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1. Denial Darling.mp3

Denial Darling.mp3

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2. Darling Dear Demo

Darling Dear Demo

A bass cover of Darling Dear by the Jackson 5 Originally played by James Jamerson on Bass. This track shows Jamie Woods playing in the style of Jamerson. Jamerson's signature approach was heavily improvised, working around the chord changes, using chord tones and leading notes to creating a flowing bass line throughout the song. Jamie has taken the same approach, using a transcription of Jameson's original line as a guideline in how to approach the line. This recording shows Jamie's understanding of chord tones, demonstrating his ability to create a bass line in a motown style, locking in with the drums and chord changes. You can find more about Jamie here: http://jamiewoodsbass.wordpress.com

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3. To Be In Love (Remix)

To Be In Love (Remix)

Early Adopted-"To Be In Love" (Remake of Sadistik & Kno's original, "To Be In Love") Lyrics: I could tell you... But you would never believe me... I can tell you a thing or two what it's like... Your eyes, iridescent Remembering your scent it’s Simply my make up, My remains, my remnants My elements, it’s what’s left of me She was the nucleus of this chemistry Tweaking beakers to make up the difference chemically I’m imbalanced Headless, Calico stallions Riding around a ghost town On the prowl for magic The owls fly at midnight In the hours they say nothing good happens I pray that I’m not a sadist Pray that it ain’t innate Inherited pain, I’ve aimed at you Has grew into something about myself that I hate Valedictorian of valetudinarians Without you I am ailing The casket comes closer With each ale cask we probe Love can be the difference if you fit in it If it’s open or closed I can show you a thing or two what it’s like… Obeying Murphy’s Law I’d withdraw From the Jameson If it wasn’t for the withdrawals Siphon diphenhydramine How did we dissolve? I can’t sleep I’m lost in the dark You’re my apnea The apple of my eye Even after the maggots have eaten both of mine Dearly departed Adhere to your calling I wasn’t there for you Darling, I’m sorry My famous last words That’ll surely gain traction as soon as I’ve passed on Won’t be that long I wish I never met you Not yet, I wish I destroyed someone that wasn’t special Do you know how many times the human heart beats in a day? I lost count after 100K According to my calculations You’re my coronary My coroner My precious palpitation

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4. Euphoric Garden 94

  • Published: 2019-05-12T21:03:28Z
  • By W!SS
Euphoric Garden 94

01- Jameson Tullar & Kaitlyn - Shadows (Chris Oblivion Remix) [Yeiskomp] 02- Neroun - Darling (Original Mix) [Pegasus Music] 03- Maratone feat. Robin Vane - Stay (Extended Mix) [Abora Progressive] 04- The Enturance - Sedna (Extended Mix) [Eximinds Airlines] 05- Aleksey Karpovich - Winter Sun (Sergey Salekhov Remix) [Delaforce] 06- Gayax - Into The Sunrise (Extended Mix) [Redux 138] 07- Sunset & Marcell Stone - One Way (Original Mix) [Edge One] (Tune of the Week) 08- Eximinds - Shambala (Extended Mix) [AVA White] 09- Triode - I Fly (Extended Mix) [Vibrate Audio] 10- Dahnniel - Ranger (Jorge Caballero Remix) [Praktical Black] 11- Terra V. - Exotic (Original Mix) [Pegasus Music] 12- Ralphie B - Fury (Photographer Remix) [Serendipity Muzik] 13- Ahmed Walid - Life (Nico Cranxx Remix) [Tecnomind]

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5. SNS Online Series 4 - Showcase! (Extended Trailer)

SNS Online Series 4 - Showcase! (Extended Trailer)

Enjoy our brand new extended trailer, featuring guests past, present and even future (well, two, at least!). With bitesized anecdotes and general contributions from Katy Manning, Jeremy Swift, Alan Yentob, Derek Fowlds, Andrew Edward Cullip, Gail Renard, Ann Mitchell, Oliver James Kelly, Carol Decker, Cherylee Houston, Toby Hadoke, Louise Jameson, Sandy Walsh, Michael Brown, Peter Tatchell, Stewart Willy, Terence Frisby, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Emma Stace Darling and Mark Elliott. All individual shows are available to be downloaded for free from the SNS Online Soundcloud page. Cover art by Andy Lambert (from an original logo by Vaishali Bhatt). SNS Online continues to offer an eclectic range of quality programming - free to download - to all like-minded people out there in cyber-space. These shows are independent podcasts produced to the highest professional standards and are non-profit making. So please enjoy, download and share these shows on all your lovely social media - as essentially that is our advertising! And please, please, please...offer feedback on the 'SNS Online' FB page or Twitter (ScratchNTweet). Shows currently in preparation... Hank Marvin - lead guitarist/The Shadows Alan Yentob - BBC executive/broadcaster. Color Theory - musician Jeremy Swift - actor The Beautiful Secret - band Mark Elliott - pop journalist The Winachi Tribe - band Big kiss, ScratchNSniffers! - Nick Randell X EXTRAORDINARY LIVES. ONLINE.

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6. KISS Presents Mix - 28th November 2016

  • Published: 2016-11-28T12:56:47Z
  • By LIANA
KISS Presents Mix - 28th November 2016

🌹🌹🌹 Was asked to make a 100% grime mix so came with a club inspired round-up of my fave tracks from this year, classic instrumentals + vocals, new bits and some R&G. 45 tracks in 60 mins. Full tracklist below 🌹🌹🌹 Glacci - Spirals ft. Kareful Sha Sha Kimbo - Double Drop Or All Nighter Teddy Music - Sambuca Rude Kid - One Take (Instrumental) Plastician - Japan Neffa-T - Hot Out There Drax - Nothing 2 Say Arma - Excuse Me (Wiley Vocal) Jameson - Urban Hero Shystie - Make It Easy ft. Katie Pearl, Crazy Titch and J2K Shannon Parkes - Critical Jack Hypes - I Ain't Talking (Mike Skinner Remix) Spooky - Fiesta Kid D - 2004 Teddy Music - Jeepers Creepers Wiley - Terrible Riko Dan - Ice Rink Vocal Chunky Bizzle - Darling Darling Neffa- T - Kunimitsu Althea & Donna - Uptown Top Ranking (Hostage Remix) Spooky - Trapped In London President T - Thug Life Deadcrow - Overload Nico Lindsay - Swift Finn - Had It Up To Here (Going Round) Dexplicit - Forward Riddim Distance - Badman ft. Killa P Spooky - My Boo (Alicia Keys 2006 Refix) Sir Spyro - Tekkers Sharky Major - Big 45 ft So Large and Grim Slickers Soloman - Bokeh (Sekko VIP) Crazy Titch - Gype Riddim (Plasticman Remix) 67 - 5AM Vamping ft. LD, Dimzy, Asap, Monkey & Liquez Usher - Good Kisser (Trends Remix) Mikey J - Mic Check AJ Tracey - Buster Canon As If Kid - Illicit JME - Man Dont Care ft Giggs Filthy Gears - Pulse X 2016 Skepta - Lyrics ft Novelist Filthy Gears - Filthy Hoe VIP Flirta D - Unlimited ft Bok Bok & Sweyn J The Bug - Iceman ft. Riko Dan Dexplicit - Bullacake (Audio Slugs Remix) Abra Cadabra - Robbery ft. Krept & Konan Mssingno - XE2 (Guy Akimoto Edit)

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7. SNS Online Bitesized Series 2 - Your Bluffer's Guide To SNS!

SNS Online Bitesized Series 2 - Your Bluffer's Guide To SNS!

The ultimate, compressed guide to the joy that is...SNS Online! Featuring extracts to wet your appetite from some of the best interviews in town! All are available to be heard & downloaded for free on the SNS Online Soundcloud page, or via Mixcloud (by searching for Nick Randell). Convert someone today by giving them a blast of ScratchNSniff, and win an SNS Online novelty shower cap. Their lives and yours will never be quite be the same...again! Also features extracts from our original show that aired every Wednesday evening on RTÉ Pulse, back in the day... Check out contributions from Katy Manning, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Peter Tatchell, Alex Goldburg, David Gold, Zarghuna Kargar, Sandy Walsh, Michael Brown, Oliver James Kelly, Andrew Edward Cullip, Emma Stace Darling, Lee Thomas, Mark Loverush Thomas, Ben Woodward, Ricky Philbin, Louise Jameson, Joe Lidster, Mark Elliott, Tom James, Sean Bayles, Gail Renard, Cherylee Houston, Toby Hadoke, Carol Decker, Ben McGarvey, Stewart Willy, Paul Joseph, Tim Benzie, Andy Cast and Terence Frisby. 'SNS Online' logo by Vaishali Bhatt. SNS Online continues to offer an eclectic range of quality programming - free to download - to all like-minded people out there in cyber-space. These shows are independent podcasts produced to the highest professional standards and are non-profit making. So please enjoy, download and share these shows on all your lovely social media - as essentially that is our advertising! And please, please, please...offer feedback on the 'SNS Online' FB page or Twitter(ScratchNTweet). Big kiss, ScratchNSniffers! - Nick Randell X EXTRAORDINARY LIVES. ONLINE.

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8. 1:9 Greek Wines Offer Ancient Wonders and Modern Flair

1:9 Greek Wines Offer Ancient Wonders and Modern Flair

It's got a long, storied history, but Greek wines still deserve more attention from today's curious drinker. Explore islands, indigenous grapes, and must-try reds. Wines discussed: @3:27 Gaia Wines 2017 Wild Ferment Assyrtiko (Santorini) @11:40 Nasiakos 2016 Mantinia Moschofilero (Mantinia) @16:16 Alpha Estate 2015 Hedgehog Vineyard Xinomavro (Amyndeon) Transcript: Welcome to Wine Enthusiast's What We're Tasting Podcast. I'm your host, Jameson Fink. Join me as we discuss three fantastic wines and why each one belongs in your glass. This episode, we're looking at wines from Greece with Executive Editor Susan Kostrzewa, who covers and reviews wine from the region. What We're Tasting is sponsored by Vivino. With the largest online inventory, Vivino finds the right wine every time, including wines from Greece. Download Vivino to discover and buy your favorites, and stock up at Vivino.com/wineenthusiast. Greek wines aren't getting enough due, and I think as modern wine drinkers we should be connected to a country that has such an amazing past, so Sue, thank you for being on the show. Susan Kostrzewa: Thanks for having me. Jameson Fink: Are Greek wines just not getting enough due? Why aren't they more well known, or are they better known than I think they are? Susan Kostrzewa: I don't think they're well known enough. I love Greek wines, and they've been making wine for 4,000 years. So you'd think with all that time we would have found out about them by now. But I think part of the issue is a pretty simple one. It's kind of surprising, I guess, in a way that this could hold something back, but the names. The names of the grapes, the names of the producers, they're in Greek. Jameson Fink: Yeah, right. Susan Kostrzewa: You know, it's all Greek to you and me. But it honestly, I think, for so many years the producers of Greek wines were labeling all of the wines in Greek. So only really Greeks in the US, so Greek restaurants, Greek people, Greek immigrants were drinking that wine. They were the ones who could read the labels. It scared everybody off, so that was one very simple thing. I think that kind of deterred regular wine drinkers from getting into it. Then you also have the whole retsina thing, which for many years in the US, retsina, a not very well-made retsina was what was being exported into the country. So a lot of people have literal and figurative hangovers from the retsina days. There's great retsina being made now, and I'd love to talk to you about that, but I think there's still, I run into a lot of people who when I say I'm rating and reviewing Greek wine, I love the Greek wines, and were like, "Oh, I hate retsina." It's the first thing they go to, so I think there have been some starts and stops along the way that have deterred people who should know about it from knowing about it. And thank God, like the psalms are the ones who started the trend in the US again. They were the ones tasting it. They were like, "This is amazing. You should know about it," and sort of gained momentum from there. Jameson Fink: Yeah. I mean, I'll be guilty as charged. I mean, I remember when I was a buyer at a grocery store, we had like one Greek wine. It was a retsina, and of course I became more knowledgeable after that. I remember actually when I was still working in there, some new wines were coming into the marketplace, and they were exciting and interesting indigenous grapes, but it's sort of like, I don't know if it's maybe like Chianti with the fiasco, the straw kind of bottle that people still associate like a whole region or a country painted with that kind of broad stroke. But I don't know, nowadays, and I think you mentioned what? Sommeliers, and of course wine buyers all over are doing with Greek wines as sort of championing them and getting them in front of people, which I think is the biggest reason. So the first wine I want to talk about is one this definitely been a darling of the sommelier scene, and...

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