My project for 2013

I decided to learn a new skill in 2013: I’m learning to play the mandolin!

Read about it in my new blog Captain Corelli and me, where you can also here my first efforts.

electrical language no 227

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I thought that I really ought to record a podcast in 2012; after all, it’s only 11 months since the last one.  So I took a day off work to remind myself how it’s done (and to do a couple of other things).  Anyway, it does seem to be all coming back.

If you want to look at my photos: here’s my photo-blog.

The 7 songs played today –

My Hit Song by John Parkes

I Love The Way You seal a Deal by Santah

Lock Me Up by Asatron

Karmageddon by Abbe May

B.O.T.S by Briscoe

Graham Calendar by Goodbye Motel

All Coming Back To You  by The Steals (the Soap Company remix)

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sorry if I’m spamming you!

I have just been told that a friend has had 18 notifications of electrical language podcasts by e-mail.

If this is happening to you, what I am doing is copying old posts from the original Blogspot blog to this WordPress one. So far, I have done back to no 98, so there are another 97 to go.

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…

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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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electrical language welcomes submissions of music. If you would like to submit music please read this post

the complete archive of electrical language podcasts is now at archive.org
Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licenced under a Creative Commons Licence

electrical language no 226

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video of electrical language 226

6 months after the last episode of electrical language, I am back.  For all kinds of reasons, including those mentioned in the podcast, I needed to take a break.

Podcast 226 was recorded in my friend Mark’s studio. in both video and audio format.  Even more worrying for me, it was all done in one take, in real time, so if I stumbled over my words there was no going back to do it again.  But it was fun, so I think we’ll do this again from time to time if Mark will let me.

By the way, Mark is the presenter of TTFN.TV – have a look.  And here are some photos taken in his studio.

I was hopelessly unprepared.  When I arrived at the studio I had not even chosen the songs.  I went through e-mails of song submissions over about the last 2 months, and chose 7 songs which all turned out to be really good.  I also slipped in a couple of older songs.

So, here they are:

Mic Check by Michael Sharpe

Spinning Into You by Blind Divine

Give Up by Low Roar

Drown Part 1 by Michael Sharpe

My Friend by Tom Jeefs

Dead Sound by The Raveonettes

Anything and As Long As I Don’t Cry by Bus Stop Dreams

Heather Nova vs Johnny Cash by Venture Electric

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electrical language welcomes submissions of music. If you would like to submit music please read this post

the complete archive of electrical language podcasts is now at archive.org
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electrical language no 226 is on its way!

It’s been recorded, so keep checking back.

Please remember the new url: electricallanguage.com

And the e-mail address electricallanguage@gmail.com

Countdown to no 226

I have started to put electrical language 226 together. It should be with you within a few days.

Many thanks for all the message of support!

Gabor