January 24, 2007
so its been over almost exactly a year now since i made this 'hiho podcast', but after having trouble getting it to work as a legitimate podcast... i've decided to just go ahead and release it as my first hihocast. in the early minutes of the podcast you will here a blur of songs that have randomly been chose to represent the music on my computer last year. this .mp3 was created using an itunes signature maker. so.... some of this music may be a bit out of date, but its a pretty good representation of what i was listening to and enjoying at the beginning of 2006... a year of which i spent entirely immersed in the world of warcraft. i will have you all know that as of January 22nd, i am no longer a gamer. all my characters have been deleted, and any trace of warcraft has been removed from my computer. /cheer
so. without much further ado. here it is... careful, its a whopper of a file. any suggestions as to how to condense it a bit would be greatly appreciated.
Posted by james at January 24, 2007 8:44 AM
oh james, you can tell you made this a year ago from the itunes signature maker. that nice nice pick is infallible, i was really pleasantly surprised when it came on. i am REALLY digging on this.
Posted by: george at January 24, 2007 11:43 AM
also, can we get a track list?
Posted by: george at January 24, 2007 1:32 PM
thanks george! yeah... but im tired and lazy tonight so im just going to leave it here...
me.tiny tim.theme song.lil whyte.the ghost.alemayehu eshete.nice nice. aoki takamasa and tujiko noriko.echokrank.phew & sei-ichi yamamoto.otomo yoshihide's new jazz ensemble.khaela maricich.lucky dragons.dirty projectors.david bowie.kate bush.ratatat
i know the david bowie and kate bush track were pretty cheesy, but one day they came up on random and i couldn't stop listening to those two songs, so i had to put it in. musta hit a weird old nostalgia chord
Posted by: james at January 24, 2007 1:47 PM
nice! i love that khaela organ jam, never heard it before. I don't really care about the cheesyness though, I listen to "running up that hill" and "hounds of love" all the time.
Posted by: patrick at January 24, 2007 3:03 PM
James, what'd you use to put it all together?
Posted by: Luke at January 25, 2007 12:27 PM
use aac instead of mp3 if you want a smaller file.
Posted by: chas s at February 11, 2007 9:32 PM