Saturday, August 12, 2006
podcast, episode 8
No hip-hop music this time, but thanks to a suggestion from Ray, this podcast features songs about that crazy, mysterious, and wonderful thing we call love - which is my interpretation of Ray's prompt to get "songs you want to have played at your wedding, because this wedding business is not crazy enough as things stand." Haha, Ray. ;)
You can download it directly from this link right here. (right click & save as)
The podcast is about ~37minutes long, and is 34mb, 128kb mono MP3.
Playlist of songs in the cast:
1. Marvin Gay & Tammi Terrell - You're All I Need To Get By
2. Al Green - Let's Stay Together
3. Stevie Wonder - You Are the Sunshine of MY Life
4. Joe - All That I Am
5. John Legend - Stay With You
6. Sade - By Your Side (Neptunes remix)
7. Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You
8. Norah Jones - Those Sweet Words
Background music :
My Sassy Girl OST - Love and Longing
If you're interested in more, check out the IIStix podcasting project. Links to previous GarPodcasts....
-Podcast 07 - "Mystery" Theme + Hip-Hop
-Podcast 06 - Reggae / Dancehall Songs
-Podcast 05 - Cover Songs
-Podcast 04 - Hip-Hop Music Sampled from Movies
-Podcast 03 - Music Heard in Movies / TV / Anime / Video Games
-Podcast 02 - Miscellaneous
-Podcast 01 - Songs from Seattle Area Bands
Warm Beach 2006 is coming up! I'm really forward to working with the young 'uns again and enjoying all the joys of "camp". Heh heh.
look forward to ur next cast. woohoo.
my favorite one of these days is the one that plays all those old school stuff from back in the day. memories. #5? the one with garacapella. hehe.
looking at your list, for some reason the reggae one hasn't popped up in my playlist in a long long time. hmmm.
You mean #5, the cover songs? Yeah, it had the "garacapella". Haha.
You listen to 'em at work with your broadband connection, eh?
the bb connection is most helpful in dl-ing them. (as well as viewing videocasts.) but from there they are transferred to the itunes playlist.Post a Comment
p.s. yesterday, one of the word verification words for this commenter had two dots on top of a 'u'. an oomlot? how the hell am i suppose to type that one?