Ken Hollings: Welcome To Mars radio series

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8 Responses to “Ken Hollings: Welcome To Mars radio series”

  1. Michael Slater says:

    iTunes store also isn’t working for me.

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  2. bbreader says:

    Welcome to Mars has exceeded bandwith. Anyone have other links?

  3. jmccw says:

    this is really great. kind of a cross between spaulding gray and james burke.

  4. Brother Provisional says:

    I really enjoyed Mr. Hollings’ podcast. His work is like spirit photography of the mid-century zeitgeist. I can’t wait to read the book.
    Also, the soundtrack provided by Simon James in an of itself justifies listening to the entire broadcast. Anyone with an ear for early electronic music will be truly delighted. In a similar vein, James also produced a podcast which was written and presented by Ian Helliwell called “The Tone Generation”. Its one of the best collections of early electronic music I have ever heard.

  5. Mojave says:

    I hope this sounds as good as the blurb makes it out to be. First thing I thought of when I read it, “Wax: Or the Discovery of Television among the Bees” Anyone else ever see this flick?

  6. simonsound says:

    Hi

    The bandwidth issue is now fixed. Not sure what the problem was with itunes.

    Thanks for the kind words on the series. Having been lucky enough to get a little sneak preview of the book I can say that it is well worth getting. It expands upon all the material covered in the radio series and more.

  7. David Pescovitz says:

    BROTHER PROVIIONAL@2, I haven’t heard The Tone Generation. Sounds fantastic though! Thanks!

  8. David Pescovitz says:

    You can also find it via the iTunes store.

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