Wednesday 20 April 2016

Episode 33

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Steve Hillage — "Shimmer" (7" B-side, 1976)

3. The Magick Brothers — "Wise Man In Your Heart" → "Mystic Sister/Magick Brother" (live in San Francisco, March 1992)

4. Caravan — "L'Auberge Du Sanglier/A Hunting We Shall Go/Pengola/Backwards/A Hunting We Shall Go (Reprise)" (from For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night, 1973)

5. National Health — "Elephants" (live at Enfield Polytechnic, 1976-02-26)

6. Loop — "Mother Sky" (from Black Sun EP, 1988)

7. Arlet — "Bowerhouse 2" (from Big Red Sun bonus EP Trio, 2016)

8. Jacob Brant — "Whistleblower" (from Rainmaking EP, 2013)

9. Bobby Hutcherson — "Hey Harold" (bonus track from Head On CD reissue, recorded 1971)

10. The Yisrael Trio — "War In Heaven" (live at Jazz In The Park, Birmingham, Alabama, summer 2013)

11. Grateful Dead — "Mountains of the Moon" → "Dark Star" (live at the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, 1969-04-05)

12. Jefferson Airplane — "Have You Seen The Saucers?" (live at Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, 1972-09-21, from Thirty Seconds Over Winterland, 1973)

13. John Coltrane/Terry Riley mashup excerpt (put together by Warren Defever, 2016)

14. Soft Machine — "The Moon in June" (from Third, 1970)

15. The Winstons — "A Reason For Goodbye" (from The Winstons, 2016)

16. Allah-Las — "Lady Rachel" (recorded for the blog Aquarium Drunkard's "Lagniappe Sessions", 2015)

17. Mushroom — "Singing A Song In The Morning" (from Naked, Stoned, & Stabbed, 2010)

18. Mauricio Orieta — "Oh Me Dormi!" [translated cover of Kevin Ayers' "Oh! Wot a Dream" (from Historietas De Cajón, 2013)

19. El Combo — "Nea Stranguh" [reworking of Kevin Ayers' "Caribbean Moon"] (live in Zeeland, 2014)

Errata/clarifications: Tony Coe only plays clarinet on the first track of that Caravan album, not on the "A Hunting We Shall Go" suite. Although Miquette Giraudy may well have also contributed to the track, Steve Hillage's "Shimmer" was co-written and recorded with Gong synth wizard Tim Blake. His Name Is Alive are indeed from Detroit.


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