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Old 09-09-2005, 03:52 AM
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Re: Thursday night
Its hard to play the tracks if u dont see the crowd in front of u. I have respect for Rob da Bank and Chric Coco. They dont see the crowd, but they pick tunes that builds the atmosphere.

And Karl did this job very well, it was pleasure for me to heard the selection. And Mr. Brian Eno was like surprise, its amazing track. (How did Karl get that track? From Eno himself, OMG)

Thanks Karl for that and ... please ... do it soon again
We all love your voice, its unique...

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Old 09-09-2005, 06:27 AM
jose m
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Re: Thursday night
was that his normal voice or his 1970's smashie and nicey radio one?
Old 09-14-2005, 10:25 AM
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DJ Koze - twisted and won't leave my head. Kind of reminds me of Daft Punk - Rollin' & Scratchin.
Animal Collective - utter madness. Weirdest record I've heard in a long time. Will play this to lots of people.
Melt Banana - rocking!
The Hidden Persuader - glitchy and beautiful, like a really great Aphex track.
Zoo Brazil - My favourite track played. Liquidy and just lovely. Makes me cry that this is unreleased, I want it right now.
Phantom Formation - dark and rinsing.
John Martyn - *wow*, this is one of the most emotional songs I've heard in a long time. Beautiful.
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Old 09-15-2005, 10:01 AM
Join Date: Sep 2005
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Re: Thursday night
Very interesting to hear the first track Quentin Harris' "Let's Be Young", which is great. Especially interesting is that the horn work in it is lifted straight out of the default loops "RnB Horn Section" in Apple's GarageBand application! Still, he's used it well.

I used it in one of my tracks with a little echo and distortion, but it's still recognisable:

Old 05-08-2018, 10:05 PM
Mew Mew
Join Date: Dec 1969
Location: Montreal
Posts: 520
Re: Thursday night
im looking for a recording of that broadcast... seems to be missing from my archive...
if anyone can locate it

BBC Radio1 One Music w/Karl Hyde 2005-09-08
Quentin Harris - 'Let's Be Young' (12") (NRK)
Phon.O - 'Kyoto Station 6AM' (CD - Burn Down The Town) (Shitkatapult)
DJ Koze - 'Don't Feed The Cat' (CD - Kosi Comes Around) (Kompakt)
Jason Forrest - 'Nightclothes & Headphones' (CD - Shamelessly Exciting) (Sonig)
Animal Collective - 'Bees' (White Label)
Melt Banana - 'Freak Magnet' (A-Zap)
Marcel Radulovich - 'Fabrica De Besos' (CD - Homenaja)
The Hidden Persuader - 'Corrupt Machine' (White Label)
Efterklang & Grizzly Bear - 'Horn Of Plenty' (White Label)
Zoo Brazil - 'Make You Mine' (White Label)
Aguayo/Rossknecht - 'Bounce A Round' (CD - Total 6) (Kompakt)
Phantom Formation - 'Over The Streets'
Paco Raball - 'Comerte Los Morros'
John Martyn - 'Anna' (Live Version) (Unreleased)
James Mason - 'I Want Your Love'
Brian Eno - 'These Small Noises' (Unreleased)
Rec_Overflow - 'No Olides Esto' (Spa.RK)
Pig & Dan - 'Untitled' (White Label)
Nina Nastasia - 'Brad Haunts A Party' (Unreleased) (White Label)
Mute Freak - 'Hole In My Mind'
Space Siren - 'Verschwende Deine Jugend' (Transformed Dreams)
The Ramones - 'I Wanna Be Sedated'
The Four Brothers - 'Vimbayi'
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