Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Episode 36

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Slapp Happy — "Casablanca Moon" (from Casablanca Moon, 1974)

3. Kevin Ayers — "Butterfly Dance" (7" single, 1970)

4. Red Snapper — "Get Some Sleep Tiger" (from Prince Blimey, 1996)

5. Soft Machine — "Mousetrap" → "Noisette" → "Backwards" → "Mousetrap (reprise)" (BBC Radio One session, recorded 1969-11-10, released on The Peel Sessions, 1991)

6. Faust — "Krautrock" (from Faust IV, 1973)

7. Kid Loco — "She's My Lover (A Revolution Sitting Stoned in a Field)" (from She's My Lover EP, 1997)

8. Matfield and the Pond — "Jungle" (from Not Quite 'It', 1989)

9. Fred Frith — "In the Winter of '64" (from Prints: Snapshots, Postcards, Messages And Miniatures 1987-2001, 2002)

10. Caravan — "Place of My Own" (live in Strasbourg, 1972-12-05)

11. Patrick Forgas — "My Trip" (from Cocktail, 1977)

12. Mike Ratledge — "Sequence 1" (from Riddles of The Sphinx soundtrack, recorded 1976, released 2013)

13. Isotope — "Fonebone" (from Deep End, 1976)

14. Frances Knight — "Plongeur" (from Frog In Love, 2012)

15. Arlet — "Mattematix" (from Big Red Sun, 2016)

16. Claudia Quintet — "Cloud of Unknowing" (from I, Claudia, 2014)

17. Gong — "A Sprinkling of Clouds" (mystery remix, date unknown)

18. Robert Wyatt — "Sight of the Wind" (from Dondestan, 1991)

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

20. Syd Arthur — "Sun Rays" (from Apricity, forthcoming in 2016)

21. Mother Gong — "Magenta" (from She Made The World / Magenta, 1993)

22. Ultramarine — "Saratoga" (from Every Man And Woman Is A Star, 1992)

23. Eno — "Here Come The Warm Jets" (from Here Come The Warm Jets, 1973)

2 Comments:

Blogger Rob said...

Hi Matthew
Great episode as always.
The Gong 'Sprinkling of Clouds' track you played is indeed a cunningly edited amalgam of two tracks from the 1997 double CD set 'Gong You Remixed - Phase 1 & Phase 2'.
It starts with about 1'50" of the System 7 remix (ending before the doof bit kicks in) then segueing into most of the Youth remix (which is, none the less, rather excellent). So there's nothing new there as such.
I hope that's helpful.
Cheers
Rob (in Oz)

22 July 2016 at 09:43  
Blogger ToneS said...

It did sound somehow familia, but... What a compilation that double You Rmix album is.

5 August 2016 at 00:17  

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