Thursday, 26 July 2018

Episode 61

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Robert Wyatt — "Cancion de Julieta" (from Comicopera, 2007)

3. Koloto — "Hana" (online release, 2018)

4. Caravan — "A Hunting We Shall Go" (live at The Marquee, London, 1983-07-28)

5. Sunbirds — "Sunrise" (from Sunbirds, 1971)

6. Peter Michael Hammel — "Colours of Time (Part 1)" (from Colours of Time, 1980)

7. Björk — "The Anchor Song" (from Debut, 1993)

8. Humble Pious — "The Grids" (from Down the Rabbit Hole, 2018)

9. Nelson Parade — "Kevin Crashed and then Woke Up" (from Nothing in Particles EP, 2018)

10. Paisley Mess — "Cube" (online release, 2018)

11. Kevin Ayers and the Whole World — "Love Is" (live on John Peel's Sunday Show, BBC Radio One, 1970-05-17?)

12. Kavus Torabi — "Slow Movements" (from Solar Divination EP, 2018)

13. Steve Hillage — "Meditation of the Snake" (from Fish Rising, 1974)

14. Yes — "I See You" (from Yes, 1969)

15. Gong — "Syllabub" (from I See You, 2014)

16. Hatfield and the North — "Psychic Warrior" (live at the Bowery Poetry Club, NYC, 2006-06-25)

17. Soft Machine — "Facelift" → "Virtually" → "Slightly All The Time" → "Fletcher's Blemish" (from Live at Henie Onstadt Arts Centre 1971, recorded in Oslo, 1971-02-28, released 2009)

18. The Watts and Canterbury Favourites — "Little Red Riding Hood Hit the Road" (live in Tokyo, 2017-12-04)

19. Jon Hassell — "Gift of Fire" (from Dream Theory in Malaya, 1981)

20. Syd Arthur — "Hometown Blues" (from Live in Brighton, EP, 2017)

21. Jamie Dams — "In Limbo" (from Rush of Souls, 2016)

22. Cardiacs — "All Spectacular" (from There's Too Many Irons In The Fire EP, 1987)



clarifications/errata: The drummer with The Whole World in May 1970 was Mick Fincher — Robert Wyatt replaced him a few months later. Both Sunbirds and Peter Michael Hammel were from Germany (PMH is still with us). The story of the Eno/Hassell dispute is more complex, I've learned. My Life in the Bush of Ghosts was meant to be a trio album involving the two of them with David Byrne, but the project fell apart over musical direction and logistics. Byrne and Eno carried on, and Hassell felt (and remains) "bitter about what he consider the project's un-credited appropriation of his musical signatures". So perhaps I got it all back-to-front when I suggested that you could still hear Eno's signatures on that subsequent Hassell album... thoughts, anyone? And it seems the Nelson Parade EP release date may have been moved back to September...



Hatfield and the North live at Bowery Poetry Club, NYC 2006-06-25 (full video)


 

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