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  • Down in the groove - Library special.

    Never heard of this radio show before but spied it via b-music where those guys guested on the show.

    But its streaming a library special show.

    Lots of grooovy stuff here.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/netwo...eeds/groovesrm

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/leeds/content/a..._feature.shtml

    Mondo Di Domani - Mondo Di Domani (CAM)
    Echoes From Canyon - Guiliano Sorgini (Irma)
    Movin' - Studio G's Beat Group (Tenth Planet)
    Kermesse Non Heroique - Guy Pedersen (Telemusic)
    Hashish - Mirageman (Ariston)
    Fugitive On The Run - Pete Sander (Trunk)
    Poparock - Peter Merrick (Hudson)
    Shot In The Arm - Tilsley Orchestral (De Wolfe)
    Gloaming - L. Decosne (De Wolfe)
    Never Gonna Be A Skyscraper - Jonny Teupen (Selected Sound)
    Swirl - Alan Parker (De Wolfe)
    Come One Come All - Syd Dale (Amphonic)
    Wind It Up - Hartmut Kiesewetter (Crippled Dick)
    Who's Gonna Buy - The Lemon Dips (De Wolfe)
    Delhi Discotheque - Johnny Pearson (KPM)
    Story Board - Alan Hawkshaw & Alan Parker (KPM)
    French Kick - David Lindup (KPM)
    La Gang - Gianni Mazza (Fly)
    Big Fingers - Sound Studio Top Set (EMI)
    Transfer From The Modulation - Les Maledictus Sound (Dagored)
    Whistler On The Rocks - Eric Vanell & His Orchestra (Sonoton)
    Ustica - Lindok (Fly)
    Sequence Six - Gianfranco & Gianpiero Reverberi (Arista)
    Diodo - Blue Phantom (Kaleidoscope)
    Blow Your Mind - Electric Banana (Tenth Planet)
    Rollin' Bones - Cliff Johns (Blow Up)
    Two Lane Blacktop - James Clarke (KPM)
    Heavy Scene - Keith Mansfield (KPM)
    Organoboe - Paul Mille & His Orchestra (St Germain Des Pres)
    Hula Rock - Lew Howard All Stars (Trunk)
    Soul Clap '69 - The Duke Of Burlington (Wah Wah)
    Smokey - London Studio Group (De Wolfe)
    Last edited by sermad; 22-02-2005, 04:29 PM.
    www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

  • #2
    Originally posted by sermad
    Fugitive On The Run - Pete Sander (Trunk)
    Oooh, good track! I was in touch with Peter a while back, actually, and he's done a few CDs of his library stuff, 'Fugitive....' being one of them, which you can get from him direct. Actually, I'd better e-mail him again.....

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    • #3
      that seems to be a pretty sussed show covering all v.v. friendly genres - got some nice guest DJs in the coming weeks too. nice one Radio Leeds!
      new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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      • #4
        Yeah I would have liked to have heard geralds show.

        oh and james troubles.
        www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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        • #5
          MIRAGEMAN
          Wow! Maist gran'!
          Ah'm afta dis un:
          "Thunder and Lightning" ('72 Ariston).
          Any quare diggers 'eard it?



          Said to be reel cheese, but alser his ainly "proggy" lp.
          Ah be told Mirageman's orther lps be best avoid'd:
          "Music Cocktail" '69
          "Per voi .."'70
          "Thrilling" '70
          "Alto gradiuto" '71

          Ariston wert crackin' guid prog label wiv favs lik Clowns an' Planetarium "Infinity". (Or be th'later arssy-versa?)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by wallace
            MIRAGEMAN
            Wow! Maist gran'!
            Ah'm afta dis un:
            "Thunder and Lightning" ('72 Ariston).
            Any quare diggers 'eard it?



            Said to be reel cheese, but alser his ainly "proggy" lp.
            Ah be told Mirageman's orther lps be best avoid'd:
            "Music Cocktail" '69
            "Per voi .."'70
            "Thrilling" '70
            "Alto gradiuto" '71

            Ariston wert crackin' guid prog label wiv favs lik Clowns an' Planetarium "Infinity". (Or be th'later arssy-versa?)
            Eee ban, yop e jip fold t'sarns reet don lob pooke treet! Shor leaf pharn soom popa wux iv thar pop et rar on't preshus weblet, yus?

            Innit .

            Help us out, wallace - it's hard work mate!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Belson
              Eee ban, yop e jip fold t'sarns reet don lob pooke treet! Shor leaf pharn soom popa wux iv thar pop et rar on't preshus weblet, yus?

              Innit .

              Help us out, wallace - it's hard work mate!

              Is it 'Yip Jaap Stam is a big Dutch man'?

              It seems to be pissing Burns night round VV Towers at the moment!!
              Jet Boy stole my baby.

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              • #8
                Wallace sez:

                'I say, you fellows - that Mirageman chappie's recorded output is rather spiffing, and I particularly desire a copy of his LP 'Thunder and Lightning' ('72 Ariston). Have any of you chaps heard it, perchance?

                It's alleged to be a touch on the cheesy side, but also his only LP in the Progressive Rock genre.

                I am reliably informed his other LPs are rather poor, alas.

                Ariston LPs are superlative examples of progressive music, with favourites like Clowns and Planetarium 'Infinity' (or in the case of the latter, possible vice versa.

                Chin Chin, old bean!'

                (No offence intended to anyone - I'm a nice chap really! )

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lord Thames
                  Wallace sez:

                  'I say, you fellows - that Mirageman chappie's recorded output is rather spiffing, and I particularly desire a copy of his LP 'Thunder and Lightning' ('72 Ariston). Have any of you chaps heard it, perchance?

                  It's alleged to be a touch on the cheesy side, but also his only LP in the Progressive Rock genre.

                  I am reliably informed his other LPs are rather poor, alas.

                  Ariston LPs are superlative examples of progressive music, with favourites like Clowns and Planetarium 'Infinity' (or in the case of the latter, possible vice versa.

                  Chin Chin, old bean!'

                  (No offence intended to anyone - I'm a nice chap really! )
                  Blimey, I understood that, what what!!! (Your posts were doing my noggin in Wallace but, now you're making sense, welcome aboard ). Tally ho and toodlepip.
                  You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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