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Primus - post-rock?!

doesn't sound even close
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that's what the pundit write - only clue is the lead guitar doesn't play the obvious solo from the tune's main or other themes
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A couple of requests hopefully catered for in this show, i.e. heavier jazz fusion,  Bruford, more David Sylvian. In addition, the newie from Levin Minnemann & Rudess, something  from Gary Lucas (pending his London South Bank appearance), and I've got hold of Harvey Mandel's "Get Off In Chicago" after looking for this since the mid 70's .... and  not disappointed after so long. Folk from Tim Hardin, Roy Harper, and some magic Norwegian guitarwork from Hedvig Mollestad and Bjorn Berg. Thanks to all who have signed up at the show's Facebook page. 


31st October 2013 – Heavy heavy

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

 

Panzerballett/Randy Brecker

 

Some Skunk Funk

 

Tank Goodness

 

Metal Fusion

 

Gentle Art

 

Ginger Baker (Hellborg/J.Johansson)

 

Rain & Rhinoceros

 

Unseen rain

 

Jazz Fusion

 

DEM

 

Elephant9

 

Dodovoodoo

 

Dodovoodoo

 

Jazz Rock

 

Rune Grammofon

 

Kazumi Watanabe

 

Walk Don’t Run

 

Mobo 1/2

 

Jazz Rock

 

Grammavision

 

Bruford

 

Sample & Hold

 

Feels Good to Me (rm)

 

Jazz Rock

 

Arcangelo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bjorn Berg

 

Honey White

 

Mad Finger Ball

 

Blues

 

Jazzhaus

 

Tim Hardin

 

Magician

 

Suitae For Susan Moore & Damion

 

Folk

 

BGO

 

Levin Minnemann, Rudess

 

Marcopolis

 

LMR

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Lazy Bones

 

Sloan

 

Listen To The Radio

 

Never Hear The End Of It

 

Pop

 

Yep Roc

 

Hedvig Mollestad Trio

 

The Rex

 

All Of Them Witches

 

Rock Fusion

 

Rune Grammofon

 

K2

 

Mirror Of The Spirits

 

Book Of The Dead

 

Nu Prog

 

Prog Rock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Argent

 

God Gave Rock’n’Roll To You

 

Deep

 

Rock

 

Epic

 

Harvey Mandel

 

Check Me Out

 

Get Off In Chicago

 

Rock Blues

 

London

 

Ange

 

Fils De Luminere

 

Au Dela Du Delire

 

Prog

 

Philips

 

Roy Harper

 

Goodbye

 

Flat Baroque & Berserk

 

Folk

 

Science Friction

 

Hector Zazou (David Sylvian)

 

To A Reason

 

Sahara Blue

 

Avant Rock

 

Crammed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Battles

 

Africastle
 

Gloss Drop

 

Math Electronica

 

Warp

 

Kansas

 

Mystery & Mayhem

 

Two For The Show (deluxe ed)

 

Prog

 

Epic

 

Gary Lucas & Najma Akhtar

 

Special Rider Blues

 

Rishte

 

Indo Blues

 

World Village

 

Kiyomi Otaka

 

Renoir

 

Third Hand

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Compozila

 

Harvey Mandel

 

High Test Fishing Line

 

Get Off In Chicago

 

Rock Blues

 

London

 

Gentle Giant

 

Proclamation

 

The Power & The Glory

 

Prog

 

The Road Goes On

 

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evening?

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A mix of old and new (and new to me, even though old!).  Latest from the master musicians of The Aristocrats, something from the latest set of eclectic releases from Moonjune Records (ie Dusan Jevtovic) - with more to come in the following weeks, especially Indonesian jazz fusion. One of those "new to me albums" although recorded in 1970 at the 'Dutch Woodstock', providing examples of early live Santana and Soft Machine taking a psychedelic number (i.e originally on 'Volume 2') and arranging as new jazz fusion. A sample of Ki:Theory (pronounced KEY THEORY): this album is available as a free download at their site. Samples of 30's jazz done more recently by rock musicians. And superior prog (I do find modern prog, mostly dull and largely weak imitations of superior stuff heard in the early 70's): Flea (no, not the Aussie bassist of RHCPs) and SK's Persona Grata. And Mike Keneally's August release - one of our featured musicians last year.

Tune in and enjoy - and I assume world's clocks are back to the usual time differences with those of the UK?


Alternative Alternative Show

7th November 2013

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

 

Aristocrats

 

Dance Of The Aristocrats

 

Culture Clash

 

Jazz Rock

 

Boing!

 

Dusan Jevtovic

 

Am I Walking Wrong?

 

Am I Walking Wrong

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Moonjune

 

Boston Horns

 

Boogie Step Shuffle

 

Boogie Step Shuffle

 

Jazz Funk

 

www.bostonhorns

 

Fred

 

Mantra

 

Notes On A Picnic

 

Jazz Fusion

 

World Sound

 

Soft Machine

 

Ester’s Nose Job

 

The Dutch Woodstock

 

Canterbury Jazz

 

Gonzo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fleetwood Mac

 

Rattlesnake Shake

 

Then Play On (rm)

 

Blues

 

Reprise

 

Ki:Theory

 

Stasis

 

Kitty Hawk

 

Electronica

 

www.kitheory

 

John Kongos

 

Tokoloshi Man

 

Kongos

 

Rock

 

Repertoire

 

Mattias IA Eklundh

 

Amphibians Night Out
 

Freak Guitar The Smorgasbord

 

Guitar Shred

 

Favored Nations

 

Bonzo Dog Do Dah Band

 

Jollity Farm

 

Gorilla

 

30’s Jazz

 

BGO

 

Flea

 

Amazone A Piedi

 

Topi O Uomini

 

It Prog

 

Vinyl Magic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santana

 

Savor

 

The Dutch Woodstock

 

Latin Rock

 

Gonzo

 

Dantalian’s Chariot

 

Madman Running Through The Fields

 

Chariot Rising

 

Brit 60’s Psych

 

 

 

Mike Keneally

 

You Must Be This Tall

 

You Must Be This Tall

 

Expt Rock

 

Exowax

 

Roxy Music

 

Do The Strand
 

Street Life

 

Art Rock

 

EG

 

Bryan Ferry Orchestra

 

Do The Strand

 

The Jazz Age

 

30’s Jazz

 

BMG

 

Muddy World

 

Muddy Floor

 

Finery Of The Storm

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Tzadik

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bugge Wesseltoft +NCJ

 

Heim
 

Moving

 

Nu Fusion/Chill

 

Jazzland

 

Bill Nelson

 

Captain Future’s Psychotronic Circus

 

Captain Future’s Psychotronic Circus

 

Electronica

 

DAOD

 

Rain Tree Crow

 

Blackwater

 

Rain Tree Crow (rm)

 

Avant Rock

 

Virgin

 

John The Revelator

 

I Can’t Stop Loving You

 

Wild Blues

 

Blues

 

Pseudonym

 

Persona Grata

 

Ace

 

Reaching Places High Above

 

Nu Prog

 

www.personagrata

 

rm = remaster

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Also via Apple’s I-Tune/Library (upper LHS of the screen : Radio – University/Colleges (scroll down to and click on Loughborough Campus Radio- LCR)

 

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hello?


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good evening, Dick

Dusan Jevtovic (reads "Dooshan Eftovich") is Serbian guitarist, based in Spain :)
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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

good evening, Dick

Dusan Jevtovic (reads "Dooshan Eftovich") is Serbian guitarist, based in Spain :)

Thanks and good evening Slava
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Softs sound as bootleg but great song - I like them from time around "Two" and "Three" most, great moments in transition from psychedelic to jazz-rock band ( there are excellent rare pieces when they play with reeds section, I expect on "BBC Sessions" album)
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Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

Softs sound as bootleg but great song - I like them from time around "Two" and "Three" most, great moments in transition from psychedelic to jazz-rock band ( there are excellent rare pieces when they play with reeds section, I expect on "BBC Sessions" album)
 definitely bootleg quality but a good mix - listen to Hooper
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Originally posted by Dick Heath Dick Heath wrote:

Originally posted by snobb snobb wrote:

Softs sound as bootleg but great song - I like them from time around "Two" and "Three" most, great moments in transition from psychedelic to jazz-rock band ( there are excellent rare pieces when they play with reeds section, I expect on "BBC Sessions" album)
 definitely bootleg quality but a good mix - listen to Hooper

Now Santana has that excellent but bootleg quality - recording gear seems much worse than that used at Woodstock proper
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It seems we have an artist of the term and by default: David Sylvain, who's voice has appeared on every show so far - but not necessarily under his own name: this week he guests with Nine Horses. Heavy choices restrictedto France's excellent Morglbl and the US's superior (IMHO) metallists, Tool. New jazz discoveries in the forms of the Netherland's Ploctones (interesting name), and the Indo-jazz of Smith, Brooks, Prasanna. A sample from the newie by Exivious - musically skirting rock and jazz but not really settling. Then a couple of combos: Chicago/Beach Boy and Govt Mule/Grace Potter. A version of LZ's 'Dazed & Confused' recorded some time before, LZ's here by the Yardbirds (commonality: Mr Page - hey he even borrowed from himself.....). Finally (and no apologies having played the studio version a couple of weeks ago), Steven Wilson et al  very superior prog in the form of 'Liminol' - live in Mexico City. Ex Miles Davis sidesman, Adam Holzman shines on Fender Rhodes, I guess resurrecting the ring modulator at one point. Feedback during the show is as ever welcome.


Alternative Alternative Show

14th November 2013 -

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

 

Morglbl

 

L’Ami Deglingo

 

Grotesk

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Free Electric

 

Steve Smith, George Brooks, Prasanna

 

Tug Of War

 

Raga Bop Trio

 

Indo-jazz

 

Abstract Logix

 

Uncle Moes Space Ranch

 

Path To Aesthesis

 

Moe’s Town

 

Nu Fusion

 

Tone Center

 

The Ploctones

 

Slikker

 

Ploc!

 

Jazz

 

Challenge

 

Weather Report

 

River People

 

Live & Unreleased

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Columbia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exivious

 

One’s Glow

 

Liminal

 

Fusion

 

Season Of Mist

 

District 96

 

I Can’t Take You With me

 

Hybrid Child

 

Nu Prog

 

Lasers Edge

 

Warm Dust

 

Long Road

 

Warm Dust

 

Brass Rock

 

Second Life

 

Tom Rush

 

Wild Child

 

Tom Rush

 

Folk

 

Columbia

 

Morglbl

 

Buffet Froid

 

Grotesk

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Free Electric

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tool

 

Eulogy

 

Aenima

 

Heavy Rock

 

Zoo

 

Spirogyra

 

Dangerous Dave

 

Old Boot Wine

 

Canterbury Folk

 

Eclectic

 

Flea

 

L’Angelo Timido

 

Topi O Uomini

 

Heavy Rock

 

Vinyl Magic

 

The Yardbirds

 

Dazed & Confused

 

Glimpses

 

Rock Blues

 

 

 

Easy Star Allstars

 

Speak To Me/Breathe The Air

 

Dub Side Of The Moon

 

Reggae Dub

 

Easy Star

 

Country Joe & The Fish

 

Section 43 (stereo mix)

 

Electric Music For The Mind & Body

 

Psych

 

Vanguard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Govt Mule & Grace Potter

 

Whisper In Your Soul

 

Shout!

 

Rock Blues

 

Blue Note

 

Chicago & The Beach Boys

 

Wishing You Were Here

 

Chicago VII

 

(Brass/Surf) Rock

 

Rhino

 

Nine Horses**

 

The Day Earth Stole Heaven

 

Snow Borne Sorrow

 

Avant Rock

 

Samandhi

 

Lester Butler

 

Smokestack Lightning
 

13

 

Blues

 

When

 

Steven Wilson

 

Liminol

 

Get All You Deserve: Live In Mexico City

 

Prog

 

K Scope

 

** Artist Of The Term is David Sylvian

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To feedback/chat during the show e.mail: [email protected]  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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I seemed to be in the middle of a brass rock thing at the moment, especially discovering bands from the late 60's/early 70's that had passed me by, back them. There was a temptation to do an ALT2 purely brass rock - but avoided that as the show does have a degree of variety. However, every tune played this Thursday will involved brass or woodwind to a greater of lesser extent, shifting back to 1944 for the earliest recording.  (In passing, having moaned that the term "prog" is excessively over-used and often wrongly, "brass rock" seems to get slapped onto recordings that might have a solitary flute or sax break somewhere through 40 minutes of album or the other extreme, having long sax jazz solos. Taking my reference from early Chicago or BST, this is rock which includes a substantial amount of brass or woodwind lead instrumental breaks, which tend more to rock or soul than jazz - but not banned - AND there are more than one brass and/or woodwind player in the band. Bitching over.)


Alternative Alternative Show

21st November 2013 – Brass & Woodwind Special

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

 

Randy & Michael Brecker/WDR Big Band

 

Some Skunk Funk

 

Some Skunk Funk

 

Jazz Funk

 

BHM

 

Lounge Lizards

 

Tarantella

 

Voice Of Chunk

 

Nu Jazz

 

Vera Bra

 

Miles Davis

 

Blue In Green

 

Kind Of Blue

 

Jazz

 

Columbia

 

Billy Cobham

 

Panhandler

 

A Funky Thide Of Sings

 

Jazz Funk

 

Atlantic

 

Don Ellis

 

The Great Divide

 

Don Ellis At Fillmore

 

Jazz Big Band

 

Wounded Bird

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catapilla

 

Promises

 

Catapilla

 

Rock

 

Green Tree

 

Savoy Brown

 

I’m Crying

 

Raw Sienna

 

Blues

 

Deram

 

Walrus

 

Who Can I Trust

 

Walrus

 

Brass Rock

 

Esoteric

 

Defunkt

 

Without Justice

 

Cum Funky

 

Jazz Funk

 

Enemy

 

John Mayall

 

Dry Throat

 

Jazz Blues Fusion

 

Blues

 

Polydor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Samurai

 

Maudie James

 

Samurai

 

Rock

 

Esoteric

 

Rock Workshop

 

What’s Mine Is Mine

 

The Very Last Time

 

Brass Rock

 

Angel Air

 

Earth Wind & Fire

 

Get To Get You Into My Life

 

The Very best Of

 

Soul

 

Telstar

 

The Unthanks

 

Starless

 

Last

 

Folk

 

Rabble Rouser/EMI

 

Naked Lunch

 

Changes

 

Naked Lunch

 

Latin Rock

 

World In Sound

 

Chicago

 

Introduction

 

Chicago Transit Authority

 

Brass Rock

 

Rhino

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keef Hartley Band

 

Not Foolish Not Wise

 

Battle Of North West 6

 

Blue sRock

 

Esoteric

 

Louis Jordan

 

GI Blues

 

R&B 1945

 

Jive

 

Indigo

 

The Beatles/Rebel Rousers

 

Get To Get You Into My Life

 

Revolver

 

Rock Pop

 

Parlophone

 

Ides Of March

 

Vehicle

 

Vehicle

 

Brass Rock

 

 

 

Zoo

 

You Lose Your Woman
 

Zoo

 

Brass Rock

 

Flawed Gem

 

Swegas

 

Beautiful Scarlet

 

Child Of Light

 

Brass Rock

 

 

 

 

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Hi from Seattle.Where is The Flock?
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Dare I not risk it; they are Flocked off - as being too obvious (the band has alsolong  caused me to wonder whether they meet my criteria as a brass rock band)
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You are probably right....its a stretch
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Originally posted by timothy leary timothy leary wrote:

You are probably right....its a stretch

I think brass rock needs a minimum of two brass and/or woodwind players who take the lead occasionally - I don't think the brass on Flock ever take the lead from the vocalist, guitar or violin. Hence for instance Soft Machine Volume 2 isn't brass rock, with a lone sax (Brian Hopper)


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the link worked perfect and the sound is fine
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