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Reggae MD Symptomatic radiogram from Midnight Dread

The corrupt system exhibits signs of illness indicative of immediate reaction: Brand new and about-to-be-released tracks from Yabby You, Casper Loma Da Wa, Dub Syndicate feat. U Roy, Rashani, and The Tamlins join righteously riveting music from Rocky Dawuni, Roots… Continue Reading

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Reggae MD Gatekeeper radiogram from Midnight Dread

Pointing out signposts and travel conditions to help pass through The Gate ‘pon life’s road: The actual words of Marcus Garvey fire up the massive along with the debut of Bob’s new live album and my track “American Ghost Town”… 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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Massive Maya Mash Up with LKJ personifies Deep Word Dub

Maya Angelou fly away home to Zion. This video DJ combination was recorded live at The Kennel Club in San Francisco January 24th 1993 and features “On The Pulse Of Morning” written and spoken by Maya at the Bill Clinton… 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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Rasta, Lollipops, & Psychedelic Rockers Midnight Dread KTIM California Part One January 18th-19th, 1981

The night “Rockers Arena” bats lead, Bunny Sings The Wailers debuts, Derrick’s lengthy “Lollipop Girl” unreels, Robbie & Mao “Hold Me Tight” like nobody’s business, Rockers get traces, and importantly The Rastafarians new debut album is ready and they are… Continue Reading

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Linton Kwesi Johnson & Dennis Bovell from the Midnight Dread Archives

More rare media from the archives of Midnight Dread.  This article, written by Doug Wendt (AKA Midnight Dread) appeared in the July 1984 edition of The Pulse.  A true rarity among press archives. Please visit Midnight Dread’s website at www.midnightdread.com. … Continue Reading