Friday, 13 December 2013

Episode 10

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1. Caravan — "Place of My Own" (from Caravan, 1968)

2. Sun Ra and his Arkestra — "Spontaneous Simplicity" (from Pictures of Infinity, live in New York 1968, released 1971)

3. Brainville — "The Fall of Colonel Kong" (from The Children's Crusade, 1999)

4. Robert Wyatt — "The Moon in June" (from '68, recorded 1968, released 2013)

5. Cinematic Orchestra — "Night of the Iguana" (from Motion, 1999)

6. Soft Machine — "Bone" (from Fifth, 1972)

[recordings from a series of concerts at a secret woodland location near Canterbury, May—September 2013:]

7. Zen Bicycle Band — improvisation (2013-08-18)
8. The Orchestra That Fell to Earth — "Organum" (2013-06-15)
9. Arlet (feat. Annie Whitehead) — "Chasing Tales" (2013-09-08)
10. Lapis Lazuli — "Alien" [excerpts] (2013-08-23)
11. Circulus — unknown lute piece (2013-09-22)
12. Circulus — "My Body is Made of Sunlight" (2013-09-22)
13. Daevid Allen (with Ian East) — "Garden Song" (2013-05-01)
14. Daevid Allen (with Yumi Hara Cawkwell) — "Under the Yumyum Tree" (2013-05-01)
15. Chris Banks — solo guitar piece [title unknown] (2013-09-08)
16. Arlet — "The Big Ship" (2013-09-08)

17. Kevin Ayers — "Animals" (7" single, 1980)

18. Kevin Ayers and the Whole World — "Colores Para Dolores" (from BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert, live at the Paris Theatre, London, January 1972)

19. Scientist — "Quasar" (from Scientist Meets the Space Invaders, 1981)

20. Augustus Pablo — "555 Dub Street" (from King Tubby's Meets the Rockers Uptown, 1976)

21. Cedric "Im" Brooks & The Light of Saba — "Ethiopia" (from The Light of Saba, 1974)

22. Mulatu Astatke — "Kasalefkut-Hulu" (from Mulatu of Ethiopia, 1972)

23. Matching Mole — "Brandy as in Benji" (from Smoke Signals, BBC Radio session, 1972-06-21)

24. Dave MacRae — electric piano solo (from Matching Mole's Smoke Signals, live in Paris, 1972-05-15)

25. Hawkwind — "LSD" (from Electric Tepee, 1992)

26. Annette Peacock — "Survival" (from The Perfect Release, 1979)

27. Lady June — "Optimism" (from Lady June's Linguistic Leprosy, 1974)



errata/clarifications: I should have mentioned that Dave MacRae was from New Zealand (where this episode was put together)!





1 Comments:

Blogger Gary A Lucas said...

Thanks for the Daevid Allen and Happy New Year! The Annette Peacock was a nice touch for me. I can't say I ever heard the Kevin Ayers track 'Animals'. Like that. Hey, I want my MTV!

24 December 2013 at 19:05  

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