Hong Kong

Quote 864 – Hong Kong – 1/10/97

Most of the material on FMairchecks.com, to the surprise of no one we hope, was recorded from the FM band. The majority of the content here  also pertains to U.S. radio stations. Today’s posting is the exception on both accounts. This is a sample of Hong Kong’s “Quote 864”, recorded two decades ago. There is minimal non-music material – what made this station stand out (at least in comparison to what’s found in the U.S.) was its relatively diverse music mix. The majority of this aircheck was recorded during a mixshow named, simply enough, “Mix Party”.

Quote 864 – Hong Kong – 12/15/97

Most of the material on FMairchecks.com, to the surprise of no one we hope, was recorded from the FM band. The majority of the content here  also pertains to U.S. radio stations. Today’s posting is the exception on both accounts. This is a sample of Hong Kong’s “Quote 864”, recorded 18 years ago this month. There is minimal non-music material – what made this station stand out (at least in comparison to what’s found in the U.S.) was its relatively diverse music mix. The majority of this aircheck was recorded during a mixshow named, simply enough, “Mix Party”. Also left intact are a pair of Public Service Announcements that aired during brief breaks.

104 FM Select – Hong Kong – 1/10/98

Most of the material posted on FMairchecks.com is of U.S. origin, but from time to time we will feature airchecks from abroad. Recorded nearly 17 years ago, this is a sample of  bilingual “104 FM Select” from Hong Kong during primarily Saturday night mixshow programming (titled “Ultra Mix Live”). As the logo above implies, the station was heard on a variety of frequencies ranging from 102.4 to 106.3 FM. The labeling of the cassette housing this aircheck indicates that it was recorded from 104.0 FM. Amusingly, as heard toward the beginning of this montage, the station seemed to favor playing obscure remakes of songs whose original versions where on the pop charts in the U.S. at the time.

Quote 864 – Hong Kong – 1997-98

Most of the material on FMairchecks.com, to the surprise of no one we hope, was recorded from the FM band. The majority of the content here  also pertains to U.S. radio stations. Today’s posting is the exception on both accounts. This is a sample of Hong Kong’s “Quote 864″, recorded in the mid-to-late 1990’s. There is minimal non-music material – what made this station stand out (at least in comparison to what’s found in the U.S.) was its relatively diverse music mix. At least a portion of this aircheck was recorded during a mixshow named, simply enough, “Mix Party”. Also left intact are some Public Service Announcements that aired during brief breaks. NOTE: Heard at the start of this aircheck is the voice of the late Doug Fleming – the supplier of this aircheck (and most others on F...

Quote 864 – Hong Kong – 1997-1998

Most of the material on FMairchecks.com, to the surprise of no one we hope, was recorded from the FM band. The majority of the content here  also pertains to U.S. radio stations. Today’s posting is the exception on both accounts. This is a sample of Hong Kong’s “Quote 864″, recorded in the mid-to-late 1990’s. There is minimal non-music material – what made this station stand out (at least in comparison to what’s found in the U.S.) was its relatively diverse music mix. At least a portion of this aircheck was recorded during a mixshow named, simply enough, “Mix Party”. Also left intact are some Public Service Announcements that aired during brief breaks.

104 FM Select – Hong Kong – 12/14/97 – Jeff Wong

Most of the material posted on FMairchecks.com is of U.S. origin, but from time to time we will feature airchecks from abroad. Recorded 16 years ago this month, this is a late night sample of  bilingual “104 FM Select” from Hong Kong. As the logo above implies, the station was heard on a variety of frequencies ranging from 102.4 to 106.3 FM. The labeling of the cassette housing this aircheck indicates that it was recorded from 104.0 FM. A couple of noteworthy observations: This montage includes snippets of what appears to be a concert version of Mark Morrison’s “Return of the Mack” that I’ve personally never heard before. Amusingly, it appears that at least one song (Bobby Brown’s “Don’t Be Cruel”) was paused in the midst of airpl...

Quote 864 – Hong Kong – 11/7/97

Most of the material on FMairchecks.com, to the surprise of no one we hope, was recorded from the FM band. The majority of the content here also pertains to U.S. radio stations. Today’s posting is the exception on both accounts. This is a sample of Hong Kong’s “Quote 864″, recorded 16 years ago this month. A portion of this aircheck was recorded during a mixshow named, simply enough, “Mix Party”. Also left intact is a news report which aired immediately after “Mix Party” along with Public Service Announcements.

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