Re: [acid-jazz] + HELP: Solid Steel Stream +

From: nethed (
Date: 2003-09-11 13:10:07

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    apologies for not jumping on this sooner on the group

    we've been dealing with a real scenario all summer not worth boring
    acid jazz with = but there are other places you can hear the show - has the show on in london and on air and or maybe org is hosting the first show on
    their site... i think this info is also on the solid steel page.

    i've forwarded your posts to so they're aware
    of the problem - i've experienced it myself when i try to hear thing
    on the site between 1 and 4pm UK time....

    we're working on it.... too bad the BBC didnt have the insight to keep
    the show somewhere on their network....that's all i can say without
    getting into "a sexy spin"

    At 4:42 pm -0400 7/9/03, Pedro Cevallos Jr wrote:
    >I am having serious Solid Steel withdrawal symptoms! For the past 2
    >months I have not been able to stream the show from the Ninja Tune
    >web site. The real player streams always give me error messages
    >dealing with the server and the Totally Radio stream asks me whether
    >I want to save or open the file. No matter which I choose it will
    >only play the intro to the show and then close the program. Does
    >anybody know what I am doing wrong? What program do you guys use to
    >stream the Totally Radio format? I use my Global DivX player which
    >normally plays any type of file the best. Should I switch to
    >another program? For the love of God somebody help me outŠI'm tired
    >of salivating at the playlists without being able to hear more than
    >5 seconds of the intro.
    >Pedro Cevallos
    >"...beginning in the fourteenth century, the clock made us into
    >time-keepers, and then time-savers, and now time-servers. In the
    >process, we have learned irreverence toward the sun and the seasons,
    >for in a world made up of seconds and minutes, the authority of
    >nature is superseded."
    > -- Neil Postman --