Hello from The Sound of the Ladies, makers of music and singers of songs. Here we’ve collected all our songs about sadness and joy and songs about science and ideas; songs about stuff that grows on the ocean floor and helps your libido, songs about a man with one million heads and one million hands; songs about mathematicians thrown into the sea for their dangerous ideas; songs about the power of love to drive away nightmares.
The Sound of The Ladies’ latest album, released on November 23rd 2012, is available here:
You can listen to the Sound of The Ladies’ debut album, “We went to the bottom of the Ocean”, here and pay as much as you like, should you choose to download it! You’re welcome.
You can download the whole of the “Live at Gipsy Hill” EP for free when you sign up to our mailing list. It’s not remotely spammy and we only tell you about cool stuff.
You can listen to and buy the rest of the back-catalogue below:
Or for songs about science, the Dr Martin Austwick album is here:
Other notable appearances
The Sound of The Ladies’ “Day of The Snail” appears on the GeekPop “Geek Like Me” minialbum:
Martin Austwick plays guitar on Overdrive Orchestra’s “Never Outnumbered” EP
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If you would like to hear a particular jingle/song, please email me or Answer Me This and I’ll see whether we can get it posted up here. And if you’d like to use a jingle to demonstrate the perils of podcasting at a public lecture, or something equally worthy, please do the same. Thanks!
The True Story of Martin the Sound Man
At last, the truth uncovered. Recorded live at The Answer Me This 10o Live!
Half Hour Commute
Answer me This Email jingle (robo)
The 90s trance version of our popular and annoying email jingle.
Some wise words of advice from the superlative Joanna Neary.
The Merch Song
Spirited Helen Zaltzman and Martin White duet. I can’t really claim much credit for this one.
Old episodes – Bloody Ball
Ben Folds-inspired (not that you could tell) plugfest.
To hear non-AMT music by me, click on one of the links at the top of this page!
All covers appear with permission of original artists. Contact me if you’re a copyright holder being infringed.
End Music by The Monroe Transfer is given the Sound of The Ladies Xmas party treatment.