ROCK ON! Bridging the 60s and the 70s with Medicine Head 50th Anniversary, The Rolling Stones, Mungo Jerry, Stone the Crows, Mott the Hoople, The Who *** Wednesday 04 November 2020 ¨*** [Ed’s Show, 2020-12]

ROCK ON! The Rolling Stones [Exile On Main St.], Mungo Jerry, Stone The Crows [Montreux], Medicine Head [50th Anniversary], Mott the Hoople [Mott], The Who, Cockney Rebel *** Repeated: Vinegar Joe [Rock’n’Roll Gypsies], Mountain [Flowers Of Evil], Zoot Money [Transition], Eire Apparent [Sun Rise], Bread Love & Dreams  [Amaryllis] *** Wednesday  04 November, 12:00 > 24:00 hrs CET *** (2020-12) ***

Radio 68: All the innovating sounds spanning the late sixties and the early seventies *** 

 

 

Showtime CET Brussels 12 noon > 12 midnight  *** GMT London 11 a.m. > 11 p.m.

 

  • 1200  Stones, Mungo Jerry, Stone the Crows, Medicine Head, Mott, Who, Cockney Rebel
  • 14.00  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 16.00  Stones, Mungo Jerry, Stone the Crows, Medicine Head, Mott, Who, Cockney Rebel
  • 18.00  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 20.00  Stones, Mungo Jerry, Stone the Crows, Medicine Head, Mott, Who, Cockney Rebel
  • 22.00  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 24.00  Show Ends Here 

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Rock On! Wednesday, 28 October Sea Shanties (High Tide, Irish Coffee, Uriel, Pink Fairies, Black Widow)

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday October 28th. Dan’s pick of the week: High Tide (Sea Shanties), Irish Coffee (Irish Coffee, Uriel (Arzachel), Pink Fairies (Never Neverland) & Black Widow (Black Widow).

Prog Archives review:”When I first listened to this album I couldn’t believe it was from 1969; it is way ahead of the time. Definitely the heaviest album of that aera. Its trademark is the constant battling between electric guitar and electric violin.
The album starts right away with a heavy electric guitar riff out of one of the boxes, a pumping bass and drums enter, the guitar riff is answered with heavy electric violin out of the other box, and then “Futilist’s Lament” is on the way.… Read more...

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ROCK ON! Bridging the 60s and the 70s: Mountain, Zoot Money, Vinegar Joe, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams *** Wednesday 21 October 2020 *** [Ed’s Show 2020-11]

ROCK ON!  *** Vinegar Joe [Rock’n’Roll Gypsies], Mountain [Flowers Of Evil], Zoot Money [Transition], Eire Apparent [Sun Rise], Bread Love & Dreams  [Amaryllis] *** Repeated: The Beatles’ Psychedelic Songbook [Yes, Atlantic Bridge, Camel, Grand Union, etc.], Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose (DK), T.Rex, Nazareth*** Wednesday 21 October, 12:00 > 24:00 hrs CET *** (2020-11 = 2020-02) ***

Radio 68: All the innovating sounds spanning the late sixties and the early seventies *** 

 

 

Showtime CET Brussels 12 noon > 12 midnight  *** GMT London 11 a.m. > 11 p.m.

 

  • 1200  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 14.00  Beatles Psychedelic Songbook, Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose (DK), T.Rex, Nazareth
  • 16.00  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 18.00  Beatles Psychedelic Songbook, Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose (DK), T.Rex,
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Rock On! Wednesday, 14 October – Focus III (Focus, Blossom Toes, Triumvirat, Tomorrow, Earth & Fire)

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday Ocotober 14th. Dan’s pick of the week: Focus (Focus III), Blossom Toes (If Only For A Moment), Triumvirat (Mediterranean Tales), Tomorrow (Tomorrow) & Earth & Fire (Song Of The Marching Children).

Sputnik Music review: “Focus are a great band, sadly unknown to many, they rocked hard when they were alive. The reason they rocked hard is because they were dutch, and they knew how to play their instruments, hard. Musicianship is perhaps the albums biggest focus, but it’s progressive rock so thats to be expected and respected, you dig? Akkerman is a master of his axe, a swordsman he be not. After releasing the excellent Moving Waves record Focus were on a mission to make the best record ever, and they succeed with flying colours.… Read more...

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ROCK ON! Bridging the sixties and the seventies with The Beatles’ Psychedelic Songbook, Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose (DK), T.Rex, Nazareth *** Wednesday 07 October 2020 *** [Ed’s show, 2020-10]

ROCK ON! Bridging the 60s and the 70s with The Beatles’ Psychedelic Songbook [Yes, Atlantic Bridge, Camel, Grand Union, etc.], Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose (DK), T.Rex, Nazareth*** REPEATED: Slade, Ron Wood, East Of Eden, Kaz Lux, Randy Newman *** Wednesday 07 October 2020, 12 noon till 12 midnight CET Brussels *** [Rock On! Ed 2020-10]***

 

ROCK ON!  Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late sixties and the early seventies ***

 

 

 

Showtime CEST Brussels 12 noon > 12 midnight *** GMT London 11 a.m. > 11 p.m.

  • 12.00 Beatles’ Psychedelic Songbook, Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose, T.Rex, Nazareth
  • 14.00 Ron Wood, East Of Eden, Kaz Lux, Randy Newman
  • 16.00 Beatles’ Psychedelic Songbook, Barclay James Harvest, The Savage Rose, T.Rex,
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Rock On! Wednesday, 30 September – Ege Bamyasi (Can, Faust, Klaus Schulze, Cluster & Ash Ra Tempel)

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday September 30th. Dan’s pick of the week: Can (Ege Bamyasi), Faust (So Far), Klaus Schulze (Ptooff!), Träd Gräs Och Stenar (Djungelns Lag), Cluster (Cluster 71) & Ash Ra Tempel (Ash Ra Tempel).

Soulstrut.com review: “Ege Bamyasi is the follow up to their critically acclaimed LP Tago Mago.  Both of these albums are blessed with a signature stripped down sound anchored by the poly-rhythmic brilliance of drummer Jaki Liebezeit and the erratic, experimental vocals of Damo Suzuki. 1972’s Ege Bamyasi is an intense collection of rhythmic drones and progressive rock and electronic experimentation that later left a huge impression on 90s indie rock pioneers Sonic Youth and Pavement.… Read more...

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