because sometimes only dusty vinyl will do…


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Greetings all, and I hope you had a great Christmas, and are looking forward to 2011. Just catching up with a few things, and will post a proper new entry soon. I did this Podcast for Finders Keepers a while back. Cut and paste the link below into your browser, if you didn’t get the chance to check it first time around. You can access other Finders Keepers Podcasts via this URL also.


Written by cmoriginalpress

December 27, 2010 at 12:22 pm

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  1. hi there – any chance of a repost, as the link is dead / doesn’t exist on klicktrack – and do you know if finders keepers have got their podcasts hidden away, as i couldn’t find them on their site?!
    many thanks!


    January 21, 2011 at 1:25 pm

  2. hi chris – seems like it’s working now! many many thanks – take care!


    January 24, 2011 at 8:17 am

  3. Hi,

    Amazing, amazing mix! Any chance of a tracklist? I only recognise one track… Hailu Mergia and the Walias Band’s ‘Eti Gual Blenai’.. But there are many on here that I’m desperate to know!

    Thanks again for this!



    September 4, 2011 at 10:45 am

    • Thanks Eam – long time since I made this, so don’t have track list to hand. Any of particular interest? If so, I can listen again and recheck, Cheers and all the best Chris


      September 8, 2011 at 8:19 am

      • Hi Chris,

        Thanks for getting back to me!

        I’m in love with the whole mix really but of particular interest would be the instrumental track which kicks things off… then the sort of lo-fi hushed minimal song which is third in the mix (starts at 6 mins) and then the wonderful instrumental which comes after this (at around 10 mins in).

        Any info would be great!

        Great interview and song session on the Wire show this week too.. keep it up!



        September 8, 2011 at 6:23 pm

  4. Hi Eam,

    Think I can help out in identifying at least one of these tracks. The “lo-fi hushed minimal song which is third in the mix” is ‘Fai Yen’ by Ream Daranoi… You can find this on the Soundway release ‘The Sound of Siam’ curated by Chris. Another track from that release features on this mix… Panom Nopporn’s ‘Sao Ban Pok Pab’ is just after that “wonderful instrumental’ you’re trying to find the details of. Wouldn’t mind finding out those details too.. Any more hints Chris?



    September 17, 2011 at 6:53 pm

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