electrical language no 170

Play – 42:04 mins (right-click this link to download)

Yes, I was 50 in the week.  I recorded the podcast after lunch with a few friends in the pub.  Hic!

Many thanks to everyone who sent me birthday greetings.

This weeks music:

Moving Target, by Douglas Kay from Edinburgh, Scotland

Barcelona by Sarah Burton from Toronto, Canada

Steal My Heart by Aaron Booth from Toronto, Canada

Panic by The Twisted Melons, from Glasgow / Mull of Kintyre, Scotland

Mess of Contradictions and Treasure It Because You Care, Natasha by Brassneck, from Farnborough, England

This week’s soundbed music is Traveller and White Dressed Tears by Ethnosonic (Hungary). The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.


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2 responses to “electrical language no 170

  1. Melinda said this, having listened to the podcast:

    “Sopron is the most Hungarian city indeed, it’s also called the Town of Fidelity. The picture to TELP 169 symbolizes that as a special landmark.”

  2. Hi Gabor. Only just got around to listening to podcast #170 – a bit slow on the uptake! Good work, and thanks once again for playing Brassneck’s tunes. Oh, and a belated happy birthday! Hope to catch you at a gig soon.


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