Gene Autry and Ray Whitley, and performed by Gene Autry, released in 1939.
- “10 A.M. Automatic,” written and performed by The Black Keys, from the album Rubber Factory, released in 2004 by Epitaph Records.
- “Heavy Chevy,” written and performed by Alabama Shakes, from the album Boys & Girls, released in 2012 by Columbia Records.
- “Jungle Love,” written by Prince, Morris Day, and Jesse Johnson, and performed by The Time, from the album Ice Cream Castle, released in 1984 by Warner Brothers Records.
- “The Boxer,” written and performed by The Gaslight Anthem, from the album American Slang, released in 2010 by SideOneDummy Records.
- “Back in Black,” written Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Brian Johnson, and performed by AC/DC, from the album Back in Black, released in 1980 by Atlantic Records.
- “Frankie Fell in Love,” written and performed by Bruce Springsteen, from the album High Hopes, released in 2014 by Columbia Records.