Saturday 9 February 2019

Episode 68

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Gong — "Zero The Hero And The Witch's Spell" (from Flying Teapot, 1973)

3. Sun Ra and His Arkestra — "Door of the Cosmos" (from Door of the Cosmos, 1979)

4. Kevin Ayers — "May I?" (from BBC TV's The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1972-04-04)

5. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith — "Kinematic Wave" (online release, 2019)

6. Haiku Salut — "Cold to Crack the Stones" (from There Is No Elsewhere, 2018)

7. Thing — "Chimey" (online release, 2019)

8. Jacob Brant — "Valerian" (from Stark EP, 2019)

9. Lapis Lazuli — "And Stay Out!" (from Brain, 2018)

10. you me & us — "Hopeful Impressions of Happiness" (from Rain Check DVD, 2018, recorded live in Tokyo, 2013-10-31)

11. Can — "Tango Whiskyman" (from Soundtracks, 1970)

12. The Artaud Beats — "Platform" (from Nødutgang. Bodø 28.10.11, 2018)

13. Bruno Tocanne, Sophia Domancich, Antoine Läng and Rémi Gaudillat — "C(arla) Song" → "Du Clair au Sombre" (from Sea Song(e)s, 2018)

14. Gilad Atzmon & The Orient House Ensemble featuring Robert Wyatt — "Re-Arranging the 20th Century" (from musiK/Re-Arranging The 20th Century, 2004)

15. Robert Wyatt — "Alien piano excerpt" (recorded at Robert's home, featured in Italian documentary Little Red Robin Hood, 1998)

16. Jack Hues and the Quartet with Syd Arthur — "Nobody's Fault But My Own" (one-sided 12" vinyl, forthcoming March 2019)

17. Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets — "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" (live in Düsseldorf, 2018-09-11)

18. Kraftwerk — "Numbers" [live] (from Minimum-Maximum, 2005, recorded live in San Francisco, 2004-04-28)

19. Pharaoah Sanders — "Astral Traveling (Boozoo Bajou remix)" (from Impulsive! Revolutionary Jazz Reworked, 2005)

20. Miles Davis — "Sanctuary" (from Bitches Brew, 1969)

21. Led Bib — "Is That a Woodblock?" (from Bring Your Own, 2011)

22. Ozric Tentacles — "The Om Riff" (live at Stonehenge Free Festival, 1984-06-21)

23. The Soft Machine — "Fred The Fish" (aborted single, 1966)

clarifications/errata: The Artaud Beats' track "Platform" wasn't a studio recording, but rather a live recording from a venue in Kobe, Japan called Big Apple.


Blogger Goldenoldie said...

Love the spiritual jazz inserts. In pursuit of more from Khan Jamal I came across Joshua Abrams a great candidate for the spiritual jazz insert. I suggest Lore from the magnetoception album but there are more choices here.


3 March 2019 at 12:48  

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