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September 3rd, 2009

I’m going to use this blog to post some of the streams that were webcast on streamola.com (now defunct) in the good old days (1999 – 2001), plus a few other selected old & new recordings.

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Augustus Pablo Interview by Joey Jay, KISS FM, UK, 1996

August 26th, 2015

Billy Fury – That’s Love – Jean Carroll Show 1960

August 19th, 2015

This showed up on YouTube, but out of sync, I’ve adjusted it. Apparently recorded June 23 1960 in London by Val Parnell as a ‘Saturday Spectacular’ and shown on Granada.

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Dominick finally makes US Network TV debut.

July 21st, 2015

Casually channel flipping on July 15 2015 I was surprised to see a familiar face..

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NEVER GET BURN PRESENTS : MINISTRY OF DUB #12

December 21st, 2012

Give thanks to YouTube’s “related” feaure for this one. A full 4 Hour 17 minutes Italian-style session from Oct 27 2012.

MINISTRY OF DUB #12 – ABA SHANTI-I SAB 27-10-2012
NEVER GET BURN PRESENTS : MINISTRY OF DUB #12
C.S.O.A. GABRIO TORINO (ITA)

“THE MIGHTY PRODIGY OF DUB” ABA SHANTI-I

WARM UP: KUMINA BEAT , MIRAFLOWERS , ROOTIKAL DUB FOUNDATION , UNITED ROOTS SOUND SYSTEM.
PON DI MIC: IDREN LION WARRIAH
POWERED BY: UNITED ROOTS SOUND SYSTEM

DJ DUTCH-E-GERM – SECRET PROJECT ROBOT 11-30-2012

December 1st, 2012

I was shooting at Secret Project Robot earlier tonight and, between the bands, DJ DUTCH-E-GERM (aka Tim DeWit of Gang Gang Dance) traktored up a wonderful mix of ethnicity and coolness. I thought I’d post it for the record.

Earl Gateshead from Trojan Sound System *NYDebut* (full set)

July 10th, 2012

PUNKCAST2074-03 Earl Gateshead from Trojan Sound System makes his USA Debut at Drom NYC on Jun 29 2012.

Good Morning Young America

March 10th, 2012

A single track from DJ Woody Dee, a fine example of his political-themed-samples-over-heavy-beats style, as streamed at 24kbps in March 2001.

Humble Tafari – Roots Dawta

December 28th, 2011

With the advent of Live365 in July 1999 there was less dependence on the streamola server. Humble Tafari of Wildfiyah Sound was an early adopter, and this was one of his first independent streams – a tribute to feminine artistry.

Breakfast Pirate Radio – London 1982

August 14th, 2010

When I left the UK for the USA in 1983 I was sure to pack with me a few nuggets of British culture to entertain and amaze the colonists. Apart from reggae disco 12″ers and VHS’s of the Young Ones tv series – as yet unseen on this side of the pond, I had a copy of this broadcast – a Sunday morning one-off perpetrated by Keith Allen and mates such as David Rappaport – using the same transmitter as Dread Broadcast Corp. A visit with northern industrial gay Gerry Arkwright kicks off 90 minutes of segment after segment of ribald and raucous hijinks – some of the most outrageous programming to ever hit the airwaves. American listeners were a little non-plussed but when, in 1984, I visited Vancouver and played it to the Canadians they went nuts for it, playing it over and over til they had it word perfect.

(Thanks to Mike the Bike of DBC for forwarding a copy.)

Ras Kush – Article Vinyl Pt.2 – 11.21.00

June 18th, 2010

In part two of this session Ras Kush, of Black Redemption Sounds of Praises, dug further into his extensive vinyl collection sprinkling liberal amounts of Wackies in the process.. It kicks off with an african selection, followed by some mash down babylon vibes turning into a brief vocalist showcase featuring singers like Barry Brown and Al Campbell. A modern international steppers segment includes the magical ‘Superstar’ by Japan’s Mighty Massa – a staple of Black Redemption sets at the time – leading into a couple of other popular tunes..


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