Inside Martyn Ware & Glenn Gregory’s Record Collections

Haven’t you always wanted to hear 2/3 of Heaven 17 talk records? Sure you have! You’d be crazy not to! Since now they apparently have a regular gig on Ditto podcasting their raving faves and obscure alternatives, you have no more excuses. Listen here.

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4 Responses to Inside Martyn Ware & Glenn Gregory’s Record Collections

  1. Echorich says:

    pretty brill! I really want to get into “without x, there wouldn’t be y” segment!


    • postpunkmonk says:

      Echorich – I just listened to this straight through. Two hours is a bit long for a weekly podcast! That’s a lot of time for me to be sitting at my iMac with my headphones on. But it was funny! I loved where they tried to gross each other out with music the other would hate. I had not heard “Live & Let Die” since it was a number one single. Damn, what a piece of dreck! What was Paul Mc Cartney smoking? No wait – I don’t want to know!


      • Echorich says:

        I have computer ADD myself… I will have my itunes running, then jump to youtube or back over to someones playlist on mixpod constantly… I need to figure out how Apple’s iCloud is going to help me to hear what I want when I want. My itunes on my phone does a pretty good job, especially when I am driving around with the top down. Mr. Jobs needs to figure out how I can have a playlist in my mind play though my car/phone/computer…then I might be satisfied…


        • postpunkmonk says:

          Echorich – The Apple WWDC isn’t until tomorrow. Can’t you wait to see what iCloud portends until then? I suspect it will be more than just a music locker service. Hell, I still don’t have an iOS device but with clients breathing down my neck for iPad compatibility for their websites, it’s a foregone conclusion that I will have an iPad and and probably an iPod Touch [I’ll never have an iPhone – or any cell phone] some time very soon. At least I can deduct them as business expense. I’d never want them otherwise.


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