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Soul On Ice! {Episode #48:DMSR...The Purple Podcast-Side 2} 6/28/16
June 28, 2016 07:56 AM PDT
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"All of this and more is for you.
With love, sincerity & deepest care, my life with you I share."
--'For You' by Prince Rogers Nelson (1978)

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Soul On Ice! {Episode #47:DMSR...The Purple Podcast} 6/7/16
June 06, 2016 09:00 PM PDT
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*Greetings Brothas & Sistas...

"May U live 2 see the dawn".--Prince

Soul On Ice! {Episode #46:Dawn-Side One} 2/5/16
February 04, 2016 12:50 PM PST
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*Greetings Brothas & Sistas...
It is my pleasure that I present to you the first episode of "Soul On Ice!" for the year of 2016. This episode also marks the 5th(!!) anniversary of WTDK/RevolutionRadio. So, here's to another five (plus) years. Oh yeah, this episode sounds even better when the sun goes down. Enjoy...

*theDynamiteKing*

Soul On Ice! {Episode #45:Midnight Love-Side 1} 11/2/15
November 02, 2015 03:25 PM PST
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*Greetings Brothas & Sistas....

"The Quiet Storm"...What is it exactly? And how did this concept of radio programming come about? Well....according to urban legend, it was a Disc Jockey by the name of Melvin Lindsey who developed this particular radio show format at Howard University's radio station (WHUR-FM) back in 1976. I first became aware of this format when I was a young lad growing up in Chicago (around the age of seven) sittin' in front of my GPX boombox to record songs off the radio. And usually around ten or eleven o'clock, the slow jams or "the quiet storm" shows would come on. The DJ of the hour would play any & every slow jam from whomever was hot at that time: Anita Baker, Freddie Jackson, Midnight Star, Atlantic Starr (keep in mind that this was during the mid-1980's). But, then the DJ would dig deeper & pull out those slow jams from the '70's. And those are the ones that I really dug. The ones from Marvin Gaye, Teddy Pendergrass, Rose Royce...and, of course, ANY slow jam from the Isley Brothers' catalog. Over the years, however, I started appreciating the more slicker slow jams from the mid-part of the 80's. Maybe because they weren't as bad as I thought...or maybe it's because most of the so-called "R&B" slow jams of today are...trash (that's the only polite word that I could come up with while I was writing this).
Some of the tunes on this episode have become "quiet storm" standards over the years on radio stations in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles & worldwide. And the others have become some of my personal favorites. Enjoy....and stay tuned for "side 2", DIG?

*theDynamiteKing*

Soul On Ice! {Episode #44:Spring/Summer Feeling...Side 2} 8/25/15
August 24, 2015 12:28 AM PDT
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*Greetings Brothas & Sistas...

Even though Summer is almost over, I couldn't let it slip away without givin' y'all some more of that "Spring/Summer Feeling". This time around, you'll hear some newer jams & gems that remind me of this special time of the year, including a few 'nu-classics' for your listening pleasure. Enjoy LOUD!

*theDynamiteKing*