Thursday, 28 June 2018

Episode 60

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Caravan — "Love Song With Flute" (from Caravan, 1969)

3. Elvin Jones — "P.P. Phoenix" (from Genesis, 1971)

4. Brian Eno — "Julie With..." (from Before and After Science, 1977)

5. Julius Brockington — "Forty-Nine Reasons" (from The United Chair, 1973)

6. Souljazz Orchestra — "Lotus Flower" (from Rising Sun, 2010)

7. Vels Trio — "The Wad" (online release, 2018)

8. Gong — "Guitar Zero" (from 2032, 2009)

9. Mikrosaivo [feat. Didier Malherbe] — "Om Twi Tara" (live in Moers, 2018-05-20)

10. Humble Pious — "Alice in Swampland (The Red Queen)" (from Down the Rabbit Hole, 2018)

11. The Muffins — "Writing Blind" (from Double Negative, 2004)

12. Soft Machine — "The Moon in June" (live at Plumpton Racecourse, 1969-08-08)

13. Tony Coulter's "Belgian Canterbury" guest mix:

  • Lagger Blues Machine — "Darknessly" (from Lagger Blues Machine, 1972)
  • Arkham — "Eve's Eventful Day (part 3)" (recorded 1971, from Arkham, 2002)
  • Cos — "L'Idiot Leon" (from Viva Boma, 1976)
  • Pazop — "Airport Formalities and Taking Off: Stewardess and Breakfast" (recorded 1973, from Psychillis of a Lunatic Genius, 1996)
  • Recreation — "Music for Your Dog" (from Music or Not Music, 1972)
  • Mad Curry — "Music, the Reason of Our Happiness" (from Mad Curry, 1971)
  • Solis Lacus — "Remake" (from Solis Lacus, 1975)
  • Arkham — "Tight Trousers" (recorded 1972, from Arkham, 2002)
  • Shampoo — "Hot Dog" (from Volume 1, 1972)
  • Malachi — "Little Victim" (from Malachi, 1970)
  • Cos — "Good Wind" (from Babel, 1978)
  • Placebo — "Tanga" (from Placebo, 1974)

14. Ex Eye — "Xenolith; The Anvil" (from Ex Eye, 2017)

15. Ellen Arkbro — "Three" (from For Organ and Brass, 2017)

16. Robert Wyatt — "You You" (from Comicopera, 2007)

17. Lapis Lazuli — "Inneres Reich [Music Is a Place remix]" (from Wrong Mixing EP, 2018)

18. Bahta Gèbrè-Heywèt — "Ewnet Yet Lagegnesh" (7" single?, 1970)

19. National Health — "Squarer for Maud" (live in Maasluis, Netherlands, 1979-02-13)

20. Kevin Ayers — "Ballbearing Blues" (live at the Cobden Club, London, 2006-05-04)



clarifications/errata: I called the Gong proto-song from '71 "Never Start Another War" (it should have been "...Fight..."). I forgot to mention Brian Hopper was playing saxophone with the Soft Machine for their Plumpton festival set. Tom Liwa is from Germany, and Moers is in Germany too...sorry Tom! I mistakenly gave the venue of the '79 National Health set as "Maaluis" rather than "Maasluis".

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