Friday, April 10, 2009

- Podcast 14 in all its glory

 Peel enjoying bathtime, apparently

First up, and what better way to get things swinging than with a track from the glorious days of rampant sampling, we have Eric B and Rakim’sI know you got soul’ as it appeared in the 1987 Festive 50. This if followed by ‘My circuitboard city’ by The Wombats, Micachu’sGolden phone’ which you’ll either love or hate and Mando Diao with the track ‘Give Me Fire'. Blatant cutting and pasting next with Davy H's ruff roots reggae mix, stolen directly from his exquisite blog and deposited here for your delight. We have Jackie Edwards with 'Invasion', Jackie Edwards with 'Invasion' again, Culture’s 'Natty Dread Takin' Over' and finally Eek A Mouse with 'Heroes Dead and Gone'.

Peel sessions featured this time round are Freddy Fresh's session from November, 2003, for which I have Steve to thank. There’s also the culmination of the White Stripes' 2001 Maidas Vale session, the first half of which featured in the last podcast, as did New Order’s first session, the the second Peel Session from 1982 appearing this time round with the tracks ‘Turn the heater on’, ‘We all stand’, ‘Too late’ and ‘5-8-6’.

This podcast also features Empire of the sun'sWalking on a Dream’, the 1990s track ‘Vondelpark’, Mute Math’sSpotlight’, The Bravery with ‘Believe (Moon version)’, The Job with ‘Killer’ and Blue October’sDirt room’.

Download and listen now links are here. Enjoy.


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So It Goes said...

Thanks for the link, Adam! I've been taking it easy for a while, but hope to get back into the fray. Shame about your spam, egg chips baked beans and spam, spam spam spam...
Take care buddy, it's been too long. My fault I know.

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