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Running The World

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This is great! That Blur website is awesome. I love how you can just stream everything on your phone after downloading an app. I see on Ian's website, if you have dropbox installed you can download direct to their to easily transfer between devices.

Good work!

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A simple but practical 'mega' folder of the smiths

mega.nz/

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By the looks of it that must take up +10GB of storage. Wouldn't you need a subscription or a premium service of some sort to upload that much content?

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On mega? You get 50gb free. I've got 50gb up on it myself for another band.

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Did this ever go any further?

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https://feelingcalledlive.co.uk/  it's really good this. I've been using mega or dropbox to have a wee listen in the car.



-- Edited by weed on Thursday 11th of July 2019 06:09:24 PM

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Yes, Ian has taken on the mantle, I'm not sure if there's much missing that only Stephen has.
One question regarding the Feeling Called Live portal - with the radio sessions, the interviews/between song chatter with the hosts seems to have been omitted. Any chance they could be included?

I think Mark and Lard had the best knack for eliciting entertaining conversation with Jarvis (even the rest of the band are heard in the background occasionally). Probably a similar Northern sense of humour, but the chats bear repeating. Some really funny moments.If these Hit The North/Mark Radcliffe show sessions ever get a proper full BBC release some day, I think they would be better served by including the talking between the performances. If nothing else, it shows Marc Riley's impressive future predictions - in February 1993 he both advises on a re-release for Babies and tells Jarvis that he'll have his own radio show one day!



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I will have a look. The site is going to be a work in progress for a few months then I intend to compare different recordings with a view to getting everything possible uploaded

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Thanks that's fantastic I know how much work will have gone into it as I've done the same for about six bands.

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By the way if you run out of space on mega I can recommend something called icedrive.net They were giving away 20gb free but i think they reduced it now to 15gb but it's easy and fast no ads or pop ups.

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Thank you so much for the hard work, Ian!

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Ian have you had to pull the site?

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No, it's still there

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Think virgin have blocked the site

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I cannot access it on my bt internet

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Me neither, shower of bustards.

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I logged on and ran an update earlier, not sure if that will make a difference. It still works for me...

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It only seems to work without the www in front. I'll look into that

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It's back (in full effect)!

Will we need to go DarkWeb on this at some stage to keep the powers that be at bay?

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I'm not sure to be honest. It's only a website that contains details of live shows and rarities...



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Eamonn wrote:

It's back (in full effect)!

Will we need to go DarkWeb on this at some stage to keep the powers that be at bay?


Have the band collectively or individually expressed any opinions on bootlegs? The best thing to do to keep the site safe is to make sure there are no copies of official releases on there. That more or less means the record company are out of the equation. Ian feel free to pm me if you want a chat I've been doing stuff like this a very long time. 



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That website is absolutely stunning. I've messaged you, chap. I'm definitely up for getting my various tapes out into the world through it.



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Hoooray!

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yeehah!

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Eamonn wrote:

Yes, Ian has taken on the mantle, I'm not sure if there's much missing that only Stephen has.

> For people who already have the Portfolios, there'll be a little bit more than what they already have. I'm not being specific because I can't be. Its been some time since I've been through everything!


One question regarding the Feeling Called Live portal - with the radio sessions, the interviews/between song chatter with the hosts seems to have been omitted. Any chance they could be included?

I think Mark and Lard had the best knack for eliciting entertaining conversation with Jarvis (even the rest of the band are heard in the background occasionally). Probably a similar Northern sense of humour, but the chats bear repeating. Some really funny moments.If these Hit The North/Mark Radcliffe show sessions ever get a proper full BBC release some day, I think they would be better served by including the talking between the performances. If nothing else, it shows Marc Riley's impressive future predictions - in February 1993 he both advises on a re-release for Babies and tells Jarvis that he'll have his own radio show one day!


 



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