electrical language no 210

L to R: Caroline, Codger, Dave

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The podcrawl special, recorded in The Bridge House, London, at the Summer 2010 podcrawl on 10 July 2010.  I spoke to 8 other podcasters, who each introduce a song, as well as to Sean from Adnams brewery.

Full links as soon as I can manage.

  • Colin chose The Bet by The Kiara Elles
  • Clithers chose Sissel by Jienat
  • Dave and Caroline chose Zinedine Zidane by Blueswerver
  • Codger chose Pisshead by The Miserable Rich
  • Rowley chose Agnes And TheShadowlamb by Jade Leary
  • Justin chose The Breeding Lady by Alice Rock
  • Stuart chose It’s OK by Modern English
  • Sarah chose Everything Beautiful Reminds Me Of You by Captain Dangerous

The soundbed music is background noise in the pub. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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One response to “electrical language no 210

  1. Hi Gabor,
    I’d just like to share with you an interesting fact. I really liked the podcrawl special edition of electrical language, so I googled all the artists on it.
    Dave and Caroline’s choice Blue Swerver is a fantastic nu-jazz band from London and Robin Greys plays bass with them. That Robin Grey, who was played on our first co-hosted podcast and several months later his song ‘Younger Looking Skin’ was presented.
    So with Blue Swerver, you can add Robin to your imaginary list called ‘Artists who appeared with more bands on electrical language’ 🙂
    And I’ve been always liked the records by The Miserable Rich, which was chosen by Codger.
    Best wishes,
    Melinda

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