Sunday 3 May 2015

Episode 21

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Daevid Allen — "Why Do We Treat Ourselves Like We Do?" (from Now is the Happiest Time of Your Life, 1977)

3. Felt — "Sending Lady Load" (from The Pictorial Jackson Review, 1988)

4. Katrina Krimsky — "A Rainbow in Curved Air" (from Katrina Krimsky, 1975)

5. John Cage — "Experiences No. 2" (from Voices and Instruments, 1976) [e e cummings poem sung by Robert Wyatt]

6. Syd Arthur — "Dorothy" [Amorphous Androgynous remix] (from A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble, 2014)

7. Kevin Ayers and The Wizards of Twiddly — "Super Salesman" (live in Solingen, Germany, 1995-10-24)

8. Hugh Hopper and Mike Travis — "Sliding Dogs" (from Archive Vol. 3: North & South, 2014, recorded Aberdeen, 1995-08-24)

9. "Divided Alien" — Adam Oko's Daevid Allen tribute mix:

Gong — "Octave Doctors and the Crystal Machine" (from Flying Teapot, 1973)
Daevid Allen — "The Switch Doctor" [excerpt] (originally broadcast BBC 1967)
Gong — "Radio Gnome" concert loop [excerpt]
Daevid Allen — "Memories" [featuring Robert Wyatt] (from Banana Moon, 1971)
Gong — "Rational Anthem" (from Magick Brother, 1970)
Daevid Allen — "The Switch Doctor" [excerpt] (originally broadcast BBC 1967)
Gong — "Flute Salad" (from Angels Egg, 1973)
Daevid Allen — "Deya Goddess" (from Now is the Happiest Time of Your Life, 1977)
Daevid Allen — "The Switch Doctor" [excerpt] (originally broadcast BBC 1967)
Gong — "And You Tried So Hard" (from Camembert Electrique, 1971)
Daevid Allen — "Stoned Innocent Frankenstein" (from Banana Moon, 1971)
Gong — "Castle in the Clouds" (from Angels Egg, 1973)
Gong — "Thoughts for Nought" (from You, 1974)
Daevid Allen and Euterpe — "Wee Bit More" (from Studio Rehearsal Tapes 1977, 1977)
Gong — "Love is How Y Make It" (from Angels Egg, 1973)
Gong — "Oily Way" (from Angels Egg, 1973)
Gong — "The Isle of Everywhere" (from You, 1974)
Daevid Allen and François Bayle — "La Belle Cerebrale" (from Je Ne Fum' Pas Des Bananes, recorded 1968? released 1993)
Daevid Allen — "Madame Zero" (poem recorded in the Chapel of Our Lady Undercroft, Canterbury Cathedral, 2012)
Daevid Allen — "The Switch Doctor" [excerpt] (originally broadcast BBC 1967)
Gong — "Mister Longshanks/O Mother/I am your Fantasy" (from Camembert Electrique, 1971)

10. Gong — "You See Me" (from I See You, 2014)

11. Don Ellis — "Freedom Jazz Dance" (from The In Sound, 1965)

12. The Sorcerers — "Cave of Brahma" (from Soul, Funk And Afro Rarities, 2014)

13. Usurp, Rise — "Soul Blossom" (online release, 2013)

14. Gemini — "Singing Waters" (from Lindsay Cooper's A View From The Bridge, 1998)

15. Jane Weaver — "Argent" (from The Silver Globe, 2014)

16. Henry Cow — "Slice" (live at The Barbican, London 2014-11-21)

17. News From Babel — "Anno Mirabilis" (live at The Barbican, London 2014-11-21)

18. Daevid Allen — excerpt from Khalil Gibran's The Prophet (live at Pizza Paradiso, Byron Bay, Australia, 2015-02-27)


a farewell message from Daevid

Canterbury Soundwaves episode 28: the final episode, a four-hour special based around a day out with Daevid in the Canterbury area, autumn 2012 — poetry, music, musings and memories

clarifications and errata:

I had been under the impression that Daevid Allen's Je Ne Pas Fum' Bananes was a newly compiled album by Gonzo Multimedia from 2014, but in fact is a reissue of an out-of-print compilation that goes back to 1993.


Blogger Rob said...

welcome back.

3 May 2015 at 18:32  
Blogger Gary A Lucas said...

Illinois, USA, I am no longer able to listen to your program due to 'licensing requirements'. Nice to see you still at it though. I will at least peruse the list. :/

21 May 2015 at 19:06  
Blogger Stephen Rainsbury said...

Arggh I just spent ages penning a missive but it has lost it.
Its so good to see you back again, I hope that there was nothing serioulsy wrong. I gues you might not hear it enough but thanks for what you do here, it really makes my day to have this to play.
And thanks again for what looks like another interesting collection, its tempting to try to go straight to the bits I dont recognise, but so much better to let it play each evening in my car on the way home and let them unfold. Thanks :-)

14 June 2015 at 14:27  

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