Interesting station for sure! Also interesting, the stream of this show:
is the same 128K MP3 as WMFU but, to my ears at least, it is much more listenable. Less digi-swish
and more punch. I wonder if it has to do with where the stream is tapped -- pre- or
Enjoying the July 6 episode of "All Soul, No Borders" right now. There is certainly nothing like
this on my FM dial. The one public radio station that plays any jazz plays pretty lame/stereotypical
----- Original Message -----
From: "H. Duane Goldman" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2006 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Community Radio
>I urge all to visit one the the finest independent radio stations in the country: KDHX in St.
>Louis; http://www.kdhx.org. Within the program listing you can now stream or download the last to
>2 shows in every category. This gives us an opportunity to hear show like Gabriel's early Sunday
>morning or the roots reggae show after midnight Friday. Drive times weekday afternoons are
>relegated to rhythm & blues, blues, motown & the music of New Orleans & southern Louisiana.
> Thanks to everyone for the comments on other radio stations.
> Duane Goldman
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