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  1. 23 mins mix for JamieXX BBC1 radioshow

    DOWNLOAD This is a 23 minutes mix I did for Jamie’s takeover on Benji B’s radioshow, broadcasted on Thursday July 17th at 2:00 am. Listen the full show here: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04900m1 with some goodies from James Blake, Midland, Moderat, and more.

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  2. Ready 4 Airplay Summer Session 2014

    https://soundcloud.com/flashlitesproductions/ready-4-airplay-summer-session

    Kenny Loggins - Wait A Little While 1619 Bad Ass Band - Just For You Ambrosia - You’re The Only Woman George Benson & Michael McDonald – What’s On Your Mind Erik Tagg - Living Off The Love Grand Theft - Seven Wonders Rudy Norman - Back To The Streets Midnight Flyer - I Just Want To Love You Breakaway - Who Was It This Time Macky Feary Band - A Million Stars Joseph Nicoletti - Night Time Stars Jaye P. Morgan - Can’t Hide Love The Doobie Brothers - Minute By Minute Li’l Albert - My Girl Friday Phil Keaggy - Take Me Closer The Little River Band - Reminiscing Steve Eaton - Without You Jesse McFall & The Funk Elegant Orchestra - Thought You Ought To Know Mike Lundy - Love One Another

    Many thanks to La Homage and ZafsMusic for opening new worlds.

    The mix is made by hand, as always, without any mix software. only two CD Players, a DM500 and a CD-Recorder.

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  3. Let It Flow (Island Sounds, Harbor Grooves & Hot Tub Soul) by Les Fisher

    https://soundcloud.com/aordisco/let-it-flow-island-sounds-harbor-grooves-hot-tub-soul-by-les-fisher

    Many thanks to @les-fisher-1 for this exclusive mix of lost sounds from the 1970s.

    Track list to follow at: aordisco.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Jose Padilla – Solito

    Marianne approached the window, keeping well to one side and peered out between the bars. Beyond the little garden was a faence of high, uneven posts. Beyond the posts she could see the outlines of squat figures, standing round the garden like sentinels. She jumped back.

    ‘Mark! People, outside!’

    ‘Look again,’ Mark said.

    Marianne peered out, more cautiously than ever. The people stood in strangely stiff, unyielding positions. She looked fixedly at one to see him shift his position, give some indication that he was alive. But he stayed absolutely still. So did the others.

    ‘Oh,’ she cried in relief. ‘They’re not live people. They’re only stones.’

    ‘Be quiet,’ Mark hissed at her. ‘I told you. I don’t know if THEY can hear as well as see.’

    ‘See? How can stones see?’

    ‘Look! Don’t talk, look.’

    Marianne looked again. It was difficult to see much of any one of the stones because of the bars and the fence hindering her view. But as she concentrated on one of the humped squat figures with all her attention, she saw suddenly a movement. A dark oval patch, which she’d taken to be a hole, disappeared, as a pale eyelid dropped slowly for a moment and then was raised again. And in the dark oval, the ball of an eye swivelled slowly towards the house and remained there, staring with a fixed unwinking gaze straight, it appeared, at Marianne herself.

    Stoneburner – An Apology to a Friend in Need

    She shrank away from the window and turned to Mark.

    ‘One of them looked right at me!’ she said.

    ‘I can never tell whether THEY really see me, or just pretend to,’ Mark said, in a low voice.

    ‘It’s horrible!’ Marianne said. She shivered suddenly. ‘Mark, I’m frightened!’ Do they do that all the time? Don’t they ever shut their eyes? Go to sleep?’

    Xasthur – Prison of Mirrors

    ‘I don’t know what happens at night,’ Mark said. ‘I can’t see them in the dark, but I have a horrible sort of feeling that they can see me.’

    ‘Do they ever move?’

    ‘Only their eyes. At least, I’ve never seen anything else move. And the same ones always seem to be in the same place every time I look out.’

    ‘I’m frightened,’ Marianne said again. ‘I don’t like it, Mark.’

    Buy Stoneburner’s new album Life Drawing from Neurot

    (gif is by Bill Domonkos. text is from Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr.)

    http://www.20jazzfunkgreats.co.uk/wordpress/

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  5. If You’re A College Man Who Hasn’t Shared His Bed, You’re Not Alone : NPR

    Noah Berlatsky was among the 10 percent of students who stay virgins during college, and this felt to him like a knock on his masculinity. But, he realized in time, it made him no less or more a man.

    http://www.npr.org/2014/07/21/333737395/if-youre-a-college-man-who-hasnt-shared-his-bed-youre-not-alone?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20140721

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  6. Finding The Flow - Episode 49

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  7. Slow Burn Fitness with Fred Hahn | Smash The Fat Fitness & Fat Loss Boot Camps

    Fred has been involved in exercise ever since he became a member of The Charles Atlas Club when he was 10 years old. He began training clients in the early 1980s at several of NYC’s leading health clubs, including the Equinox and New York Health and Racquet Club. He began developing his Slow Burn system as a physical therapy aide at the Hospital for Joint Diseases Sports Medicine Center in NYC. In 1994, along with one of New York’s leading orthopedic surgeon’s he co-founded and directed Metro SportsMed, a private physical therapy clinic located at New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, New York which now has multiple locations throughout the NYC area.

    http://live.smashthefat.com/slow-burn-fitness/

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  8. To Do Things Better, Stop Doing So Much - HBR IdeaCast - Harvard Business Review

    Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.

    http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/07/to-do-things-better-stop-doing-so-much/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+harvardbusiness+%28HBR.org%29

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  9. 5by5 | After Dark #466: After Back to Work 179

    After Back to Work 179.

    http://5by5.tv/afterdark/466

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  10. 5by5 | Mac Power Users #203: TextExpander

    David and Katie dive deep on one of their favorite productivity tools, TextExpander.

    http://5by5.tv/mpu/203

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