Friday, December 01, 2006

Gold Crest 2

http://www.sendspace.com/file/gzcbsf

Ok, you have to click the link, then scroll down to where it says 'download link'. there is a red arrow next to it. You just have to look closely because it dows rather blend in with the 200 ads on the page.


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11 comments:

worldinmyeyes21 said...

Thank you soooo much...both of these mixes are amazing...(of course...like there was ever a doubt)
You rock!!! : ) ) ) ) ) ) )

alan said...

"Say, Say, Say", "Work Song", "Some Velvet Morning" and "Your Summer Dreams". Four of my favourite songs. You rule.

~Alan

Alan said...

"Your Summer Dream", wihtout a "s" of course.

dooglus said...

Some great choices there.

But what's up with the cover?

OK, so the woman in the shop couldn't print it, but we can - so why not include the original mind-blowing .pdf file for us to print?

dooglus said...

I did the following:

* converted all the files to mp3 format,

* renamed them so the filenames include the track and artist name,

* added a playlist so it's easy to play them in the 'correct' order, and

* fixed up the ID3 tags:

Gold Crest 1
(80MB)

Gold Crest 2 (75MB)

Both downloads got quite a bit smaller, especially #2, which had a few massive .wav files in it.

Andrew Simone said...

Awesome. Both of these mixes look great.

I like the layout of the blog--with so many internets in one same it is almost too much to handle. :)

DentonUSA said...

Damn! Another great mix! Fantastic stuff.
And once again I must say: This website is wonderful. Definately one of your better ideas. :)

httprover said...
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Paul said...
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httprover said...

I just got through with downloading both files a little while ago and the download seemed rather slow since I am used to highspeed cable. The first one took about half an hour and the second about an hour.

Could you tell us something about the history of the CDs? I gather that they are part of a school project. Any significance to the title other than to the goldcrest?

Perhaps you could post the cover images online.

I removed a prior post because link didn't work. It took me a while to figure out what I did wrong.

Johnny Creepy said...

Dear Paper,
I don't understand What "Gold Crest" is....Is this just songs you like,
Are these CDs you are selling, Are these songs that are not copyrighted and we can use on youtube...Maybe I am missing a part where you explain this. Guide me... I am lost...