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251 The offshore days of Graham Gill. Probably best remembered from Radio Caroline and RNI in the 1970s, Graham Gill started his offshore radio career on the Laissez Faire, working for Swinging Radio England and Britain Radio. He also could be heard in the sixties on Wonderful Radio London and the middle of the road station Radio 390. Now retired, Gill recently met up with Hans Knot for an interview about his days offshore.
252 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs (T) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune. Een discografie van bijna alles wat ooit over de zeezenders op single, EP, LP of CD is uitgebracht. Met op deze pagina een overzicht van songs (T) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune.
253 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs die werden opgenomen door deejays. Een discografie van bijna alles wat ooit over de zeezenders op single, EP, LP of CD is uitgebracht. Met op deze pagina een overzicht van songs die werden opgenomen door deejays.
254 Mike Ross looks back at RNI. One of the many deejays RNI had on the international service was Mike Ross. He became a very popular deejay who at one time also brought his wife over to the MEBO II for the presentation of the Request Show with Mike and Sheila Ross. At the Offshore Convention Driftback 20 in London in August 1987 Mike Ross was interviewed by Chris Edwards.
255 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs (H) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune. Een discografie van bijna alles wat ooit over de zeezenders op single, EP, LP of CD is uitgebracht. Met op deze pagina een overzicht van songs (H) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune.
256 The riddles of rock and roll. The signification of rock and roll: this is the sixth chapter of Riddles of Rock and Roll, Leo D'Anjou's investigation into the rise of rock and roll and the whereabouts of rock and roll's rebellious image.
257 Rockin' and rollin' with Radio Caroline North. Just before Eastern, the postman put a nice book into the mailbox of Hans Knot. It proved to be a history of the offshore station Radio Caroline North, written by Robert Preedy. Hans Knot was quick in reading the book and now shows his appreciation.
258 "We moesten soepel, snel en gladjes overkomen". In maart 2001 gaf Roger Day acte de présence op de jaarlijkse Radiodag. Bij die gelegenheid stelden Jelle Boonstra en Hans Knot hem een aantal vragen over zijn loopbaan als deejay, die in 1966 bij Swinging Radio England begon.
259 Boys will be Girl Group, or the Johnettes. Between 1958 and 1965 the sound of Girl Groups reigned high in the US Top Ten. Though the songs of these groups appear quite simple to the ear, the music and lyrics contain subtle and suprising innovations. Next to the rhythm and blues and the rock 'n' roll — Greg Panfile shows — this style of popular music exerted an important influence on the music of the Beatles and their fellow musicians of the British beat explosion.
260 Homeward Bound. Wat hebben Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Richard Fariña en Paul Simon gemeen, behalve hun sterke verbinding met New York? Alle vier maakten ze belangrijke plaatopnames in Londen, nog voordat ze internationaal, en zelfs in hun moederland Amerika, doorbraken.
261 Carl Kingston travels back to 1977. In 1977 Carl Kingston boarded the MV Peace. Interviewed by Hans Knot, he tells us about what happened that year up and around the off-shore radio station Voice of Peace, airing its music as well as its message of peace for the coast of Israel.
262 Rare pictures from radio's past: Radio London (9. Deejay's discourse - 2). Radio London: 9. Deejay's discourse (2). And again in alphabetical order the next fifteen Big L names, ranging from Lorne King to John Yorke.
263 "Gewoon lol, ze hadden er gewoon lol in". Als Pascal Posé maakte Ulf Posé in 1968 deel uit van het deejayteam van het mislukte zeezenderproject Radio Nordsee. Vervolgens werkte hij onder de naam Hannibal bij zeezender RNI op het zendschip MEBO II. Tot 1980 was hij aansluitend, nu als Ullrich, drie en een half jaar in dienst van Radio Luxembourg en daarna, ditmaal onder zijn eigen naam, liefst zeven jaar bij de WDR. Martin van der Ven voerde een lang gesprek met de man die achter al die namen schuilgaat.
264 Documentary photography in the 1930s. In the wake of the Great Depression two photo documentaries visualised the conditions of work and life of the American farming population, suffering the calamities of drought and economic poverty. Here, Hans Durrer discusses both these projects that were instrumental in defining documentary photography.
265 "They wanted us to sound slick, pacy and fast". At the height of the offshore radio boom, for almost a full five years, Roger Day worked as a deejay for Swinging Radio England, Britain Radio and Radio Northsea International. Here he is interviewed about this period by Jelle Boonstra and Hans Knot.
266 68 Venus-songs en -albums. Bijlage bij het artikel: En Venus was haar naam ... De vele gestaltes van Venus in de popmuziek. Relatief bezien zijn er maar weinig popsongs die in hun titel of tekst de naam van Venus vermelden. Op deze pagina zijn er toch nog bijna zeventig bij elkaar gebracht: een mooie steekproef waaruit blijkt op welke manieren Venus zich in de popmuziek kenbaar maakt.
267 Soundscapes Zeezender Discografie: songs (R) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune. Een discografie van bijna alles wat ooit over de zeezenders op single, EP, LP of CD is uitgebracht. Met op deze pagina een overzicht van songs (R) die werden gebruikt als deejay- en programma-tune.
268 The making of the young Paul Alexander. In the late Spring of 1973 two stations, both calling themselves Radio Caroline, were airing their programmes: one in the English language with a Top-40 format, the other in Dutch with an easy-listening format. In those days, Hans Knot frequented the MV Mi Amigo and the Caroline offices at the Van Hoogendorpstraat and befriended many of the people working at these centres of radio-activity. Among them was a young lad by the name of Paul Alexander, or rather Paul Alexander Rusling, who desperately wanted to go out to the ship. Now over thirty years later, he wrote down his memories of those days.
269 On seeing. Our human disposition, strengthened by a positivistic world view, has made us all subject to the primacy of vision. So, we tend to believe that what a photograph shows us, must inevitably be true. But, as Hans Durrer argues, the medium has its own reality.
270 Locating Louis Simão in the Toronto Latin Music community. Ontario hosts an active Latin Music scene. In this urban setting, authenticity clearly is at play. However, just as their audiences, the artists involved don't seem to care much for what constitutes authentic Latin music. Instead they are pushing the boundaries by focusing on the intertextuality of the music and the sonic gesture of the performance. In an ethnographic dialog with musicians like Louis Simão, David French and Rich Greenspoon, Andrew Scott looks deeper into this matter.
271 Their production will be second to none. Last June the Beatles' eighth album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band celebrated its 50 years. The success of the album marked the rise of the recording studio as an important instrument for the production of popular music as well as a recognition of the role of the producer. Discussing both Abbey Road and George Martin, Francesco Brusco here highlights the influence of the recording studio and its aesthetics.
272 Rockin' and rollin' met Radio Caroline North. Nog juist vóór de paasdagen van 2004 vond Hans Knot in zijn brievenbus een nieuw boek van auteur Robert Preedy met als onderwerp Radio Caroline North, het offshore station dat in de ether was tussen maart 1964 en maart 1968. Hans Knot las het boek in een stuk uit en geeft hier zijn mening.
273 De invloed van de radio op de popmuziek. Een essay over de geschiedenis van de Nederlandse popradio door Hans Knot en Arno Weltens.
274 Rare pictures from radio's past: Radio London (4. Formula radio). Radio London: 4. Formula radio. Radio London worked on the principle that people like packaging, and used the system of 'Formula Radio' and top 40 format. The programme controller's job was to present the formula to the average British listener, and to adapt it to the public's taste. Radio London and its deejays proved that people wanted the top forty records in Britain.
275 Looking back at Caroline with Mike and Tom. From Easter 1964 on, when the offshore station Radio Caroline came on air for the first time, its listeners were won over by the deejays. In the late summer of 1988, in the Essex Radio studio, Robert Chapman interviewed two of them: Mike Ahern and Tom Lodge.
   
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