WWCS broadcast from October 17, 1992

wwcs-outer-JPEG (110K) Glossy photo insert (outer) of "Mad Mike" Metrovich as he cues up another moldie oldie for airplay on WWCS AM540 radio.  Mad Mike described the evening's broadcast as "Pittsburgh Music History"; thanks to all his listeners we couldn't agree more!
wwcs-cd-JPEG (125K) Promo-only CD-R contains four tracks and runs 79:53.  Five copies for in-house use and thirty-seven consecutively-numbered copies (one for each year Mad Mike was in radio broadcasting) were produced from JAN CEE MUSIC's aircheck tapes of the evening (almost 3 hours!) to coincide with the release of three new albums of Mad Mike Monsters.  Although not officially distributed at the Norton Records release party in Pittsburgh (plan A), the Attic Records store is helping to distribute two dozen remaining copies to the many guest DJs who spun those fantastic sounds all evening at Pietro's Pizza Pub.

wwcs-inner-JPEG (121K) Matte folded insert (inner shown).  The cover photo was repeated on the outer side of the folded heavyweight insert to allow removal of the glossy photo for framing.  Wherever you are, my friend- Sorry it took me so long to make a "record" of the show!

Although JAN CEE MUSIC is co-author of portions of the broadcast (by virtue of a "work-for-hire" arrangement with Ronnie Haig) we chose to issue the commemorative CD-R as a free home recording of a public domain radio broadcast.  JAN CEE MUSIC encourages owners of one of the original CD-R's to freely distribute its content to other collectors.  However, JAN CEE MUSIC Publishing (BMI) does claim copyright protection for the original photos and graphics, CD-R label design, and the edited presentation of the full broadcast tapes.  The audio contents of the Mad Mike Commemorative CD-R are not intended for re-broadcast or any other commercial use whatsoever.

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The above link offers a three and one-half minute sample of a second on-air interview Mad Mike held with Ronnie Haig during the Saturday evening broadcast.  We originally expected he'd allow us our "15-minutes" and then show us the exit of the studio- Wow, were we wrong!   Listeners to the full CD-R can also enjoy almost an hour of great Mad Mike Moldies plus WWCS studio chatter, airchecks, and all the "warts" associated with an authentic Mad Mike radio broadcast.  Always the engineer, Mad Mike steadily improved the broadcast quality (and volume) of the October 17, 1992 show during its first hour with some deft re-configuration between the extra microphones and studio mixer- All the while spinning those precious two minutes of madness!

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