Jahsome Music Midnight Dread #72 May 24-25th, 1981 KTIM San Rafael, CA Bob Marley Memoriam continues | MIDNIGHT RAVER
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Jahsome Music Midnight Dread #72 May 24-25th, 1981 KTIM San Rafael, CA Bob Marley Memoriam continues

The week of Bob Marley’s funeral in Jamaica MD’s radio tribute continues with Wake Up & Live Part Two, Carl Gayle’s The Talking Dummy, Every Time A Ear De Soun debut, + praises to Jah, as Bob lives in grooves. Listen to him vamp as Part Two fades “steady as a baby goes”:

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Listening outside US:

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This special features the premiere of premium Jamaican Dub Poet Mutabaruka, his first recording of ‘ear ‘de soun’ already a smash hit in Jamaica. One door close another one open. The Reggae King is gone yet word sound power live on with the unabashed story of being called the name which is not yours:

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Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh join forces with Johnny Osbourne’s fiery “Politician”, The Twinkle Brothers hard core “Constipated People”, Welton Irie’s insistent “Hotter Reggae Music” (toasting over the mighty “Baltimore” Sly & Robbie riddim originally written by Randy Newman), Martha Velez’ “Bend Down Low” (produced by Robert Marley-see back cover below), Rita Marley’s “A Jah Jah” (co-written with Bob), Ricky Grant’s “I Love Jah’, Augustus Pablo’s “Pablo Love Jah”, and Ras Kidus’ “King Of Glory” (on pre-release) plus plenty Wailing Wailers crying out in this 80 minute first section of another historic program available now for the first time since its original broadcast May 24th-25th 1981. Caps on. Bass up!

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Last week’s Midnight Dread vintage program features the complete Bob Marley Memoriam “From Simmer Down To Coming In From The Cold” as broadcast live the week after he flew away home to Zion. Dreadcasting over the air since 1979 & online since 1996 dreader 21st Century Midnight Dread programs air daily at 12am including replays often heard in his Best of All Worlds high noon slot and where one can also become conscious at 6am with the indigenous sounds of Native Son Rising, all curated by Doug everyday, all times Pacific. Many more Midnight Dread sights & sounds here and on this blog’s Midnight Dread page.

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