Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Episode 23

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Gong — "Solar Musick Suite" (live in Bremen, 1974-11-04)

3. Charles Mingus — "Solo Dancer (Stop! Look! And Listen, Sinner Jim Whitney!)" (from The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, 1963)

4. Takeo Moriyama — "Watarase" (from Smile, 1981)

5. Kandahar — "The Fancy Model" (from Long Live the Sliced Ham, 1974)

6. Soft Machine — "Snodland" → "Penny Hitch" (from Seven, 1973)

7. Koloto — "Fox Tales" (from Mechanica EP, 2014)

8. Koloto — "Fox Tales" [Set in Sand remix] (from Mechanica EP, 2014)

9. Parachutes — "Paper Birds" (from Tour EP, 2008)

10. Lindsay Cooper and friends — "German Stories" (from A View From the Bridge, 1998)

11. Sun Ra and his Astro-Infinity Arkestra — "Sign of the Myth" (from Sign of the Myth, recorded 1973, released 2014)

12. Africa Express — "In C" (from Africa Express Presents Terry Riley's In C: Mali, 2014)

13. The Boot Lagoon — "Halogen" (live at Mrs. Jones Kitchen, Canterbury, 2015-03-12)

14. Caravan — "Feelin', Reelin', Squealin'" (live at The Foundry, Canterbury, early 1970?, released on Canterburied Sounds, vol. 1, 1998)

15. King Crimson — "Fracture" (from Starless and Bible Black, 1974)

16. Hugh Hopper and Mike Travis — "Shuffle Demons" (live at The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, 1995-08-24, released on Volume 3: North & South, 2014)

17. Monincs — "Girl on a Swing" (from Play Kevin Ayers Monics/Zinade collaborative 7", 2007)

18. Syd Arthur — "Autograph" (live in the woods, near Canterbury, 2014-07-03)

19. Hatfield and the North — "Fitter Stoke Has a Bath" (live at The Rainbow, London, 1975-03-16)



errata/clarifications: I should have mentioned that Parachutes was a side project of Sigur Rós guitarist and vocalist Jón Birgisson. Africa Express was indeed launched by Damon Albarn. I mistakenly gave the name of the Hatfield track as "Fitter Stoke Takes a Bath".



2 Comments:

Blogger Gary A Lucas said...

I think if you needed to illustrate what the 'Canterbury' sound is you could do worse than show this.

8 September 2015 at 12:50  
Blogger Prof. Raphael Appleblossom said...

Show what? That live Hatfield clip?

9 September 2015 at 02:07  

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