This Reality – Podcast No 51
Episode 51 – 45 minutes running time
This week the best podcast in the world in Oxfordshire (probably) changes its spots completely! In Episode 51 we look at a day in the life of a professional music reviewer and listen to five artists who have been reviewed by the presenter of This Reality Podcast (Brennig Jones).
So there is no ranting this week because it would be inappropriate to rant about things whilst examining aspects of reviewed artists’ work; in Episode 51 it’s all about the music and the artist.
Next week we’ll almost be back to normal with a One Year Anniversary ‘special’! Yay!
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The top quality music in this episode is:
1. The Forces, the first movement from Mark Béziat’s symphony Victory of The Spirit (
2. The Yearning of The Soul, the third movement from Mark Béziat’s symphony Victory of The Spirit (
3. Always With Me, from Katie McMahon’s album St Patrick’s Day (
4. Welcome to the School, by IMARI toNES from their album God Has No Name (
5. Inside You by Lost in October from their album Looking Towards (
6. V (instrumental) by Into The Light Carol Anne from their EP Symphony for Dolphin and Duck (
7. Change by Kevin Cosgrove from his album Socks For Dinosaurs (
And in between these exceptionally above average choices of brilliant music, we also bring you:
Nothing. No ranting at all. This week it’s all about the music, how the music was made, how the music was played and how the music should be listened to.
All tracks are played with the permission of the artists and/or their management. Now go and visit their websites and give them some love for giving us such brilliant sounds. Or give them a hug at least!
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