Thursday, 20 December 2018

Episode 66

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Kevin Ayers — "Am I Really Marcel?" (from Falling Up, 1988)

3. Daevid Allen Weird Quartet — "Dim Sum" → "In Alphabetical Order" (from Elevenses, 2016)

4. The Muffins — "Chronometers" (from Chronometers, recorded 1976, released 1993)

5. Soft Machine — "Kings and Queens" (live at Iridium, NYC, 2018-10-12)

6. John McLaughlin — "This Is For Us To Share" (from Extrapolation, 1969)

7. Miles Davis — "Violet" (from Aura, 1989)

8. Hatfield and the North — "Further Dances" → "La Barbe Extract" → "Confiture de la Barbe" (from Hattitude: Archive Recordings 1973—1975, Volume 2, 2006)

9. Dire Wolves — "In And Out Of den Gärten He Goes" (from Paradisiacal Mind, 2018)

10. Moondog — "Heimdall Fanfaire" (from In Europe, 1977)

11. Anaïd — unknown excerpt (from French local TV, c.1987)

12. Anaïd — "Arabesque" (from Belladonna, 1989)

13. Henry Cow — "March" → "Erk Gah" (recorded live in Vevey, Switzerland for Swiss TV's Kaleidospop, 1976-08-25)

14. Theodore — "Towards (Koloto Remix)" (online release, 2018)

15. Caravan — "With an Ear to the Ground You Can Make It" (from If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You, 1970)

16. Lapis Lazuli — "Falling Line" (from Brain, 2018)

17. Luo — "Aardvarks" (recorded live at Brighton Dome, 2014)

18. Miroslav Vitouš — "Infinite Search" (from Infinite Search, 1970)

19. Lay Clerks of Canterbury Cathedral — William Byrd, Mass for Four Voices: "Kyrie"; "Gloria"; "Credo"; "Sanctus" (recorded live in a secret woodland location near Canterbury, June 2017)

20. Wyatt/Atzmon/Stephen — "What a Wonderful World" (from The Ghosts Within, 2010)



errata/clarifications: My claim that Moondog married a German woman seems to be unfounded. He settled there in 1974 based on an idealised view of the country and its culture. The Anaïd French TV broadcast was from 1988, not '87. Theodore is a multi-instrumentalist/producer based in Athens — find out more here. Luo played Canterbury's Crash of Moons Club back in October 2016 — time flies! "Vitouš" is pronounced like "Vitoshe" (sorry Miroslav!).



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