Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Episode 37

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Kevin Ayers — "Didn't Feel Lonely Till I Thought Of You" (from The Confessions of Dr. Dream and Other Stories, 1974)

3. North Sea Radio Orchestra — "The British Road" (from Dronne, forthcoming 2016)

4. Caravan — "Love In Your Eye" (from Surprise Supplies, 1999, recorded New Victoria Theatre, London 1976-05-04)

5. John Coltrane Quartet — "Crescent" (from Crescent, 1964)

6. Jamie Dams — "Morse" (from Rush of Souls, 2016)

7. Humble Pious — "Spring Lane (Ruff)" (online release, 2016)

8. Henry Cow — "Solemn Music" (from Unrest, 1974)

9. White Rainbow — "Pulse" (from Prism of Eternal Now, 2007)

10. L'Infonie — "Mantra (In C)" (from Vol. 33: Mantra, 1970)

11. Massacre — "In" (from Lonely Heart, 2007)

12. The Winstons — "...On A Dark Cloud" (from The Winstons, 2016)

13. The Winstons — "Amen Brother" (B-side of 7" single "Color Him Father", 1969)

14. Squarepusher — "Rustic Raver" (from Hard Normal Daddy, 1997)

15. Koloto — "Kill Screen (Ekoda Map Remix)" (from Mechanica EP bonus remixes, 2014)

16. Pina Napolitano, "Fünf Klavierstücke, Opus 23: 5. Walzer" (from Arnold Schoenberg: Complete Piano Works, 2012)

17. John Cale & Terry Riley — "Ides of March" (from Church of Anthrax, 1971)

18. Steve Miller and Lol Coxhill — "Chocolate Field" (from Coxhill/Miller/Miller/Coxhill, 1973)

19. Robert Wyatt — "A Last Straw" (from Rock Bottom, 1974)

20. Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, Phil Miller and Pip Pyle — "Miniluv" (from Hugh Hopper Archive Volume 6: Special Friends, recorded Bresse-sur-Grosne, 1991-11-08, 2015)

21. Matching Mole — "Flora Fidgit" → "Smoke Signal" (from Matching Mole's Little Red Record, 1972)

22. Soft Machine — "Virtually (parts 3 and 4)" (from Fourth, 1971)

23. Gong — "It's The World of Illusion" → "Why Don't You Try?" → "I Am You" ["You Never Blow Yr Trip Forever"] (from The Birthday Party, 1995, recorded The Forum, London, October 1994)



Errata/clarifications: I was unable to find out who played the additional percussion on that live Caravan track (even this didn't help!). The person behind White Rainbow is named Adam Forkner. L'Infonie was formed in Quebec in 1967 by Raôul Duguay and Walter Boudreau. Wikipedia says: "This project was intended both as a music group and a new approach to collective improvisation; Duguay published its manifesto in 1970. The group released a number of albums on the avant-garde side of Quebec's progressive rock and jazz-rock scenes before dissolving in 1973." The person behind the Bresse-sur-Grosne concerts and studio was Jacky Barbier, and that track was from Hopper Archive volume 6, not 7 as I claimed.



1 Comments:

Blogger Ade Annabel said...

Great series Matthew. Loved every one. Being nerdy I have to point out the Hugh Hopper archive for Special Friends was volume 6 but I'm sure you'll appreciate the mystery of rational numbers!

28 August 2016 at 11:09  

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