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Reggae MD Diagnosis – January 18th 2015 radiogram from Midnight Dread

Presenting observations on ailments in the human condition in most need of attention: Martin Luther King Jr. still has a dream. “Don’t play with me now!” he says in this week’s Reggae MD opening selection “and then I got into… Continue Reading

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Cool Up July’s Musical Heatwave with the ongoing Reggae MD Listening Party

This conscious reggae signal never ends. Reggae MD’s good for you monthly world-wide, your guide, massive Reggae Music Listening Party occupied all time zones July 19th from Noon-4pm Hawaiian Time, 3-7pm Pacific, 4-8pm Mountain, 5-9pm Central & 6-10pm Eastern Time,… Continue Reading

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Summer Arrives with Midnight Dread’s Reggae MD Global Listening Party

“Smiling Children” in Jamaica painting by Deeling Gregory This signal never ends. Tune in now. My monthly interactive world-wide, your guide, massive & mighty Reggae Music Listening Party specially occupied all time zones Saturday June 21st, from Noon-5pm Hawaiian Time,… Continue Reading

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Reggae MD, Good For You

Now ear this. A new full-time full up stream for Midnight & All-Day Ravers: After many months, & special tests Doug Wendt presents a special tonic & degree,
 Extra something guaranteed, recipe balanced carefully, FDA I-proved, Reggae MD Vital vinyl,… Continue Reading

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Midnight Dread Conquers California Radio Years Ahead January 25th-26th, 1981

Listen up “Now everywhere is War!” “It’s up to you to not heed the Call Up!” “Come on all Rude Boys unite Stop That Train because every morning you meet at the Bus Stop but you know not where you’re… Continue Reading

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Rough Rough Way Ahead, Longest Night Midnight Dread #50 with Row Jah December 21st-22nd, 1980

In the dwindling days of 1980 Roger Steffens from L.A. joins Doug Wendt on Midnight Dread for over 6 hours of 33 years ahead highlights in new music and discoveries spread over two 3 hour retrospective programs on KTIM, the… Continue Reading

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‘Radio Freelancer’ Mikey Dread+ debuts in Midnight Dread #47 Nov. 30th-Dec. 1st 1980

Wonder coming to town! Where’s Bob? Masterblaster staying alive. The Cimarons march down Ken Boothe’s “Freedom Street”. Sly Dunbar plays “Mr. Music” and the thundering herd gets spooked sparking a runaway riddim flight complete with Aswad’s latest “Dub Charge” remix… Continue Reading

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I Got 7 inches!

Another crucial installment featuring 7″ vinyl 45s from my personal collection. Junior Murvin comes correct once again on “Philistines On The Land,” which he sings over the Upsetter’s  “Police & Thieves” riddim: [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/106918477″ params=”” width=” 100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]… Continue Reading

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‘Reggae Kinda Sweet’ Photographic Exhibit

Photographer Pogus Caesar’s ‘Reggae Kinda Sweet’ photographic exhibition is at The Drum, Potters Lane, Birmingham UK until 31st August.  I recently sat down with the photographer to ask him about his experiences building this extraordinary photo archive. Many are aware… Continue Reading

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MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Album Pick of the Week!

YELLOWMAN: YOUNG, GIFTED, AND YELLOW (17 NORTH PARADE) First off, maximum respect to 17 North Parade and VP Records for placing a priority on releasing anthologies from those roots artists we love.  Their recent compilations, including Gregory Isaacs, and Dennis… Continue Reading