Radio With A Difference MD #91 October 4-5th, 1981 KTIM | MIDNIGHT RAVER
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Radio With A Difference MD #91 October 4-5th, 1981 KTIM

Rappa Robert gives shout out to reggae radio from JBC’s Barry G to RJR’s Winston Barnes + Carlton Jackson’s new Bunny Wailer production, Azeem’s Tribute To Marley, Wailing Souls, Johnny Osbourne, Joe Higgs interview, Sly, Robbie & more.





Prime reggae non-stop. The first ever major US reggae festival, the Berkeley Reggae Sunblast at the Greek Theatre with The Wailers, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Grifiths, Joe Higgs, Wailing Souls, Hugh Mundell, Ras Kiddus Roots Connection, MC Tony Moses, & DJ Doug Wendt is just weeks away. MD’s March interview with Joe Higgs gets a reprise for the occasion. Listener Caryn Davenport dives deep in Larkspur, gets songs aired from her All Time 5 postcard (front & back):



Last week’s Midnight Dread stormed the castle, breaking down barriers. All killer, no filler. 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.

Buy a radio or two now (or a smart phone 2015 stylee ‘transistor tune-in device’), good for you!


These time travelin’ programs will keep coming if brothers & sisters pick up exclusive premiums from the MD website store or from the great music, film, & art premiums available in the Midnight Dread eBay Store to help carve out time for making more . Giving thanks I-tinually!

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