electrical language no 173

Play – 38:49 mins (right-click this link to download)

Yes, that is my hand in the photo.  This podcast is recorded outdoors, and you will hear me indulging in self-pity and playing 7 great tracks.

The Winter by Balmorhea

Depart by OpenChords

Nueva Sombra by Cineplexx

35mm by Oliver Benjamin Thayer

Jackson Pollock by The Pin-Up Girls

Walking Shoes and Cortes & Pizarro by Slim

The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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8 responses to “electrical language no 173

  1. HI Gabor, I just checked out your podcast and I thought it was very professional sounding, great sound quality and your and you are an excellent host, very friendly and informative at that about the tracks, and give intersting clips into your own llife as well. Which I thought was real nice. Loved the music you played. And thankyou for the mention on your great show as well. I’am Looking forward to your next show and I’am going to be a regular listener as well to great pod casts as well in future as your shows that good.

    Best Wishes. Dawn aka musictomyears. from Jamendo

  2. Take to the hand! Hope you are alright….lol. Great podcast and I liked that you let us know you were outside. Helps set the mood. Cool!

  3. Lisa – did you mean “Talk to the hand”? I was wondering whether to put that in the first line of the show notes. The hand is healing – just looks crunchy and not very nice.

    Dawn/mtme – Thanks. I’ll be dipping into your reviews on jamendo from time to time.

  4. Very supprising to me to hear my music on someone else’s blog! And very happy that you like it enough to use it, even if the french talking may sound strange to your ears…

    And very please to discover your blog… Nice to hear your voice. I will be back.

  5. Hey Gabor, the sound was fine despite recording outside – heck, it’s summer. Spend as much time out of doors as you can.

    – Gator

  6. OpenChords – no, your speaking in French did not sound strange to me. Actually, I listened very carefully, and thought it was both interesting and effective.

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