Monday 26 October 2015

Episode 27

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Kevin Ayers — "Whatevershebringswesing" (from Whatevershebringswesing, 1972)

3. Herbie Hancock — "Maiden Voyage" (from Maiden Voyage, 1965)

4. Matching Mole — "Memories Membrane" (bonus track from CD reissue of Matching Mole, 2012, recorded 1972)

5. Material — "Memories" (from One Down, 1982)

6. Archie Shepp — "Sorry 'Bout That" (from The Magic of Ju-Ju, 1968)

7. Fripp & Eno — "Ankaa" (from The Equatorial Stars, 2004)

8. Quiet Sun — "Mummy Was An Asteroid, Daddy Was A Small Non-Stick Kitchen Utensil" (from Mainstream, 1975)

9. The Raincoats — "Baby Song" (from Odyshape, 1981)

10. Robert Wyatt — "Born Again Cretin" (live on BBC TV's The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1983-06-03)

11. Miles Davis — "Générique " → “L'Assassinat De Carala" → "Julien Dans L'Ascenseur" (from Ascenseur pour l'Échafaud soundtrack, 1958)

12. Brainticket — "Visions" (from Celestial Ocean, 1973)

13. Ghost — "Escaped and Lost Down in Medina" (from Hypnotic Underworld, 2004)

14. Brian Hopper/The Quartet/The Boot Lagoon — "Facelift" (live at the University of Kent, Canterbury, 2015-09-04)

15. Soft Bounds — "Spanish Knee" (from Soft Boundaries [Hugh Hopper archive vol. 7], 2015)

16. Hugh Hopper being interrogated on French TV, 1972-08-06

17. Soft Machine — "All White" (live on French TV, 1972-08-06)

18. The Monks of Doom — "Dedicated to You, But You Weren't Listening" (from What's Left for Kicks?, 2006)

19. Wesley Stace — "Contrasong" (live on Resonance FM, 2015-01-29)

20. Steve Hillage — "Searching For The Spark" (from Rainbow 1977, 2014)

21. Adam Oko — "The Burrow" (from Diet of Germs, 2015)

22. The Thirteen Club — "So Yeah" (from So Yeah EP, 2015)

23. Sun Ra And His Arkestra — "India" (from Super-Sonic Jazz, 1957)

24. Arlet — "Oestra" (from Big Red Sun, forthcoming, 2015)

25. George Harrison — "Beware of Darkness" (from All Things Must Pass, 1970)

Erratum: I may have mistakenly given Wesley Stace's surname as "Crace". Fripp and Eno were brought together not by the first Matching Mole album session, but for the recording of their second album, Little Red Record (Fripp producing and Eno playing synth). Super-Sonic Jazz was indeed Sun Ra's second studio album.


Blogger Gary A Lucas said...

I was surprised that the band The Mars Volta arranged a version of 'Memories' also, Lopez and Zavala are quite eclectic audiophiles themselves.

29 October 2015 at 20:50  
Blogger Matthew Watkins said...

Thanks, Gary, I didn't know about that one! Just listening to it now - not bad. I'm not a huge Mars Volta fan, but I reckon I'll drop it into a future episode for completeness sake. I mean, if I can play Whitney Houston...

13 November 2015 at 03:53  
Blogger Donald Purves said...

I've seen a video from French television where it seemed to me that remark at how long he would stay was made by John Marshall who had recently joined, not by Hugh. But then in Soft machine terms I am an amateur compared to Matthew

6 August 2021 at 06:37  

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