Free Speech * De Gedachten zijn vrij: Allison Krause, Jeffrey Miller, Sandra Scheuer and William Schroeder * Mon. 11, Tue. 12 and Wed. 13 May [2015-18]

Four dead in Ohio: De soldaten draaien zich 180° om en vuren zonder verwittiging in de menigte studenten **

NEW: FOUR DEAD  IN OHIO

Kent State University, Ohio, 4 May 1070: 67 bullets fired in 13 seconds killed four and wouded 9 students

Kent State University, Ohio, 4 May 1070: 67 bullets fired in 13 seconds killed four and wouded 9 students

 

 

De soldaten draaien zich 180° om en vuren zonder verwittiging in de menige studenten. Vier sterven ter plaatse, negen anderen worden gewond – waarvan één levenslang verlamd blijft. Kent State University,  4 mei, 45 jaar geleden. De dagen daarna zwelt het protest tegen de oorlog in Vietnam nog sterker aan en gaan de meeste universiteitscampussen dicht.…

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My Generation of Sun. 10 & Mon. 11 May [2015-18]: Tales From the Woods, Troubadours from the US, Kent State shootings

Tales From the Woods, US Troubadours, Kent State shooting

TALES FROM THE WOODS

Tales Woods 2015-05-17_woodvilleOn Sunday 17th May in Gravesend, England, Tales from the Woods present a true rock’n’roll show featuring Dave Berry, Beryl Marsden, Matchbox, Cliff Bennett backed by his original horn section (of the Rebel Rousers) and The Norman Beaker Band. Compere is Jesse Conrad. Keith Woods of Tales From the Woods says “: “Eddy, this is not yet another nostalgia show,  this is a living, breathing,  four hour rock n roll show, THE REAL THING”.  See http://www.tftw.org.uk/
Radio 68 plays Norman Beaker &  John Price (album Between the Lines), Dave Berry (rarer 60s stuff and tracks from his wonderful blues album “Memphis in the Meantime” , Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers and Cliff Bennett solo from his cd “Soul Blast” (in the Sixties and Blues section).…

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19th Art Rock Show: Wolflight

Steve Hackett - WolflightOp ons lijstje: Steve Hackett (Wolflight), Karnivool (Sound Awake), Solaris (The Martian Chronicles), Moving Gelatine Plates (Removing), Genesis (Wind And Wuthering), IQ (Ever) and Marco Antonio Araujo (Lucas).

Fred Nieuwesteeg van Prog Wereld: “Hackett slaagt er op meesterlijke wijze in culturen, tijd en ruimte door verschillende muziekstijlen te verbinden tot een logisch en harmonieus geheel, met als rode draad zijn zo herkenbare geweldige gitaarspel, dat niettemin nooit verveelt, omdat hij altijd weer nieuwe dimensies opzoekt en er in slaagt zoveel emotie via de snaren over te brengen, zodat elk nummer zich weer als een kleine ontdekkingsreis laat ervaren.…

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Dichters in de Lucht: Willem M. Roggeman leest ‘Blue Notebook’, woe. 06 mei 16 uur [2015-09]

Willem M. Roggeman leest Blue Notebook

16:00 NIEUW: Willem M. Roggeman leest Blue Notebook

Willem M Roggeman BlueNotebook cd

Willem M Roggeman BlueNotebook cd

Guy Van Hoof over dit werk van Roggeman: “Deze bundel is dus een ode aan de jazzmuziek, of jazzmusici. Het zijn vaak dezelfde namen die je overal weer tegenkomt en die de geschiedenis van jazz hebben bepaald. Bekende namen defileren hier, die boven de anderen uitstaken of vernieuwend waren, die durfden en grenzen verlegden, al zijn er zo vele anderen die in het donkere landschap van de muziek niet wisten te overleven, niet sterk genoeg waren.…

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Free Speech * De Gedachten zijn vrij: Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee (Mon. 04, Tue. 05 & Wed. 06 May, 2015-17

American Indians Holocaust_poster-400BURY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE

By the end of the 19th century, most North American peoples and tribes had been wiped out: their culture destroyed, their land confiscated, their environment industrialised. They were the Bad Guys. Anyone who has ever played cowboy and Indian knows the Indian must loose. Later, they were  confined to reservations. In the 60s, singer-songwriter Peter La Farge – of Indian descent –  reminded us of this forgotten homicide.
“During the early and mid-’60s, Peter La Farge occupied a special niche in contemporary folk music as the first politically aware Native American to attract serious attention.…

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My Generation of Sun. 03 & Mon. 04 May: John Renbourn, Paul Jones, Circus & Rainman, Provo [2015-17]

Paul Jones: blues, pop and prog * John Renbourn In Memoriam * Q65 offshoots Circus and Rainmain *

SPECIALS

John Renbourn with Radio 68's Ed at The Half Moon, Putney, March 2014. PicturebyEddyBonte

John Renbourn with Radio 68’s Ed at The Half Moon, Putney, March 2014. PicturebyEddyBonte

JOHN RENBOURN: In Memoriam
No Britfolk without singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist John Renbourn (Pentangle, solo albums, duo with Bert Jansch, collaborations with Wizz Jones, etc.) , who died suddenly and unexpectedly at this home on 27 March. Radio 68’s Ed met John Renbourn  in London last year. Listen to excerpts of their conversation and tracks from  Renbourn’s self-titled  and very bluesy solo LP from 1965.…

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