Don't Call It a Comeback...

I apologize for the station identification, but I needed to get some things sorted over the past few weeks. After reading through the thoughtful comments on my last post, I have decided to make a few changes around here that will hopefully encourage more readers to actively participate on the blog. For the time being, I have decided that I will not be going private with the blog. Second, there will be a couple new features premiering shortly; one that focuses on live concerts and another that is a continuation of a series I used to do on Ear Fuzz called Anatomy of a Sample. Third, I have decided to stick with Mediafire, but will no longer list the artist or album in the file name. Next, I will start password-protecting the links and the links will be placed in the comments instead of at the end of the post. Last, since the majority of commenters suggested that I focus on new posts first and upload old files upon request,  I have decided that this is the course of action which is best for me at this time.

Ever since an anonymous person left a comment about my podcasts being unlistenable, I have been searching for alternative ways to record my vinyl podcasts so there is less noise and better sound quality. Unfortunately, since my Olympus digital recorder doesn't have a line-in jack, the recordings I made so far have been  incredibly distorted and practically unlistenable. With this being said, I will go back to recording the podcasts the way I had been doing them as I don't currently have the funds to purchase a USB turntable, audio CD burner or a Pro package with Podomatic that enables me to have more space available to record podcasts at a higher bitrate. If anyone would like to help me purchase some new equipment or a Pro package with Podomatic to improve the sound of these podcasts, it would be greatly appreciated.  You can do this by visiting my podcast page at, and clicking on the Paypal donate button to help my cause.

Since I had already recorded a full podcast last Friday that wasn't worth uploading,  I have decided to re-record the same songs for tonight's podcast with new commentary in-between tracks. This episode of I Hear a New World is available to listen to here, and to listen\download here. I would like to dedicate this podcast to the listeners and readers out there who continue to support me through the good times and bad times.

I Hear a New World- Stacks of Wax Vol.13

1) Sandy Bull- Triple Ballades
2) Neutral Milk Hotel- Engine
3) Pink Floyd- Astronomy Domine
4) Firehose- Brave Captain
5) Psychedelic Aliens- Blofonyobi Wo Atale
6) Bill Withers- Who Is He and What Is He to You
7) Ornete Coleman- Friends and Neighbors
8) Pan Ron- Today My Friends
9) Eternal Tapestry and Sun Araw- Night Gallery Part III
10) Cate Le Bon- Fold the Cloth
11) Real Estate- Green Aisles

Total Running time: 55:22

Addendum: I have decided to use an alternate file-sharing service as Mediafire has been cracking down on many other bloggers recently. I will let you know what I decide on when I get to this point.


Holly said…
Good to see (hear) you :-)

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