Fight Down I — Lizzard 6. Another Moses — The Ethiopians 7. African Woman — Winston Fergus The Slave Trade — One Love Peace Pipe Dub — Joe White Stranger in Love — Eli Emmanuel Happiness — The Dingles Opportunity — Earl George aka George Faith Segregation — Tony Sexton Right Road to Zion — The Jahlights Tell the Children the Truth — Jimmy Riley.
CD3: 1. Ghetto-Ology — Sugar Minott 6. Give to the Poor — The Majesterians Killerman Jarrett — Winston Jarrett Pirate — The Ethiopians Dancing Shoes — George Dekker Jailhouse — Private Tabby Original Man — Andrew Tosh.
Who La La — Glen Brown 3. Party Tonight — The Silvertones 4. Creature from the Moon — King Horror 7. Too Experienced — Owen Gray 8. Green River — Anonymously Yours My Desire — The Yardbrooms Dread It — Glen Walker Not sure whats out there anymore.
Maybe there's room for another lat night talk show in the low frequencies on a 50K AM, working the skip all over half the US. I miss the romance of late night, The Wolfman, Al Collins, and those other voices that you listened to on a road trip as your headlights were punching two cones of light through the night.
Phil Hendrie is probably the funniest thing I've ever heard on the radio. Callers get so outraged. Last edited: Apr 9, Jul 9, Connecticut USA. Apr 10, Nov 4, Santa Cruz CA. I like when George Knapp hosts Coast to Coast, but I just listen to them on YouTube a day or a week later if the guest or topic looks interesting.
Fade to Black can be entertaining. Linda Moulton Howe does a show that's on YouTube as well. The production is pretty bare bones, but, again, sometimes the show is interesting. These types of programs seem to be very hit or miss. I have friends that do still listen to late night radio, but more and more everything is trending to being online. If it's still free and has commercials and music cut out then I can't see many advantages for radio.
It'll keep fading away. I'm sure something will endure, but the internet and streaming or downloading are just hard to beat. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Modern life: rubbish or wonderful? While you're online, click on to Resonance FM. This is a station that seems to have been designed to a Guardian reader brief: intelligent, un-mainstream, sometimes irritatingly whimsical arts radio. I find it too clever to listen to during the day — it's impossible to concentrate on writing while it's on — but from 1am, Resonance plays The Nightloop, consisting of reruns of its excellent programmes.
Or there's always Radio 7's many ancient comedy repeats. Speech radio might seem a bit sedate, but it's a good way to make it through the night: it's irritation turned up to 11, and anger can keep your eyes wide just as much as any boom-shaka-lacka tune selecter.
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