Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Episode 41

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1. Owen Hewson — "Facelift" theme

2. Robert Wyatt — "Unmasked" (from A Short Break EP, 1992)

3. Ndikho Xaba and the Natives — "Nomusa" (from Ndikho Xaba and the Natives, 1969)

4. Gong Matrices — "Seas" (from Parade, 2004)

5. Syd Arthur — "Portal" (from Apricity, 2016)

6. Matching Mole — "Dedicated To Hugh, But You Weren't Listening" → "Beer As In Braindeer" (from Matching Mole, 1972)

7. Lapis Lazuli — "Phighyphe" (from Wrong Meeting, 2016)

8. The Claudia Quintet — "JFK Beagle" (from Super Petite, 2016)

9. Egg — "Wind Quartet I" (from The Civil Surface, 1974)

10. Yumi Hara collaborations mix:

  • Half the Sky — "Waited/Justice" (live at RIO festival, Carmaux, France, 2016-09-18)
  • You, Me & Us — "Masta Builda" (from Poesy At Play, 2014)
  • Artaud Beats — Ipso Facto (from Logos, 2015)
  • Jump For Joy! — "Jump for Joy! part 1: Time" (from Bat Pullover, 2016, live in Göteborg, Sweden, 2016-08-12)
  • Delta Saxophone Quartet [with Hugh Hopper, Yumi Hara and Simon Pearson] — "Wrapped 25/4 Box (With Ribbons)" (live at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, 2008-02-08)
  • HUMI — "The Wind That Divides" (live at Club Integral, London, 2007-11-01)
  • Artaud Beats — "The Floating Word" (from Logos, 2015)
  • Jump For Joy! — "InstruMental" (from Bat Pullover, 2016, live in Göteborg, Sweden, 2016-08-12)
  • HUMI — "The Shape of a Haze" (live at Club Integral, London, 2007-11-01)
  • Daevid Allen, Yumi Hara and Ian East — "Who's Afraid?" (live in the woods, near Canterbury, 2013-05-01)
  • Yumi Hara — "O Caroline" (live in Tokyo, 2013-06-13)

11. Caravan — "Place of My Own" (from Green Bottles For Marjorie, 2002, recorded for BBC Radio One, 1968-12-31)

12. Peter Zummo — "The Tape Is Chill" (from Dress Code (Don't Look At My Car), 2016)

13. Robert Wyatt — "Was A Friend [PMFF remix]" (from EPs, 1999)

14. Kevin Ayers — "Where Do The Stars End" (from That's What You Get Babe, 1980)

15. Föllakzoid — "Arabic - Hash" (from EP, 2011)

16. Pink Floyd — "Point Me At The Sky" (7" single, 1968)

17. Ian East — "Dance of the Awakening" (from Inner Paths, 2016)

18. Soft Machine — "Drop" (from Drop, 2009, recorded live in Berlin, 1971-11-07)

19. Zacht Automaat — "Bury Me Face Down" (from Normality Bias, 2015)

20. Hatfield and the North — "Calyx" (from Hattitude, 2006, recorded for BBC Radio One, 1974-11-21)

clarifications/errata: Gong Matrices emerged out of the 1999 Progressive Music Festival in San Francisco. I'm not sure if all the musicians involved (Pierce McDowell, James Rotondi, Aryeh Frankfurter and Stephen Junca) are San Francisco-based, but most of them seem connected to the city's musical life. Yes, the Robert Wyatt piece "Unmasked" was originally a collaboration with Chris & Cosey (a.k.a. Carter Tutti) on their 1988 album Core. Mont Campbell studied French horn (and composition) at the Royal College of Music, not the Royal Academy. The bassoonist responsible for composing that mid-70s British children's TV music I was reminded of was Vernon Elliott (1912-1996). I mistakenly said "News For Babel" instead of "News From Babel". I forgot to mention that former Henry Cow member Geoff Leigh is in both Artaud Beats and Jump For Joy!, a major oversight — sorry, Geoff (I also confusedly mixed up the name of the latter band with the name of the album, Bat Pullover). Dr. Yumi Hara Cawkwell indeed teaches at the University of East London. Peter Zummo is actually a well-established American composer — please forgive my ignorance! Yes, Föllakzoid are a trio, but that EP was called EP rather than being self-titled, and wasn't their debut. And they've done several albums since. The Battleship, Ethel were from Hamilton, Ontario. Zacht Automaat are a Toronto-based duo, half of which is Carl Didur who was the keyboard player in TB,E.


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