Monday, July 20, 2009

Sound Projector Railway Special



This Friday you are invited to take your seats aboard the Sound Projector Radio Show railway special. Your footplate DJs Ed Pinsent (Driver) and Philip Sanderson (Fireman) will be playing a selection of sound and music inspired by and derived from the railways. This one off special will leave from the Resonance FM sidings at 5.30 sharp and the round trip will take 1 hour and 30 minutes. After returning to the sidings there will be a chance for refreshments later at a local hostelry. Update: an mp3 podcast of the programme is now available here. The full playlist is here as well as the stanadalone podacast player.

16 comments:

Steven Ball said...

smashing!

Philip Sanderson said...

Indeed!

Mister E said...

Very nice of Philip to give me credit, but this is all his idea...I'm merely there to stoke the boilers, and make sure we don't get derailed as we're laying down a few tracks...that's probably enough railway puns for now!

Philip Sanderson said...

Ah mister E, hope you like the Titfield Thunderbolt Sound Projector image...

Steven Ball said...

will you play requests?

Philip Sanderson said...

Sorry but there are no request stops on this route.

Steven Ball said...

Hmm, I hope it's no going to be all Station to Station and TEE with no chance of this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjJ4cVIg9ko
or this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOn0jhdzEuw

btw the RO is likely to be pretty much standing room only on Friday evening

Philip Sanderson said...

No it won't be all StS or TEE (though they may appear somewhere in some shape or form -Coconut perhaps) - it will of course be an eclectic journey with many interesting sight and sounds along the way....

Steven Ball said...

that's splendidly reassuring

Philip Sanderson said...

We always put the passenger sorry listener first

Steven Ball said...

that's the ticket

Steven Ball said...

hmmm, I don't seem to be able to get the Resonance stream where I am (damn University firewall no doubt), so I hope this will be podcast

Philip Sanderson said...

Yes Ed usually does a Podcast

Steven Ball said...

It's wonderful how in the modern world you can be late but still catch the train.

SAM RENSEIW said...

ah! right on track, with a fine train of (musical) thoughts. (working on he side as a musician, being a conductor on the train:- )

what a fine loco-motive:
i just downloaded the whole set, and am closely following the tracks.

marvellous:
sound time travel

Philip Sanderson said...

Yes a full head of steam -works quite well as an MP3 played on a train as well