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Promedia Podcast Episode 005
Time-length-icon 9m 11s
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Publish-date-icon July 9, 2007
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

Hi there and welcome to episode 5 of the Promedia Podcast; as usual I’ve included another 3 songs for your listening pleasure.

Track 1 is called ‘Slack jaw’ and features a picked Banjo arpeggio; it is quite atmospheric which I feels is caused primarily by the traditional Banjo licks played over Minor chords instead of Major. If you’ve ever heard the Music for the BBC version of Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy you’ll know where the inspiration came from.

Track 2 is called ‘Lost in a dream’, I suppose it does have a dream-like quality however there’s not a lot to tell really other than the song just developed naturally from a simple chord progression, it was one of the first songs to feature the virtual guitarist so it does sit quite prominently ion the mix.

Track 3 is called ‘High Five’, well what can I say, it’s hard to do a song featuring Piano and Acoustic bass played in 5/4 time signature and it not sound like Dave Brubeck’s Take 5 (well it was for me OK), I may go back to this song at some point, I do feel it is rather short.

I hope you enjoy the tracks, I had contemplated adding speech to the Podcast but wasn’t sure if that would actually add anything, is that something you would like to hear? Talking about the songs, their history and what went into creating them? One last thing… If you subscribed to the show via iTunes I would appreciate any honest feedback

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