Wednesday, 6 May 2020

Episode 83

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Gong Maison — "Magick Brother" (live in the UK October 1990, from GAS tape Strong & Streaming, 1992)

3. Frances Knight — "Spider Ballet" (from Magliasina, forthcoming 2020)

4. Henry Cow — "Nirvana For Mice" (live June 1974, from bonus CD with 40th Anniversary Box, 2008)

5. Stereolab — "Metronomic Underground" (from Emperor Tomato Ketchup, 1996)

6. Jane Weaver — "I Need A Connection" (from The Amber Light, 2015)

7. Koloto — "Flight of the Nebers" (online release, 2020)

8. Robert Wyatt — "A Sunday in Madrid (remix)" (from EPs, 1999)

9. Lapis Lazuli — "Untraceable Customs" (from Louis Padilla's Muzak Uzi, 2020)

10. Billy Bottle and the Multiple — "Inward Morning" (from Unrecorded Beam, 2013)

11. John Greaves — "Kew.Rhone" (live in Paris, February 2007)

12. Sir Robert Bunkum (aka "LTJ" Bunkum) guest mix: "Sun Ra in the East", part 1 of 4 (1955-63)

  • "Piano Interlude" (c.1955) (from Deep Purple, 1973)
  • "Sun Song" (1956) (from Jazz by Sun Ra, 1957)
  • "Eve" (1957-8) (from Sun Ra Visits Planet Earth, 1966)
  • "Sunology" (1956) (from Super-sonic Jazz, 1957)
  • "Ancient Aiethopia" (1959) (from Jazz in Silhouette, 1959)
  • "You Never Told Me That You Care" (1959) (from Sound Sun Pleasure!!, 1970)
  • "The Lady With The Golden Stockings" (1958-9) (from The Lady With The Golden Stockings, c.1966)
  • "Tiny Pyramids" (1960) (from Angels and Demons at Play, 1965)
  • "Rocket Number Nine Take Off For The Planet Venus (1959-60) (from Rocket Number Nine, 1966)
  • "New Day" (1961) (from The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra, 1962)
  • "The Outer Heavens" (1962) (from Art Form of Dimensions Tomorrow, 1965)
  • "Thither and Yon" (1963) (from Cosmic Tones For Mental Therapy, 1967)

13. Miku Hatsune — "O Caroline" (excerpt!)

14. Miku Hatsune — "Kew.Rhone" (online release, 2017)

15. John Peel introduction → Elton Dean Quintet — "Blind Badger" → Soft Machine (feat. Phil Howard) — "Neo-Caliban Grides" → Soft Machine — "Out-Bloody-Rageous" (excerpt) → "Eamonn Andrews" → "All White" → "Kings and Queens" (live in London, 1971-03-11 from Soft Machine and Heavy Friends, 1993)

16. Sam Bailey — "Interlude" (from Shipwrecked, 2020)

17. Caravan — "Ride" (BBC session 1968-12-31, from Green Bottles For Marjorie, 2002)

18. Tom Liwa — "Magick Brother, Mystic Sister" (home recording, 2020)



errata/clarifications: If I'd been paying attention to John Peel, I'd have known that Phil Howard guested on "Neo-Caliban Grides", not on "Out-Bloody-Rageous"!



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