Podcast: Sonic TALK157 -An Imaginary Audience With Tara Busch

Interview and two live songs - all in glorious stereo!      10/12/09

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64:6 mins

SONIC TALK 157 - LIVE
This week is a bit special, its a first of its kind for us - we are lucky to have Tara Busch actually in the studio to perform and chat to us - wow! She's just released her solo studio album Pilfershire Lane and is in the UK to do a few gigs. Also here is Maff Lewis - the guy behind all of Tara's excellent videos and the recent limited edition boxed set, as well as her stage partner for her UK gigs.

I'm also joined by regulars Rich Hilton, Mark Tinley and Dave Spiers for a private audience with Ms Busch.

Tara performs a couple of songs live in the the studio and also talks about the record, technology, and being an artist in the digital age.

This weeks 'cast is in stereo to allow the music to be represented in full stereophonic lovelyness....


We also videod the performances, expect to see them shortly.

Enjoy!



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