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    i just found this thread...sweet...radio free kicked arse...i remember having a barbeque with reel big fish at the station, among other things...mad mohammed, man, that brings it all back...he was classic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pzarquon
    I'd be more than happy to provide the technological back-end for this project. (I think something similar might be a great workspace for scrivener's Diamond Head Crater Festival as well.) I've been playing with MediaWiki, and even have an installation sitting here with nothing to fill it with...

    Drop me a PM, Kathy and Kamapuaa and anyone else... I'd love to see what I can do for you.
    i was there back in the day, and am sure i could track down some archival footage and live stuff...if any one is on this, pm me or whatever...i'd love to be on board for a project like this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 808shows.com
    ps - you've all seen dave carr's 'scene museum' right?

    if not, I have a link to it under the "resources" tab on my site.
    it's got some real good stuff already!
    Holy crap that Scene Museum rules.

    I completely forgot about the old "Scrawling Wall" 'zine! I had nearly every issue shoved in a dresser drawer when I was younger and unsavvy to the historical and collector value of such a collection of obscure newsprint.

    Which means, of course, that at one point during the late 80's when my Dad threatened to beat the crap out of me unless I cleaned my room, all of my Scrawling Wall zines ended up somewhere in the dump on Kapaa Quarry Road...

    Along with many of my homemade cassette recordings of both Radio Free Hawaii and KTUH...

    ARGH!!!!

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    Love the radio free and jelly's trying to reach Norm? Anyone have his email? looking for a long lost friend of mine named Gina who used to do the book keeping for Jellys?

    Mahalo for the help,

    PEE WEE

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    Quote Originally Posted by mel View Post
    Very cool! Now if only my cell network didn't disable streaming media...

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    We used to do an Olelo show called "junk" when Radio Free was alive. Kathy with a K, Sean Speedy, Franchon, Pinky and some of the others were involved from the start. I'm slowly putting the videos I have left on youtube so people can see them again and re-live / remember some of the fun that surrounded the station. search for radio free when you are on youtube and check it out. Have fun. btw.... we all miss Sherrif Norm, I know I love hearing his voice again on the oldies show!!!!

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    A couple of weeks ago, I was 'e-cycling' some old electronics, including a Sony cassette deck. In it, I found a tape labeled "Misc. Radio Free." I was worried that I'd recorded over it with something else, but my friend (and fellow Mililani High School grad) Jason Taglianetti was able to digitize the contents.

    So, if you feel like taking a trip down memory lane, here are some sounds of 1995:

    An original song written to celebrate the return of the station:
    https://soundcloud.com/hawaii/radio-...d-juslyn-royos

    Commercials aired that summer, including ads for Ala Moana Center, Mahalo Airlines, and The Jungle nightclub:
    https://soundcloud.com/hawaii/radio-free-hawaii-ads

    One of the fun traditions of RFH, a song nominated for the "sledgehammer," banning it from the station forever:
    https://soundcloud.com/hawaii/radio-...i-sledgehammer

    If you just want to sit back and listen to both sides of the tape (sadly with the songs themselves edited out), here you go:

    http://www.mixcloud.com/hawaii/radio...r-1995-side-1/

    http://www.mixcloud.com/hawaii/radio...r-1995-side-2/

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