Saturday, November 27, 2010

Tone and Wave Podcast - Episode 3



Less big names on this one and a lot less talking.

Better music though.

I've mentioned before that I met my wife in England so her grasp of the English language is in the classic sense - not the 'new and improved' American version that I speak so she made me aware that the letter Z is pronounced zed, not zee as I pronounce it in this episode.
The Missus.


Apologies to those who are offended.

Listen and/or download HERE.

4 comments:

freddy vidal ("Fredloafer") fredska.rudee@hotmail.com said...

What a good version of "Do You Love Me" by The Countors ... I'm trapped in your podcast, Than You T & W ¡

Tone and Wave said...

You're very welcome Freddy.

I'm working on episode 4 with lots of selections from Rikard:

more Oingo Boingo, Kim Wilde, Stiff Little Fingers, XTC, and Olivia Newton John.


The Juniors - "Do You Love Me / Babylon" 7" 1980. I don't have an original and I don't have the b-side but I'm looking for it...

JJ Loy said...

Hey, it's been a long time since I've commented, but I'm loving these podcasts.

If you want to do a set on my radio show, Ska's The Limit, I'd love to have it.

shoot me an email, we'll hash something out.

JJ said...

ps. jjloy@stlska.org