My Generation *** 60s Radio Show *** The British Invasion All Stars feat. Don Craine [29 Mch 1945 – 26 Feb 2022], The Shakes & More from the Belgian Vaults, Wayne Fontana, Gandalf, Pearls Before Swine *** Sunday 06 & Tuesday 08 March 2022 *** [Ed’s Show, 2022-08]

NEW SHOW: The British Invasion All Stars feat. Don Craine [29 Mch 1945 – 26 Feb 2022], The Shakes & More from the Belgian Vaults, Wayne Fontana, Gandalf, Pearls Before Swine *** REPEATED Fat Water, Johnny Hallyday with  Small Faces and Peter Frampton, The Herd, Roy Harper, Harvey Mandel, Barry Goldberg ***  Sunday 06 March 2022 & Tuesday 08 March 2022, 12:00 noon till 24:00 *** Time: CET Brussels ***  Ed’s Show, 2022-08 (2018-39+41) ***

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Showtime CETime Brussels

  • 12.00  British Invasion All Stars, The Shakes
  • 14.00  Fat Water, Johnny Hallyday-Small Faces-Herd
  • 16.00 British Invasion All Stars, The Shakes
  • 18.00 Fat Water, Johnny Hallyday-Small Faces-Herd
  • 20.00 British Invasion All Stars, The Shakes
  • 22.00 Fat Water, Johnny Hallyday-Small Faces-Herd
  • 24.00  [ENDS HERE ON TUESDAY] 
  • 24.00 British Invasion All Stars, The Shakes
  • 02.00 Fat Water, Johnny Hallyday-Small Faces-Herd
  • 04.00 [ENDS HERE ON MONDAY MORNING]  

THE PLAYLISTS

NEW SHOWS 12:00, 16:00, 20:00 & 24:00 hrs CET 

01 MY GENERATIONBRITISH INVASION ALL-STARS
STARTER
: BRIAN POOLE & TREMELOES: I Can Dance ***
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED: GANDALF: Golden Earring  THE GOLDEN EARRINGS: Please Go  JACQUELINE TAIEB: 7h du matin (1967) ***
SPECIAL:  BRITISH INVASION ALL-STARS: cd UNITED,  featEddie Phillips of The Creation, Ray Phillips of The Nashville Teens, Matthew Fisher of Procol Harum, Keith Grant and Don Craine of The Downliners Sect, Phil May and Dick Taylor of The Pretty Things, Jim McCarty of The Yardbirds ***
LONGPLAYTIME: WAYNE FONTANA (< Wayne One, 1966) + PEARLS BEFORE SWINE feat. Tom Rapp: (< One Nation Underground, 1967) + THE BLUES MAGOOS (< Psychedelic Lollipop)
WORD : THE MURDER OF MARTIN LUTHER KING:  SCAFFOLD: 10:15 Thursday Morning + CHAMPION JACK DUPREE: Death of Martin Luther King (1968) + MARTIN LUTHER KING: Excerpt of ‘Mountain Top Speech’, last speech given 03 April 1968 at the eve of his assassination

02 MY GENERATIONTHE SHAKES  & MORE from the BELGIAN VAULTS
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED: Braincancer + Les Ombres  + The Klan (from Starman Records’ “Belgian Vaults” series).
SPECIAL:  THE SHAKES choice tracks from the Starman Records LP “Shoot Me Baby!”.
LONGPLAYTIME: The Rivieras (Campus Party, 1965) + Vince Martin & Fred Neil (Tear Down The Walls, 1964) + Bert Jansch (Nicola, 1967) + The Rolling Stones (No. 2, 1965).
WORD :  Vince Martin & Fred Neil + audio on Mai 68 from “Cocktail Mol6t8v” (source: INRA).
LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING: Michel Polnareff: L’amour avec toi.
THANKS TO:  Starman Records for their “Belgian Vaults” series www.starmanrecords.com

 REPEATED SHOWS 14:00, 18:00, 22:00 & 02:00 hrs CET

03 MY GENERATION : FAT WATER
LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING: THE CHAMBERS BROTHERS: Where Have All The Flowers Gone (LP A New Time, A New Day ; 1968) ***
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED: THE YOUNGBLOODS: You Can’t Catch Me (live at San Francisco) + THE NEW INSPIRATION: Rainbow + BILLY STEWART: Secret Love ***
SPECIAL: FAT WATER: Fat Water, MGM, 1969  + related groups BLOOMFIELD, STILLS & KOOPER: Harvey’s Tune (< Super Session) + BARRY GOLDBERG & Friends feat. Mike Bloomfield & Harvey Mandel; Long Hard Journey (< Barry Goldberg & Friends, 1969) + HARVEY MANDEL: Check Me Out (< Get Off In Chicago, 1969) ***
LONGPLAYTIME:  BACK TO BASICS in 1968 with DYLAN (I Am A Lonesome Hobo <  LP John Wesley Harding) + JONI MITCHELL (Cactus Tree < LP Song To A Seagull) ***
WORD: Les mœurs et le féminisme + Charlotte Van den Broeck *** AND ALSO:  JULIEN CLERC: Hair

04 MY GENERATION : JOHNNY HALLYDAY feat. SMALL FACES & PETER FRAMPTON
LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING
: DIMITRI VAN TOREN: Gratis, belangloos,  voor niets (1967) ***
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED:  THE HERD: Miss Jones (b-side of 1969 single ‘Sunshine Cottage’) + SPOOKY TOOTH (pre-Mick Jones): Weird (b-side, 1968) + NERO & THE GLADIATORD feat. Mick Jones: That’s A Long Time Ago ***
SPECIAL  JOHNNY HALLYDAY feat.  SMALL FACES & PETER FRAMPTON: untitled album aka “Rivière”, 1969, Amen, Réclamation, Regarde pour moi + SMALL FACES; That Man  + HUMBLE PIE: Bang!,  What You Will (< Safe As Yesterday Is, 1969) ***
LONGPLAYTIME:  ROY HARPER: Exercising Some Control (< Folkjokepos, 1969) + JOHN MARTYN: London Conversation (id., 1967)  ***
WOORD : JAN DE WILDE: Communisten + SIMON VINKENOOG & BO’s ART TRIO: Salmon Rushdie Blues + JOHNNY HALLYDAY: Un dimanche de janvier *** AND ALSO:  CONSORTIUM: Cynthia’s Serenity

BACKGROUND + MEER INFORMATIE

FAT WATER
“From Chicago, a mix of psych and heavy rock, with good organ and guitars plus the powerful voice of their singer, who was probably influenced by Janis Joplin. This outfit reportedly evolved out of The One Eyed Jacks from Champaign, Illinois. The vocals are very much of the San Francisco scene of that time and bring the Airplane’s Grace Slick immediately to mind. Musically, the vocals are matched with acoustic guitars and swirling organ which gives a country rock feel that flows easily from full tilt boogie to slow blues” Quoted from / All Rights Reserved: Stephane Rebeschini, Max Waller, Nick Kontogouris, rockasteria.blogspot.com

FAT WATER is related to several other American artists and groups, notably HARVEY MANDEL

As for Fat Water members, Vicky Hubley, Don Cody, G.E. Stinson, and Peter Milio continued as session musicians backing Harvey Mandel on his version of a “Super Session” and the album “Get-Off in Chicago”. Don Cody then wound up as a well-known recording engineer in San Francisco. Vicki and Peter also were part of the “Bruised Orange” album put out by “John Prine” and were featured with “Steve Goodman” for several albums. Peter Milio moved to San Francisco and played with “Country Joe MacDonald” and “David LaFlamme” of “It’s A Beautiful Day” for a while. G.E. Stinson formed the highly influential and successful “Shadowfax”. (…) Lance Massey actually played with “Aorta” for a short period and made music with local bands “Horsefeathers” and “Duck Soup”. He retired from music as a living and became a professional Carpenter. He still plays on occasion near his home town. http://www.inagadda.com/medRes/feature.html

 

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