A weekly podcast from Eamezey playing an eclectic mix of music and mashups from here, there and everywhere.

Thursday, 7 August 2008

Show 26



Welcome to Show #26 of the Eamezey Podcast Show!

First show for a while, apologies for that. Plus, first normal show for a while too. If you're expecting the 3rd part of the OC specials, it will come soon, once i've collected the tracks and clips.

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Please leave a comment, let me know what you think of the show :)

Tracklisting:

Alabama 3 – Woke Up This Morning
Material & William S Burroughs – Seven Souls
Deep Dish – Flashing for Money (Dire Straits vs Deep Dish)
Bobby Martini – Killer Client (The Killers vs Client)
Eamezey – Don’t Stop the Night (Rihanna vs P Diddy)
Chicane & Bryan Adams – Don’t Give Up (Flashback Track)
Alphabeat – Boyfriend (Record of the Week)
Leona Lewis – The Best You Never Had
Lemon Jelly – In the Bath (The Annoying Link)

Del Amitri – It Might as Well Be You
Scatman John – Scatman (Ski-Ba-Bo-Ba-Dop-Bop) (Guilty Pleasure)
Santana & Chad Kroeger – Into the Night
Visage – In the Year 2525 (Cover Me)
Vitro & South Park – Mentally Dull

4 comments:

t said...

Hi Tom,
Loving the shows. Hope the break means that good things are happening for you.
I have gone back to the old shows and even found the moment when the ben folds track from the into is played which did make me smile.
Glad you went and got a better mike. I must say that by shows 4 and 5 the music selection is getting pretty awesome. Nice to go back and hear some older stuff too.

I did also like the OC series. I never watched a whole episode myself thou I do love the main theme and loads of the music from the show. I guess the fact that these shows were something different to listen to while cycling all over London.

If there is an recorded version of your radio show that would be cool but just a thought.

Thanks for 26 great shows.

Yet another guy called Tom.

Tom 'Eamezey' Eames said...

Hey Tom

Massive thankyou to your comment - it's the first I've recieved for quite a long time as you can see! So always good to hear that people such as yourself are enjoying it. I've been away for a couple of weeks, but funnily enough just before I saw your message I was just compiling the tracks for my next show. So it should be up in a day or so. Where did you find the show by curiosity? I have recorded a couple of my radio shows, so maybe i'll upload highlights at some point too, good idea :)

Cheers again,
Tom

t said...

Hi,
I found it through Scott's podcast ramdom thoughts.
Glad you are working on a new show.
Love your mashups too.

T.

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