Long-playtime * Langspeeltijd: Monday 4, Wednesday 06 Feb. : Love Sculpture, The Everly Brothers, Johnny Cash, The John Dummer Blues Band, Adam Faith with The Roulettes [Ed’s Show, 2019-05)
NEW SHOW: Love Sculpture, The Everly Brothers 1965-1966, The John Dummer Blues Band, Johnny Cash, Adam Faith with The Roulettes + Jeff Beck Group, Humble Pie *** REPEATED: Los Bravos, The Love Affair, Little Richard Is Back, Wayne Fontana, B.B. King, Billie Lee Riley *** Monday 04 Feb., 12:00-24:00 hrs CET Brussels + repeated Wednesday 06 Feb., 12:00 till 24:00 hrs CET Brussels *** [2019-05, no. 70)] ***
*** RADIO 68: ALL THE SOUNDS AND ALL THE VOICES OF THE SIXTIES ***
|Monday & Wednesday CET Brussels||Mon.||Wed.|
|Long-playtime new show: Love Sculpture, Everly Bros., Johnny Cash||12:00
|Long-playtime repeated: show: Los Bravos, Love Affair, Wayne Fontana||14:00
|End of show||24:00 hrs||20:00 hrs|
NEW SHOW Sundays 12:00, 16:00 & 20:00 hrs ; Wednesdays 12:00 & 1600 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)
REPEATED SHOW Sundays 14:00, 18:00 & 22:00 hrs ; Wednesdays 14:00 & 1800 hrs (Brussels CET)
SPECIAL : LOS BRAVOS & THE LOVE AFFAIR
LOS BRAVOS Black Is Black, LP, 1966, A-side.
LITTLE RICHARD Little Richard Is Back, 1964, LP, choice tracks.
LOS BRAVOS Black Is Black, LP, 1966, B-side.
THE LOVE AFFAIR The Everlasting Love Affair, LP, 1968: choice tracks.
WAYNE FONTANA Wayne One, LP, 1966, choice tracks.
THE LOVE AFFAIR The Everlasting Love Affair, LP, 1968, choice tracks.
BILLIE LEE RILEY In Action!, LP, US, 1966, choice tracks.
B.B. KING Live At The Regal, 1965: choice tracks.
LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING Wayne Fontana: Storybook Children.
HOMAGE TO CATALUNYA Llibertat Presos Politics.
FREE SPEECH & POEZIE Frederik De Preester leest Eric De Preester : Vrede + Mexico 1968: the Tlatelolco Massacre + Mexico 1968: Black Power at the Olympics + Simon & Garfunkel: 7 O’Clock Newssilent Night.
HIGHLIGHT ** IN DE KIJKER
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
THE LOVE AFFAIR: EVERLASTING LOVE AFFAIR
“Their debut album “Everlasting Love Affair” was released in December (1968) to cash in on the success of “A Day Without Love”, but it wasn’t promoted and failed to chart. It was a solid enough collection, however. Ellis: “I truly don’t know what happened. There was no big album campaign, and just hardcore supporters bought it. Shame, as in retrospect the live studio tracks like ‘Hush’ captured what we were about without the orchestra. Love Affair were a kicking band, but we were labelled ‘teeny-bop idols’, and it just stopped people taking us a bit more seriously. Very disheartening for me and the band at the time.” Still, the band were undoubtedly at the top of their career, as you couldn’t open a music magazine without finding one or more stories about the band inside. The “Everlasting Love Affair” album included the first three CBS singles plus accomplished and memorable versions of “Hush” (Deep Purple), “The First Cut Is The Deepest” (Cat Stevens/P.P. Arnold), “Tobacco Road” (the Nashville Teens), Mike D’Abo’s “Handbags And Gladrags” and a slow, rocked-up take on the Hayes/Porter soul favourite, “60 Minutes (Of Your Love)”. (…)Source / All Rights Reserved: http://www.mottarchive.com/la/lovebio.html
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