Amrap’s AirIt is community radio’s Australian music catalogue and distribution service.
Any Australian community radio program maker and station library coordinator can apply for a free
They login to order customized CDs containing the music they want to broadcast at no cost to them
or instantly download the music.
Anyone else can browse the catalogue to see artist information, links to buy music and official
artist videos — but only authorised radio users can login to access and order the music.
Bakelite Radio have charted a strange path in the making of their CDs. The story began in late '99 during their first studio sessions. The tracks were sounding great but a shift in direction arose. The band did more demo's, recorded some of those originals and completed the disc. It didn't seem right to call the release anything but Volume II.
Moving forward nearly nine years to Volume IV sessions and an odd thing happened. Bakelite Radio had moved back to the feel of the '99 sessions. These tracks reminded the guys of that starting point years before. Old demo's were dusted off, other tracks tweaked and, combining the sounds from Volume IV sessions felt right.
Bakelite Radio Volume I, where it all began.
About this track...
I did find a demo of songs that I was going to get around to record for Volume I. I would do this a lot.
I kept Let The Good Times Roll, Anna and Nobody’s Fault But Mine just as I found them.