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No Mercy MD #86 August 30th-31st, 1981 KTIM with Tosh interview

Peter sings “them shoot you if them don’t like you
 & nothing comes out of it”, new Steffens & Holmes’ Tosh talk, unreleased music from Bob Marley, Joni Haastrup, & Peter. Whole world Africa but it’s divided in continent states.

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Bush Doctor just came to town for 3 of his best live shows ever debuting with new live back-up band featuring Fully & Santa of Soul Syndicate taking the name of Jerry Stein’s film on the group, Word Sound & Power, as Petah’s new riddim section. In this radio program listen up as they do “Oh Bumba Clot” live at The Roxie in L.A. earlier the same month, Tosh’s new popular sing-along encore. After Black Uhuru & Peter praise Africa Nigerian Prince Joni Haastrup, now residing in the bay area, provides a smokin’ afro track on cassette, “Bala-Wajo”. Time stands still…

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Kiddus-I, Lion Youth, & Tapper Zukie unveil three mighty new singles for the massive. An unreleased Bob Marley groove track from the Nash sessions steams up the stratosphere as it’s “The Wailers All Dancing on KTIM.” K-T-I-M, All-time radio, All the time. Time hard, music harder.

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Also The Melody Makers’ hot shot “Sugar Pie Dub” gets requested and aired reminding ravers to please support this special Sugar Daddy in this time. MD would like to master more than eighty minutes worth of these time capsules per week. Help crowd source these vintage gems & more by picking up a rare premium or my new album GHOST TOWN SOUND as my way of saying thanks from the Midnight Dread website store where these exclusives are offered or from the music, film, & art available in the Midnight Dread eBay Store. Give thanks Itinually.

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Last week’s Midnight Dread features Jah music for all seriously righteous time travelers. On 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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