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Thu Sep 18 01:17:11 PDT 2014
angry birds said:

Cute animal and his engaging tale that educates about protecting the planet and nature. Interactive tale for toddlers, goat in the forest in trouble. Easy style to learn reading through having the story read by the narrator. Only your children can save him while learning to read. It's a storytelling game about a goat, simulator of having a narrator telling the story to thine babies. Your toddlers shall love this. Nice drawings to have fun with and learn. Teaching story which is child safe because of the lack of ads. Interactive storytelling experience with tiger for children and babies. Learning tale play for your 4 year old children who surely love animals. Preschool child will like it, storybook, and also will every other babies which learned how to drag his finger on the display. Quick to watch and engaging to get in contact with the outdoors.
Fri Sep 12 04:32:15 PDT 2014
edge of tomorrow google play said:

Critical strike at its best. Game mimics warfare on the modern battlefield with a sci-fi look.
No matter if you prefer to shoot your antagonists from distances or to assassinate them from hundreds of meters. Feel the call of duty and go on a gunfire frenzy as you will be the apex hunter, murdering cosmic zombies like zombies in the woods. It is almost like Edge of Tomorrow only featuring alien bugs. Obscure to man previously, species found in the undergrounds of the Moon. Guns that shall be to your reach are not distant and numerous, but they are acceptable enough to vanquish any enemy you'll ever find. Among the scarlet sands of Jupiter fps gameplay can be immense and captivating.
Endure the endless waves of deep space terror, shoot the cosmic zombies to their death and witness them disintegrate and perish. Exclusively the biggest exploits of modern combat can change the flow of this cosmic battle. Written on mobile game source code, this edge of tomorrow sim can bring you the feel of actually having the hard shadowgun in your hands. Various aliens in space can traumatize you. Many frontline commandos have perished in the past you so this edge of tomorrow shall deliver you the most fun and dazzling misery ever. Get it quick and be the greatest counter shooter, while beating the modern warfare battlefield. But you should know that this ain't Deer Hunter - there is true blood and true pain because you will be battling the battle for Earth, as the fight on the alien battlefield will determine the destiny of the world. The heed of the modern battlefield will drive you to your edge, as the galactic terror will deliver you tests and tribulations of huge degree. Steady your sniper shooter and jump in the saddle; lay your finger dead on the trigger and fire the gun barrel of your firearm of choice. Exclusively today free call of duty strike team.
This android aplication is available on the google play for your comfort.
Thu Sep 11 15:19:54 PDT 2014
waffen said:

My mind was blown when I've saw for the first time this awesome piece of game. Become a frontline commando with your guns blazing, or snipe the zombie beasts from large distances. Seeing myriads of zombie bugs dead, trigger invariably fluttering as I was firing my shadowgun and throwing explosives everywhere. All using only your android screen. Newest tablet game from a one of the best game studios, featuring such awesome and majestic baddies that I'm still shocked and consternated.
Our armor gets to be personalized which is the only thing that lets us progress even deeper into this sci-fi horror.
Only the best feats of modern warfare combined with an fast trigger finger will allow you to succeed over the monstrous monsters. Cool graphics encourage you to heed your call of duty. Combat in modern style your dread when travelling through future human cities and shooting your shadowgun, become the ultimate mobile frontline commando, killing numerous like an android.
Quiet and strong protagonist reminded me of the old Doom PC game, though Combat Trigger: Modern Dead 3D has many more gameplay features.
Modern warfare gets blended with murky and pessimistic futurism, where cosmos exploration gave us only ineffable horror of having Earth occupied by dead zombie invaders. Humongous numbers of them, in fact. All hungry for our lives and our homes! Cool ego shooter, hard waffen, wow.
Tue Sep 9 03:32:51 PDT 2014
apps for kids said:
Your kids must adore it. It is a storytelling game about a goat, simulator of listening to a narrator telling the tale to your children. Interactive story with tiger for toddlers and babies. Cute drawings to have fun with and teach. Learning games that is child proof because of it's lack of ads. 3 year old children will like it, storybook, and also shall every babies that knows how to drag his hand on the screen. Cute animal and his funny tale that educates about saving the planet and nature. Interactive story for toddlers, goat in the mountain in trouble. Only your children can save him while learning to read. Quick to watch and engaging to get in touch with the outdoors. Educational story adventure for your preschool toddlers who certainly adore goats. Easy way to learn reading through having the tale spoken by the narrator.
Mon Sep 8 23:04:17 PDT 2014
shadowgun mobile said:

Frontline commando at its top form. Game simulates strike team on the modern battlefield with a modern feel.
Whether you prefer to shoot your opponents from distances or to snipe them from skyline. Follow the call of duty and go on a gunfire binge as you will become the greatest sniper, killing cosmic zombies like zombies in the woods. It is like Edge of Tomorrow only with cosmic enemies. Obscure to humanity previously, kind found in the depths of the Moon. Armaments that shall come to your hands are not far and numerous, but they are acceptable enough to face any problem you will ever meet. Amid the red rocks of Saturn shooter feel shall be broad and captivating.
Handle the limitless waves of cosmic dread, waste the space bugs to their death and observe them disintegrate and perish. Just the best feats of modern warfare can change the tide of this galactic combat. Done on mobile app framework, this edge of tomorrow simulator can give you the feel of actually having the hard shadowgun in your hands. Various dead in space can impact you. Bountiful strike teams have fallen before you so this edge of tomorrow can bring you greatly amusing and enchanting torment ever. Install it quick and become the greatest counter shooter, while besting the modern warfare combat. Though you should be aware that this isn't Deer Hunter - this is real blood and real sweat because you will be fighting the battle for mankind, as the fight on the remote battlefield shall decide the destiny of the universe. The far cry of the modern battlefield will push you to your limits, as the space terror will deliver you tests and woe of great ammounts. Wire up your shadowgun and jump in the saddle; position your hand dead on the trigger and fire up the barrel of your firearm of preference. Exclusively now free call of duty strike team.
This android aplication you can get on the google play for your convenience.
Mon Sep 8 17:51:13 PDT 2014
Need for Speed android said:
I've just stumbled upon a fresh racing game for android, it's called Real Race: Asphalt Road Racing and it looks nearly like a racing sim with casual feel.
It boasts very state-of-the-art AI and I'm playing it already ten times successively or so and it's still enjoyable and enticing. It is kinda cool to race and overcome other players on 6 or so maps. Game feels similar to race with GT cars like lamborghini or dodge viper. Driving around dunes and steppes, avenues and highways, it's like Need for Speed Carbon or Most Wanted, and as a matter of fact the newest edition, NFS: Rivals Underground. There are no chases with law enforcement, but I suppose it is for the best as multiplayer asphalt feature grants great opportunity to show your cool underground drag racing skills.
In-game great velocity forces an illusion of actually being there and hurrying with top drivers as seen on TV. Adrenaline rushes are numerous.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it a strong 8. List of features is really mind-boggling, so is its playability. Outrunning the leaderboards trully caughts you and you are directly pulled in. It trully reminded me of Asphalt Overdrive. Overall it is a awesome, ambitious free app.
Mon Sep 8 12:24:36 PDT 2014
waffen said:

Trigger finger licking good!
My brain was blown when I've first seen this awesome piece of game. Freshest android game from a top of the line game studio, presenting such awesome and wondrous baddies that I'm still shocked and appaled. Witnessing countless zombie bugs dead, trigger constantly twitching as I was releasing a barrage of bullets from my shadowgun and tossing explosives around.
Silent protagonist reminded me of the old Doom PC game, though Combat Trigger: Modern Dead 3D has many additional gameplay features. Our armor gets to be customized which is the only thing that lets us proceed even further into this science fiction horror.
Only the best stunts of modern warfare combined with an fast trigger finger will allow you to win over the undead monsters. Awesome graphics encourage you to follow your call of duty. Combat in modern style your anxiety when travelling through future human locations and throwing barrages of bullets from your shadowgun, become the ultimate mobile frontline commando, murdering countless like an android.
Modern warfare gets blended with dark and cynical futurism, where shadowgun exploration gave us only ineffable terror of having Earth infested by dead zombie invaders. Millions of them, in fact. All hungry for our blood and our goods! Cool ego shooter, hard waffen, wow.
Become a frontline commando with your pistol blazing, or snipe the undead devils from great areas. All using only your touch display.
Mon Sep 8 09:10:39 PDT 2014
billiards master said:
Image of one of the most popular games of skill invariably. Custom making of the playstyle is now in recreation history so sophisticated that different 8 ball pools can run and try one pocket with their grandmas. Thine competence in pool will be trialed in infinite contests brought to you by cool development development company. Luckily it has a practice gamemode so you should work on your skills for how long you need to be the greatest cue gamer in the known universe. Just tap the screen of your iphone and start to labor for the awesome stakes of many players tests in this carom billiards mobile app. Your course through contrasting types of pool shall be cool and dangerous. As you will strive to drop the 10 ball into the one hole you'll have to use the opportunity of perspective, as you can move your display in every target you prefer. 2D graphics give authority to this app over its contestants. The indefinite amount of play types will bring you to your edge. Have a game of english billiards, snooker or crokinole, whatsoever you want. Whether you arrive from the UK or Finland, there will be certain native assortment of this awesome cue sport. Be the cue master either like a pro or in the casual game type presented here. Anyway it is just the stick, the holes, the 9 pool balls and you. This pool play offers you the ultimate table challenge in numerous billiards lobbies around the world. Only you and the straight rails when you con the fate with your artistry. Crokinole or pool, this sport has it all. As 8 ball billiards this is a awesome android aplication.
The best pool on android market entertaiment up to this time!
Mon Sep 8 00:13:30 PDT 2014
asphalt said:

Pick from the fastest GT cars, sit in front of the gears and kick the pedal to the floor. Drift mania in rally racing with next-gen mechanics will please any player. Choose your ride from many famous brands such as ferrari, ford or audi. Scorch the asphalt on 8 different tracks as you compete against the clock. Entertain your need for speed by racing against players in multiplayer mode. The gameplay model is made to hurl you in the middle of action as you drive through the dust rising from the asphalt overdrive. As 8 playtroughs passed I still don't feel bored by this app. This overdrive mobile app allows you to race with the best racers like a pro in NASCAR or Le Mans. Plunge straight deep into extreme racing action in this sweet new android production. Life-like driving simulation gives you the opportunity to prove your racing prowess through diverse challenges in intimidating tracks all around the globe. Put your prowess to trial and beat the leaderboards as you push your gt car to the limits of your need for speed. Even Need for Speed World was repetitive after a little time which is not the case in this fast and furious spiritual offspring. Need for Racing: New Speed Car even gives you the opportunity to customize your car by repainting it anyhow you'd like. Underground drag contest intertwined with csr racing delivers the terminal gaming experience.
Fri Sep 5 09:48:27 PDT 2014
call of duty modern warfare said:

My brain was astonished when I've saw for the first time this awesome piece of action. Become a frontline commando with your guns blazing, or snipe the undead devils from great distances. Witnessing numberless undead bugs dead, trigger steadily twitching as I was releasing a barrage of bullets from my shadowgun and tossing explosives everywhere. All using only your mobile display. Newest android game from a top of the line game studio, displaying such magnificent and wondrous enemies that I'm still shocked and awe strucked.
Our defenses gets to be customized which is the only thing that lets us progress even deeper into this science fiction horror.
Only the best stunts of modern warfare mingled with an itchy trigger finger will let you to succeed over the dead bugs. Awesome graphics encourage you to follow your call of duty. Combat in modern style your anxiety when traversing future human locations and throwing barrages of bullets from your shadowgun, become the ultimate mobile frontline commando, killing numerous like an android.
Silent main character reminded me of the old Doom PC game, though Combat Trigger: Modern Dead 3D has several more gameplay features.
Best game ever! Modern warfare gets blended with dark and depressed futurism, where shadowgun exploration gave us only unspeakable horror of having Earth occupied by dead zombie bugs. Millions of them, actually. All hungry for our lives and our paraphernalia! Cool ego shooter, hard waffen, wow.
Wed Sep 3 05:09:27 PDT 2014
Need for Speed google play said:
I have recently come across a new asphalt game for tablets, its name is Real Race: Asphalt Road Racing and it seems to be really like a simulator with arcade mechanics.
On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it a strong 8. List of features is really overwhelming, so is its playability. Besting the leaderboards trully entangles you and you're instantly pulled in. It really reminds me of Asphalt Overdrive. Overall it is a good, ambitious free app.
There are no chases with law enforcement, but I suppose it's for the best as multiplayer asphalt gameplay gives great occasion to prove your unparalleled underground drag racing prowess.
It has very state-of-the-art Artificial Inteligence and I've played already 8 times in a row or so and it's still amusing and engaging.
Racing around deserts and steppes, asphalt and highways, it's like Need for Speed Carbon or Most Wanted, and actually the newest edition, NFS: Rivals.
On-screen high speed gives an illusion of literally being there and hurrying with top drivers as seen in TV. Adrenaline spikes are numerous.
It is kinda cool to race and beat other players on six or so tracks. App is like race with GT cars like race or asphalt.
Tue Sep 2 12:29:19 PDT 2014
small kids games said:

Educating storytelling experience about animals for children and babies. Cute graphics to entertain and learn. Your babies will adore this. 3 year old child shall adore it and so shall every baby that knows how to drag his hand on the screen. It is a storytelling interactive tale about a goat, sim of listening to a narrator reading the story to your children. Teaching game which is child proof because of it's lack of privacy forms. Cute animal and his funny tale that teaches about protecting the planet and ecology. Interactive tale for children, tiger in the woods in peril. Educational story play for your 4 year old children who certainly like animals. Truly your kid can save it while practicing to read. Quick to play and fun to get in contact with outdoors. Simple style to learn reading by having the story read by the lector.
Mon Sep 1 21:16:14 PDT 2014
csr racing said:
I have recently come across a new racing app for android phones, its name is Real Race: Asphalt Road Racing and it looks really like a racing sim with arcade gameplay. Driving through deserts and grasslands, asphalt and roads, it's like Need for Speed Carbon or Most Wanted, and actually the latest part, NFS: Rivals.
On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it a strong 8. Selection of features is almost mind-boggling, and so is its replayability. Beating the leaderboards really entangles you and you're instantaneously drawn in. It trully reminded me of Asphalt Overdrive. Above all it's a great, challenging free game.
There are no chases with the police, but perhaps it is for the best as multiplayer asphalt gameplay gives awesome opportunity to verify your unsurpassed underground drag racing skills.
On-screen high speed gives a feel of actually being there and hurrying with top drivers as seen in TV. Stress spikes are numerous.
It boasts really state-of-the-art AI and I've played already 6 times successively or so and it is still fun and engaging. It's kinda cool to drive and overcome other racers on 6 or so tracks. App is like race with GT cars like race or dodge viper.
Mon Sep 1 15:24:30 PDT 2014
waffen said:

Trigger finger licking good!
My mind was blown when I've first seen this sweet piece of game. Freshest mobile game from a one of the best game studios, displaying such intimidating and grand baddies that I'm still shocked and consternated. Seeing uncountable undead bugs dead, trigger invariably twitching as I was shooting my shadowgun and throwing explosives everywhere.
Silent protagonist reminisced me of the old Doom PC game, though Combat Trigger: Modern Dead 3D has many more gameplay features. Our defenses gets to be personalized which is the only thing that lets us progress even deeper into this science fiction nightmare.
Only the best feats of modern warfare mingled with an quick trigger finger will let you to succeed over the dead bugs. Awesome graphics encourage you to heed your call of duty. Combat in modern style your anxiety when traversing future human cities and throwing barrages of bullets from your shadowgun, become the extreme mobile frontline commando, killing numerous like an android.
Modern warfare gets blended with murky and cynical futurism, where shadowgun exploration gave us only ineffable panic of having Terra occupied by dead zombie invaders. Millions of them, in fact. All hungry for our blood and our paraphernalia! Cool ego shooter, hard waffen, wow.
Become a frontline commando with your rifle flaming, or snipe the undead demons from huge areas. All using only your mobile display.
Mon Sep 1 10:51:16 PDT 2014
billiards pool said:

Anyway it is only the stick, the pockets, the 9 snooker balls and you.
As you'll strive to push the 10 ball into the one hole you'll have to use the opportunity of view angle, as you can spin your display in every direction you want.
Your competence in billiards will be tried in copious contests brought to you by great development development company. Be the cue master either like a champion or in the arcade game type presented here.
2D graphics give authority to this aplication over its competition. Your journey through contrasting types of snooker shall be great and deadly. Simulation of the greatest skillgames invariably.
Just tap the screen of your android phone and commence to work for the great stakes of multiplay mode in this carom billiards mobile app. The sheer amount of game styles could bring you to your edge. This pool play gives you the ultimate table challenge in numerous snooker halls all over the earth. Only you and the straight rails when you con the fate with your skills.
Play english billiards, snooker or carrom, anything you want. Whether you arrive from the Victorian England or Finland, there will be some native variation of this awesome cue sport.
Crokinole or straight rail, this game has it all. As 9 ball pool this is a awesome android app. Fortunately it has a training mode so you can work on your competence as long as you need to start being the best pool gamer in the world.
The best billiards on google play game up to this time! Custom making of the playstyle is now in gaming history so sophisticated that other 8 pro pools can go and try hide and seek with their grandmas.
Fri Aug 22 02:55:07 PDT 2014
synth roid said:
Hello!!! Good site, thanks!
Thu Nov 21 05:48:34 PST 2013
pedritonaz said:
This is without a doubt the best jazz podcast ever. Appreciate the effort and work you do!
Fri Nov 8 08:14:37 PST 2013
Funky Trev said:
The Donald Byrd mix is stunning ! One of the best I have ever downloaded. So good to see your blog still running !! Thanks from Kent UK
Tue Sep 17 16:27:28 PDT 2013
Andy Hardy said:
Hey, nice to see you guys are still around, excellent music as usual. I was pleasantly surprised that my own tribute shows to Byrd and Duke were almost identical to yours. If I can assist in anyway feel free to contact me andysjazzshow@gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 16:24:52 PDT 2013
BC said:
@Enno
glad you enjoyed the George Duke cast, and thanks for pointing out the typos; they are now corrected.
Mon Sep 2 01:21:10 PDT 2013
Enno said:
Great George Duke podcast ! Listening to your stuff for a long time now, cannot find any better ... Tnx a lot. Keep doing this.

Please correct the typos in the playlist. (Faces in Reflection, Psychosomatic Dung, Eddie Henderson).
Sun Aug 11 01:45:53 PDT 2013
Steve said:
Thanks for the groovy sounds. Bravo! and long live the best music on the internet, flowing freely to where it's needed. Keep up the good work.
Wed May 29 22:45:07 PDT 2013
Hong said:
My partner and I stumbled over here by a different web address and thought I may as well check things out. I like what I see so now i’m following you. Look forward to more.
Fri Mar 15 13:22:07 PDT 2013
Wibble said:
Just checking in to say hi, for the 3rd time in nearly 8 years.

You guys still rock
Thu Nov 8 20:41:26 PST 2012
Mingus Panama said:
Ive dug these casts for several years now ... Amazing selections son!
Check www.bontown.org
Thu Oct 4 15:05:54 PDT 2012
oilers1972 said:
Happy Birthday Bending Corners! And thank you for all of the fantastic music you have shared with us over the years!
Tue Sep 25 04:44:13 PDT 2012
Stacy Williams said:
I've heard some good stuff here. Definitely worth bookmarking for revisiting.
Tue Sep 18 08:45:14 PDT 2012
Brittany H Martin said:
great points altogether, you just gained a new reader. What would you suggest in regards to your post that you made some days ago? Any positive?
Sun Aug 26 16:45:20 PDT 2012
akusua said:
@ BC, Thanks so much
Thu Jul 19 17:42:31 PDT 2012
BC said:
@akusua
The song you are referring to is a remix of Koop's "Summer Sun" off the Waltz For Koop Remixes album.
Tue Jul 10 15:18:04 PDT 2012
Akusua said:
Love everything you guys do. Thank you for the love. I do have a question about the Jazzatronic 2003 podcast. There is this one track that I dont think its listed and it starts at 49.12. The song is my fav and goes '..now that you're mine..now you're mine. Is it Nicole Conte ? I tried looking for it.
Mon Jun 25 13:27:48 PDT 2012
ENAY said:
Hi! I hope this podcast will live on as it has inspired me greatly, both as a listener and performer.
Fri Jun 1 15:23:17 PDT 2012
thebeathunters said:
haven't been here for a while but i keep comin' back...
stay gold and spiritual
Thu May 24 06:52:00 PDT 2012
Dannyblue said:
I love what you do. Thank you. Thought you might like this mix too:
http://www.mixcloud.com/dannyblue/to-the-garden-of-the-hesperides/
Tue May 22 10:42:34 PDT 2012
Ven said:
Appreciate your efforts and thanks for introducing me to such awesome music. Here's to 10 more years !!
Wed May 9 15:12:46 PDT 2012
Leni J Unta said:
Here's to another decade! It's always good - keep it coming, your casts really make a difference. I really appreciate the work.
Fri Mar 16 07:20:34 PDT 2012
chris_c said:
congrats on 10 years of existence and excellent mixes. you do a great job and have introduced me to some fantastic music, even luring me away from my HM / HC diet! one little point, would it be possible to have the music at a higher bit-rate?
here's to another 10 years!
Sun Feb 26 14:06:54 PST 2012
steve.d said:
Happy anniversary B.C
a truly inspirational place,one of the first podcasts I came across way back,well done through some testing times,cosmic love to you.
Tue Feb 7 15:49:30 PST 2012
D Buckley said:
Your site offers some of the most underappreciated gems in music. Simply beautiful.
Mon Jan 2 09:42:11 PST 2012
enginemix said:
what the hell...amazing and rare grooves..i love them..thank you so much..and happy 2012 ..greeting from italy
Mon Aug 8 23:29:23 PDT 2011
Shiv Jaiswal said:
Thanks , just came across your page in my travels and want to congratulate you on a well-assembled site.Awesome site that will end up sucking up lots of my time .Thanks for putting it together for everyone!.
Sun May 22 14:04:41 PDT 2011
Pete Turnpenney said:
Stumbled upon your site a week ago - this is superb! Congratulations on every aspect of your work, and best wishes.
Wed Apr 27 13:04:40 PDT 2011
Libby said:
BION I'm impesresd! Cool post!
Mon Apr 18 15:03:14 PDT 2011
imaginal said:
So glad you are back.

You are the best.

Thank you.
Sat Mar 26 22:10:46 PDT 2011
Radio.Video.Jazz said:
Hello,

Just a quick word to let you know that you are featured in our blogroll on Radio.Video.Jazz http://www.radiovideojazz.com

Please check our site. If you like our work, do link back to us.

If you feel like contributing, let us know.

A lot of thanks.

The Radio.Video.Jazz Team
Sun Mar 20 05:42:04 PDT 2011
iiculeaeo said:
thanks on the side of this exacting tips
Sun Mar 13 05:22:53 PDT 2011
Fish said:
Music is my Sanctuary, music is my life ..

great podcast

cheers
Sun Feb 20 06:53:02 PST 2011
wico said:
thanks for this nice post.
Thu Feb 10 20:01:58 PST 2011
Cosmic Jazz said:
Here at CJ Towers we have enjoyed Bending Corners for many years. Your musical range is much like our own - www.cosmicjazz.co.uk - and it's great to see you back, refreshed and ready for more travelling through the spaceways.
BTW, we share the same philosophy regarding music purchase - we buy everything we play and usually from our favourite independent stores.
Good luck in this year of the rabbit - Neil@CJ
Wed Jan 26 06:47:02 PST 2011
Lok-co said:
Just checked back in. Great to see the music is back!

Glad to hear the China MP3 Sponges did not ruin our good thing.
Sat Jan 8 09:54:16 PST 2011
moon said:
Hi, I love your podcast !
Since the beginning!

Musik is gift !

Thx a lot !
Tue Jan 4 14:46:01 PST 2011
degall said:
wow! good luck (from italy)
Sat Jan 1 02:39:57 PST 2011
U2011 said:
have been checking into the bending corners podcasts for the last few years...am really sorry to hear about the mp3s being disabled. Terribly sad moment!

here's hoping 2011 sees the data back online again soon!

cheers from switzerland
Thu Dec 30 09:58:33 PST 2010
Zagor said:
Hi, I love this site!

By some reason, I get this when I tri to download the .mp3 file:

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /2010/vanguard.mp3 on this server.

Regards.
Tue Dec 28 06:01:37 PST 2010
paul said:
i've been listening on and off for years. i sure hope you get all your fabulous stuff back online again soon. all the best for the year to come!
Tue Dec 21 10:54:03 PST 2010
From Mumbai said:
Listen to your show from India. Am very saddened at the turn of the events.

Why dont you explore the idea of accepting donations from the listeners thru some online provider.

Regards & respect
Thu Dec 16 09:09:25 PST 2010
Chris@Chill Vibe Experience said:
Looking forward to getting you guys back on. I hope the problem gets resolved soon.
Wed Dec 15 12:35:50 PST 2010
del said:
here's to hoping your back....soon
Mon Dec 13 04:56:58 PST 2010
Lebaro Sefate. said:
Have been a fan four tha past 8 years without bendinconers i would have never known alice like i knoo alice and its indeed a sad moment...i hope i`ll get notices and updates an wots happening.... Thanks alot for everything ! thaboraz@gmail.com
Sun Dec 12 11:13:17 PST 2010
Phil said:
Hoping you guys get back online soon - you do a great job!
Sat Dec 11 04:26:26 PST 2010
pavel said:
long life to bending corners. I'm waiting you again as soon as possible!!!!!!
Fri Nov 19 21:29:24 PST 2010
xixo said:
Apenas hace poco descubrí Bending Corners, felicidades y gracias por compartir la buena música, saludos desde México!
Tue Oct 5 12:37:37 PDT 2010
massimo said:
so great music here... greetings from Italy! ;)
Mon Aug 30 08:57:19 PDT 2010
domaserisk said:
who was shaking his head back and forth knowingly Grissom shifted his eyes over at Brass,
Wed Aug 25 11:07:16 PDT 2010
Jamie said:
Started to listen to you guys almost a year ago while sequestered in a Buddhist monastary. They had an old grungy computer on dialup and I was hungry for music. Somehow I had come upon you guys and I've been enjoying ever since. Wanted to say thanks for the wonderful music. Peace.
Mon Aug 23 21:29:32 PDT 2010
Henry said:
Really love what you all are doing!
Keep up the good work.
More podcasts please.
Sat May 15 11:49:43 PDT 2010
Cosiner said:
Thank you.

Cosiner
www.cosiner.com


Fri May 14 00:56:29 PDT 2010
Rajeev from India said:
Thanks so much. Have been listening to your podcasts for last so many years. and i have come to know music and artists which otherwise me would never have got to hear !
Tue May 11 00:55:35 PDT 2010
Chris_C said:
Thanks for introducing me to some ace music - education and edification! any chance of higher bit-rates so we can enjoy it that much more?
Thu Apr 15 07:30:46 PDT 2010
pf5x said:
Greeting from The Netherlands. Long time listener. Great podcasts, love the music. Keep on spinning while the laundry machine does too ;-)
-- Enno
Thu Apr 8 19:02:39 PDT 2010
Cpt. Z said:
Ha Ha. I just saw the new basement listening room. I am counting my blessings! But hey, it's all good!

Rock on.
Thu Apr 8 05:28:46 PDT 2010
JoGirl said:
I really appreciate the music and being exposed to new sounds I would not otherwise encounter. Love the new "studio"--keep up the great work, but MAN OH MAN, use the spell check! LOL
Thu Mar 4 17:18:13 PST 2010
BC said:
Well Martin,
the music may be "free" to you, but its certainly not free for BendingCorners.

We buy ALL our music (usually from DustyGroove or Amoeba) and pay the bandwidth bills ($100/month) to host this site.

BendingCorners is fortunate enough to have a decent paying day job and thus we don't need to display ads or ask for donations, but the Artists we showcase in our podcasts can use all the funds they can get.
So please, BUY THEIR MUSIC and/or ATTEND THEIR LIVE SHOWS.
Tue Feb 23 01:34:48 PST 2010
Martin said:
Very nice blog,

I LOVE all the free jazz here.

BTW I have written this article about other sites that offer free legal jazz mp3 downloads as well. So whoever is interested you can check it out from here:

http://fr.ee/article/websites-from-where-you-can-easily-download-jazz-music-mp3_s-for-free
Sun Feb 21 21:16:25 PST 2010
Mick C said:
Thank you so much for the treasures you gift us
Sun Dec 6 15:05:27 PST 2009
Taryn H. said:
Hello from Chicago, IL, USA.
Bending Corners is my favorite podcast! It's entertaining and educational!! Thank you for the sonic delights!
Mon Nov 30 23:57:24 PST 2009
JackRamon said:
Hello, we are listed in your blogroll as radio.jazz.club. Please make note that we are now radio.video.jazz http://www.radiovideojazz.com/

If you could amend accordingly, it would be great. Many thanx in advance.

JR
Sun Nov 15 18:38:20 PST 2009
JayBee said:
Greetings from New Zealand - Awesome podcast! Not tied to a single style, always something different, never getting boring. Please keep up the good work!
Wed Nov 11 16:53:55 PST 2009
Bernard Alcorn said:
Hi:

My name is Bernard Alcorn and I'm sending this e-mail again in case it wasn't sent the first time. I am a Chicago-based jazz/contemporary jazz guitarist with a new cd,"A New Day" available online at CDBaby(www.cdbaby.com/cd/bernardalcorn2 and om i-Tunes.I learned about your program thru the Indie Bible and would like to have my cd considered for your program. If possible, please listen to the song samples and let me know if I should send my cd to you. My e-mail address is bernardalcorn@yahoo.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
Mon Jul 20 17:45:24 PDT 2009
Summi said:
Your website is way too cute for words - "groovy" is just one of those god awful buzz words that is ten IQ points below a valley girl. So I passed as you bent me but not favorably.
Wed Jun 17 08:12:31 PDT 2009
Christopher @ Chill Vibe Experience said:
yo digging the groove you have over here at Bending Corners. Showing love from the Chill Vibe Experience. www.chillvibexp.wordpress.com
Mon Jun 15 15:24:22 PDT 2009
Espeyzhj said:
Wonderfull great site
Mon Jun 15 11:56:35 PDT 2009
aldo iram said:
I can't download this month's playlist. What can i do?

I love your site. Greetings from México City.
Sun Jun 14 01:45:55 PDT 2009
Nocaigyp said:
this post is fantastic
Wed May 20 05:45:00 PDT 2009
BC said:
@Ss (and anyone else interested)...
Yes, BendingCorners is moving to a new server, but worry not, it should be a relatively smooth move. We have moved some of our other domains to the new server already, and those moves have gone well, so we hoping/expecting the same for the BC move. Fingers crossed. :)
Sun May 17 00:06:43 PDT 2009
Ss said:
moving? when? where? why? will we be informed? I'd hate to lose this site. Stonesthrow have found spiritual jazz from vietnam loas etc. Any chance of investigating this and getting us some........PLEASE!
Sun May 10 18:06:44 PDT 2009
Tmgpwrox said:
Excellent work, Nice Design
Sat Mar 28 22:58:45 PDT 2009
BC said:
@ib.Naazir, sambo, strohat, wibble, et all...
its music lovers like you that keep us going and are our reason for being.
Thu Mar 5 09:43:22 PST 2009
Ib.Naazir@gmail.com said:
I love y'all! I was raised during the golder era of hip hop and seeing where hip hop is now, it is such a blow to real creativity! Thank you for such a huge range of jazz sounds for us young cats transitioning into mature level headed listeners. Peace!
Tue Feb 24 03:49:42 PST 2009
Twila said:
Good afternoon. I have enjoyed greatly the second blooming... suddenly you find - at the age of 50, say - that a whole new life has opened before you.
Mon Feb 16 09:00:39 PST 2009
Carson said:
Still trying to find something to equal Desert Moments. I love music, lots of different kinds, but your 2005 Desert Moments is an all-time favourite for background that isn't background. It never gets carried away, so we can work while its on. But it's not sleepy, it's not sad, it doesn't bring you down. And no voices to catch your attention--I don't want my attention snagged; I just want to hear the sound. I've played Desert Moments over 3 times in a row, maybe more (that's 3+ hours)and I never get tired of it. Any chance for mo' Desert Mo's? Thanks extremely.
Sun Feb 8 06:08:19 PST 2009
kai said:
i love this podcast. been listening for around 6 months and still digging into the archives. thank you
Sat Nov 22 17:50:41 PST 2008
sambo said:
Are you kidding me??? I stumbled upon this site and I am floored. What a neat mix of music.

I have been disappointed in my current satellite radio. That got rid of a modern jazz station. Good bye radio, I've found something new!

I've loaded up my mp3 with every episode!
Thu Nov 6 04:45:40 PST 2008
Heike Lange said:
This is indeed an excellent podcast. I really appreciate the mind-opening diversity. Thanks.
Sun Nov 2 08:22:04 PST 2008
strohat said:
Thank you! BC helped me rediscover music I really like.
Sun Oct 19 06:42:48 PDT 2008
ben said:
cool site man
Sun Sep 21 11:04:50 PDT 2008
Wibble said:
Wow! I just noticed I posted a comment here three years ago.

If possible, you've got even more awesome with over time. "Matured, like a fine wine" as Marcellus Wallace one said.

Keep it up.
Thu Sep 18 11:57:59 PDT 2008
marco said:
is good listening free music
Wed Sep 10 00:43:49 PDT 2008
freelove said:
I'm happy very good site
Sat Sep 6 15:06:17 PDT 2008
arni said:
hi nice site thx
Thu Aug 28 15:41:00 PDT 2008
d.fresh said:
Thanks! Ridiculous first track!
Sat Aug 16 18:13:47 PDT 2008
sylvia said:
good work man
Fri Jul 25 00:44:33 PDT 2008
Makhosini, South Africa said:
Silly me, I thought my girlfriend wanted to make up because she loved only for her to ask me to load her I-pod with BendingCorners and then bounce.
Well, it was a good two-days while it lasted.

Brilliant work fellas, Always impressed.
Wed Jul 16 14:03:13 PDT 2008
Jazz Satellites 2 said:
I have the 3 CD Jazz Satellites Vol. 2 set available for sale? email if interested....jyanosik@aol.com
Wed Jul 16 14:02:02 PDT 2008
JJ said:
hi
love the spacey jazz playlists you call "Kozmigroove". Do you have info on Jazz Satellites Vol. 2 (the 3 CD sequel to the 2CD Vol. 1) that never got released? I see two different playlists for it online and need to find out which is real.
Also -one of the songs is "Danju" by Olatunji which I can't find anywhere - do you know this track?
thanks, JJ
Tue Jul 15 11:30:40 PDT 2008
Xavier Scott said:
Hello, I would like to submit a sample of my work. You can also listen at www.soundclick.com/xay
Thanks for your time.
Mon Jul 14 16:28:28 PDT 2008
Weso said:
Great show, much appreciated.
Thu Jun 26 10:14:48 PDT 2008
redone said:
'kin ace site! as one of the others mentioned something in higher bitrates would be cool but *more importantly* how about time listings on the trax in your mixes? they're awful long (no problem with that!) and seeking can be a PIA...
gonna get me
redone
Sun Jun 15 11:57:47 PDT 2008
alexandra silva said:
hi, my mane's Alexandra, i'm talking from Brasil.
i love the work of yours! thanx a lot for these podcasts! a very high perception of good music! wonderful selection of the most part of things i've been hearing 'til here...
take care, you're rare...
= D : ) ; )
Tue Jun 10 20:48:18 PDT 2008
TNj said:
One request is a mix for some really nice funk music! but really nice and rare and melodic-jazzy, BendingCorners trademark? Us bboys like to get down to great rare stuff!

Tue Jun 10 20:46:00 PDT 2008
cez said:
I love your podcasts!! nice mixing quality and GREAT Tracklists!! Subscribed via itunes and everything! Would it be possible in the near future to expect some releases in higher bitrates?

- Thanks and keep up the great musical work!!
Thu Jun 5 19:05:40 PDT 2008
DG said:
Love the music! Keep up the great work!
Mon May 12 17:53:48 PDT 2008
GibbyG said:
Love the site! Great stuff!
Sun May 11 10:53:56 PDT 2008
Bob said:
TREMENDOUS!
Sat Apr 19 03:47:48 PDT 2008
Tumwijuke, Uganda said:
I hope you can find the time to keep it up. I love your podcast. Actually, love is an understatement. I am enamoured of it. :-)
Sat Apr 12 14:12:47 PDT 2008
neil diamond music streaming said:
very nice site. I said it before and I say it now - GO ON with this site! Your website is very important for a whole continued!
Wed Mar 26 16:42:52 PDT 2008
Carol A said:
Have just found the site - great music & looks like a good mix of tracks. And thanks for the Zawinul - very nostalgic for me!
Sat Mar 15 08:55:08 PDT 2008
Clay said:
Hello,

Check out the Fusion group LP Stiles. You won't be disappointed.

www.myspace.com/lpstilestrio
Mon Mar 3 08:09:49 PST 2008
lucius said:
i know your a bit more underground, but do you get the "st germain des pres cafe" mixes? you probably do, or dont, because you dont like them lol, but im pretty into some of them them, and a number of the artists you have featured in your selections are on them so if you dont have any you should check them out
Sun Feb 17 06:17:53 PST 2008
nik said:
all the podcasts are the same one , how to get the different ones ??
This has been happening for long time and am now frustrated
Regards
NIK
Wed Jan 23 13:19:05 PST 2008
bacare said:
thanks for your great sets
i use them as walkin music all the time
(don't worry my ascap fees are paid)

also check out the end of set 2 of 3 now 4
it makes my arm hair stand up
Wed Jan 23 13:08:53 PST 2008
bacare said:
if yall are looking for material i record live in new orleans, check out my blog www.myspace.com/bacare all artists have given permission for internet distribution

definately check out norwegian death jazz
skerik james singleton endre landsnes
Tue Jan 22 18:23:09 PST 2008
soybpdh said:
Your site is amazing, thank you !
Regards, reddodj
Sat Jan 12 21:43:05 PST 2008
Zrfq said:
Hello, your site is amazing, i want say : "big thanks!" for you ! But my music site is coolt, too.
Wed Dec 19 07:35:53 PST 2007
Bakasdwp said:
Hello my name is Terry. I'm from England. I found some good things on your site and you change some moments of my life. Thank you.
Regards, Terry.
Mon Dec 10 10:53:30 PST 2007
sasha brinkova said:
Contrary to popular belief, the end of the year is one of the best times to look for, awesome descion
Sun Dec 9 18:52:19 PST 2007
MikeOz said:
Woo hoo! Cant wait for tha dope kozmi set! :)
Tue Dec 4 19:05:02 PST 2007
MikeOz said:
Just quickly, you rock!!! but where is our November cast? Im dying hear more of your great efforts. Keep up the great work!

:)
Thu Aug 9 01:09:24 PDT 2007
Neil MacRae said:
Hi guys
Thanks as always for a great new set - Modern Architecture. But how frustrating - you don't identify the track between Directions/Echoes and what is actually the Five Corner Quintet (rather than Paolo Fedreghini). Any ideas - I love the stripped down contemporary twist on the Don Cherry/Codona style pocket trumpet/bass mix...
Please identify if you can - or put me on the right track. And the Directions track is cool too - no links to sites on this playlist tho'.
I love Bending Corners - been downloading since the start and I then go and BUY!
Neil
Thu Aug 2 05:55:31 PDT 2007
Cynan (textureDJs) said:
Congratulations Mr and Mrs BC! All the best, hope that you don't have too many sleepless nights with Myles.

cheerio!
Cynan
Mon Jul 23 19:11:15 PDT 2007
JazzDJ said:
ps. yeah, funk Jeff from Straight NoChaser... what does he contribute to peoples expansion of jazz and those corners-a-bending... your place is unique in this fragile world... keep on keeping on ;-)
Mon Jul 23 19:00:30 PDT 2007
JazzDJ said:
hey man, congrats on the arrival of Myles Stanton... i know i know (in a Woody Allen voice from his early funny films)!!! All the best for the future man, enjoy them while you can, they soon grow... into jazz musicians and dj's ;-)
Tue Jul 17 09:48:21 PDT 2007
Rico said:
Oh yeah, there are lots of us out here who care. Keep up your fantastic efforts. They're much appreciated.
Fri Jun 29 18:44:06 PDT 2007
Papayio said:
Thank you.
Sun Jun 17 21:25:40 PDT 2007
BendingCorners said:
Jeff:
can you elaborate on your comment that you are "getting tired of the same old same old."?
What do you mean by that?

We have been trying hard to produce monthy jazz-n-groove sets with a wide variety of themes incorporating a number of different genres.

Do you feel the themes are not varied enough? Is the overarching concept of jazz-n-groove too limiting for you? Are the selections not "bent" enough?
What?

We do appreciate that you are a regular listener and very much appreciate your candid comments, but if you want us "to get back into the game", you'll need to tell us what the game is.
Fri Jun 15 13:18:29 PDT 2007
Jeff from Straight NoChaser Jazz said:
Aww c'mon - I listen to you constantly at work and Im getting tired of the same old same old. get back into the game, pelase!!!!! Best, Jeff
Sun Jun 10 03:52:58 PDT 2007
BAC-II said:
Thanks gals/guys,great stuff ... only just found ya, but then I only just clicked-in to this computer-jive aswell ... still stuck in 1994, but will catch-up soon enough. Your backlog will assist ... so thanks again, and if life allows, then do please keep it up.
Sat Jun 2 11:02:22 PDT 2007
JazzDJ said:
getting withdrawl symptoms man... cold turkey is killing me... quick, need a bc fix ;-)
Sat Jun 2 09:11:20 PDT 2007
jamal said:
Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing such great music! I check in every month for the latest and greatest.

Bless up!
Thu May 31 19:26:10 PDT 2007
tmt said:
Fantastic site -- I've been listening all day and it just gets better and better!
Tue May 29 19:11:14 PDT 2007
Ambien said:
Hinicesitemdu hoho
Wed May 9 17:23:27 PDT 2007
Dipnf said:
Keep up the great work!
Sun May 6 06:54:06 PDT 2007
Julianna said:
I am really excited. This will be my first time visiting, good work. Good stuff. :-)..!
Sun Apr 29 07:07:04 PDT 2007
Nicolas said:
I just wanted to thank you. I enjoy the music selection very much and the playlists give me the opportunity to explore it a little more by myself.

Thanks!
Fri Apr 27 01:12:45 PDT 2007
steve.d said:
been a big fan of yours since the early
beginnings,will the kozmigroove branch
ever resurface?how about a show themed
from one particular label e.g the milestone label / orrin keepnews great producer,thanks again BC keep the faith.
Tue Apr 24 22:34:53 PDT 2007
wqt2e8 said:
Execuse mee plees for vis messaga posted from Norenbergen Shutgorto blin...
Mon Apr 16 16:50:37 PDT 2007
btm said:
Hey nice jazz sets, great!

keep up the great work
Sun Apr 15 22:50:17 PDT 2007
Looop said:
Keep up the great work!
Fri Apr 13 15:35:39 PDT 2007
alex said:
hi nice site.
Sun Apr 1 05:13:20 PDT 2007
Tom said:
Hello.nice site
Mon Mar 26 05:04:17 PDT 2007
robert said:
hi all. nice blog. its very ineresting article.
Wed Mar 21 02:50:45 PDT 2007
lazi said:
I've been a loyal listener for about one year and I can honestly say that this is the BEST music podcast available (in my opinion of course). Keep up the great work!

http://sphericalsounds.blogspot.com/
Mon Mar 19 22:48:21 PDT 2007
GramBorder said:
Hi

I want to all of you know, World is mine, and yoursite good

Bye
Mon Mar 19 20:32:47 PDT 2007
viagra said:
"taram pam pam"
Mon Mar 19 16:19:45 PDT 2007
google said:
hello from google...
Mon Mar 12 07:33:50 PDT 2007
air fare said:
hi great site great work thank you
Fri Mar 9 09:51:30 PST 2007
FotoSessoIt said:
My bad, you created a well done work !..
Wed Mar 7 21:13:48 PST 2007
Magnificent N said:
That'll teach me to read through my comment before pressing the "Post button"

^fee^feel

For those that like this, why not try beyondjazz and nujazzsoul as well
(or is this old news)?
Wed Mar 7 21:03:54 PST 2007
Magnificent N said:
How do you fee about producing 160kb/s mp3?
Fri Mar 2 05:07:18 PST 2007
Jocelyn said:
Thanks for all your selections. There's some tunes that I allready known but lot that I enjoy to hear for the first time on your web site!

Paris
Sun Feb 18 07:53:49 PST 2007
Francis said:
Looks good! Keep up the great work. It very impressive. Thanks!
Fri Feb 2 12:45:08 PST 2007
DeanLemm said:
Bending Corners Back in Full EEEEFFFEEZZECT...good stuff...keep doin it!!!!!
Mon Jan 29 10:55:46 PST 2007
João said:
What a wonderfol music! Thank you
Lisboa
Fri Jan 26 06:02:28 PST 2007
marionxlx said:
hi 2 all.
hello world! It is nice site. Keep working!
best regards
Thu Jan 25 04:47:47 PST 2007
azazello. said:
Hi!Q
Great site!
Thu Jan 4 09:28:31 PST 2007
Le Lou said:
That's magnificient! There's lot of stuff on this site that I did not known already, some really good stuff. Discovering new horizons is always appreciate. Thanks!
Wed Jan 3 14:04:02 PST 2007
None said:
So interesting site, thanks!
Sat Dec 23 23:12:24 PST 2006
DeanLemm said:
I've listened to all of the mixes from 2003-2005 but i am having trouble with downloading the 2006 mixes...
It seems that every link after Scandiland downloads the same mix...

Let me know if i am doing something wrong.

Great job, on the ones i've downloaded...keep em' coming.
Mon Dec 18 06:47:08 PST 2006
chris_c said:
thx once again for introducing me to so much good music, most of it new to me. will be hunting down a LOT of the featured artists! more please!
Tue Dec 12 10:45:34 PST 2006
Ria said:
Man oh man! Still can't get over these wonderful mixes. They never bore me, always mix seamlessly, shift with my moods. Lots of old favourites, leading off into new variations. "Classic Architecture" appears to be my favourite, judging from its frequency in Winamp.

Grazie x1000 for your gifts.

Ria Bacon in Jamaica
Wed Dec 6 17:42:20 PST 2006
Koizumi said:
I've been wanting to say for a couple of years now that I truly appreciate this website. Thank you so very much disseminating such wonderful music out into the world. My LP collection has overflowed since stumbling upon this site. Once again, thank you.

Tue Dec 5 18:40:47 PST 2006
Diego Soalre said:
Fuzzadelic: This is one of the best mixes of the year. The beats are great and the rythm is unvelible good.
Thanks, I will be purchasing the whole mix of artists.
Fri Oct 20 09:37:45 PDT 2006
richmondboy said:
That Les McCann track is the dogs bollox as we say in England
Wed Oct 18 07:18:24 PDT 2006
[Ghost Jazz] said:
Deep in the far reaches of space

Bending Corners is the place.....

Bending Your Mind With Abstract

Rhythms of Blues and Jazz

Bending your mind and melting like "Glass" - Only to reform without angles without edges

Bending of Time and Space......

Ohh What A Place what A Place...

Note: [A gift to B.C. ^_^]

Oct.18.2006 Wendesday
Mon Oct 9 20:49:29 PDT 2006
Hamet said:
Thank you so much!!!!
Epic brew!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Give us more.
Thanks.
Sat Oct 7 17:58:44 PDT 2006
Juan C said:

amzing! amazing!

please don't stop with this, keep grooving!

see ya
Tue Oct 3 06:02:55 PDT 2006
Jipes said:
Excellent mix of african oriented tunes for this new edition I had the nice surprise of rediscovering the Great Ali Farka Toure a real master of the malian music.

You're doing an excellent job Thanks a lot

http://www.myspace.com/jipesproject
Mon Oct 2 02:26:14 PDT 2006
tmoe said:
great online blog. I ve found this one through paris dj's!
Keep on rockin' and greetings from cologne/ger
Tmoe
check: onetaketapes.com
Wed Sep 27 08:13:54 PDT 2006
Greg said:
Hi, I noticed your recent podcasts are 64kbps, whereas you used to do 128kbps. The last one at higher bitrate was "Stata-sphere". Can you bring back the higher bitrate?

You have an excellent show, but that lower bitrate hurts my ears on good speakers!
Sun Sep 10 12:22:39 PDT 2006
feedforward@versatel.nl said:
I would like to share some of your mixes on slsk. is that ok ?

please reply !!

Thanks
Wed Aug 30 05:06:08 PDT 2006
Ed Ilagan (Philippines) said:
Hello BC, this site is heaven sent, thank you for your effort in churning out these fantastic music sets. I find it highly enjoyable, exploratory and educational.

How about a theme focusing on Rhodes electric piano?

KEEP THE MUSIC GOING.
Thu Aug 24 07:53:13 PDT 2006
Lech Koslacz said:
Really amazing! Keep working. I enjoyed me visit.

Mon Aug 21 05:57:59 PDT 2006
Cynan, textureDJs said:
I've always wanted to be Molly Ringwald!

cheerio
Cynan
textureDJs.com
Thu Aug 17 18:46:02 PDT 2006
Curt McGirt said:
Just found this site on Odeo,I must say that quite frankly...THIS SITE IS THA SHIZZZZNIT! Keep it funky fellas!
Sun Aug 13 00:02:14 PDT 2006
Steven said:
What's up my brother?! Keep up the good work, and cheers!!!
Sat Jul 15 12:22:49 PDT 2006
Ivan ( Zambia Africa ) said:
Stepped on to this site whilst hanging out on the brownswood site. Man, loving every download I have received, every moment. Thanks for the care and dedication that you all put in this. As far away as Africa friends are also now tuning into your goodness.
Fri Jul 14 20:06:07 PDT 2006
Woody said:
Solid and verved.. if you know what I mean.
Sat Jul 1 08:28:04 PDT 2006
ENAY said:
Great thanks for broadening my musical horizons. BC is by far the best podcast i've lisened to.

Keep the groove runnin'
Thu Jun 22 17:49:21 PDT 2006
Jamal said:
I found you guys a while ago and have been dedicated ever since my first listening. Many thanks for sharing your musical taste.
keep groovin!

p.s here's one you may or my not know.
either way it's a good listen.

"Hey Jude" by Yusef Lateef/album: gentle Giant. Trus me it's brilliant the way he flipped it.
Thu Jun 15 14:41:38 PDT 2006
Brad Jones said:
Hi ya!

I just heard about this website and I absolutely LOVE IT! What a wonderfully funky, somewhat obscure selection of music from many musical genres I enjoy in the field of jazz, funk, soul, electronica & hip-hop. Some truly ingenius blends. Keep it coming I say!

As for a recommendation for a future theme, what about jazz songs featuring unusual instruments, such as:
-BUDDY EMMONS: (from the album "Steel Guitar Jazz") featuring of course steel guitar.
-YUSEF LATEEF: one of his many songs that feature oboe.
-BELA FLECK: one of his more jazzy excursions that exploit his banjo.
-HERBIE HANCOCK: "Steppin' In It" from the Man-Child CD featuring Stevie Wonder on harmonica.
-CHARLIE HUNTER: "My Son the Hurricane" that features John Ellis on bass clarinet.
And I know there are others I've heard that feature tuba, french horn, alto flute, and a whole whack of unusual percussion instruments.

Anyway, just thought it could be a rather exotic sounding mix. Regardless, I'm a fan for as long as you're kicking the groove. Thanks!
Sat Jun 10 12:44:51 PDT 2006
Diego Solare said:
Great music. I agree with you in that I like to hear the instruments and very few songs.
Thu Jun 8 07:31:36 PDT 2006
norelpref said:
By far you are producing the best "podcasts" out there. Amidst all the self-indulgent crap in the podsphere you are a pearl.

The mixes are just awesome. What can I say. Major props to y'all.
Mon May 8 03:59:23 PDT 2006
Jaime Vives Piqueres said:
This site is terrifically useful and handy for people with a groove addiction like me. Now I don't need to become an expert on this genre just to listen the best of it! It was very funny to find that almost all of my related bookmarks are on you links list... :)

Thanks for this site!

Sat Apr 29 01:50:04 PDT 2006
King of Bongo said:
Hey, Crucial website!

King of Bongo has blogged about you: http://kingofbongo.blogspot.com/

Keep up the vital work
Respect
Wed Apr 26 07:24:28 PDT 2006
Jason said:
This is the most excellent jazz feed on the web me thinks !

I don't know you get away with it legaly but long may Bending Corners thrive and survice
Sat Apr 8 05:07:40 PDT 2006
feedforward@versatel.nl said:
thanks for sharing.
try to explore the following theme:
"in search of the miraculous"

or...how to stay awake


Sun Mar 26 04:52:33 PST 2006
feedforward@versatel.nl said:
epic jazz brew is one of the finest things i've ever heard !!

truly a legendary mix.....
Sat Mar 4 13:12:26 PST 2006
Hannah - Stoke Newington said:
Hi.
Thoroughly enjoying working through your archives and learning a lot!
Would it be possible to add approximate timings to assist with relating the track listings to what we're hearing?
Thanks a keep up the good work!
Hannah
Mon Feb 27 13:20:26 PST 2006
Mattferret - Paris said:
Great work, good mixes
could you please put the tracklisting in information ?
It'd be so much more comfortable.

Keep it Real
Thu Feb 16 10:37:13 PST 2006
suzie/Factotum for musicalcompositions.net said:
Just discovered your site and I adore it! Wow I can't wait to spend and hour ever few days going thru an archived set. Keep up the superb work.
Wed Feb 8 23:17:10 PST 2006
Taka in Japan said:
Hello.
Thank you for sharing your excellent mixes with us.
I am looking forward to your next mix.
Keep up the good work.
Sun Feb 5 03:51:50 PST 2006
[Jazz Ghost] said:
I've heard of your other "Bending Corners" like Cinematic Jazz Scenes which by far is my absolute favorite.

I heard on that mix a track by "Cowboy Bebop" which you've played from Yoko Ono who was the Writer/ Producer, behide the aonsomble.
Which the track that you featured was off the "Cowboy Bebop Album" called : The Remixes.

I believe that song was Track 11: Fe (DJ Vadim Remix)made by DJ Vadim from Ninjatunes Records.

Anyway let me stop, and thank you for your efforts in Bringing nothing but the best in this mix.

Major,Major, Big-Up's

Jazz-Ghost.........


Sun Feb 5 03:51:13 PST 2006
[Jazz Ghost] said:
I've heard of your other "Bending Corners" like Cinematic Jazz Scenes which by far is my absolute favorite.

I heard on that mix a track by "Cowboy Bebop" which you've played from Yoko Ono who was the Writer/ Producer, behide the aonsomble.
Which the track that you featured was off the "Cowboy Bebop Album" called : The Remixes.

I believe that song was Track 11: Fe (DJ Vadim Remix)made by DJ Vadim from Ninjatunes Records.

Anyway let me stop, and thank you for your efforts in Bringing nothing but the best in this mix.

Major,Major, Big-Up's

Jazz-Ghost.........


Fri Jan 27 11:58:07 PST 2006
dirk bouters said:
hello bc,
as people say in belgium, you're the max
keep those mixes up (and please don't chat in those, a playlist does the job)
thnx again and again

dirk
Wed Jan 25 02:23:37 PST 2006
Lidia Sadlowsi said:
Hello there

I would like to offer an exchange of links between your website and ours, which have excellent Google rankings.
If you find such a proposal interesting then please send me details of your sites.
However, if you are not interested please accept my apologies for taking your time.

Best regards
Lidia Sadlowski,

sadlowski_lidia@o2.pl
Mon Jan 23 12:42:26 PST 2006
Stephanie Renee said:
As a fellow podcaster and faithful listener, I just have to say that your mixes are awesome! However, the only thing that I would recommend is including SOME kind of station ID or something to remind people of what they're listening to. Now that I've finally venture here to your actual website (I initially found you through a podcast directory), I will cut-n-paste your playlists as well...because you never "say what you play."

Keep jammin'!!!

VibeMistress, Soul Sanctuary Radio
http://www.Soul-Sanctuary.net
Sun Jan 22 16:54:14 PST 2006
Oliebol said:
Keep on groovin', UR the best!
PS. Can u give some .cue files with the monthly remixes?
Many thanks!
Sat Jan 21 15:25:25 PST 2006
Pow said:
BC keeps me groovin' - even on gray days.
By the way: did anybody ever hear about this vinyl record: Bruce Palmer - The Cycle is complete ?????? Lost it many years ago. Think it was never released - i'd love to find it again.
Thu Jan 19 13:38:59 PST 2006
brown jenkin said:
as good as it gets!
Tue Jan 10 16:32:29 PST 2006
kat said:
I am looking for a mp3 of Nina Simone's Pirate Jenny. I found it on a few sites, however expired.
Tue Jan 3 06:26:44 PST 2006
Orange Alert said:
Hi Bending Corners, love the mixes. I'd like to send you a cd from Orange Alert that might fit your show.
http://www.orangealert.us
Keep up the beats
petecarney07@aol.com

Thu Dec 22 18:54:21 PST 2005
moondog said:
Thanks BC for all your work and effort. As I listen to the music I can't help but think how much I appreciate what you are doing here.
Sat Dec 17 05:22:34 PST 2005
wouter gordts said:
i read on your blog your looking for a stereo compressor. you might want to look at the RNC (Realy Nice Compressor) by FMRaudio. its the best comp you'll find for $200. check out this link, http://fmraudio.com/RNC1773.HTM
Sat Dec 17 05:14:27 PST 2005
wouter gordts said:
keep the good mixes coming! i love it, i'm looking forward to the next one! thanks, and a big 'two thumbs up' all the way from brussels...
Mon Dec 12 21:22:58 PST 2005
brown jenkin said:
right on, right on, i've been listening to
the last 3 casts alot. what's not to like?
thanks to the musicians for creating the music and thanks to BC for the delivery. i
can't wait for next month.
Sat Dec 10 08:16:58 PST 2005
ben s said:
very cool.
a couple of recommendations:

Ghetto Mysticism: Brighter Days
http://jazz.discogs.com/release/453003

The Ripple Effect: Hybrids
http://jackdejohnette.com/
(must declare an interest here, i was involved with this one)
Wed Dec 7 19:31:46 PST 2005
Bill said:
The music that i really like it's all here!
Most part of this music is also in my music...
www.mopmop.com
Sat Dec 3 07:26:16 PST 2005
count spacey said:
excellent mixes,thanks for all your hard work, just discovered you and have been catching up wow.
Mon Nov 21 15:24:15 PST 2005
tom.santamera@gmail.com said:
oops i meant the build an ark track... leon thomas is always good tho :blush:
Thu Nov 10 13:24:38 PST 2005
totally fuzzy herr k. said:
as you can see here:
http://tofuhaus.antville.org/search?q=freeform

i´ve mentioned your mixes in my blog. i like them very much ´cause of their tasteful compilation of choosen artists and tracks. you have to be an enthusiast and the resulting spirit is worth it.

herr k.
Thu Nov 10 02:45:37 PST 2005
Jon Myles said:
Just discovered the site. Brilliant stuff! Moving through some of the downloads. Can't wait to hear more.
Keep up the good work.
Fri Nov 4 01:54:18 PST 2005
marcy said:
Hi there!

It gives us great pleasure to present the SingerWanted project to you. We hope you will be able to help us by boosting our profile, which will make it easier for us to reach our objective - to have as many singers as possible put themselves forward as candidates so that we can pick the very best singer for our band. We're convinced that SingerWanted is a totally original, one-of-a-kind project that will benefit not only us, as a group, but also anyone else who is involved in promoting the SingerWanted brand, which is sure to attract a lot of attention and interest. You can find a whole load of information on the project at www.singerwanted.net. We would really appreciate any help you could give us, and would be most grateful if you could mention us in one of your pieces or, better still, devote a little weekly or monthly piece to the project in which you give updates on what's new and list the new candidates. These are just a couple of ideas, and we're sure you could come up with many others, given your expertise in the field. Any support at all from you would be a fantastic bonus. We hope you like our music - check it out at http://www.singerwanted.net
Wed Nov 2 16:12:10 PST 2005
funky4-1poor said:
where have You been whole my life?
thank you for this site, and Your effort!

site (available soon) http://funk.prv.pl/
Sat Oct 29 10:08:50 PDT 2005
flyinglow said:
the greatest podcast i have found so far.

but pleeeeeeeeeeeease make a RSS with the 128kbps files, not just the 64kbps ones...
Wed Oct 26 20:30:33 PDT 2005
tom.santamera@gmail.com said:
the leon thomas track on the spirits within mix -

wow.

serously cannot express my respect for what you people are doing without sounding like a gushing fanboy so just keep it cosmic!!!
Tue Oct 18 01:23:16 PDT 2005
Luke said:
I really enjoy the podcast, but I'd love it if the 128 kbps version were available by subscription... the 64 kpbs feed just doesn't do the music justice!
Mon Oct 10 15:06:46 PDT 2005
david@JazzDJ.co.uk said:
Excellent! Love what you guys are doing... Downloading ALL excursions ;-) Keep the vibe alive!
Wed Oct 5 14:13:31 PDT 2005
Bird said:
Hey, I liked the word set. But I just managed to listen to it. I find myself hanging on to your casts. It's nice to be turned on to some new/old music.
Thu Sep 22 15:36:55 PDT 2005
rod said:
hello BC staff. the podcasts are very good.
i've downloaded 2 ones !!!! good

c U
Sat Sep 17 03:56:13 PDT 2005
sunbear said:
Love the podcast, great mixes, great playlists.

I am missing an alternative podcast feed that loads the 128kbps files instead of the 64kbps, though...
Mon Sep 12 05:31:11 PDT 2005
Jim Woods said:
I really love the podcasts! Almost invariably exactly what I want to hear. Keep up the good work!
Thu Sep 8 16:14:41 PDT 2005
Alex said:
hot DAMN I lvoe this show... thanks for the monthly mix, I just wish it were more often... Keep it up!
Sun Sep 4 05:49:13 PDT 2005
snip said:
Want to hear a specific artist, song, or genre?

well, dunno about that, but i´m sure you need to hear this record: Ricci Rucker- Fuga

available: http://www.alphapuprecords.com/ on CD

heard promises of "the last" vinyl run:
http://www.asisphonics.net/releases.html

seriously, you need to hear this record.

Sat Aug 27 09:59:19 PDT 2005
Wibble said:
Love the Desert - Moments mix.

Are you related to Freeform.org?
Thu Aug 18 15:06:52 PDT 2005
jepel said:
I just want to tell you that you are doing a very fine job and I, with a couple of friend are regular listener and great fan of your personal mixes.

Just keep going that way. Please!
Thu Aug 11 11:35:52 PDT 2005
BendingCorners said:
Would like to encourage you to post your comments, feedback, questions, and suggestions.

Have a suggestion for a good theme to explore?
Want to hear a specific artist, song, or genre?
Have a link or site you recommend?
Got music you want to share?
Interested in finding other jazz-n-groove minded folks?
Post your thoughts and comments here.