My Generation 60s Radio Show: Simon Dupree, Manfred Mann, The Lords, The Renegades, Johnny Copeland, Albert Collins & Robert Cray, Marie Knight *** Sunday 20 & Tuesday 22 September 2020 *** [Ed’s Show, 2020-38]

NEW SHOW : Simon Dupree + The Moles + Gentle Giant, Manfred Mann, The Lords, The Renegades, Johnny Copeland + Albert Collins & Robert Cray, Marie Knight   *** Repeated: Brian Poole & The Tremeloes + Roy Orbison + The Contours, Dutch blues with Rob Hoeke, Cuby & The Blizzards, Hu & The Hilltops, Pink Floyd’s blues ***  Sunday 20 Sept., 12 noon till 04:00 + Tuesday 22 Sept., 12:00 noon till 24:00 ***  Time: CET Brussels ***  Ed’s Show, 2020-38 (=2018-12)  ***

RADIO 68: all the revolutionary sounds and voices that shaped the sixties ***

 

 

Showtime CESTime Brussels

  • 12.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland 
  • 14.00 Paul Butterfield & Friends, Nirvana Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, Rob Hoeke and more Dutch Blues
  • 16.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland 
  • 18.00 Paul Butterfield & Friends, Nirvana Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, Rob Hoeke and more Dutch Blues
  • 20.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland 
  • 22.00 Paul Butterfield & Friends, Nirvana Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, Rob Hoeke and more Dutch Blues
  • 24.00  [END OF TUESDAY BROADCAST]
  • 24.00  Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland 
  • 02.00 Paul Butterfield & Friends, Nirvana Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, Rob Hoeke and more Dutch Blues
  • 04.00 [END OF SUNDAY BROADCAST]  

THE PLAYLISTS

NEW SHOWS 12:00, 16:00, 20:00 & 24:00 hrs CET

1 MY GENERATION: SPECIAL : SIMON DUPREE AND THE BIG SOUND 
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED:  THE SHAMROCKS: Cadillac + THE RENEGADES: Everybody + THE LORDS: Tobacco Road (in German) ***
SPECIAL  SIMON DUPREE AND THE BIG SOUND: I See the Light (first single, 1966), Reservations (2nd single, 1967), Day Time Night Time (by Mike Hugg, 3rd single), Kites / Like the sun, Like  the Fire (hit single, 1967), We Are The Moles, pts. 1 & 2 (single, as The Moles, 1968) + GENTLE GIANT (< Gentle Giant, first LP) + MANFRED MANN: 5-4-3-2-1 (Canadian album version) ***
LONGPLAYTIME  MANFRED MANN: Bare Hugg (by Mike Hugg, LP Soul of Mann, 1967), Each Other’s Company by Mike Hugg, (< LP ‘As Is’, 1966) *** WORD: JIM HIGHTOWER, America’s no. 1 populist: jimhightower.com

2 BLUESIDE : SPECIAL : JOHNNY COPELAND
THE ORIGINATORS  & INSPIRATORS : Gospel Time with MARIE KNIGHT (Twelve Gates to the City, < ‘The Gospel Truth Live’) + MAVIS STAPLES: Devil On the Loose (< ‘Have  A Little Faith’), with Thanks to AIRPLAY DIRECT and Alligator Records *** SPECIAL JOHNNY COPELAND: On Bended Knee, Make My Home, Kasavubu, Claim Jumper  (< Rounder records complation ‘On Bended Knee’, with thanks to Airplay Direct ) + ALBERT COLLINS, ROBERT CRAY & JOHNNY COPELAND: Black Cat Bone, Blackjack  (< ‘Showdown’, 1985) + BECK, BOGERT & APPICE; Black Cat Moan (live ) *** WORD: JOHN BALABAN: Vietnamese Poems + DAVE BALL: Priceless (< Don’t Forget Your Alligator) ***

REPEATED SHOWS 14:00, 18:00, 22:00 & 02:00 hrs CET

3 MY GENERATION: BRIAN POOLE & THE TREMELOES
RARE, FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED John Williams + The Searchers + Sylvie Vartan.
SPECIAL: BRIAN POOLE & THE TREMELOES + ROY ORBISON + THE STRANGELOVES + THE CONTOURS
LONG-PLAYTIME The Association (And Then.. Along Comes, 1966) + The Easybeats (Vigil, 1968)+ The Ivy League (The Sounds Of, 1967)  + Country  Joe & the Fish (I Feel Like I’m Fixin’-to-Die, 1967). WORD POETRY FREE SPEECCH POEZIE WOORD DE GEDACHTEN ZIJN VRIJ: Robert Jasper Grootveld (Provo) + Anti-Vietnam + Country  Joe & The Fish.
AND ALSO LOVE & PEACE John Lennon + HOMAGE TO CATALONIA: Eurogrup

4 BLUESIDE :ROB HOEKE & DUTCH BLUES
ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS: The Orlons + Slim Harpo
SPECIAL:  ROB HOEKE & More Dutch Blues: ROB HOEKE +  CUBY & THE BLIZZARDS + HU & THE HILLTOP + THE BINTANGS + JOHNNY KENDALL & THE HERALDS + TEE SET.
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME: PINK FLOYD (from  OST ‘More’)  + ELVIS PRESLEY.
AND ALSO: LOVE & PEACE Wilbert Harrison + HOMAGE TO CATALONIA  Companyia <Electrica Dharma

ACHTERGRONDINFORMATIE ** BACKGROUND

SIMON DUPREE & THE BIG SOUND
” ‘Simon Dupree’ was vocalist Derek Shulman ans his brothers Ray and Phil  who started out in music as R&B fanatics and first formed a group in 1964 (…).They were signed to EMI’s Parlophone label, and cut a pair of powerful R&B-style songs in 1966, “I See the Light” and “It Is Finished.” Success on the club scene didn’t necessarily result in serious record sales, however, and the group’s debut, as well as its follow-up records, “Reservations” b/w “You Need a Man” and “Day Time, Night Time” b/w “I’ve Seen It All Before,” didn’t make much of an impression. Their debut album, Without Reservations, containing the first fragmentary examples of the group’s original songwriting, was released in August of 1967. (…) Then, in October of 1967, the group’s management and record label decided to try moving the band in the direction of psychedelia. (…) The result was “Kites,” a song recorded in the early fall of 1967 at Abbey Road. Later, the Shulman brothers formed prog outfit Gentle Giant”.
After Bruce Eder, www.allmusic.com, All Rights Reserved.
RADIO 68 plays the first three singles + Gentle Giant + Manfred Mann as Simon Dupree’s single ‘Day Time Night Time’ was written by Mike Hugg of Mafred Mann.

JOHNNY COPELAND
Album “On Bended Knee”, Rounder Records, with thanks to Airplay Direct
“ (…) but the sides chosen do capture them at particular and sometimes poignant and important places in their careers. In the particular case of  Copeland, his Rounder years paved the way for his well-known excellent late-era recordings for Verve, and it can be convincingly argued that despite the smaller recording budget, his sides for Rounder are even better than those he cut later”.
Quoted from / All Rights Reserved: https://www.allmusic.com/album/essential-recordings-down-on-bended-knee-mw0000815052
RADIO 68 plays several tracks from ‘On Bended Knee’

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