Rowan Peter came on the radio blasting some Depeche Mode through the microphone lo-fi style, so I offered to play him some vinyl. He obliged, but he is a hippie that wants more talk than music, where I am trying to legitimize this radio <span class="emoji-outer emoji-sizer"><span class="emoji-inner" style="background: url(chrome-extension://immhpnclomdloikkpcefncmfgjbkojmh/emoji-data/sheetapple32.png);background-position:61.98589894242068% 87.95534665099882%;background-size:5418.75% 5418.75%" data-codepoints="1f642"></span></span>
I bought this album in Virginia a few years back at Fat Kat Records when they were still around. It is a 12″ 45 with 3 songs, all re-mixes. Master & Servant is 8 minutes, and kind of interesting, but the 3rd remix on side 2 Are people people? Is really wild. Definitely a bizarre mix that makes the original almost unrecognizable.
it was a fun, quick cast, and I chatted a bit at the end.
An impromptu #vinylcast on#ds106radio for @rowan_peter featuring 3 songs off a Master and Servant 12” 45 from Depech Mode: US Black & Blue Version,m. Picked up at Fat Kat Records in VA for $8.99 a few years back. Listen here: https://t.co/vXRNHb42Qc pic.twitter.com/pm2rlXN26b— Jim Groom (@jimgroom) April 17, 2020Scenes from an impromptu #vinylcast on #ds106radio pic.twitter.com/Y7NryIYDy8— Jim Groom (@jimgroom) April 17, 2020Master and Servant 12″ US Black & Blue Version
Rotations on #ds106radio Are people people? pic.twitter.com/h2XQArb6TP— Jim Groom (@jimgroom) April 17, 2020
Shared by: Jim GroomImage Credit: http://archives.depechemode.com/discography/singles/11_masterandservant.html