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Postby pampasjudas » Mon Nov 11, 2013 2:16 pm

hello!

any tips about good reggae-devoted radio programs/podcasts to listen or download?
i tried searching through old topics, but couldn't really find what i'm exactly looking for.
i'm mostly interested in shows having a historical/archival perspective. i particularly liked Ian's House Of Reggae's shows, for instance, but i already listened to all of them, and i'm thirsty for more of the like! :D
by the way: do you know if any of the original radio shows Mikey Dread did in the 70s are available anywhere in the web?

thank you!!!!!!
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby dj745 » Mon Nov 11, 2013 3:28 pm

Here's a link to a 3 hr special I recently did celebrating 40 years of Channel One Records (JA) -http://dj745.podomatic.com/entry/2013-10-26T01_18_37-07_00

Here's a link to an interview recorded with Alborosie in JA earlier this year http://dj745.podomatic.com/entry/2013-0 ... 0_11-07_00

Would welcome any feedback

Got loads more archived shows with interviews etc if you're interested pm me
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby pampasjudas » Mon Nov 11, 2013 3:50 pm

dj745 wrote:Here's a link to a 3 hr special I recently did celebrating 40 years of Channel One Records (JA) -http://dj745.podomatic.com/entry/2013-10-26T01_18_37-07_00

Here's a link to an interview recorded with Alborosie in JA earlier this year http://dj745.podomatic.com/entry/2013-0 ... 0_11-07_00

Would welcome any feedback

Got loads more archived shows with interviews etc if you're interested pm me


great!!! i'll definitely check them out! thanks so much!!!
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby Ringo » Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:18 am

Manasseh Kiss Fm shows, plus years of my old radio shows on the site etc

http://www.crytough.com/manasseh.html
Purple Radio - Every other Wednesday 6:30 - 8pm http://www.purple-radio.co.uk

Archive of old shows http://www.crytough.com/purple.html
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby bridgeman » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:31 pm

For interviews with artists intertwined with music, search for Carter Van Pelt on archive.org. On the same site, there are fabulous mixes by someone called Oscar sarcastro.
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby pampasjudas » Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:31 pm

GIVE THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby Mick Sleeper » Wed Nov 13, 2013 12:33 am

My current podcast: http://podcast.upsetter.net

Archived episodes of my old radio show: http://bass.upsetter.net

I recommend starting with the Alton Ellis tribute or the Mikey Dread tribute, both of which I'm especially proud of. Enjoy. 8)
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby minidub » Wed Nov 13, 2013 12:44 am

ites mick!

I want you to know I totally nicked one of your fantastic jingles. I LOVED the one you have with someone very young telling you to "play something good", might have been "uncle mick, play something good".

well, Teresa recorded her nephew saying "aunt Teresa, play something good", you know, sounding so put out. sorry--it was just too good to pass up! hey I hear that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...

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Re: learning by the radio

Postby Uncle Chig E » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:41 am

This might be a different than what you are looking for but DJ Kid Hops has a 3 hr weekly radio program from 9 - noon, Pacific Coast time, on a Seattle radio station, KEXP. KEXP is listener supported & has an agreement with the University of Washington which allows the DJ to program their own shows. As I know the shows can't be heard on the air waves by almost everyone here,the shows can be streamed live, they are all archived for 2 weeks & the play list is online. I listen almost every week & stream the programs at work to give my co-workers a taste of the skank. You cvan find the shows on the On Demand prompt here: http://kexp.org/
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby SteveT » Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:01 am

Lots of old radio shows here:

http://www.thepiratearchive.net/dbc/

Also good shows here from East Village radio in New York:

http://www.queenmajesty.blogspot.co.uk/
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby pampasjudas » Wed Nov 13, 2013 2:13 pm

WOW!!!

most heartfelt thanks to everybody!
a pleasure to be part of this community.

GIVE THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby Baba Jonah » Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:40 pm

Check www.lifefm.co.uk every Tuesday 6-8pm GMT for the Dublife show, personally I love the oldies Kuller plays, always something to learn on this show as its presented by people who know what they are doing. Lots of special guests passing through who all have a big bag of tunes to contribute.
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby Vinnie » Wed Nov 13, 2013 5:23 pm

a nice station fe sure http://www.consciousradio.net
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby Mick Sleeper » Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:38 pm

minidub wrote:ites mick! I want you to know I totally nicked one of your fantastic jingles. I LOVED the one you have with someone very young telling you to "play something good", might have been "uncle mick, play something good".

:D Yes, that is my niece Alex when she was about 6 years old. I created quite a few good ones over the years, with samples from movies and getting some friends in the studio. Of course, my favourites were the ones that Mikey Dread recorded for me, including the famous "Now brothers and sisters good night, I hope you're feeling alright..." originally recorded for him by Big Youth.
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Re: learning by the radio

Postby minidub » Wed Nov 13, 2013 7:32 pm

yes mick, I have no doubt about your mikey dread jingles.

when we interviewed him years ago, we asked for a radio jingle for the show and he went on to do about 3 really magnificent pieces. then he says "one more", and does another. the he says "okay, one more" and does another again. I swear this went on for several minutes, and we got nuff good things from him. he was clearly enjoying himself as much as were enjoying listening to him do his thing!

as an aside, i'm so very glad we got the jingle about playing something good from Nick; he tragically died in his sleep just a few years later at age 13.

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