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    Late Junction had a vinyl only special last night, which involved Andy Votel scouring the BBC record archive -( 800,000+). What impressed me was not just the depth of his knowledge ,but his ability to retrieve said knowledge out of his grey matter at the drop of a hat.
    Well worth a listen.

    Playlist and listen again below:


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08mdly5
    record licker

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    Cheers relkeel sounds well worth a listen. Late Junction has to be one of the most unique long running radio programmes on the BBC these days.

    Originally posted by relkeel View Post
    Late Junction had a vinyl only special last night, which involved Andy Votel scouring the BBC record archive -( 800,000+). What impressed me was not just the depth of his knowledge ,but his ability to retrieve said knowledge out of his grey matter at the drop of a hat.
    Well worth a listen.

    Playlist and listen again below:


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08mdly5
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    • #3
      Brilliant! Hearing those 'voices from the vault' - the Votel vault you may actually say - was a dose of potent dope, let alone Angelo and Eighteen`s 45 that I am never tired of listening to both on the go and at home. Encyclopedic gray matter Mr. Votel is.
      DANCE TO THE RADIO

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      • #4
        Excellent stuff. Bagsy Nigel's job when he retires.
        Cheese Please Louise!!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by relkeel View Post
          Late Junction had a vinyl only special last night, which involved Andy Votel scouring the BBC record archive -( 800,000+). What impressed me was not just the depth of his knowledge ,but his ability to retrieve said knowledge out of his grey matter at the drop of a hat.
          Well worth a listen.

          Playlist and listen again below:


          http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08mdly5
          Halfway through the show so far - excellent stuff, this is why we pay our licence fee etc...



          They should make this a regular show - let us in there one at a time to pull stuff from the racks - especially those poor records that have never been borrowed.

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          • #6
            Awesome, will check this out soon.

            Without wanting to hijack the thread, I had to think of the time when Madlib got to browse through the Radio France archive.



            Talk about life goals, although Id probably only recognize 1% of the stuff those guys would know..
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            • #7
              Didn't realise Gong and Ame Son featured on that Bayle track.
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              • #8
                Splendid! Think he might have tried to escape with some of their records but https://www.instagram.com/p/BTTSMFnl_RT/
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                • #9
                  Thanks for the heads up on this. Very entertaining.

                  Wouldn't have minded if verity sharp had let andy talk a bit more

                  If there are so many LPs in the vaults, especially ones that have never been heard, it would make total sense to have a series ...

                  Invite more guests to make a selection.

                  I'm available.

                  Turbo
                  "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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                  • #10
                    veegee Field trip!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Turboellis View Post

                      Wouldn't have minded if verity sharp had let andy talk a bit more
                      Good point, could have also done without hearing Ella do "bewitched" - lovely though it is - in favour of some more weird sh*t...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by SirSlim View Post
                        Good point, could have also done without hearing Ella do "bewitched" - lovely though it is - in favour of some more weird sh*t...
                        It was almost as if they were scared of alienating too many listeners with the weird stuff so they put Ella and some dull (to me) folk in to keep listeners from switching to something else ...

                        Turbo

                        p.s. I love Ella, have done since I was about 8 (Dad's records)
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