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Thread: looking for sound byte from Stevie P show

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    Default looking for sound byte from Stevie P show

    To any of you that listen to him when his show begins at 7 each morning......

    That cheesy 70's jingle sound-byte that plays when he goes to his first commercial break, usually 7:10ish every morning, where can I download that? I suppose I could wait by the radio with my phone, and try to record it as soon as it comes on, but i'd prefer to download it.

    Pax, God Bless,
    Sid


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    Default Re: looking for sound byte from Stevie P show

    Quote Originally Posted by Sid View Post
    _ To any of you that listen to him when his show begins at 7 each morning......

    That cheesy 70's jingle sound-byte that plays when he goes to his first commercial break, usually 7:10ish every morning, where can I download that? I suppose I could wait by the radio with my phone, and try to record it as soon as it comes on, but i'd prefer to download it.

    Pax, God Bless,
    Sid _
    it's a sesame street thing---run a youtube search for sesame street tunes, and you'll probably find it.

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    Default Re: looking for sound byte from Stevie P show

    couldn't find it. & Stevie P must not check his facebook messages very often.


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    Default Re: looking for sound byte from Stevie P show

    Here's a link to YouTube for the original:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx5v1z6L6Fw


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    Default Re: looking for sound byte from Stevie P show

    Quote Originally Posted by awadelewis View Post
    _ Here's a link to YouTube for the original:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx5v1z6L6Fw _
    That's his opening theme song, but I don't believe that's what Sid is looking for. The one he's looking for is just a few seconds long and sounds like it is playing on on old casette player, and is always played going in to the first commercial break.

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