- published: 22 Jun 2007
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Voted DJ of The Year 1992!
A short aircheck of Captain Fantastic with commercials from the legendary KAKC-AM/FM in Tulsa, OK in the Fall of 1974. Recorded when I was 13 on a cheap-o Mayfair recorder on some very fragile cassette tape. My apologies for the very rough sound quality. I did try to improve the audio using Sound Forge's EQ and Noise Reduction. The last time I heard the Captain on KAKC was in the spring of 1976, then he was replaced by another DJ.. I also remember hearing the Captain again as "Derrek St. Johns" (or something close to it) on Superfox 103 KTFX in 1978-9. KAKC-FM (92.9) became an automated Top 40 station called "KC 93" and in 1977 became a musical abomination known as "Beautiful Music, KBEZ". Later it became an adult contemporary station and it's now known as Classic Hits "Bob FM". KAK...
Acústico de TULSA en los estudios de RGP (Radio Gladys Palmera) con el tema "Los Amantes del Puente" de su disco "La calma chicha" (Gran Derby Records, 2015). © 2015 Visita nuestra radio online: http://www.gladyspalmera.com Suscríbete a nuestro canal de youtube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=radiogladyspalmera Síguenos en nuestras Redes sociales: Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+radiogladyspalmera/posts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadioGladysPalmera Twitter: https://twitter.com/GladysPalmera COPYRIGHTS: Este vídeo es una producción exclusiva de Radio Gladys Palmera, autorizada por el artista y sus representantes legales. This video is an exclusive production of Radio Gladys Palmera, authorized by the artist and his legal managers.
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Following career-best reviews and a Top 20 chart entry for Phantom Radio last month, Mark Lanegan Band return with A Thousand Miles Of Midnight, an album of remixes of tracks from both ‘Phantom Radio’ and ‘No Bells On Sunday’, the EP that accompanied it. The album is made up of a brilliant array of remixes by artists as diverse as UNKLE, Moby, Greg Dulli and Soulsavers. Mark Lanegan says of the album: “I thought these tunes would lend themselves to remixing and that it would be interesting to hear what other artists might make of them. All the people who did remixes are musicians whose work I greatly admire.” I do not own songs nor images featured in the videos. All rights belong to it's rightful owner/owner's. No copyright infringement intended.
Dogg Pound rapper Daz Dillinger is interviewed by Tulsa radio station KJAMZ 105.3 FM. The man to his left is the newest member of the Dogg Pound Dangerous Rob. In this section, Daz talks about the Rev. Al Sharpton and Russell Simmons.