electrical language no 205

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Back with the first podcast for 4 weeks.  As you know, my father had a severe stroke.  He is now in the rehabilitation ward of Christchurch hospital.  He is making progress, but very, very slowly.  It will be a long process, but he is a fighter, I can see that he is determined to regain a worthwhile quality of life.

This edition of electrical language will also be played on Pulse 98.4 community radio in East Renfrewshire, Scotland.

This time it is Rowley from the Dark Compass podcast who interrupts to introduce 2 songs.

This week’s music (full links to follow):

Red River by Sonya Cotton (San Francisco, California)

Hubble by Markus Mehr (Germany)

The Way You Are (Eterman Chilli remix) by 46Bliss (New York, USA)

Eye Of The Storm by Switch Fusion (Wales)

Doing A Rock Star by Nero Zero (New York, USA)

Persist (Echo Beach mix) by All India Radio (Australia)

Stop Forgiving and Frantic by Hot Beds (England)

Zip by I Remember Tapes (England)

It’s A Good Life by Kongos (UK/South Africa)

T-T-Time by The Paper Scissors (Australia)

The soundbed music is Regression by Green Eyes. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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2 responses to “electrical language no 205

  1. Just finished listening. Enjoyed Red River, nice and start to the Podcast, intro was excellent.
    The Way You are remix was good. Loved Doing A Rock Star.
    I fancy keeping an ear out for Hot Beds, liked the sound.
    My favourites were It’s a Good Life by Kongos and T-T-Time Paper Scissors, best tracks of this podcast imo.

    Good stuff, well done!

  2. Pingback: “It’s a Good Life” on KXT 91.7 FM - KONGOS

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