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


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


Jah Send Raining Rockers, Midnight Dread #57 takes shelter February 8th-9th 1981 KTIM FM San Francisco Bay Area Radio

Storm clouds are over my head It’s going to rain, rain Storm clouds are over my head Rains gonna fall again Storm clouds storm cloud Politicians fighting for power Storm clouds storm cloud Demolition bomb in the city While we… Continue Reading


10 Days and counting…

THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW   IS IMMINENT THE MIDNIGHT RAVER INTERVIEW ________________________________________________________________________ FEATURED MIDNIGHT RAVER MIXCAST: _________________________________________________________________________ ‘SOUNDS FROM CREATION:  ON-U SOUND SELECTIONS’ (A MIDNIGHT RAVER MIX) _________________________________________________________________________ Prince Far-I – Intro (Germany 1978) Prince Far-I & Creation Rebel – African… Continue Reading


Mighty Diamonds & Phone Bill live plus Kuumba & Raskiddus interviews inna Midnight Dread #40 Oct. 12, 1980

Nor Cal legends Phone Bill appear in this 33 years ahead complete Midnight Dread program and play twelve top ranking/scorching and scarce live tracks, including three when they backed The Mighty Diamonds in their local debut June 5th 1980 at… Continue Reading


“CAUTION-EXPLOSIVE 1-Lay Flat On Turntable 2-Turn Up Volume 3-Stand Back” when Midnight Dread #37 drops the Mo/Trench/Town bomb “MasterBlaster Jammin” the day Bob collapsed 9/21/80

Like A Tale of Two Cities opens ‘it was the best of times, it was the worst of times’. On the day Stevie Wonder’s brilliant new single from his upcoming album HOTTER THAN JULY was breaking all over the radio… Continue Reading


Cramp & Paralyze All Weak Heart Conception in Midnight Dread #31

This week’s 33 years ahead Midnight Dread begins with the superior Matumbi version of “Brother Louie”, an unusual interracial love song that went number one in 1973 both by its UK originator Hot Chocolate and as covered by Stories in… Continue Reading


Midnight Dread #28 with Word Sound & Power filmmaker Jerry Stein, Craven Choke Puppy, Dub Dat, 7 inch-a-thon KTIM, San Rafael CA July 14th 1980

“A sea of reggae music” is what you get as Jerry & Doug drive to curate this well-rounded circular circus of sounds with several scarcities in ska, rock steady & dub. The filmmaker behind the Soul Syndicate WSP film unleashes… Continue Reading