Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by Asa Briggs.|
|Series||The history of broadcasting in the United Kingdom -- v.2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||688 p. :|
|Number of Pages||688|
The Golden Age of Wireless: The History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom Volume II Asa Briggs Published by Oxford University Press, London (). The golden age of wireless. [Asa Briggs] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Asa Briggs. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description. referencing The Golden Age Of Wireless, CD, Album, RE, RM + DVD-V, NTSC, 2 2 4, This CD (EMI – 2 2 4, EMI – ; the version with 19 tracks and a DVD) is mastered slightly faster than some of the original pressings (such as . It staggers the mind, but the quintessential, original UK LP sequence of “The Golden Age Of Wireless” didn’t make it to CD format until ! EMI finally hit the Thomas Dolby discography with some deluxe remaster love and “Wireless” was once more restored to its former glory with the songs segued together to form a cohesive whole.
"The Golden Age of Wireless" by Thomas Dolby is an album that will stand on it's own two legs quite comfortably in regards to music's 'Golden Age of New Wave'. But Mr. Dolby's duet with Lene Lovich on "Cloudburst on Shingle Street" is a hidden jewel for the rest of us who also love Lene Lovich. Thank you Mr. Dolby, and thank you Ms. Lovich/5(81). () "The Golden Age of Wireless " is a album by Synthpop pioneer Thomas Dolby. The album is notable for containing the pop hit " She Blinded Me with Science " in its later resequencings (see below). Track list from the US CD Release. The Golden Age of Wireless. Originally released in the UK and US including the songs "Europa and the Pirate Twins", "Airwaves", and "Radio Silence", the first releases of Dolby's first solo album, The Golden Age of Wireless (Harvest, ) did not include the album's signature hit, "She Blinded Me with Science".
The modern day internet and the direction it's going with social media and online communication may be viewed as dystopian for some, and with good reason. Verified Purchase "The Golden Age of Wireless" by Thomas Dolby is an album that will stand on it's own two legs quite comfortably in regards to music's 'Golden Age of New Wave'. But Mr. Dolby's duet with Lene Lovich on "Cloudburst on Shingle Street" is a hidden jewel for the rest of us who also love Lene Lovich. If anything, The Golden Age of Wireless is the friendlier, peppier flip side of fellow Bowie obsessive Gary Numan's work, where the melancholy is gentle instead of harrowing. Dolby's melodies are sprightly without being annoyingly perky, his singing warm, and his overall performance a pleasant : $ The History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom: The golden age of wireless Volume 2 of The History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom, Asa Briggs: Author: Asa Briggs: Publisher: Oxford University Press, ISBN: , Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.