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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote snobb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 19 2012 at 15:39
Yes, "new" EST is same "Leucocyte" sessions outtakes . For me their last album is their most serious and ambitious work, but "301" demonstrates well how good these Australian sessions selection completing "Leucocyte" was done. "301" still contains some nice tunes and few good if unfinished compositions, but it's obviously collection of outtakes. Probably better decision would be just to release "Complete Leucocyte Sessions" in old-fashion jazz releases style
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Never heard TRAM before - really pleasantly surprised
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From new - at least for me: got some Das Kapital promo materials. Danish-German-French neo-fusion trio, they are coming to play in Vilnius next week (they already played last year in Vilnius Jazz), sounds interesting:

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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

Never heard TRAM before - really pleasantly surprised

Read about it here and  surprised at the superior playing on hearing it, when I got it from Amazon
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New Corea-Burton's album for me was quite a disappointment - out of time slightly melancholic music, Corea usually do it much better
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have got passed the short title track yet
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John Mayall (and Peter Green) are absolute British blues giants - with time I like them both more and more (especially early albums)

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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

John Mayall (and Peter Green) are absolute British blues giants - with time I like them both more and more (especially early albums)


Did they ever issue the Mayall/Paul Butterfield get together of the late 60's
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Hi all

Apologies about the delay in posting this week's playlist - got carried away with Chelsea beating perhaps the best football team in the world  last night ('soccer' to the uninitiated). So this week, to keep the boys  doing that oddly odd show before mine happy some metal jazz/fusion. Rumour has it the new Wayne Krantz is on it way to me - but not yet - as is the new Ohmprey album (maybe next week sample from both). However, good listener feedback for both the Red Devils (with the sadly under-recorded Lester Butler) and TRAM (metal musician play some interesting, if somewhat heavy jazz fusion). New to me but been around for some time: Paul Brett Sage from the early 70's. Spot the 'Stan The Man' section of the show and it ain't just Brad Mehldau's track............ And long ones from the second Chicago album and the new album by neo-proggers RPWL

Alternative Alternative Show: 26th April 2012

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

Panzerballett

 

The Simpsons

 

Hart Genossen Von Abba Bis Zappa

 

Metal Jazz Fusion

 

Act

Electrocution 250

 

Ridiculosous

 

Electric Cartoon Music From Hell

 

Heavy Jazz Fusion

 

LNR

Elephant9

 

Fugi Fonix

 

Walk The Nile

 

Metal Jazz

 

Rune Grammofon

Conrad Schrenk’s Extravaganza

 

777

 

Save The Robots

 

Heavy Jazz Rock

 

PAO Records

Jonas Hellborg etal

 

Art Metal

 

Art Metal

 

Indo Jazz Metal

 

Bardo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Animals

 

Boom Boom

 

The Complete French EPs 64-67

 

R’n’B

 

Magic

Bill Nelson

 

Kaleidoscopic Windows

 

Fantasmatron

 

Electronica

 

Sonulux

Yezda Urfa

 

Give ‘Em Some Raw Hide Chewies

 

Sacred Baboon

 

Neo Prog

 

Syn Phonic

Frank Zappa

 

Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow

 

Strictly Commercial

 

Rock

 

Ryko FZ

Guru Guru

 

Der Elektrolurch

 

Mask

 

Krautrock

 

TPCD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hatfield & The North

 

Fitter Stoke Has A Bath

 

Hatfield & The North

 

Canterbury

 

Virgin Japan

Paul Brett Sage

 

Little Aztec Prince

 

Paul Brett Sage

 

Rock Folk

 

Dawn

The Animals

 

Mess Around

 

The Complete French EPs 64-67

 

R’n’B

 

Magic

David Sylvian

 

Godman

 

Dead Bees On A Cake

 

Avant Rock

 

Virgin

My Brother The Wind

 

I Wash My Soul In The Stream Of Infinity

 

I Wash My Soul In The Stream Of Infinity

 

Psychedelia

 

Transubtan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAM

 

Haas Kicker

 

Lingua Franca

 

Metal Fusion

 

Sumerian

The Red Devils

 

Mr Highway Man

 

King King

 

Blues

 

Def American

Happy The Man

 

Stumpy Meets The Firecracker In The Stencil Forest

 

Happy The Man

 

Prog

 

One Way

Brad Mehldau Trio

 

Stan The Man

 

Ode

 

Jazz

 

Nonesuch

Chicken Shack

 

The Letter

 

From The Vaults

 

Blues

 

Indigo

Speed Caravan

 

Galvanise

 

Kalashnik Love

 

Rai

 

Real World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panzerballett

 

Zappa Medley From Hell Pt 1

 

Hart Genossen Von Abba Bis Zappa

 

Metal Jazz Fusion

 

Act

Paul Brett Sage

 

3D Mona Lisa

 

Paul Brett Sage

 

Rock Folk

 

Dawn

4Front

 

Many Places To Rush

 

Malice In Wonderland

 

Prog Instrumental

 

Spec Records

Paul Weller

 

Study In Blue

 

Sonik Kicks

 

Rock Reggae

 

Island

Chicago

 

It Better End Soon

 

Chicago

 

Brass Rock

 

Rhino

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Landau Group

 

Delano

 

Organic Instrumentals

 

Fusion

 

Tone Center

Michael Chapman

 

Kodak Ghosts

 

Fully Qualified Survivor

 

Folk

 

Repertoire

Nils Petter Molvaer

 

Vilderness 2

 

Solid Ether

 

Nu Fusion

 

ECM

RPWL

 

Transformed/We Are What We Are

 

Beyond Man & Time

 

Neo Prog

 

Pirate Label

ON: http://www.lborosu.org.uk/media/lcr/live/live.php OR http://www.lborosu.org.uk/media/index.php?section=lcr

 

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starting ~15 min late because of technical problems but full 3 hours promised
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Yes, I checked earlier but music sounded was obviously not from your program
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How are you doing? BTW anybody lurking out there?
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at last we got the warmer time, so life is easier now. for weekend forecast is +26C!
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you're lucky but enjoy - we are promised a month's rain in a week, so I'll expect this weekend is a washout
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Two or three first Chicago albums were all great, but than their success made them cheesy pop-band very soon
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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

Two or three first Chicago albums were all great, but than their success made them cheesy pop-band very soon


Smack on - the rot was showing in this second album (with a few cheesy ones). (Seraphin's drumming was special too). I think one issue was that they were playing the popular stuff on the road heard on CTA and Chicago back in 1968, before recording the albums - so had they become tired of playing the good material whilst looking for a bigger AOR audience?



Edited by Dick Heath - April 26 2012 at 16:49
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THEW

Nearly forgot to post this, having put things to bed last Sunday afternoon - with continuous rain keeping me from attacking the garden.  However....

At last got myself a recording of  the other other Ian Anderson, who appeared in Britain about the same time as the Tull-man, also singing the blues (delta more than blues rock) but nowadays better know as an editor of a UK folk magazine. Interesting fusion from a couple of Japanese bands - East Wind (despite one reviewer drawing parallels with Weather Report and RTF) reminds me of 70's European jazz fusion and we feature a track that starts with a major lift from Soft Machine - then there is Fazjaz.JP definitely the stronger musically of the two, here doing some pretty interesting takes on jazz standards. Something from the new and heavily critically acclaimed Jack White album, Blunderbuss - but I failing to be impressed so what am I missing? We end the show with three contributions from Don Galluccci - creator of that familiar keyboard riff by the Kingsmen on Louis Louis, much praised producer of the second The Stooges' album and arguably one of the central figures inventing early American prog in the form of Touch (60's garage, proto-punk and prog....)

Alternative Alternative Show
3rd May 2012
8pm – 11pm BST (rebroadcast: 1am BST Saturday/8pm EST Friday;  1am BST Monday/8pm EST Sunday; 1am BST Wed/8pm EST Tues)
Fazjaz.JP
 
Teen Town
 
Season IV
 
Jazz Rock
 
Vega Music
Grooveatech Orchestra
 
Like A Dream
 
One More Time
 
Jazz Fusion
 
RadioDirectX sampler
TRAM
 
Inverted Ballad
 
Lingua Franca
 
Metal Fusion
 
Sumerian
Brad Mehldau Trio
 
Bee Blues
 
Ode
 
Jazz
 
Nonesuch
East Wind Pot
 
Dr Bloodmoney
 
East Wind Pot
 
Jazz Fusion
 
Musea
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Walter Trout
 
Saw My Mamma Cryin’
 
Blues For The Modern Daze
 
Blues
 
Mascot
RPWL
 
The Wise In The Desert
 
Beyond Man & Time
 
Nu Prog
 
Pirate Label
Jack White
 
On & On & On
 
Blunderbuss
 
Rock
 
Columbia
Ian Anderson Country Blues Band
 
Get in That Swing
 
Stereo Death Breakdown
 
Delta Blues
 
Fledgling
Emily Remler
 
East To Wes
 
East To Wes
 
Jazz
 
Concord
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Flying Colors
 
Blue Ocean
 
Flying Colors
 
Prog
 
Music Theories
Sleepy John Estes
 
The Girl I Love Has Long Curly Hair
 
The Early Blues Roots Of Led Zeppelin
 
 
Delta Blues
 
Catfish
The Leaves
 
Too Many People
 
Nuggets
 
Pop Rock
 
Rhino
Michael Chapman
 
Stranger In The Room
 
Fully Qualified Survivor
 
Folk
 
Repertoire
OSI
 
Cold Call
 
Fire Makes Thunder
 
Nu Prog
 
Burning Shed
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sons Of Champlin
 
Get High
 
The Best Of..
 
Brass Rock
 
Acadia
Led Zeppelin
 
Gallows Pole
 
Led Zeppelin 3
 
Blues Rock
 
Atlantic
Leadbelly
 
Gallis Pole
 
The Early Blues Roots Of Led Zeppelin
 
 
Delta Blues
 
Catfish
Beats Antique
 
Circulation
 
The Trunk Archives
 
Arabo- Hiphop
 
Antique
RPWL
 
Unchain The Earth
 
Beyond Man & Time
 
Nu Prog
 
Pirate Label
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Romano Texier Sclavis
 
Idoma
 
3+3
 
Jazz
 
 Label Bleu
Mr Big
 
Hold Your Head Up
 
Next Time Around
 
Rock
 
Atlantic Rhino
Squarepusher
 
Unreal Square
 
Ufabulum
 
Electronica
 
Warp
Ian Anderson Country Blues Band
 
Little Boy Blues
 
Stereo Death Breakdown
 
Delta Blues
 
Fledgling
OSI
 
Wind Won’t Howl
 
Fire Makes Thunder
 
Nu Prog
 
Burning Shed
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Led Zeppelin
 
Black Water Slide
 
Led Zeppelin
 
Folk
 
Atlantic
Walter Trout
 
The Sky Is Fallin’ Down
 
Blues For The Modern Daze
 
Blues
 
Mascot
The Stooges
 
1970
 
Fun House
 
Proto Punk
 
Elektra
The Kingsmen
 
Louis Louis
 
Nuggets
 
Garage
 
Rhino
Touch
 
Alesha & Others/75
 
Touch
 
Prog
 
Eclectic
 
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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

good evening


a belated evening
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