Langspeeltijd * Long-playtime of Monday 11 & Wednesday 13 Feb.: Back to 1969 with Cuby + The Blizzards, Jeff Beck Group, Blood Sweat and Tears, Tim Rose, The Beach Boys [Ed’s Show, 2019-06]

NEW SHOW: Cuby + The Blizzards, Jeff Beck Group, Blood Sweat and Tears, Tim Rose, The Beach Boys *** REPEATED:  Love Sculpture, The Everly Brothers 1965-1966, The John Dummer Blues Band, Johnny Cash, Adam Faith with The Roulettes + Jeff Beck Group, Humble Pie*** Monday 11 Feb., 12:00-24:00 hrs CET Brussels + repeated Wednesday 13 Feb., 12:00 till 24:00 hrs CET Brussels *** [2019-06, no. 71)] ***

*** RADIO 68: ALL THE SOUNDS AND ALL THE VOICES OF THE SIXTIES ***

 

 

SHOWTIME

 Monday & Wednesday CET Brussels Mon.    Wed.
Long-playtime new show:  Back to 1969 with Cuby + The Blizzards, Jeff Beck, Blood Sweat and Tears, Tim Rose, The Beach Boys 12:00
16:00
20:00 
12:00
16:00 
Long-playtime repeated: show:  Love Sculpture, Everly Bros., Johnny Cash 14:00
18:00
22:00 
14:00
18:00 
End of show 24:00  20:00 

NEW SHOW Sundays 12:00, 16:00 & 20:00 hrs ; Wednesdays 12:00 & 1600 hrs (Brussels CET) SPECIAL BACK TO 1969 with Jeff Beck, Cuby + The Blizzards

LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING: THE CHAMBERS BROTHERS.
HOMAGE TO CATALUNYA PAU RIBA.
BACK TO 1969 with:
CUBY & THE BLIZZARDS Appleknocker’s Flophouse, 1969, entire A-side.
JEFF BECK GROUP Beck-Ola, 1969, entire A-side.
CUBY & THE BLIZZARDS Appleknocker’s Flophouse, 1969, entire B-side.
JEFF BECK GROUP Beck-Ola, 1969, entire B-side.
BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Blood, Sweat & Tears, 1969, choice tracks.
TIM ROSE Through Rose Coloured Glasses, 1969, choice tracks.
THE BEACH BOYS 20/20, 1969, choice tracks.
FREE SPEECH:  Carnaby Street , The Mini-skirt, Dollie Birds + Jim Hightower on Poverty and War.

 

REPEATED SHOW Sundays 14:00, 18:00 & 22:00 hrs ; Wednesdays 14:00 & 1800 hrs (Brussels CET) 
SPECIAL
:LOVE SCULPTURE & THE EVERLY BROS.
LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING JEFF BECK GROUP: Let Me Love You (Truth, 1968).
LOVE SCULPTURE: Forms and Feelings, 1969: choice tracks, incl. the 11:30 minute version of ‘Sabre Dance’
THE EVERLY BROTHERS 1965 & 1966. Rock’n’Soul (1965), Beat and Soul (1965) Gone, Gone, Gone (1965), In Our Image (1966): choice tracks.
THE JOHN DUMMER BLUES BAND feat. Dave Kelly, T.S. McPhee, John O’Leary (hnca) and guest vocal by Jo-Ann Kelly: Cabal,  1969, entire B-side.
JOHNNY CASH At Folsom Prison, 1968, choice tracks.
ADAM FAITH with THE ROULETTES and Chris ANDREWS, live in the studio: Faith Alive, 1965, choice tracks .
WORD & FREE SPEECH & POETRY Dimitri Van Toren  * Ho Chi Minh * Humble Pie: Alabama ’69 (As Safe As Yesterday Is, 1969)

HIGHLIGHT ** IN DE KIJKER

Cuby + Blizzards (1966–1974)
Cuby + Blizzards (C+B) was founded by Eelco Gelling and  Harry Muskee in 1964. Their first single was released in 1965 followed by a string of albums starting in 1966. During his time with Cuby + Blizzards the band became famous in Holland, Germany and the UK. They played, recorded and toured with Eddie Boyd, Van Marrison and Alexis Korner.In 966 they toured with  John Mayall and when Mayall came over to the Netherlands to stay for a couple of days, he asked Gelling to join theBluesbreakers. Gelling did not agree and stayed with Cuby + Blizzards. The 1969 album Appleknocker’s Flophouse is considered one of the greatest Dutch Blues albums. The guitarwork rivals that many great players The band recorded their last album in 1974, named Het Afscheidsconcert (The Farewell Concert). (…)
Source / All Rights Reserved: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eelco_Gelling

LOVE SCULPTURE Forms and Feelings, 1969
“Love Sculpture made an amazing leap forward in a relatively short space of time from their album of raw blues and soul covers (Blues Helping) to the much more advanced psychedelic pop and quasi classical structures of Forms and Feelings. It starts with two memorable singles “In The Land of the Few”, complete with Byrds like jangly guitars and an early expression of environmental concerns in their take of Paul Korda’s “Seagul”, a sensitive, somewhat dramatic ballad as it turns out.
The creative leap forward taken by the band is also demonstrated on the remarkable version of “Nobody Talking” (written by Finesilver and Ker famous for their composition “Fire” for the Crazy World of Arthur Brown) with some blistering guitar breaks seguing into a 7:43 tour de force entitled “Why (How-Now)”, also by Finesilver and Ker but to my ears a remake of George Harrison’s It’s All Too Much. Just when you think you’re moving forward it’s back in time to a cheeky Edmunds arrangement of Bizet’s “Farandole”- “sacre blue” to some but a kind of Cossack dance that might make you dance around the living room with your Dyson to others!” […]
Source / All Rights reserved:  http://rockasteria.blogspot.com/2011/05/love-sculpture-forms-and-feelings-1969.html

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