I remember its tagline used to be ‘Menggamit Memori‘. Of course, it has been changed to ‘Menggamit Kenangan‘.
Personally, I think Malaysians if possible, should avoid using English words with Bahasa Malaysia spelling, such as memori, famili, elaun, motivasi, etc.
Anyway, I am a great fan of the Malay music of both contemporary songs and classic Malay tunes of different rhythm; from lagu Asli and keroncong to joget or zapin.
I enjoy all those melodious Malay songs and music from the 30’s right up to the 70’s. I still have a couple of old Malay albums among my collection of old records or vinyls.
These days I listen to Radio Klasik a lot, especially these three programs: ‘Masihkah Kau Ingat‘ aka MKI, ‘Segmen Nostalgia‘ and ‘Malar Segar‘.
Other than Radio Klasik, each night I get my daily dose of lilting keroncong tunes from Best 104 Sensasi Selatan (now known as Best FM) on my radio.
I find Best104 streaming online connection from various sites on the Internet are not working at all.
For those of you who love to know more about Malaysian music from pre/post Merdeka, then listen to this podcast from BFM9.9.
Here is the link where you can listen to Radio Klasik Nasional online.
Anyway, for those who want to listen to Radio Klasik Nasional on your radio, here is a list of FM frequencies:
Kuala Lumpur/Selangor – 90.3 fm
Jerantut, Pahang – 89.9 fm
Perlis/Pahang – 98.7 fm
Tangkak, Johor – 97.4 fm
South Selangor – 88.7 fm
Kuantan, Pahang – 105.3 fm
Bukit Bakar, Kelantan – 98.5 fm
Jeli, Kelantan – 90.8 fm
Kota Bharu, Kelantan – 104.7 fm
Gurun, Kedah – 98.7 fm
Baling, Kedah – 91.7 fm
Bukit Tinggi, Johor – 92.9 fm
Melaka – 97.4 fm
Johor Baharu/Singapore – 102.9 fm
Taiping, Perak – 105.3 fm
Ipoh, Perak – 90.1 fm
Besut, Terengganu – 97.0 fm
Dungun, Terengganu – 98.8 fm
Kuala Terengganu – 89.7 fm
Negeri Sembilan – 88.7 fm
Cameron Highlands, Pahang – 101.1 fm
West Pahang – 100.1 fm
Happy listening. Enjoy…