Rock On! Holland Pop Festival 1970 aka The Dutch Woodstock aka Kralingen: a 4-hour special featuring Dutch bands only *** Robert Jan Stips exclusief, Dream, Bismarck, Supersister, Ekseption, Oscar Benton Blues Band, Focus, CCC Inc [Ed’s Show 2020-003].

ROCK ON! Holland Pop Festival 1970 aka The Dutch Woodstock aka Kralingen: a 4-hour special featuring Dutch bands only *** Robert Jan Stips exclusief gesprek en nieuw nummer, Dream, Bismarck, Supersister, Ekseption, Oscar Benton Blues Band, Focus, CCC Inc *** Wednesday 24 June, 12 noon till 12 midnight CEST Brussels ***  [Rock On Ed 003]*** 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.

The playlists

 

  • 12.00
    PART ONE: Robert Jan Stips exclusief interview, incl. new song ‘The Festival (Was On)’ & Supersister & The Byrds  ***  CCC Inc.: ‘To Our Grandchildren’, LP,  1970, choice tracks ***  The Dream: singles *** The Oscar Benton Blues Band: The Blues Is Gonne Wreck My Life, LP, 1969, choice tracks *** Focus:  their first three singles.
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Rock On! First Utterance – Wednesday, 17 june 2020

Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds spanning the late 60s and the early 70s – Wednesday June 17th, 12:00 noon CET Brussels – 11 a.m. GMT London. Repeated: 16:00 & 20:00 hrs CET Brussels, 3 p.m. & 7 p.m. GMT London. Ends: 12 midnight CET Brussels, 11 p.m. GMT London.

Dan’s pick of the week: Comus (First Utterance), Jan Dukes de Grey (Mice and Rats in the Loft), Synanthesia (Synanthesia), The Sun Also Rises (The Sun Also Rises) & Principal Edwards Magic Theatre (Soundtrack).

Ian Maxton van Spectrum Culture: “After First Utterance, Comus disbanded. They reformed in a different configuration a few years later to make the interesting, but less revelatory, follow-up To Keep From Crying and then kept quiet for four decades.… Read more...

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Rock On! with Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams *** Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds  spanning the late sixties and the early seventies *** Wednesday 10 June *** [Ed’s Show, 2020-02]

ROCK ON!  *** Vinegar Joe [Rock’n’Roll Gypsies], Mountain [Flowers Of Evil], Zoot Money [Transition], Eire Apparent [Sun Rise], Bread Love & Dreams  [Amaryllis] *** Repeated: John Lennon [Some Time in New York City],  Status Quo [Piledriver], Armand [Rue de la Paix], Maggie Bell [Queen Of The Night] *** 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.

 

  • 1200  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 14.00  John Lennon,  Status Quo, Armand, Maggie Bell
  • 16.00  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 18.00  John Lennon,  Status Quo, Armand, Maggie Bell
  • 20.00  Vinegar Joe, Mountain, Zoot Money, Eire Apparent, Bread Love & Dreams
  • 22.00 John Lennon,  Status Quo, Armand, Maggie Bell
  • 24.00  Show Ends Here 

The playlists

NEW SHOW
VINEGAR JOE, feat.… Read more...

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Rock On! Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more – Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Wednesday June 3rd, 12:00 noon CET Brussels – 11 a.m. GMT London. Repeated: 16:00 & 20:00 hrs CET Brussels, 3 p.m. & 7 p.m. GMT London
Ends: 12 midnight CET Brussels, 11 p.m. GMT London.

Dan’s pick of the week: Black Widow (Sacrifice), Uriah Heep (The Magician’s Birthday), Cressida (Asylum), Pesky Gee (Exclamation Mark), Vanilla Fudge (Renaissance) & Captain Beyond (Captain Beyond).

Thompson D. Gerhart – Sputnik Music: “No, Kip, they haven’t. And that’s the problem. Okay, so maybe it hasn’t been centuries, but, really, it’s a greater sin of the modern age of music that more people haven’t heard of Black Widow. Maybe it’s understandable that they never came to a fever pitch in their heyday – only a fraction of the public were buying the occult goods Black Widow were selling on Sacrifice back in 1970.… Read more...

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ROCK ON! Spanning the late 60s and the early 70s with Rod Stewart, Maggie Bell, Sitting Bull, John Lennon, Status Quo, Armand, Strawbs *** Wednesday 27 May [Ed’s Show, 2020-01]

ROCK ON! All the innovating sounds spanning the late sixties and the early seventies ***

Time Zones
CET Brussels from 12:00 till 24:00 hrs * GMT London from 11 a.m. till 11 p.m.

Showtime 4 hour-show

  • 11 a.m. GMT London / 12:00 hrs  CET Brussels
  • 03 p.m. GMT London / 16:00 hrs CET Brussels
  • 07 p.m. GMT London / 20:00 hrs CET Brussels 
  • Ends 11 p.m.  GMT London / 24: 00 hrs CET Brussels. 

The playlist

THE ALBUMS
1 Rod STEWART – Never A Dull Moment, LP, 1972, side 1. feat. Martin Quittenton, Ron Wood, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane, Micky Waller.
2 STRAWBS Bursting At The Seams, LP, 1973, side 2.
3 Rod STEWART – Never A Dull Moment, 1972, side 2.
4 JOHN LENNON Some Time in New York City, 2LP, 1972, disc 1, side 1.… Read more...

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NEW SHOW **** ROCK ON! *** Psychedelic, heavy, prog and more innovating sounds  spanning the late sixties and the early seventies *** Wednesday 20 MAY

ROCK ON!
Wednesday 20 May, 12:00 noon CET Brussels / 11 a.m. GMT London
Repeated: 16:00 & 20:00 hrs CET Brussels, 3 p.m. & 7 p.m. GMT London
Ends: 12 midnight CET Brussels, 11 p.m.  GMT London.
Dan’s pick of the week: Procol Harum: Broken Barricades * The Moody Blues: On The Treshold Of A Dream * The Red Crayola: God Bless The Red Crayola * Bubble Puppy: A Gathering Of Promises * Robin Trower: Twice Removed From Yesterday * Fields: Fields

The sixties didn’t end on 31 December 1968, quite on the contrary: the last few years of the 60s saw the emergence of sounds that faded into the seventies, setting new patterns for the years to come.
The music became heavier, more complex and experimental – drawing on unexpected sources such as avant-garde and classical.… Read more...

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