A couple of years ago there was a link to an archive for downloading KCRW shows and others. Anyone know what the address of that site or if it's even still around?
a treasure trove!
Does anyone have the last KCRW show ?
Have not seen that anywhere apart from the web version ...
Take care !
hey marcel.. is this what youre looking for?
my daughter just sent me this from a KCRW pod cast...
I think it hasn't been mentioned that the iTunes download is free. Just subscribe to the KCRW podcast.
What an amazing piece of music. I can't stop listening to this. This is probably as close as we can get to the Lost And Found tour at the moment. All those small changes in the songs. Have I said amazing already?
Apparently I missed this post a few weeks ago, and now the podcast seems to have disappeared (I'm not sure how long they remain available...I'm guessing a week?). Does anyone have a copy of the file that they would be willing to share with me? The links that YDTM posted aren't be working for me, and I really want to get a hold of these versions. Please??? I'll be your biggest fan forever!! ;)
try this one. It may take a few seconds to load.
JackieJo:Hey Teemto, were you able to download? I've had no luck.
I do appreciate your help, Rena, but I'm having the same problem. If I click on Audio Download as soon as the linked page loads, it opens a blank window (http://www.kcrw.com/media-player/undefined). If I wait until the streaming video loads (which is AMAZING), the download option becomes inaccessible. I'd really like to download it so that I can listen on the go, but haven't yet found out how. Has anyone found a way to do that, post-podcast?
I appreciate your help!
I see what you mean. Sorry but that is not what KCRW works like. They have not provided a link to actually download the show to your own harddrive. It's not that the link isn't working for you, it is not provided.
The podcast was a rare treat which was online for a limited period. They usually expect you to listen online. Which is what I usually do, with KCRW opened in another window in the background.
What they have is an archive with performances by David as far back as the year 2000. You can find some rare gems there.
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