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I Hear a New World Podcast- Stacks of Wax Vol.9

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The latest edition of I Hear a New World is available for download here, and at http://ihearanewworld.podomatic.com/.

This edition of I Hear a New World focuses on stacks of wax that I have recently acquired from the fantastic record store called Exiled Records. Today's recipe features two slices of goodness from the Sublime Frequencies stable, a heaping helping of psych-jazz fusion, a spoonful of blues and a dash of fuzzy, afro-funk for extra flavor.

Artists featured include The Panthers, Sic Alps, Miles Davis, Psychedelic Aliens, Group Doueh and Jimi Hendrix. For the complete tracklist, please check out Eclectic Grooves.

Here is the complete tracklist for this edition of I Hear a New World.

Stacks of Wax Vol.9
1) The Panthers- Malkaus-2:47
2) T.K. Ramamoorthy- Gowla- 3:21
3) Pearls Before Swine- The Surrrealist Waltz- 3:27
4) Sic Alps- Ranger- 3:26
5) Love Cry Want- Angel’s Wing- 4:46
6) Miles Davis- Water Babies- 5:06
7) Jimi Hendrix- Easy Blues- 4:30
8) The Psychedelic Alien…

Back From the Ether

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Wow, I don't even know where to begin here. Lately, one thing or another has intervened into my life that has prevented me from posting on the blog.  I apologize to those of you who have been yearning for that latest taste of  rare choice cuts coming straight from the vinyl market.  One development is that I experienced some problems with my Podomatic account, and I had to delete most of my podcasts for the lack of server space available. However, I hope to be able to archive these podcasts soon on Eclectic Grooves so those of you who still wish to check out the older podcasts can do this at will.

Aside from this, I have been seriously thinking about what direction to take the blog in because it doesn't seem to be generating the same type of interest that it did when I first started the blog. I have realized that the main thing that has changed since I started the blog is my available time and space to write new posts.  Because I was unemployed when I first started Eclectic G…