Thursday, 24 December 2015

Episode 29

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Gong — "Radio Gnome Invisible" → "Flying Teapot" (from Flying Teapot (Radio Gnome Invisible Part 1), 1973)

3. Matching Mole — "Signed Curtain" (from Matching Mole, 1972)

4. Robert Wyatt — "Chelsa" (from '68, recorded 1968, released 2013)

5. Horn — "Pony Buns" [excerpt] (from On the People's Side, 1972)

6. Master Cylinder — "Overture" (from Elsewhere, 1981)

7. Wayne Horvitz — "Short of Breath" (from The President, 1987)

8. Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band — "Suction Prints" (from Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller), 1978)

9. Soft Machine — "Disorganisation" (from Middle Earth Masters, recorded 1967-09-16, released 2006)

10. Vels Trio — "Yellow Ochre" (online release, 2015)

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

12. Arlet — "Metaphor For A Woman" (from Big Red Sun, forthcoming 2016)

13. Jacob Brant — "Rainmaker" (from Rainmaking EP, 2013)

14. B£AMS — "Parallax (with Vini)" → "Noun" (from Patches, 2013)

15. Adam Oko — "A Diet of Germs" (from A Diet of Germs EP, 2015)

16. Lapis Lazuli — "School" (pre-production demo, 2015, from forthcoming album)

17. Nelson Parade — "Moonrise (part 4)" (pre-production, 2015, from forthcoming album Nothing In Particles)

18. Quiet Sun — "RongWrong" (from Mainstream, 1975)

19. This Heat — "24 Track Loop" (from This Heat, 1979)

20. Camberwell Now — "Speculative Fiction" (from The Ghost Trade, 1986)

21. Massacre — "Ladder" (from Funny Valentine, 1998)

22. Clear Frame — "Paperweight" (from Clear Frame, 2008)

23. Anonymous Bash — "Postcode Scam" (from Anonymous Bash, 2014)

24. Oscilanz — unknown title [improvisation?] (live at Cafe Oto, London, 2015-05-28)

25. Kevin Ayers — "Ballad of Mr. Snake" (from Yes We Have No Mañanas, So Get Your Mañanas Today, 1976)



Blogger Gary A Lucas said...

Gong was so good! I always thought a combination of the Mothers, Mahavishnu and Soft Machine all mixed together with some pixie dust. I find it intriguing that half of the original Soft Machine originated in the South Pacific region, Malaysia and Australia.

So I have a William Burroughs anthology by one of his friends James Grauerholz, 'Word Virus'. There's a chapter about the 60's era and the cut ups. I was amazed to read that the young lads Daevid Allen and Terry Riley, 1965, were hanging out with Burroughs and Gysin at the 'Beat Hotel' in Paris, and adding some music to films the fellows were making. There's an excerpt of one on You Tube named 'Towers Open Fire' and the soundtrack does sound suspiciously like something Riley and Allen might come up with.

28 December 2015 at 18:02  

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