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May 6, 13 CIHI Fredericton 1978-12-22 / CIHI ( Fredericton, New Brunswick ) Derek Nichols
 
Ronney Abramson - a Canadian artist

Trouble
True North TN-143

Sorry, I could not despite finding the label and the catalog number find anywhere
what the flip side was.

Hopefully it looks like there won't be too many of these regional small city hits
to add :)
May 5, 13 CIHI Fredericton RE: 1978-11-03 / CIHI ( Fredericton, New Brunswick ) Gary Pfeifer
 
 
  Thanks and welcome aboard as a new survey contributor, Derek!
May 4, 13 CIHI Fredericton 1978-11-03 / CIHI ( Fredericton, New Brunswick ) Derek Nichols
 
The single by Midnight called A Little Lovin' is on the label:
Unison. UN3903

The flip side if needed was:
Don't Leave Me Alone

May 2, 13 WHB Kansas City RE: 1968-07-07 / WHB ( Kansas City, Missouri ) Gary Pfeifer
 
 I am not able to delete the incorrect 7/7/68 WHB survey.  I'll email Tim as he's
the only one who can delete it at this time.
May 2, 13 WHB Kansas City 1968-07-07 / WHB ( Kansas City, Missouri ) CARY LINIGER
 
It seems that I have posted the 1968-06-07 WHB survey twice, once for the correct
date and again as the 1968-07-07 survey. The 7-7-68 WHB survey needs to be deleted.
May 2, 13 GIF IMAGES CONVERSION Ben E. McCoy
 
Hey there, lee.

thanks for the reply-to-me-reply.

you search for a program that converts GIF
images to a more workable format like JPEG/JPG
sounds like you want one that handles such
conversions IN BULK FORM, yes?

all the freebie software off the Net usually
handles such conversions piecemeal -- one at a time.

i will keep an eye open for any program i may come
across which may suit both our mutual purposes,
of course, one that is freeware. 10-4?


best of the day,

ben.
May 2, 13 RE: GIF IMAGES - KFWB Lee Tucker
 
Hi Ben

Yeah, unfortunately it appears that any GIF images that I upload to the ARSA
Database will have to be converted to JPEG/JEG images if that is your desired
image.  FYI, I will be uploading most of the 1960, 1961, and a few 1962 KFWB GIF
images to the ARSA database in the upcoming months.  A long, long time ago. I
looked into buying a program that would convert non-JPEG images to JPEG but gave it
up when I couldn't find one that cost less than triple digits.  Best of luck.

Cheers

Lee
May 1, 13 GIF IMAGES - KFWB Ben E. McCoy
 
Back to you, Lee, and a Big Howdy:

all right then, your explanation on the mystery 
of the GIF posts settles the matter, thank you.
so it remains that any photoshopping those surveys
at my end always entails converting them first
back to JPEG/JEG format.
but what the hey, things "are what they are", yes?

best regards,

ben.
May 1, 13 WFEA Manchester RE: 1965-05-16 / WFEA ( Manchester, New Hampshire ) Gary Pfeifer
 
  Kenn,

  This single has been added and it now directs to the correct song.  Thanks!
May 1, 13 RE: GIF POSTINGS BY LEE TUCKER Lee Tucker
 
Hi Ben

I'm assuming you're talking about the 1959 and now 1960 KFWB surveys I'm
contributing/will contribute.  I downloaded these some time ago courtesy of their
kfwb98.blogspot and they are what they are on their blogspot - GIF images.  Any GIF
images I upload to the ARSA database are courtesy of GIF images I acquire from
fellow survey enthusiasts or that I download, as my scanner produces JPEG images.  
   
May 1, 13 WFEA Manchester 1965-05-16 / WFEA ( Manchester, New Hampshire ) K.A. Scott
 
Hi Gary...

  For this survey, the entry at #26 ("Funny Feeling" by the trio known as "Tom,
Paul, Jones") currently redirects to Tom Jones' hit "Funny, Familiar Forgotten
Feelings".  Once the correct single is entered into the database, this anomaly
should disappear.  My research shows the Tom, Paul, Jones single came out on
Adventure 285, b/w "Dance Little Girl".

  Cheers,

  - Kenn.

  
Apr 29, 13 GIF POSTINGS BY LEE TUCKER Ben E. McCoy
 
Hi Lee,

just want to ask why more and more of your posted survey images are in the GIF
format???!!!
(instead of JPG or JPEG)

whenever i download your GIF images, i have to transmogerate them into a remedial
format which allows me to photoshop them for enchancement purposes before i print
them out.
a bit more effort on my part, to be sure, so that's the reason for my inquiry.

sincerely,

ben mccoy.
Apr 22, 13 CHUM charts of the 1960s K.A. Scott
 
Just a quick note to thank Craig Puccio for all his work on preparing a recent batch
of CHUM charts for entry into ARSA.  As of today, ARSA has *every* CHUM chart issued
during the 1960s entered into the database.  The 1980s and 1950s were completed some
time ago -- now it's on to the 1970s!

Cheers,

- Kenn.
Apr 13, 13 RE: SINGLES TO BE ADDED TO DATA BASE Gary Pfeifer
 
 These songs have been added. Thx.
Apr 12, 13 SINGLES TO BE ADDED TO DATA BASE CARY LINIGER
 
Disappear- The Mob  Mercury 72791 
Song #3 on KGRC survey 3-7-69

Saved-Chicago Loop  Mercury 72755
Song # 19 on WGEM survey 12-29-67
Apr 9, 13 Music Surveys Joe Martin
 
Gary: I sent the first of several. If the email does not show in you in box, please
check you bulk folder. I'll wait to hear back from you.

Thanks, Joe
Apr 8, 13 RE: Music Surveys Gary Pfeifer
 
  Joe - You can send to draco861@yahoo.com
 
   Thx again!
Apr 8, 13 Music Surveys Joe Martin
 
Gary, I would like to email my surveys to you for posting. Where do I find your
email address? Thanks.
Apr 7, 13 RE: I want to contribute surveys Gary Pfeifer
 
 Joe,

   Thanks for your generousity and willingness to share some of your surveys!  If
you want to enter the surveys yourself, you'll need to email the aite
administrator, Tim Warden.  He's the only one who can set you up for that.

  If you're not looking to type up and enter the surveys yourself, you can send
them to me and I'll get them into the queue for my entering into ARSA.

   Thanks!

    Gary
Apr 7, 13 I want to contribute surveys Joe Martin
 
Hi Gary:

I've messaged you a couple of times. I'd like to contribute several surveys from a
market that is not represented (Wichita Falls, TX). How do I go about doing that?

Thanks,

Joe Martin