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    Posted: February 28 2013 at 16:17
Originally posted by snobb

I was heavy Kansas fan for years, had all their albums (till 81'), probably because of some sentiments I like their early (70s) works till now

among with Rush they are best prog bands from N. America in 70s for me


Agreed. The old UK weekly music magazine Melody Maker in 76 looked at up and coming US bands which included Mahogany Rush, Meatloaf  and Kansas (plus 8 others ) - Kansas was IMHO the best  (and Meatloaf until the album got played to death- perhaps more for Todd Rundgren's input)
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Trout Mask Replica isn't most radio-friendly music around but it's so great to listen it again and again
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I saw Eric Burdon singing live 6 or 7 years ago in Budapest and was really pleasantly surprised in how good form he was
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Thanks to Leonardo at Moonjune Records, that we have two new releases from the label by Indonesian fusionist Dewa Budjana and  perhaps the best yet from Marbin. Mike Keneally features doing a favourite of mine from Hat, and a couple from Kevin Ayer's Harvest Years boxset - including one which happens to be Mike Oldfield's earliest recordings. Then we have a sample from the latest Mike Oldfield release. Sometimes difficult to track down, found some more French (so-called) neo-swing by Les Doigts De L'Homme. Then there is/are the blues:



Alternative Alternative Show

7th March 2013

8pm – 11pm GMT (rebroadcast: 1am GMT Saturday/8pm EST Friday; 1am GMT Monday/8pm EST Sunday; 1am GMT Wed/8pm EST Tues)

 

Les Digts De L’Homme

 

Mumbo Jumbo

 

Mumbo Jumbo

 

Neo Swing

 

Assn Lamastock

 

Dewa Budjana

 

Kromatic Lagi

 

Dawai In Paradise

 

World Fusion

 

Moonjune

 

Stan Getz

 

I’m Late I’m late

 

Focus

 

Modern Jazz

 

Verve

 

Marbin

 

Blue Fingers

 

Last Chapter Of Dreaming

 

Fusion

 

Moonjune

 

Hideo Yamaki (Bill Laswell)

 

Gri Gri

 

Shadow Run

 

World Fusion

 

Mercury

 

Haxmjolk

 

The Despirator

 

Eskimo Fire

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Metanome (SW)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kansas

 

Icarus – Borne On Wings Of Steel

 

Two For The Show

 

US Prog

 

Epic

 

Rhett Tyler & Early Warning

 

Sam

 

Get Tough

 

Blues

 

Herman

 

Kevin Ayers

 

May I?

 

Harvest Years: Shooting At The Moon

 

Canterbury

 

Harvest

 

Marbin

 

On The Square

 

Last Chapter Of Dreaming

 

Fusion

 

Moonjune

 

Esperanto

 

Eleanor Rigby

 

Last Tango

 

Prog

 

A&M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike Keneally & Beer For Dolphins

 

Your Quimby Dollar At Work/Can’t Stop

 

Hat

 

LF Rock

 

Exowax

 

Robin Trower

 

Hound Dog

 

Roots & Branches

 

Blues

 

 

 

The Greatest Show On Earth

 

Real Cool World

 

Horizons

 

Brass Rock

 

Repertoire

 

Boxer

 

More Than Meets The Eye

 

Below The Belt

 

Rock

 

Esoteric

 

Kevin Ayers

 

Song From The Bottom Of A Well

 

Harvest Years: Whatevershesingswebring

 

Canterbury

 

Harvest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Les Digts De L’Homme

 

La Rondo

 

Mumbo Jumbo

 

Neo Swing

 

Assn Lamastock

 

Tom Rush

 

Urge For Going

 

The Circle Game

 

Folk

 

Elektra

 

Jimi Hendrix

 

Hear My Train A Comin’

 

People Hell & Angels

 

Blues

 

Sony Legacy

 

Mike Oldfield

 

Tubular Bells (Oldfield/York remix)

 

Tubular Beats

 

Electronuca

 

Love

 

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evening
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some sort of bluesy stuff going on
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Last show before the 4 week Easter break - and good news new hardware has arrived, expected to solve some the transmission problems of late.


Amazon UK were faster they originally stated, so already have the newie double from the master shredder  Mattias (IK) Eklundh - a calling card or cornucopia?, with the varied range of musics offered, make up you mind - but as a musician Mattias continues to impress. Alas another major talent has died this week this in the form of Yes's original guitarist Peter Banks - rightly called one of prog's architects by Danny Baker - so a goodly slug of Flash with Banks being ever so flash (as I remember seeing him fronting Flash at Loughborough Uni circa 1974). Managed to get a sample from the forthcoming Spock's Beard album, but having problems supporting Prog Archives already (nonsensically) naming this album a "masterpiece".  And amongst the usual mix, something from the new Wayne Shorter album:


Alternative Alternative Show

14th March 2013

9pm – 11pm GMT (rebroadcast: 1am GMT Saturday/8pm EST Friday; 1am GMT Monday/8pm EST Sunday; 1am GMTT Wed/8pm EST Tues)

 

Maynard Ferguson

 

The Fly

 

Diggin’ Deeper 3

 

Acid Jazz?

 

Columbia

 

Marbin

 

Redline

 

Last Chapter Of Dreaming

 

Fusion

 

Moonjune

 

Mattias IK Eklundt

 

Kali Ghat

 

Freak Guitar – The Smorgasbord

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Favored Nations

 

Jack Bruce

 

Weird Of Hermiston

 

Songs For A Tailor

 

Jazz Rock

 

Polydor

 

Tom Scott

 

Sneakin’ In The Back

 

Diggin’ Deeper 3

 

Acid Jazz?

 

Columbia

 

Wayne Shorter Quartet

 

SS Golden Mean

 

Without A Net

 

Jazz

 

Bluenote

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Law (Dave Gilmore/Chris Rea)

 

Stone

 

The Law

 

Blues Rock

 

Friday Music

 

Mattias IK Eklundt

 

Mind Your Step (at Schipol Airport)

 

Freak Guitar – The Smorgasbord

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Favored Nations

 

John Martyn

 

Goin’ Down To Memphis

 

The Tumbler

 

Folk Blues

 

Island

 

Mike Keneally

 

No God’s A Man

 

Giant Tracks

 

Prog

 

Hibernation

 

Robin Trower

 

Born Under A Bad Sign

 

Roots & Branches

 

Blues

 

Cadiz Music

 

Spock’s Beard

 

Afterthoughts

 

Brief Nocturnes & Dreamless Sleep

 

Neo Prog

 

Inside Out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ayers, Cale, Eno, Nico

 

Baby’s On Fire

 

June 1, 1974

 

Avant Rock

 

Island

 

The Norwegian Fords

 

Superglue Kiss

 

Somewhere Down The Road You’ll Listen

 

Rock

 

Call Enzo

 

Guapo

 

Blessed Albania

 

Great Sage Equal Of Heaven

 

World Rock?

 

Pandemonium

 

Family

 

Observations From A Hill

 

Family Entertainment

 

Rock Folk

 

Snapper

 

Jody Williams

 

Come Over To My House

 

Return Of A Legend

 

Blues

 

Evidence

 

The Aristocrats

 

Waves

 

Boing, We’ll Do It Live

 

Rock Shred

 

Boing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Gilbert

 

A Long Day’s Night

 

The Shaming Of The True

 

Rock

 

KMG Estates

 

Ayers, Cale, Eno, Nico

 

Everybody’s Sometime & .....

 

June 1, 1974

 

Avant Rock

 

Island

 

Panzerballett/Mattias IK Eklundt

 

The IKEA Trauma

 

Tank Goodness

 

Metal

 

Gentle Art Of Music

 

John Martyn

 

The Gardeners

 

The Tumbler

 

Folk

 

Island

 

Flash

 

Lifetime

 

Flash In The Can

 

Prog

 

One Way

 

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Originally posted by aapatsos

some sort of bluesy stuff going on
  Starting very soon
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Easter break had mechasing after a lot of Norwegian bands, that had either been around for quite sometime (but alas ignored by yours truly) or fresh on the scene. In particular, I'm halfway through obtaining some albums by Motorpsycho - and really hooked on the modern  their new album, Still Life With Eggplant. So three quarters of the show is devoted to Norwegian music in numerous forms - including music I've played before. In that non-Scandanavian half hour something from friend of the show, Kimara Sajn new and wonderful album, ditto Niacin, Celtic folk take on Pink Floyd (does it or doesn't this work?) and at last, Easy Star dub/reggae interpretation of Michael Jackson Thriller. Enjoy 


Alternative Alternative Show

18th April 2013: Most Norwegian

9pm – 11pm BST (rebroadcast: 1am BST Saturday/8pm EST Friday; 1am BST Monday/8pm EST Sunday; 1am BST Wed/8pm EST Tues)

 

Hedwig Mollestad Trio

 

Sing Goddess

 

All Of The Witches

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Rune Grammofon

Terje Rypdal

 

Makes You Wonder

 

Vossabrygg op84

 

Nu Fusion

 

ECM

Panzerpappa

 

Astromalist

 

Astromalist

 

Jazz Fusion/RIO

 

Rune Grammofon

Grand General

 

The Fall Of Troy

 

Grand General

 

Jazz Rock

 

Rune Grammofon

In The Country

 

Derrick

 

Sunset Sunrise

 

Nu Jazz

 

Act

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beady Belle

 

Poppy Burt Jones

 

Cricklewood Broadway

 

Nu Fusion

 

Jazzland

Bjorn Berge

 

Ramblin’ On My Mind

 

Mad Fingers Ball

 

Folk Guitar

 

Jazzhaus

The Norwegian Fords

 

I’m Falling In Love (With Somebody Else)

 

Somewhere Down The Road

 

Rock

 

Call Enzo

Agnes Buen Garnas/Jan Garbarek

 

Stolt Oli

 

Rosensfole

 

Folk Jazz

 

ECM

Motorpsycho

 

The Bomb-Proof Roll & Beyond

 

Heavy Metal Fruit

 

Metal Fusion?

 

Rune Grammofon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Star All-Stars

 

Billie Jean

 

Thrillah

 

Reggae

 

Easy Star

Various Artists

 

Money

 

Celtic Pink Floyd

 

Folk Rock

 

Centre Of

Niacin

 

Krush

 

Krush

 

Heavy Jazz Rock

 

Prosthetic

Jon Zeeman

 

Got The Gun

 

Down On My Luck

 

Blues

 

Membrane

Kimara Sajn

 

Heart On Fire

 

Daybreak/Epigram

 

Rock

 

Precognitive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bjorn Berge

 

Honey White

 

Mad Fingers Ball

 

Folk Guitar

 

Jazzhaus

Wardruna

 

EharaR

 

Runaljad/Yggdrasil

 

Folk

 

Wardruna.com

Motorpsycho

 

August

 

Still Life With Eggplant

 

Rock

 

Rune Grammofpon

Elephant9

 

Dodovoodoo

 

Live @ The BBC

 

Jazz Rock

 

Rune grammofon


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To feedback/chat during the show e.mail: alternativealternativeshow@yahoo.co.uk  or join Prog Archives and contributed via the thread:http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=51952&PN=73

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Evening
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Still on this Norwegian kick - but apologies about mispronouncation of artists names last week, and I'm reducing the risk of such cock-ups this Thursday evening with more English names. Nevertheless, we continue delving into Motorpsycho's excellent music, as too Grand General and Hedwig Mollestad. Then there are new recordings from The Muffins, The Naked Truth. Quercus (who appears to have been recorded 6-7 years ago....and only released recently on ECM). And thanks to a visit by Mark ,one of my regular listeners  last Friday (great lunch and long chat in the Swan In The Rushes - a traditional pub recommended to all), I have been introduced a recent project by Tool's Maynard James Keenan, Puscifer, (you must check the rather evil video of Bohemian Rhapsody on the web by the band- aurally very similar to the original Queen version, pictorially some what different....), and the Brit math rockers Ed Wood Jr.

 

Alternative Alternative Show

25th April 2013

9pm – 11pm BST (rebroadcast: 1am BST Saturday/8pm EST Friday; 1am BST Monday/8pm EST Sunday; 1am BST Wed/8pm EST Tues)

Mop Mop (Fred Wesley)

 

Run Around

 

Isle Of Magic

 

Trip Hot Fusion

 

Agogo

 

Tetsuo Sakurai

 

Donna Lee

 

Talking Bass

 

Jazz Fusion

 

King

 

Niacin

 

The Gnarly Shuffle

 

Krush

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Prosthetic

 

The Naked Truth

 

Orange

 

Ourobouros

 

Nu Fusion

 

Rare Noise

 

The Muffins

 

Trench Mouth

 

Mother Tongue

 

Fusion

 

Hobart

 

Kimara Sajn

 

Spirals Down The Lazy River

 

Daybreak/Epigram

 

Fusion

 

Precognitive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motorpsycho

 

X3 Knuckleheads In Space

 

Heavy Metal Fruit

 

Rock

 

Rune Grammofon

 

Puscifer

 

Balls To The Wall

 

Donkey Punch The Night

 

Heavy Rock

 

Puscifer Entertainmt

 

Gary Lucas

 

Autobahn

 

Paradiso

 

Rock

 

O2

 

John Lee Hooker

 

I’m In The Mood

 

The Healer

 

Blues

 

Capricorn

 

Bjorn Berge

 

Heavy Mental

 

Mad Fingers Ball

 

Folk Blues

 

Jazzhaus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Cosmic Trail

 

Mistral I

 

II: Mistral

 

Metal Prog

 

Pure Prog

 

Ed Wood Jr

 

Marcel

 

Ruban De Mobius

 

Math Rock

 

edwoodjr.com

 

Tool

 

Sweat

 

Opiate

 

Metal Rock

 

Zoo

 

Mo’Blow

 

Gimme The Boots

 

Gimme The Boots

 

Jazz Funk

 

Act

 

Riverside

 

The Depth Of Self-Delusion

 

Shrine Of New Generation Slaves

 

Metal Prog

 

SPV/Inside Out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motorpsycho

 

Hell, pt 1 to 3

 

Still Life With Eggplant

 

Left Field Rock

 

Rune Grammofon

 

Hedwig Mollestad trio

 

Kathmandu

 

All Of The Witches

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Rune Grammofon

 

Puscifer

 

Tiny Monsters

 

Conditions Of My Parole

 

Heavy Rock

 

Puscifer Entertainmt

 

Quercus

 

A Tale From History

 

Quercus

 

Folk Jazz

 

ECM

 

Grand General

 

Antics

 

Grand General

 

Jazz Rock

 

Rune Grammofon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Puscifer and Tool in the same show? I think you are going down the really alternative alternative route...Wink

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Originally posted by aapatsos

Puscifer and Tool in the same show? I think you are going down the really alternative alternative route...Wink


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Hello

No speak for some time - how is the steel world?
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same old stuff, no real progress WinkLOL

nu-fusion, old-fusion all nice
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Originally posted by aapatsos

same old stuff, no real progress WinkLOL

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Are you still based at Rotherham or moved within the group?
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still here, was in Wales for 3 months, interesting experience... still teaching?
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Originally posted by aapatsos

still here, was in Wales for 3 months, interesting experience... still teaching?
semi-retired - but have a hefty teaching load takes me in 2 days each for ~35 weeks a year
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