Tonight we celebrated the 55th anniversary of Jamaica’s Independence in 1962! Of course, it’s impossible to cover the history of Reggae music in just 4 hours…but we did our best to cover a variety of artists and styles. Of course, Roots & Dub come forward! The lineup included: Derrick Morgan, Toots & the Maytals, Bob Marley & the Wailers, The Jamaicans, The Slickers, Desmond Dekker & the Aces, Errol Brown/The Supersonics, The Skatalites, Derrick Harriott, Gregory Isaacs, Burning Spear, Keith Hudson, Addis Pablo, Augustus Pablo & The Upsetters, Bim Sherman, Prince Far-I, Burning Spear, Justin Hinds & Jamaica All Stars, Jimmy Cliff, The Heptones, and many more…

The first morning episode… in quite a while.  My new regular slot is now – TUESDAY, from 8 – 10 AM.  Catch me – if you can !~!

On this first episode, following the "Wake-Up Call", … H – E- L – L – O.. I'm back !

I have done an early show with a couple of co-hosts in the way back – Justine & then my sister – on "Global Dawn".  But this year, begins a whole 'nother thang.


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You Can't Outrun the Flying Dead, Part 2

The second part of Lady Windermere's Brass Fantabulous, a Steampunk alternate history of the Not-So-Great War, from ZBS.  Archie Butterfield-Smith flew over the Prussian peasants who threw tomatoes and cauliflowers at him.  So when he flew over the Prussian artillery they thought the English had sent their Flying Zombie Corp.  

Written by Meatball Fulton, with music by Tim Clark.  

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