Gordon Mc Lendon didn't let that happen: In 1947, he signed on KLIF, featuring a music format.
(By mid-1922, all five DFW stations agreed to a timesharing plan on each frequency.) November 11, 1928 was declared "National Frequency Allocation Day," when the Federal Radio Commission (FRC, predecessor to the FCC) brought organization to the dial by assigning dedicated frequencies to the strongest stations, and culling out many of the small-time opportunists who weren't serious about broadcasting.Welcome to this weeks DJGrrr-eh’s|DJ Grey – Show, Moving Music _ Rise Up Series _ ‘Block Rocking’ Of course this show keeps up the usual pace of other Rise Ups.Most tracks fairly recent, thick with house, tech house, soulful house beats, not always suitable in your house, let loose in a big hall somewhere.05.03 06.03 07.03 09.03 12.03 01.04 02.04 03.04 04.04 05.04 06.04 07.04 08.04 09.04 10.04 11.04 12.04 01.05 02.05 03.05 04.05 05.05 06.05 07.05 08.05 09.05 10.05 11.05 12.05 01.06 02.06 03.06 04.06 05.06 06.06 07.06 08.06 09.06 10.06 11.06 12.06 01.07 02.07 03.07 04.07 05.07 06.07 07.07 08.07 09.07 10.07 11.07 12.07 01.08 02.08 03.08 04.08 05.08 06.08 07.08 08.08 09.08 10.08 11.08 12.08 01.09 02.09 03.09 04.09 05.09 06.09 07.09 08.09 09.09 10.09 11.09 12.09 01.10 02.10 03.10 end of '03 song appreciations for '04 1.Kanye West: All Falls Down (from College Dropout, forthcoming 2004) Goddamn - my boy let me listen to the new Kanye LP over the weekend and seriously?It has been infused with a unique high-grade versatility which makes it just as suitable for your backyard summer bbq, cutting a rug, rolling a single track or setting some fresh pow traxs as it is for a road trip soundtrack.Your free download comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.by Mikey (Gillingham, Kent, UK) RECORD OF THE WEEK The Rasmus - In The Shadows Already massive in Europe, The Rasmus, hailed from Finland, look like they've got a UK hit on their hands with their latest single, 'In the Shadows'.The track's a real rock anthem, with a funky bassline and sing-a-long chorus.Kanye isn't lyrical godliness but he's solid enough to not embarass himself and I think he's going to surprise a lot of cats with this album. Partly it was b/c the engineering was kind of dirty and muddled, like the first Jungle Brothers album, just four years later..next to De La and Tribe's Bob Powers-engineered jawns, KMD's album just didn't quite appeal to me as much save for a few tracks here and there. Home is combining gangsta braggadoccio with story-telling, showing off some serious lyrical skillage. Just listen to the beat and then, like the pregnant pause before all hell breaks loose, realize that Ghost is KILLING SHIT on top of that. Maspyke) (from An Evening With the Sound Providers - forthcoming 2004) I'm going to seem rather contradictory since I give grief about retro-new school groups like PUTS, Dilated, Ugly Duckling, Little Brother, etc.And oh yeah - "Jesus Walks", the whole song (not just them mixtape snippets)? But after getting the upcoming [i]Best of KMD[/i] in the mail, I went back and delivered a swift kick to my backside for not spending more time with this album the first time around. I mean, you can just picture this guy rolling through South Park, put the fear of God (not to mention lead) into his foes like the Punisher going rampage. They're mixing Syl Johnson, Bo Diddley, Le Pamplemouse and whoever else - incredible. It's like the gold ticket inside a Willy Wonka bar. but I really, really, really like San Diego's Sound Providers even if they are arguably part of the same trend. They mine the kind of jazz albums that I spend way too much e Bay and dirty knuckle time digging for and while they're not necessarily way different from, say, the Procussions or whoever, I've yet to hear more than one or two tracks from these kids that I don't like.