ROCK ON! radio show bridging the 60s and the 70s: Beck Bogert Appice, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Warm Dust, Kevin Ayers, Cat Stevens, Angela Davis *** Wednesday 05 August 2020 *** [Ed’s Show, 2020-06]

ROCK ON! *** NEW SHOW: Beck Bogert Appice, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Warm Dust, Kevin Ayers, Cat Stevens, Angela Davis, Jim Croce, The Deviants, Steel Mill feat. Bruce Springsteen and Steve Van Zandt *** Repeated: Faces, Young Flowers (DK), Kandahar (BE), Assagai (SA/NI), Toe Fat feat. Cliff Bennett + Leonard Cohen *** Wednesday 05 August, 12 noon till 12 midnight CEST Brussels ***  [Rock On! Ed 006]***

 

ROCK ON! All the 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 Beck Bogert Appice, Alex Harvey, Warm Dust, Kevin Ayers, Cat Stevens
  • 14.00 Faces, Young Flowers (DK), Kandahar (BE), Assagai (SA/NI), Toe Fat feat.
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Rock On! Wednesday, 28 july – Trespass (Genesis, Manfred Mann’s EB, Strawbs, Van Der Graaf Generator)

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday July 28th. Dan’s pick of the week: Genesis (Trespass), Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (Solar Fire), Strawbs (Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios), Todd Rundgren (Runt, The Ballad Of Todd Rundgren) & Van Der Graaf Generator (H To He Who Am The Only One).

Prog Archives review: “Trespass: The most overlooked Genesis album from the 70s Gabriel era, and it’s still one of my favorites. No Collins, no Hacket. But it doesn’t mean anything since it’s a masterpiece. Looking for Someone is the first track, and what a brilliant opening track! Peter’s voice is full filled with feeling and the song structure defines the progressive music in itself: the difference between frames following a story, the theatrical lyrics and presence of the band, and the instrumental beauty.… Read more...

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ROCK ON! bridging the sixties and the seventies with Faces, Young Flowers (DK), Kandahar (BE), Assagai (SA/NI), Toe Fat feat. Cliff Bennett *** Wednesday 22 July 2020 *** [Ed’s Show, 2020-005]

ROCK ON! *** NEW SHOW: Faces, Young Flowers (DK), Kandahar (BE), Assagai (SA/NI), Toe Fat feat. Cliff Bennett + Leonard Cohen *** Repeated: Studio recordings by Kralingen 1970 aka Holland Pop Festival acts Canned Heat, Quintessence, It’s A Beautiful Day, The Flock, Fotheringay, Tyrannosaurus Rex *** Wednesday 22 July, 12 noon till 12 midnight CEST Brussels ***  [Rock On! Ed 005]***

 

ROCK ON! All the 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
    PART ONE: Faces, Young Flowers (DK), Kandahar (BE), Assagai (SA/NI), Toe Fat feat. Cliff Bennett 
  • 14.00
    PART TWO
    : Studio recordings by Kralingen 1970 (Dutch Pop Festival) acts
  • 16.00 
    PART ONE: Faces, Young Flowers (DK), Kandahar (BE), Assagai (SA/NI), Toe Fat feat.
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Rock On! Wednesday, 15 july – The Man Who Sold The World (Bowie, Mott The Hoople, The Move)

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday July 15th. Dan’s pick of the week: David Bowie (The Man Who Sold The World), Robert Wyatt (The End Of An Ear), Mott The Hoople (All The Young Dudes), The Move (‘Shazam’ and Something Else), John Cale (Paris 1919) & T. Rex (T. Rex).

The Man Who Sold The World is de derde langspeler van David Bowie is. De plaat heeft een ruiger kantje maar is tevens op veel vlakken vernieuwend. Brendan Schroer van Sputnik Music: “The Man Who Sold the World begins with a bit of a doozy: an 8-minute mammoth of a hard rock song, one with several progressive twists and turns and a wealth of churning proto-metal riffs.… Read more...

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ROCK ON! Kralingen 1970 Live On Stage: Quintessence, Canned Heat, Jefferson Airplane, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dr. John, Pink Floyd, Soft Machine, It’s A Beautiful Day, and Many More + LP tracks *** Wednesday 08 July 2020 [Ed’s Show, 2020-04]

ROCK ON! Kralingen 1970 aka The Dutch Woodstock aka Kralingen: a 4-hour special *** NEW SHOW: Live On Stage with Quintessence, Canned Heat, Jefferson Airplane, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dr. John, It’s A Beautiful Day, The Byrds, Soft Machine, Pink Floyd *** Repeated: Holland Pop Festival 1970: Robert Jan Stips exclusief gesprek en nieuw nummer, Dream, Supersister, Oscar Benton Blues Band, Focus, CCC Inc *** Wednesday 08 July, 12 noon till 12 midnight CEST Brussels ***  [Rock On! Ed 004]***

Radio 68: All the 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
    PART ONE: Live On Stage
  • 14.00  
    PART TWO
    : The Dutch Groups
  • 16.00 
    PART ONE: Live On Stage
  • 18.00
    PART TWO
    : The Dutch Groups
  • 20.00
    PART ONE: Live On Stage
  • 22.00
    PART TWO: The Dutch Groups
  • 24.00  Show Ends Here 

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  • PART ONE: Live On Stage: the entire ‘Kralingen’ cd with Quintessence, Canned Heat, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Country Joe McDonald, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Al Stewart, Family, Dr.
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Rock On! Moondog – Wednesday, 1 july 2020

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday June 17th. Dan’s pick of the week: Moondog (Moondog), Moving Gelatine Plates (Moving Gelatine Plates), Samla Mammas Manna (Samla Mammas Manna), Henry Cow (Leg End) & Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band (Trout Mask Replica).

Sputnikmusic review “For 30 years, many simply considered Louis Thomas Hardin, Jr. to be one of the more eccentric vagrants that line Manhattan’s walkways. Few New Yorkers knew that when they flipped their spare change to the spear-toting, horn-capped, wispy-bearded “Viking of Sixth Avenue” they were giving to a man who had transcended insurmountable conditions, acquired blindness and homelessness, to become one of the 20th century’s most gifted and under-recognized musicians.

By 1969, the Kansas-born composer, who wandered into New York City and adopted the moniker “Moondog” in the late 1940s, had almost a half-dozen recordings to his name.… Read more...

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