Dave’s Lounge #110: Memory Lane Revisited

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So after listening to episode #20 again, I decided to go digging in the crates — so to speak — and looking for more songs created by the MP3.com-spawned electronic music community back in the day. There was actually a lot of really good music being created during this period. Perhaps it deserves another listen.

By the way, about that World Soccer Daily clip at the end of the show: Honestly, I didn't try to pass off All India Radio‘s music as my own. Steven Cohen just didn't quite get that Dave's Lounge was a podcast that promotes other bands and not actually a band itself. He made a bit of a mess of it there. Sorry about that.

Playlist for Dave's Lounge #110:

  1. void, "Sun in Her Hair"
  2. S.A. Fred, "Sunlight Breaking Through the Clouds"
  3. Adrian Bond, "Hobb's End"
  4. Fourier Wave Device, "Fat Girl in the Park" Hear more at: eMusic
  5. Sporophyte, "Herbie's Rooster"
  6. Danny K, "Swan Song"  Buy from: iTunes

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Dave’s Lounge #110: Memory Lane Revisited — 3 Comments

  1. These walks down memory lane are great, not to mention your stories to go along with the music. I spent a good hour or two trying to find out more about Red Joy Reid and the story you told about her(them). Keep up the great work!

  2. Whoa.
    Last week, I listened to your show over and over because it had such a great vibe. But most of all, I enjoyed your stories.
    So when my itunes downloaded this week’s podcast, I was absolutely THRILLED that you decided to do another round.
    Thank you Dave. As always, you’re just awesome.

  3. Dave,
    I listen to your episodes all day long while I work and I absolutely love them. You have opened me up to a whole world of music I never knew existed and for that I am grateful. I particularly enjoy your latest trips down memory lane. Keep it up. Thanks so much for producing the best show on the interweb.