It’s raining, and I’m listening to an electrical language

Yes, a horrible rainy day in Hampshire. I’m actually listening to an old electrical language, no 140. It’s quite good, so why not give it a listen?

And, it’s making me think that I ought to record another one soon, so who knows…

Play – 41:28 mins (click button) (right-click on button to download)
Sorry, it’s been a busy weekend, so I’m late posting the podcast. It’s been up since yesterday morning, so if you subscribed, you’d have got it by now.

Anyway, a mixed bag, with a rocking start, and a Rockford (style) end…

 

Career Club – Skatta-Do and Hold A Candle

 

 

Vic Kingsley – Last Satellite

 

 

 

The Ponsonby DCs – Pluto’s Not A Planet Any More

 

 

 

Filmic – Gear Shift

 

 

 

The Rollo Treadway – Kidnapped, Dear Mr Doe and Avenue X

 

 

 

This week’s soundbed music is Rachel Dreams by Map. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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