Podcast: Sonic TALK102 - Better Late Than Never

The lost live show.....      10/10/08

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35:11 mins

SONIC TALK 102 - Picture me, red faced with a pair of donkey ears looking very ashamed and that's about right.. This episode is late due to a series of bungles by me - long story short, my local recording and backup both failed due to operator error. I blame the added pressure of the live show, and my incompetence, and the dog ate my homework. So, apologies to all our live listeners from Wednesday and also to the panelists who regularly give up their valuable time to join me each week (assuming they ever will again!). Very kindly Mark Tinley and Dave Spiers came back online yesterday to record a replacement. PJ Tracy and Rich Hilton were both up for joining us too but the timing just didn't work out this time - thanks anyway guys!. This weeks show covers: Punk meets butter as Johnny Rotten appears in a butter ad in the UK - we wonder if it's all gone wrong and at what point is it acceptable to take the money and run. Then Dave drops a massive hint on the next 80's band to reform, Mark shows us an interesting duet between Le Bon and Debbie Harry, then we discuss the new Roland Cakewalk V-Studio, ProTools 8 and a time/pitch conundrum for Mark. Remember... LIVE Recording EVERY WEEK!
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