Podcast: Sonic TALK112 - The Christmas Show

Youtube Orchestra yes, synth solos no, James Jamerson, Scarbee      18/12/08

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50:43 mins
TALK 112
Another live show this week - thanks once again to all who attended. As well as the Chat Roomies, I was joined by Rich Hilton from Nile Rodger's Crib Studios and touring member of Chic, PJ Tracy Emmy winning composer from Minneapolis, Dave Spiers - from GForce Software, makers of fine software synths. Also popping in is Mark Tinley - sound artist and all-round thinker. We talk of the Youtube Orchestra project, then we debate whether keyboard solos are acceptable at all, ever. Then its on to James Jamerson and the Motown house band which leads to Bernard Purdie's outrageous claims, while we're on bass it's the Scarbee Black Bass, and we close with what we want for Christmas, and discover something about our wishes that is familliar... So Happy Holidays to you all and see you on 7th Jan for our next show. Remember... Join Us Live!
Every wednesday at 4pm BST we record and stream live with a chat room for you to get involved in. So head over to Sonicstate.com/LIVE and check it out. Or set up a Skype account for people to leave comments (which may be played on subsequent episodes) or requests to be considered for a part on the show. You can contact using the Skype handle 'sonictalk' or if you want to use the phone, our number in the US is:

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