Recorded in 1992 off the radio straight to cassette. The other 2 portions will be uploaded soon.
Michael Mixxin Moore. Some of the best hip hop radio LA has heard!
Alongside extensive club and mobile DJ work, Moor was one of LA’s early hip-hop radio pioneers, helming one of the first urban mix-shows in the country. After coining the much-used phrase “Traffic Jam” on KJLH in the early ‘80s, he had influential slots at other stations, like his groundbreaking “Militant Mix” on KCRW, where he blended pro-black source material, ranging from Martin Luther King Jr. speeches to the Last Poets and Public Enemy jams. He started LA’s first black-owned record pool in 1979, Moore L.A. Sound, which was later renamed Impact Record Pool and run by his protégé Dannie “Fut” James. He also enjoyed an influential stint on 100.3 The Beat.