For this week’s Holiday Cool Music Show, I invited Snowflake to “virtually” join me in the studio for the show, meaning she recorded a spoken word track and I cut it up and sliced it to make it sound like she’s in the studio with me. Fun stuff!
The track playlist is:
Peace on Earth by wellman (featuring Snowflake)
Birth Of Day by scott altham (featuring Snowflake)
Coventry Carol by The Suit, Inc. (featuring CiggiBurns)
Midnight Clear by Tenny (featuring panu moon)
Winter Sunlight by Alex (featuring Leza2unes)
The Holly and the Ivy (Wintersea) by Gurdonark (featuring Lisa DeBenedictis)
Solstice by Chuck B (featuring Snowflake)
We’re Gonna Need a Miracle ( Save Us ) Radio extended Vocal Mix by Loveshadow (featuring IceSun)
Amazing Grace by MC Jack in the Box (featuring Frank H. Carter III)
You can download the entire show podcast here. (44 minutes, 47mb mp3 file)
“Producer, Dj and all day music freak.- Old ass DJ-. Cant get enough of a good beat. -Djing for 30 yrs.- There is no instrument like the human voice. I love all kinds of music but i do have my favorites (hip-hop, r&b, Jazz, rock). In my ipod-Aerosmith to Vandross.”
J. Lang is one of ccmixter’s finest human resources and I’m happy to call him my friend although we’ve never actually met. I wanted to shine a little spotlight on him in the hope that others may find his music enlightening and his services worthy if you’re in need of a producer.
You can check out the podcast here. It’s about a half hour long and the file is about 37mb to download. It includes 5 tracks by J. Lang and a short 5 minute interview between us. Check it out!
I was recently asked to put together a short retrospective podcast of Murat Ses, a legendary Turkish composer and music producer, and one of the sound architects of modern Eurasian folk music. He’s been making some pretty interesting music since the 70′s and has been internationally recognized for his efforts.
The intro to this podcast is excerpted from “Binfen 2″ by Murat Ses.
Music Track List:
Thru The Valley
Download the podcast here. (mp3 format, file size is about 41mb)
Total play time is about 29 minutes.
I really enjoyed exploring his music and putting this together. I’m considering doing more of these “podcast profile” kinds of things, perhaps even splicing in interviews with the artists. Still feeling out the idea, but I’d like to keep the format to probably 4-5 artist tracks, 2 talkovers by me, and keep it to about a half hour. I guess if I did an “interview”, it would be 4 tracks, 2 talkies, and an interview. I like the idea of what I’d call “pocket podcats”, or what I use as my barometer… a trip on San Francisco Muni from the Panhandle to Downtown (my old commute). Something someone could put on their ipod and listen to on the way to work. Thoughts?