Ed Lacinski was destined for a career in audio. As a child, he read the liner notes of albums to learn the names of the sound engineers. Then he began taping his school musical performances in Patchogue Medford which brought him to the attention of Jack Ellsworth at WALK and WLIM. He worked for years at Harman Kardon and along the way assisted in a session at Abbey Road Studios and changed out a woofer at an Earth, Wind & Fire concert at Jones Beach.

Sounds good to us. All that and more on this deep dive into audio history.

Station Bibliography: WALK (1370 AM,) WALK (97.5 FM), WLIM (1440 AM), WNYG (1580 AM)