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Written on January 21, 2006, and categorized as Secret and Invisible.
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I found it really hard to resist adopting a cheesy 1970s radio deejay manner, and I am guilty of cracking a really bad joke in this, the inaugural Pod of Funk, but it passes muster. It’s a format I can repeat and vary, and so I intend to do.

The interview with Lena Cullen was fun – she’s a talented switched on young woman and I expect she will go a long way. It was interesting feeding back to her about her work after seeing her play live half a dozen times, and getting her reaction. Her take on her place in the music scene was what I felt I gained from the exchange.

Her boots were round-toed, flat heeled, below-knee high black leather, with a soft shine to them.

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This thing has 2 Comments

  1. Top Whacker
    Posted 21 January, 2006 at 5:06 pm | Permalink

    top whacker!

  2. Comfort Addict
    Posted 22 January, 2006 at 5:12 pm | Permalink

    Nice grooves, my man (and, in the words of Monty Python, beautiful speakin’ voice). I hope to experiment with podcasting later this year. Expect a query for tips for the beginner.

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