Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Two

After the underwhelming response to my radio show, I thought I'd call it a day but Trevor Wilkes got in touch from Bleep Radio and asked if I would do a show for his website. So I did it and he's hosting it for me through his website.

The format is more or less the same as the first one, just me playing records from my youth and talking a little bit in between.
If you like it, please leave a comment to encourage me to carry on.

Trevor has also been kind enough to create a nice Flash player for me.
So you can either download the MP3 and listen later, or stream online with the Flash player.

Here's the second show:
DOWNLOAD

And here's the Flash player:
PLAYER

40 comments:

  1. one of the first things to remember about blogging is that, by and large, its a thankless task and most readers will completely take you for granted, so don't be discouraged by lack of comments, that's just the way things work usually. looking fwd to part 2. i'll have a listen tonight. nice graphix!

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  2. You never cease to amaze with your music knowledge and stories that go with each track... Very entertaining and enlightening.

    Keep the good tunes coming and bring them down to australia at some point soon!

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  3. hey ed its alex from bloc never normally bother leaving comments but you said you'd stop unless some people left them.

    Also, really this comment is worth three times the power of one because 3 people are listening to it - me, George and our flatmate jeremy.

    keep doing them they're really good!

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  4. keep it going, great job!

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  5. nicely ed, enjoying these, got a similar musical upbringing by the sound of it!

    respectacles.

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  6. love these; hope you keep doing 'em

    hope you come back to the States again soon!

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  7. Cheers for the mixes, this is the first blog I've ever subscribed to! - Luke's Anger

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  8. I just want to say, this is really good. Like the chat, the tunes and the edits. I want more.

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  9. what they all said, a diamond in a sea of shit - please keep em coming!

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  10. Ed!! Don't stop, are you crazy?! We need you!
    Wicked podacst no.2. once again, well done, sir.

    More please!!

    Bene

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  11. please dont stop the podcast, great listen ^_-

    ben (leeds, UK)

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  12. Keep these gems coming! this is my second attempt at commenting as it didnt work on my mac for some reason!

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  13. Don't Stop 'Till We Get Enough!

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  14. Ed! Fantastic podcast! Can't believe I only came across it the other day.

    Keep them coming :-)

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  15. right wicked, excellent format and a job well done. plz do more.

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  16. Thanks for the interesting podcast! I'd love to hear some more selections!

    madis, Estonia

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  17. This makes me wobble. Do not stop.

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  18. noice, the childhood i never had. ever buy any records that arn't quite so presentable? most of my mid-nineties childhood cd's have not weathered so well.

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  19. I just found out about these. Keep it up Ed! I just got done listening to your first podcast and it was nice hearing gems that I remember from the 80's and haven't heard since I was a youngin'. I've been a big fan of yours for years and it was awesome getting to hear you talk about the tunes, you seem like a really cool guy. Come to Seattle sometime!

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  20. 'good music choice mam' my 5 year old son said (i had to admit it was your choice-
    he's dancing now to 'acid' with some coathangers (how do i make him go to bed now??)
    i really hope you do many more- really excellent really apprecated- you've got me hunting down some of the classics that i weren't too sure who they were by.....
    i wish more people who read my blogs would leave comments too :)
    katie+

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  21. (p.s. didn't leave a comment earlier cos only just found your podcasts)*glad i have now tho-

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  22. Excellent podcast!
    A real gem.
    keep 'em coming.

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  23. Heyhey
    Compulsive music and super-interesting banter/biog. Respect to gutterbreakz (comment #1 above) for spreading the word on his blog, glad you're being disseminated. Love the Joey Beltram "wam wam / wam wam / wam wam / wam wam / wam wam / wam wam" bit - perfect imitation!

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  24. Very nice podcast !
    Enjoyed it a lot !

    Greetings from Holland

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  25. Great stuff, just stumbled across this today.

    Hope there's a promoter in Belfast with enough sense to get you back over here sometime soon.

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  26. more please. I have the first two looping when Im working. I love the mood. Its brilliant Ed, but then again almost everthing u do is...

    Cheers from Denmark

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  27. You've been stealing my record collection! :D

    _love_ it...keep goin!

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  28. I got here from BLEEP and I'm very happy you're doing this.

    THANK YOU!
    -josh heckadecimal

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  29. Super cool Ed. Keep it up for sure.

    I listened to One over and over and only just found Two & Three today. Cheers!

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  30. fucking wicked mate. from chelmsford

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  31. wow! few more than 3 comments here. ace podcast, ace tunes, ace voicey bits in between, love it keep em coming :)

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  32. yeah this makes john peel being dead a bit easier to take

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  33. Only got as far as half way through #2 but I am in heaven, HEAVEN! :)
    Wish I'd seen these earlier so you could've had the encouragement you wanted back in Oct 08 when you started this. Your story is similar to mine, my brother's & many others I'm sure who will want to share this memory of a hugely exciting time for hiphop, rap & all dance music. Simpler times back then, eh?
    Keep it going... I'll catch up soon enough! :)

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