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    Friday night party-THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE Reggae ,Ska, R&B, 80s,90s r&b rock &roll

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    Friday night party-THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE  Reggae ,Ska, R&B, 80s,90s r&b rock &rollCome on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of


    ---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of nostalgic music---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in www.crsradio.com at 10 PM, USA East Coast Time---phone in if you like 1-661-467-2407.snow storm on the east coast

  • 02:59

    Live :Friday midnight party oldies but goodies Reggae, Ska, R&B, Rock 50s 60s

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    Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of


    ---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of nostalgic music---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in www.crsradio.com at 10 PM, USA East Coast Time---phone in if you like 1-661-467-2407.snow storm on the east coast

  • 02:52

    Live:Friday night Party oldies but goodies Reggae , Ska, R&B, Rock 50s 60s 70s

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    Live :Friday midnight  party oldies  but goodies Reggae, Ska, R&B, Rock 50s 60s president obama visit to jamaica bring hope


    Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of


    ---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of nostalgic music---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in www.crsradio.com at 10 PM, USA East Coast Time---phone in if you like 1-661-467-2407.snow storm on the east coast

  • 03:53

    Live music: Midnight Lover slow Jams ,ska ,R&B,60s 70s 80s reggae just for you

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    Live music: Midnight Lover slow R&B,lovers rock 60s 70s 80s reggae just for you 


    Motown Love Songs: Motown Milestones emphasizes the label's romantic ballads and slow jams, and while tracks like the Miracles' "Ooo Baby Baby," the Jackson 5's "I'll Be There" and the Temptations' "Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)" are all undisputed classics, over the course of its 18 cuts the collection grows thin, with too many of the songs subscribing to the same sonic formula (gossamer harmonies, lush strings and glacial rhythms). The track selection is also more than a little suspect -- any collection of Motown love songs on which the contributions of Michael Jacksonoutnumber those of Marvin Gaye by a two-to-one ratio really needs to go back to the drawing board.

  • 01:59

    Celebrity Link- Featuring the great Voice great Reggae music ska and more

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    1982 was a transition year for music. Sure, my friends and I still had all the Hall and Oates, Toto and Journey we could ever ever dream of hearing on the radio. But for kids in the pop cultural hinterlands of Utah where I lived, there was a new player on the scene. Her name was MTV and she was newly available on basic cable.


    Why was MTV a she? She had to be. How else could you explain the David Bowie, Duran Duran, Cultural Club and Adam Ant videos she would soon unleash on our impressionable minds? No self-respecting Molly Hatchett or Van Halen fan wanted to watch that stuff.


    Besides introducing us to new romantic bands from England, MTV was our gateway drug to bizarrely new and unexpected sounds like Toni Basil’s cheerleader- driven “Mickey” and today’s novelty song, “Pass the Dutchie” by Musical Youth.What was this song? Youth meets reggae on the shores of the Thames River? Whose brilliant idea was this?“Pass the Dutchie’ on the left-hand side’”


    “How does it feel when you’ve got no food.”Who writes this stuff?


    The deeper hidden meaning was debated daily by a small group of friends who were convinced we could unlock some deeper insight into reggae music or British pop music or black kids who wore berets and played oversized instruments and passed dutchies to their left but never to the right.


    The riddle would all be revealed if we simply watched more MTV. So we did.Eventually “Pass the Dutchie” reached #10 on the Billboard Top 40 in 1982, making Musical Youth a one-hit wonder and leaving a pop-cultural mark that persists today.www.crsradio.com caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com

  • 02:43

    Live Friday party-THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE Reggae ,Ska, R&B, 80s,90s r&b rock &roll

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    Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of


    ---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in Come on people --Friday night the party is on again---the secret it out--THE MIDNIGHT LOUNGE rocks again. This week its music from 1959 - 1979---three house of nostalgic music---revisiting the golden days. Let us take you back to the days when songs had soul---touched your hearts. Ska, R&B, Rock & Roll, Country, Soul, Reggae/Rock Steady and Calypso--something for everyone. Tune in www.crsradio.com at 10 PM, USA East Coast Time---phone in if you like 1-661-467-2407.snow storm on the east coast

  • 03:56

    Jamaica Ska Oldies and Goodies 60s 70s 80s

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    Ska Stylistic origins  amaican mento and calypso; American jazz and rhythm and blues Cultural origins   Late 1950s, Jamaica
    Typical instruments Guitar, bass guitar, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, drums, organ Derivative forms Rocksteady, reggae.Fusion genres 2 Tone, ska jazz, ska pop, ska punk, spouge Regional scenes Japan, Australia Other topics Third wave ska, list of ska musicians, rude boy, mod, skinhead, Suedehead, traditional skinhead
    The Wailers "One Love/People Get Ready"
    "One Love/People Get Ready" by The Wailers. This is a Ska version of the famous Bob Marley song.
    Ska (/'sk??/, Jamaican is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s, and was the precursor to rocksteady and reggae.Ska combined elements of Caribbean mento and calypso with American jazz and rhythm and blues. It is characterized by a walking bass line accented with rhythms on the upbeat. In the early 1960s, ska was the dominant music genre of Jamaica and was popular with British mods. Later it became popular with many skinheads.Music historians typically divide the history of ska into three periods: the original Jamaican scene of the 1960s (First Wave); the English 2 Tone ska revival of the late 1970s (Second Wave); and the third wave ska movement, which started in the 1980s (Third Wave) and rose to popularity in the US in the 1990s

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    DuB WyZe TaLk with Sennid Simon MAY 26TH 8PM

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    peace and greetings DWT family we are pleased to chat with Sennid Simon reggae/ska performer.

  • 01:20

    The Road To Nationals With The Southern Kingfish Association - Team Papotanic

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    This week on the PointClickFish.com Saltwater Fishing Radio - The Road To Nationals With The SKA we welcome Garmin Pro Team member Bill Platt -Team Papotanic and 2014 SKA Nationals winner Clayton Kirby. We look forward to dsicussing news and updates from Garmin and Team Papotanic with Bill Platt. Clayton Kirby will give us an update and tips on getting ready for the 2015 Nationals in Morehead City, NC. 

  • 02:32

    Celtic Ska & Book Party

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    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of ChampagneSundaysMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio's art, book, music and entertainment show.Musical guests include Chris Armitage of The California Celts, Aaron Poland of the Warsaw Poland Brothers, plus, vintage ska songstress Sara McAllister. Internationally critically acclaimed author Brian D. Anderson will discuss his young adult fantasy series 'The Godling Chronicles'; and popular wildlife artist Lee Mims will discuss 'Hiding Gladys', the first of her Cleo Cooper Mystery Series.

  • 02:53

    Live:Midnight lover Bro Blue featuring Roy Panton on Friday night Party

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    Roy Panton & Yvonne Harrison's new song "When It's Right"
    Roy Panton & Yvonne Harrison's new song "When It's Right" Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae legends Roy Panton & Yvonne Harrison releases their new single "When It's Right". Roy Panton came up at a time in Jamaican music when it was changing from the local R&B to the edgy, harder and shuffling sound of ska. As such he was a pioneer and also a popular act in the early to mid 1960's. As was so popular for a time, he shared vocal duties in duo combinations with other upcoming stars like Millie Small, Cornel Campbell, Patsy Todd and Eric 'Monty' Morris'. But mainly he was a vocalist on his own, having possibly his biggest success with 'Endless Memory'. The list of great recordings is one of those impressive stories of a successful Jamaican music industry and creative flow: 'Mighty Ruler', 'Beware Rudie', Control Your Temper', 'Good Man'; 'Lolita', 'Run Old Man', 'We'll Meet' with Millie, and on and on it goes. But Panton got out of the business too early, he came back briefly and then it seemed he was gone for good forty years ago. Not so. Some years back he was rediscovered, got back to a scene hungry for 'vintage' acts and timeless music, and has made appearances lately in Los Angeles and Mexico, with probably a lot more to come. Thanks to Roy & Yvonne, Carlton Hines, Teacher & Mr T, and Steve Barrow.