My Generation 60s Show *** Yellow Hand, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Ashes, After All, Synanthesia, The Bintangs, Ekseption, B.B. King *** Sunday 11 & Tuesday 13 December 2022 *** [Ed’s Show, 2022-42]
NEW: *** Yellow Hand, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Ashes, After All, Synanthesia, The Bintangs, Ekseption, B.B. King *** REPEATED *** Exclusive interview with Jim McCarty pt. 2 [Renaissance, Illusion, Stairway], Belgian Vaults [Paul’s Collection, The Klan, The Swallows], Steve Winwood, Watts Prophets, The Fugs*** Ed’s Show, 2022-42 *** Sunday 11 December 2022, 12:00 > Monday 04:00 CET & Tuesday 13 December 2022 12:00 > 24:00 hrs CET *** *** RADIO 68: all the revolutionary sounds and voices that shaped the sixties **
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12.00 Peanut Butter, Bintangs,Ekseption
14.00 Belgian Vaults, Jim McCarty Exclusive
16.00 Peanut Butter, Bintangs,Ekseption
18.00 Belgian Vaults, Jim McCarty Exclusive
20.00 Peanut Butter, Bintangs,Ekseption
22.00 Belgian Vaults, Jim McCarty Exclusive
24.00 [ENDS HERE ON TUESDAY]
24.00 Peanut Butter, Bintangs,Ekseption
02.00 Belgian Vaults, Jim McCarty Exclusive
04.00 [ENDS HERE ON MONDAY MORNING]
01 MY GENERATION (new show: 12:00, 16:00, 20:00 and 02:00 hrs CET)
SPECIAL: THE PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY
RARE, FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED
YELLOW HAND: Yellow Hand, LP, US, 1969 [Down to the Wire, Sell Out, Home]
SPECIAL: THE PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY
ASHES (pre- Peanut Butter Conspiracy): Single, Vault, 1966 [Is There Anything I Can Do / Every Little Prayer].
THE PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY: Time Is After You (first release), Happening Thing (first release for Columbia), Why Did I Get So High, Peter Pan.
AFTER ALL After All, LP, 1969, US [Intangible She, Let It Fly].
SYNANTHESIA Synanthesia, UK, 1969 [Morpheus, Aurora].
AND ALSO Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich (She Was A Raver) + LOVE & PEACE Yellow Hand: Freedom Express
02 MY GENERATION BLUESIDE(new show: 1300, 1700, 2100 and 0100 hrs CET)
SPECIAL The Bintangs, Ekseption
ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS
B.B. KING Watch Yourself [Lucille, LP, 1968].
BINTANGS Ridin’ on the L&N, first 2 singles on Muziek Ekspres.
EKSEPTION First single 1967: Talk About Tomorrow c/w Mojo Ann.
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME
JOHNNY ‘Hammond’ SMITH Soul Talk [Soul Talk, 1969].
CHRISTOPHER What’Cha Gonna Do, demo LP 1969, cd 1999 [title track].
LOVE & PEACE TEE-SET Early in the Morning + LOVE SCULPTURE: Blues Helping
03 MY GENERATION (repeated show 14:00, 18:00, 22:00, 02:00 hrs CET)
SPECIAL: BELGIAN VAULTS vol. 5 : PATRICK, NEW INSPIRATION, THE R&Rs, PAUL’s COLLECTION, THE KLAN, THE SWALLOWS, MOZAIQUE _ Many thanks to Starman Records www.starmanrecords.com ** LONGPLAYING: WATTS PROPHETS: ON THE STREET IN WATTS (1967) + THE FUGS second album ** THREESOME: STEVIE WINWOOD with BLIND FAITH, TRAFFIC, THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP ** AND ALSO: ADAM FAITH, REPARATA & THE DELRONS, RANDY NEWMAN, DANTALION’s CHARIOT, THE GLASS PRISM, SAM THE SHAM & PHARAOHS.
04 MY GENERATION (repeated show: 15:00, 17:00, 23:00 & 03:00 hrs CET)
SPECIAL JIM McCARTY exclusive Radio 68 interview pt. 2 about Renaissance, Illusion, Stairway) with music by Jim McCarty Band, Renaissance, Illusion, Jim McCarty solo & Stairway (with Louis Cennamo) ** LONGPLAYING GOLDEN DAWN, STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK, MAD RIVER ** AND Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, Unit 4+2
BACKGROUND + MEER INFORMATIE
JIM McCARTY about KEITH RELF
Radio 68 exclusive interview with Jim Mcarty (Yardbirds, Renaissance , Illusion, etc.) about Keith Relf’s solo recordings: the two singles released in 1966 and rereleased on the remastered 2cd “Roger the Engineer” and home recording to be found as bonus tracks on “Renaissance. Live at the Fillmore West 1970”.
Angel Air Records recently issued a new album by Renaissance, the band formed by Keith Relf and Jim McCarty when The Yardbirds had broken up. “Live At the Fillmore West 1970” is taken from a live tape sent to Jim McCarty and features exactly four tracks, three of which can also be found on the first Renaissance album. The odd one out is titled ‘No Name Raga’ and hasn’t appeared anywhere till now. To me, the added value of this release lies in the four bonus tracks: one unreleased recording by the band at the Island studios and three recorded at Keith Relf’s house – equally unreleased. Whereas ‘Statues’ is a fully finished track, the home recording are just that: Keith and his sister Jane trying out songs as the tape is running. Still, they give a valuable insight into the sort of sound Relf was into apart from The Yardbirds and even apart from Renaissance / illusion.
Sincere thanks to www.angelair.co.uk and Jim Mc Carty
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