Sunday 5 July 2020

Episode 84

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Robert Wyatt — "P.L.A." (from Old Rottenhat, 1985)

3. Lonnie Liston Smith and the Cosmic Echoes — "Sais (Egypt)" (from Cosmic Funk, 1974)

4. Keith Tippett Group — "Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening" (from Dedicated to You, But You Weren't Listening, 1971)

5. Keith Tippett Group — "Thoughts To Geoff" (from Dedicated to You, But You Weren't Listening, 1971)

6. Moondog conducting Fläskkvartetten — "Magic Ring" (from Bracelli, 1987)

7. Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams — "Emerald and Stone" (from Small Craft On A Milk Sea, 2010)

8. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith — "Lagoon" (online release, 2020)

9. Koloto — "IOA (part 2)" (from IOA EP, 2020)

10. Lol Coxhill, Steven Miller, Phil Miller, Richard Sinclair and Laurie Allan - "Coo-Coo-Ka-Chew" (live improvisation at London College of Printing 9 December 1974`, bonus track from the Miller/Coxhill re-release The Story So Far... / ...Oh Really?, 9 December 2007)

11. Caroline Jago guest mix:

"‘In an urban society, everything connects. Each person’s needs are filled by the skills of many others. Our lives are woven together in a fabric - but the connections which make society strong also make it vulnerable…’ Some time ago I took this sample from the film Threads to add to my track of the same name, which opens the set. The following track is an anagram of apocalypse - but that’s where allusions to the current time end. Can we fortunate ones appreciate life even more, when forced to face our mortality in the midst of a pandemic? I think it is possible. Therefore this is a mix of blissed out beats for sunny somnambulism, to hypnotise and heal. Enjoy the trip..."

  • Caroline Jago — "Threads"
  • Boards of Canada — "Palace Posy"
  • Cialyn — "A Weird Place Where To Play"
  • Fieldtriqp — "Silver Falls"
  • Woycheck — "Kama Oka"
  • Milieu — "Paddyscapes"
  • Mr Incognito — "Larimand"
  • Stud — "Lotreamon"
  • Crisopa — "Un Santa Claus a las 6"
  • Weldroid — "Black Glass"
  • Infinite Scale — "Acoustic Snails"
  • Bad Loop — "Lumme"

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12. Kevin Ayers and The Whole Wide World feat. Bridget St. John — "The Oyster and The Flying Fish" (live in Drijbregen, The Netherlands, 1970-07-30)

13. Bridget St. John — "Ask Me No Questions" (from Ask Me No Questions, 1969)

14. Bridget St. John — "Yep!" (7" B-side, 1970)

15. Bridget St. John and Kevin Ayers — "Jolie Madame" (live on BBC Radio One In Concert, 1971-01-31)

16. Bridget St. John — "Song To Keep You Company" (live on BBC Radio One's John Peel Presents Top Gear, 1969)

17. Robert Wyatt — "To Saintly Bridget" (from The End of An Ear, 1970)

18. Matching Mole — "Part of the Dance (Jam)" (studio recording 1971-12-30, bonus track on Matching Mole CD reissue, 2012)

19. Zopp — "V" (from Zopp, 2020)

20. Orlando Gibbons — "Galliard In Three Parts" (MB 48 no 23) (from Fretwork's Orlando Gibbons: Fantasias and Cries, 1989)

errata/clarifications: I forgot to mention that Theo Travis played guest flute on that Zopp track. Also, that Phil Howard (who went on to briefly replace Robert Wyatt in Soft Machine, and drummed on half of their 5 album) was on that Keith Tippett Group album.

Nick Stewart's "Oyster & Flying-fish Cabinet"


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