Cloudy Day Art #41 – Second Sunday for March 2006

Thanks to all who contributed to this “Second Sunday” show with the theme of “Silence”. Great poems by all. Contributors  this week were:

01:27 Thanks to PodcastDesigns.com for graphic work
01:50 Welcome to “Field Reporter” Gerry T (need more)
02:54 “Rantings of a Northern Bloke” promo
03:37 Go to Slam Idol to listen to my review of the poems in contest number 9
04:32 “Broken Vow” by Simon Toon
04:53 “Tooth and Claw” by Harry Lafnear
08:10 “Sound and Silence” by Robert G. Parent.
10:43 “The Edge of Silence” by Belinda Subraman. GypsyMag 3 online!
14:14 “Be Silent” by Me
17:28 “1’22″” by Me *EDIT* (ok this actually ended up being 30secs. doh!)

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Length 20:42

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  1. I heard my heartbeat.

  2. Another totally cool show, Will.
    I heard my wife talking to her mother on the telephone.
    If your listeners would like some tips on how to cheaply create audio recordings for Cloudy Day Art, then why not suggest they check out my article on this subject in Podcast User Magazine Issue 2? You can download it for free from http://www.podcastusermagazine.com – and you can even subscribe to an RSS feed for future issues of the magazine.

  3. HaHa!
    I’ll take that as a compliment, Robert. Thanks for your submission to the show.

    Excellent idea, Simon!
    I’ll mention that in this weekend’s show.

  4. Hi Will. I spent two of my college years as a Music Theory and Composition major, so I knew what was coming. I’m just wondering if what you played was podsafe. Always enjoy the second Sunday podcast, keep ’em up.

  5. HaHa!
    Hmmm…good point about John Cage and podsafe.
    I should get that cleared. 🙂

    Thanks for listening, George.

  6. I heard my heartbeat.

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  1. […] A ‘poema’ is what I’ve decided to call my soundscape poetry dramas. Poem + drama = poema. Some of you recall my previous two “Winter Solace” and “Be Silent“. […]

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