My Generation 60s Radio Show * Dance Crazes Special with Jack Hammer, The Dovells, Ray Bryant Combo, Chubby Checker, Les Bourgeois de Calais + Mark Harrison, Ian Gillan *** Sunday 27 & Tuesday 29 September 2020 ** [Ed’s Show, 2020-39]
NEW SHOW : Dance Crazes Special: the Pony, Hully Gully, Wiggle, Hucklebuck, Twist + Mark Harrison, Ian Gillan *** Repeated: Simon Dupree + The Moles + Gentle Giant, Manfred Mann, The Lords, The Renegades, Johnny Copeland + Albert Collins & Robert Cray, Marie Knight*** Sunday 27 Sept., 12 noon till 04:00 + Tuesday 29 Sept., 12:00 noon till 24:00 *** Time: CET Brussels *** Ed’s Show, 2020-39 (=2019-04) ***
RADIO 68: all the revolutionary sounds and voices that shaped the sixties ***
Showtime CESTime Brussels
- 12.00 Dance Crazes Special, Mark Harrison’s blues, Ian Gillan
- 14.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland
- 16.00 Dance Crazes Special, Mark Harrison’s blues, Ian Gillan
- 18.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland
- 20.00 Dance Crazes Special, Mark Harrison’s blues, Ian Gillan
- 22.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland
- 24.00 [END OF TUESDAY BROADCAST]
- 24.00 Dance Crazes Special, Mark Harrison’s blues, Ian Gillan
- 02.00 Simon Dupree, Johnny Copeland
- 04.00 [END OF SUNDAY BROADCAST]
NEW SHOWS 12:00, 16:00, 20:00 & 24:00 hrs CET
1 MY GENERATION: SPECIAL : DANCE CRAZES
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED The Supremes, David Bowie, Marmalade.
SPECIAL: DANCE CRAZES with The Ray Bryant Combo + The Dovells + Georgia Gibbs + The Roulettes + Les Bourgeois de Calais + Danny Logan & Les Pirates.
LONGPLAYTIME Orange Bicycle (Hyacinth Threads, 1967) + Elvis (Kissin’ Cousins, 1964 + Roustabout, 1965).
FREE SPEECH Dan Kennedy
2 BLUESIDE : SPECIAL : MARK HARRISON: Panoramic View
THE ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS Frank SInatra & Antonia Carlos Jobim + Etta James (Rocks The House, 1964) + Fats Domino (A Lot of Dominos, 1960).
SPECIAL: MARK HARRISON: Panoramic View with spoken introductions, cd, 2018.
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME: Ian Gillan & The Javelins (cd, 2018) + Joe Shelton (cd Ridin’ A Chicken) + The Kentucky Headhunters (Live At The Ramblin’ Man Fair, 2018 + Richard Thompson (13 Rivers, new cd, 2018) + The Faces.
AND ALSO: LOVE & PEACE Nina Simone: Mississippi Goddamn + FREE SPEECH Jim Hightower
THANKS TO Joe Shelton www.facebook.com/bigjoeshelton/app_2405167945 + Mark Harrison http://www.markharrisonrootsmusic.com/ + V2 Records & Proper Records for Richard Thompson + V2 Records for Ian Gillan & The Kentucky Headhunters
REPEATED SHOWS 14:00, 18:00, 22:00 & 02:00 hrs CET
3 MY GENERATION: 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
4 BLUESIDE : 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) ***
ACHTERGRONDINFORMATIE ** BACKGROUND
MARK HARRISON THE PANORAMIC VIEW
“Following on from 2016’s well-received Turpentine, The Panoramic View is British singer/guitarist/songwriter Mark Harrison’s sixth album and probably his best yet. In a collection of 15 original songs, played on a variety of acoustic instruments, recorded with crystalline clarity by Tim Bazell of Heart of Gold Studios in London, Harrison cheerfully mixes folk, blues and gospel to create an album that is uplifting, thought-provoking, entertaining and distinctly different.
In addition to singing in his unaffected yet curiously affecting voice, Harrison fingerpicks National and 12-string guitars masterfully in a Piedmont style, adroitly picking up a slide on “Ain’t No Justice”. Each song has a different line-up of musicians, from the solo ragtime instrumental “Pool Meadow Strut” (which is not, apparently, named after some rural paradise but the main bus station in the English city of Coventry) to a full band line-up. Harrison’s regular band of Charles Benfield (double bass) and Ben Welburn (drums and percussion) are joined at different time by Paddy Milner (piano), Ed Hopwood (harmonica) and Paul Tkachenko (trombone, trumpet, mandolin and even tuba on “Mess Is Everywhere”) […] . Source: All Rights Reserved: http://www.bluesblastmagazine.com/mark-harrison-the-panoramic-view-album-review/