A friend of mine used this phrase on his Facebook page recently and I'm going to shamelessly appropriate it - I've reached a feeling of Zen with regards to Thursday's Scottish independence referendum. I've got friends on both sides of the debate, as I'm sure most of us in Scotland have, and most of them seem to have the best interests of the country at heart. The most incredible thing is to have witnessed a country galvanised by political debate. Even if just a fraction of that endures after Thursday it'll be a hell of a legacy.
Podcast-wise, everything is thrown into disarray this week after my MacBook died, so today's playlist is basically what I was able to transfer onto my iPad without the "power" of iTunes. Thankfully no U2 album is included.
1. high pop - "the twist" (Played courtesy of high pop, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. ballboy - "JK Rowling changed my vote from No to Yes!" (Played courtesy of ballboy)
3. Throwing Muses - "Say Goodbye (Live)" (Played courtesy of Free Music Archive, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Yusuf Azak - "State Courage (Piano Version)" (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
5. Kool Daze - "Nu Daze (Rough Demo)" (Played courtesy of Kool Daze)
6. TV Girl - "Daughter of a Cop" (Played courtesy of TV Girl, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Stu Daly - "Petrol Blue" (Played courtesy of Stu Daly, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Meursault - "He Was a Friend of Mine (Traditional)" (Played courtesy of Song by Toad)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #178