Episode 040: Is there life after forty?

This time bringing you a bunch of tunes that have nothing in common apart from the fact that the original SIDs were all composed between 1984 and 1986. Also, I talk about an upcoming album release, and mention a couple of videos that you need to watch.

Stream this episode:

Download this episode: MP3 (37:08 minutes – 34.1 Mb)

Please notice that I’ll be taking a three month break from the podcast starting November 1st. But fear not, the Take-away will be back in February 2008. Stay subcribed to the RSS feed or the mailing list to get an alert when the show’s back on the air.

Music played:

  • David Hanlon – Druid
  • J Rooney – Zorro (Small Ensemble)
  • FTC – Comic Bakery (Electro) (from the album 01:04 Eternal)
  • Allister Brimble – Green Beret Full Orch –
  • Rauli – Spy vs Spy II (Late Nite Mellow)
  • Terminal Storm – Glider Rider (Gliding into a Sunset mix)

Stuff mentioned:

Unless otherwise stated tunes played on todays show are available for download from Remix.Kwed.Org, and from the HVSC. Leave feedback either by using the comment section, or by e-mail to C64Takeaway [AT] gmail [DOT] com.

10 thoughts on “Episode 040: Is there life after forty?”

  1. Alright Yan! Another takeaway!

    Glad to hear it old pal!

    Left ya a pin on the Frapper Map, there. Got a picture of me and my C64. It’s suitable for framing, or scene revival!

    – Andrew J. Leer

  2. W00t! Imagine my surprise a brand spankin’ new c64 takeaway – with the good news that more are planned and confirmation that Jan has a job to keep paying for the bandwidth to host it!

    It’s a good day.

    Now about the committing to not posting for three months… That’s a little harder to take. (grin) Maybe without the idea of “I need to put out a show” he’ll get bored and put together a show and surprise us all.




    see you in feb 08 looking forward!

  4. I was just re-installing my podcatcher and because of that re-listened to this episode of C64 takeaway…

    Can’t wait to see you back again later this month…I have missed the retro beats on my iPod. (might download the archive again when I haven’t got a backlog of other podcasts to listen to.)

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