How radio was done Part 101

March 12, 2009 Solo
This part launches into Rap and Hip Hop as they were developing in 1988. An up to date glitch mix combines these with Jazz and Jazz poetry of the day, some featured Beatnigs, legal demons hiding in the rise of sampled music, and how that all spilled over into white peoples audio. Howard Stern hosts a radio debate between Timothy Leary and G. Gordon Liddy, then doing a national /”debate tour./” Live Bowie, more Media Warrior, Rick Sklar relates the history of format radio, and The Tower Of Music.

3 Hours.

13 Responses to “How radio was done Part 101”

  1. Greg Falkingham says:

    I’m afraid that it’s only coming up as a blank black box.

  2. Angel84 says:

    Download not working for either.

  3. snugganut says:

    oops, sorry about that. it works now.

  4. fulltimehuman says:

    that P.E. herb alpert mashup is funny-is that herb alpert?

  5. PhantomGuitarist says:

    re 4 without having listened I’d say Yes it is. I’d put money on it being the ECC one, great mashup, one of the first I believe.

  6. PhantomGuitarist says:

    PS – only first 15 mins downloading.

  7. gorgeaway says:

    ditto, i’m only getting a 15 minute track.

  8. snugganut says:

    alright, alright. it’s re-uploading now and will be available within the hour.
    sorry about that, y’all.

  9. PhantomGuitarist says:

    snugganut, you do a sterling job. It’s tremendously appreciated you know, though we may not often say it.


  10. Greg Falkingham says:

    Oh dear, I’m going to have to be the one to say it, aren’t I?

    I’m afraid that the link is still busted. Clicking on the Download button brings up a big error screen in the box.

  11. snugganut says:

    it really is working now.

    i should be shot point blank in the stamper!

  12. gorgeaway says:

    it works!
    thank you, much appreciation, keep ’em comin’!!!

  13. Angel84 says:

    Thank you. I love these shows.