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05 April, 2007

Podcast 21, 6 April 2007

Tracklisting 21 (download):

  1. Psy'Aviah - Creationism
  2. VolkanikMan - iNaDeM
  3. The Tonights - Tiptoes
  4. The Linn Youki Project - ¿No eres tú a quien busco?
  5. SoCalled - Passout for Passover
  6. Peter, Bjorn and John - Young folks (sitar mix) [Link to video of original mix] [Yank Sizzler #19]
  7. Ocote Soul Sounds and Adrian Quesada - Divinorum (Quantic remix) [Runout groove post]
  8. S - Falling [emusic]
  9. Douk Saga - Saga cité
  10. Duane Andrews - Isaac's blues
  11. Tanghetto - Blue Monday


Blogger cchang said...

That is coolest cover of Blue Monday I've ever heard. Is that an er-hu in the track??? WOW.

I beg to differ about the sentiment on Easter Songs...I, for one, place Paul and Storm's Easter song pretty darn high on my list. :) But, the Passover song is pretty darn cool.
Who gives a *boop* I'm going to have to use that one now.
A very grooving podcast. I LOVE the 1st track. its fits nicely between my Benny Benassi and Front Line Assembly.

As always, fantastic podcast.

17/4/07 17:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello! I am really enjoying you show and I love your John Peel-esq ethos of "I want to hear something I haven't heard before." I am cerrented ly downloading the back catalogue to get me through the last throws of my degree!


21/4/07 12:35  
Blogger Mr Rossy said...

Ello, i made sunday dinner listening to your podcast yesterday!!!

Really like that VolkanikMam track, The Tonights were cool.

But stand out track for me would have to be The Linn Youki Project, where'd you hear of these people?

I checked their site out and downloaded that track !!

And just when i thought i was sick of that Young Folks song, you play the sitar mix. Which was great !!!


23/4/07 11:12  
Blogger Mr Rossy said...

I'm just listening to the 1st Contrast podcast ever !!
That track:

Laibach - Geburt Einer Nation

It's the best thing EVER !!!!
No messing with those guys...

23/4/07 16:37  
Blogger SAS Radio said...

Yes Cindy, now I've gone back and tracked that P&S track down, I agree it's a pretty superior Easter song against the average. Glad to have learned something important.

Thank you very much Celia - compliments beyond my desert but I hope you enjoy the archive. And good luck with your degree - let us know how you get on!

I always thought that the true purpose of SAS Radio was for people to make food to. I imagine (with some confidence, obviously) that it plays in the kitchens of Gordon Ramsay's place. Anyway, Linn Youki was a chance find on one of my regular excursions to a favourite record label, BCore Disks of Barcelona. It's great what's out there.

And have you seen Laibach?

Btw Mr R, I'd e-mail some of this back to you but don't know how!

26/4/07 13:30  

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