These songs were recorded at Shepherds Bush Theatre. I bought a radio broadcast CD of Ebay a few years ago from Westwood One radio station, New York. The full listing of songs on the CD are Campaign For Real Rock, 50 Shades Of Blue, Make Me Feel Again, Low Expectations, Gorgeous George, A Girl Like You & Rip It Up plus a few adverts. Someone else on here also has this CD as I saw a photo of the CD some time ago.
There's a cool little program I found recently here -:
It lets you download files from iPlayer, all you have to do is run the executable file and enter the id for the show. If you hover your mouse over the show you'll see the show id at the bottom of the screen (after the /iplayer/episode). Then you can download the whole show as an mp3. I've just downloaded it by doing this. Pretty cool, eh?
As I'm a bit slow and thick I'm going to need a little night off to do this matt. Following your instructions step by slow step! Thank you so much, isn't this site great for all the exchanging that goes on...?
I'm sure you're doing yourself a disservice there Grace! I think the website I found the program on explains it better than I ever could. You're right, this site is brilliant. It's fantastic to be amongst all of these people who love Edwyn's music and it's fantastic to have you and Edwyn on here, so thank you! I've edited the original show down to Edwyn's bit so here it is...hope this works!
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