Transmission 2.7

SL207

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Here’s the latest selection from the Space Library – carefully curated and a little bit spacey. The wondrous Kahimi Karie gets us started with a lovely electronic puzzle called ‘Blue Orb’, a short diversion into the world of Stereolab then leads us into Patrick Cowley’s porn soundtrack music (believe the hype, it’s excellent). I’ll skim through the rest but Family Fodder again prove that they were the band that should have received far more accolades – and the same goes for the Gentle People whose ‘Superstar’ mixes a deep space ambiance with E.L.O. vocoder processed vocals. Let’s do this.

We Love Katamari Turn On Dots and Loops School Daze 1 Trevor Duncan - Other Worlds Vienna PML 29_ Tomorrow's World Family Fodder - Warm Science Fiction Dance Party Simply Faboo MP 107 - Pop In... Devil's Train As The Crow Flies Music for Film, Television and Radio, Vol. 1 1 Doctor Who - Devil's Planets Frequencies Will Move Together Presents_ Exclusively Talentmaker! Zodiac

1 – Blue Orb – Kahimi Karie (We Love Katamari – 2005)
2 – Electrocation of Fire Ants – Turn On (Turn On – 1997)
3 – Prisoner of Mars – Stereolab (Dots and Loops – 1997)
4 – Mockingbird Dream – Patrick Cowley (School Daze – 1980)
5 – Megadrive – Trevor Duncan (Other Worlds – 1981)
6 – Mr. X – Ultravox (Vienna – 1980)
7 – Current Affairs – Kerry Beaumont (Tomorrow’s World – 1980)
8 – Warm – Family Fodder (Warm 7” single – 1980)
9 – Man Out Of A Test Tube – The Science Fiction Corporation (Science Fiction Dance Party – 1970)
10 – Superstar – The Gentle People (Simply Faboo – 1999)
11 – Devil’s Train – Jacky Giordano (Pop In… Devil’s Train – 1976)
12 – We Cleanse This Space – The Advisory Circle (As The Crow Flies – 2011)
13 – Long Shadow – Harmonic 33 (Music for Film, Television and Radio, Vol. 1 – 2005)
14 – Dalek City Corridor – Brian Hodgson (Doctor Who: Devils’ Planets – The Music Of Tristram Cary – 1963)
15 – Guide and Receive – B(if)tek (Frequencies Will Move Together – 2003)
16 – Gepetto – Optiganally Yours (Presents: Exclusively Talentmaker! – 2000)
17 – Toro – Amedeo Tommasi (Zodiac – 1970)

Transmission 1.14

Transmission 1.14

Loaded  with artists that have never appeared on the show and including a small tribute to the late Eydie Gormé. Also – Hawaii 5-O meets Greensleeves. Magic.

Data 1 tbtmo18 Watch For Tsunami Presents_ Exclusively Talentmaker! Such A Dutchman (WD rip) The Yokohama Knights mtk123 - ...Meets Torsti At The Space Lounge Blonde Supernature Colossal Youth MOOG_ The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman Adventures In Stereo The World In Winter Images Lounge-A-Palooza The Moog Cookbook Break (Today Of All Days) Lamaze Gravure Universelle

1 – Stress – Alexandros (Data – 1985)
2 – Today Is A Good Day For Science – Printed Circuit (tbtmo18 – 2000)
3 – A Mighty Stillness [remix] – A Small Good Thing (Watch For Tsunami When You Feel Earth Quake – 2001)
4 – Oar – Optiganally Yours (Presents: Exclusively Talentmaker! – 2000)
5 – Nonsense – Ya Ya Choral (Such A Dutchman – 1982)
6 – Hawaii 5-0 / Greensleeves – The Yokohama Knights (The Yokohama Knights -?)
7 – Outer Edge Intro – Aleksi Virta (…Meets Torsti At The Space Lounge – 2004)
8 – Blonde – Patti Guesch (Blonde – 1995)
9 – You Never Know – Goldfrapp (Supernature – 2005)
10 – The Taxi – Young Marble Giants (Colossal Youth – 1980)
11 – The Moog And Me – Dick Hyman (MOOG: The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman – 1969)
12 – Summer High – Adventures In Stereo (Adventures In Stereo – 1997)
13 – The Winter Is Cold – Tomorrow’s World (El Christmas: The World in Winter – 1999)
14 – Black Hole Sun – Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gormé (Lounge-A-Palooza – 1997)
15 – Black Hole Sun – The Moog Cookbook (The Moog Cookbook – 1996)
16 – Octagon – Onyx (Break (Today Of All Days) – 1983)
17 – Clothes on the Bed – Geneva Jacuzzi (Lamaze – 2010)
18 – Strange Galaxy (The Theme To Phoenix 5) – Jack Arel (Gravure Universelle – ?)

The Space Library Transmission 1.14 First aired on basic.fm Tuesday 20th of August at 2000 GMT
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