My Generation of Sunday 18 Dec.: The Kinks Face to Face, Derroll Adams with Roland and Wizz Jones [Ed’s Show 2016-51]

SPECIALS: The Kinks Face to Face, Derroll Adams with Roland and Wizz Jones   ** Repeated:  John’s Children (incl. Andy Ellsion solo, The Silence, T Rex), Joey Gilmore Band ** .** [Ed’s  Show, 18 Dec., 2016-51]  (John’s Children = [= 2014-43])

THE PLAYLISTS

1 MY GENERATION (NEW)
SPECIAL:  THE KINKS
“Face to Face” 2cd DeLuxe Edition, 1966 sessions + covers
Dead End Street (Alt. Version), Big Black Smoke (B-side), Dandy (single  on te continent), She’s Got Everything (released in 1968), This is where  I belong (export single, 1967), Party Line (stereo)  * THE PRETTY THINGS: House in the Country single version * THE ROCKIN’ VICKERS: Dandy * THE STANDELLS: Sunny Afternoon  **
FAMOUS BUT FORGOTTEN: THE MOODY BLUES feat. Denny Laine, THE MARBLES, LES BAROQUES  **  LONGPLAYING: THE DEVIANTS, FERRE GRIGNARD, THE ROLLING STONES, COUNTRY WEATHER, DAN HICKS & THE HOT RODS, ELEPHANT’s MEMORY, FRESH MAGGOTS *

2 BLUESIDE (NEW)
SPECIAL:   DERROLL ADAMS Feelin’ Fine,  feat. Roland Van Campenhout & Wizz Jones (1972),  Cd reissue 2017  Thanks to Ian A. Anderson and Ghosts From the Basement records + BERT JANSCH + WIZZ JONES + ROLAND (bonus track A Tune For You, LP, Starman Records) , ROLAND & El Fish  (1 El FIsh)  ** THE ORGINATORS  & INSPIRATORS:  ALBERT COLLINGS,  IKE & TINA TURNER ** KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME:  EDDIE HARDIN’s Wizzard Convention, CARL WYATT **

3 MY GENERATION (repeated)
JOHN’s CHILDREN with ANDY ELLISON, THE SILENCE, JOHN’s CHILDREN, T REX ** AND ALSO: Eddy MITCHELL, THE MOTIONS, WILLY & GIANTS.

BLUESIDE (repeated)
SPECIAL:  JOEY GILMORE BAND “RESPECT THE BLUES”:  t
hanks to Mosher St. Records, Florida. http://www.joeythebluesman.com/ **  THE ORGINATORS  & INSPIRATORS:  ARTHUR ALEXANDER,  CLARENCE ‘Gatemouth’  Brown ** KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME:  STATUS QUO, DAVID DYKER, STARLITE CAMPBELL BAND (new album “Blueberry Pie” out now **

 THE SCHEDULE * HET UITZENDROOSTER

 SHOW Brussels 12 noon till 12 midnight London 11 a.m. till 11 p.m.
  My Generation new show:  The Kinks 12:00 * 16:00 * 20:00 hrs 11 a.m., 3 p.m., 7 p.m.
 Blueside new show: Derroll Adams 13:00  * 17:00  * 21:00 hrs 12 noon, 4 p.m.,  8 p.m.
My Generation repeated show:  John’s Children 14:00  * 18:00  * 22:00 hrs 1 p.m., 5 p.m., 9 p.m.
Blueside repeated show: Joey Gilmore Band 15:00  * 19:00  * 23:00 hrs 2 p.m., 6 p.m., 10 p.m.
Ends 24:00 hrs Ends 11 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACHTERGRONDINFORMATIE ** BACKGROUND

BACKGROUND

DERROLL ADAMS:

“The Derroll Adams story begins with growing up in the back seats of cars in 1930s America, listening to early country and old-time music on the radio. The 1950s found him on the West coast where he wrote his celebrated song Portland Town and his life intersected with Pete Seeger, Odetta, Guy Carawan, Woody Guthrie, Will Geer, James Dean, Lord Buckley and eventually Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, with whom he came to Europe in 1957, never to go back.
He became a folk hero in Britain and Europe in the 1960s, appearing in the Bob Dylan Don’t Look Back film and with fans of his zen banjo playing and singing including Donovan, Bert Jansch, Wizz Jones, Billy Connolly, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane, Long John Baldry and many more. In 1972 he recorded his best album, Feelin’ Fine, for cult English label Village Thing.

Here it is on CD for the first time, in a triple-fold digipak, expanded with six tracks from another mid ’70s release and with guest musicians including Wizz Jones, Tucker Zimmerman, Roland Van Campenhout and Maggie Holland” (source: pr-sheet).
Contact:  Ian Anderson, Ghosts From The Basement records, ghostsfromthebasement.bandcamp.com, E: unmanage@mac.com

THE KINKS: FACE TO FACE

Face to Face” is an album by The Kinks released in 1966. The 2cd DeLuxe edition contains both mono and stereo versions,  plus tracks that were not selected for the LP, b-sides of singles taken from the album  and alternate takes.

“London was swinging in 1966. The papers said so. England won the World Cup at Wembley. Records by The Stones, The Beatles, and The Who were defining the epoch. The working man had fresh voice in a newly elected Labour government. Yet, Britain was a nation segregated by class and monetary divisions; a country of have’s and have not’s. Documenting the lives of the country’s dominant working classes were a minority of artists. Ken Loach’s ‘Cathy Come Home’ exposed a bleak reality of homelessness and poverty. Televised in the winter, the documentary’s influence could easily have come from The Kinks’ autumn chart hit. “Dead End Street was the epitome to me, of what the Kinks were all about” (…)   Source: http://danielrachel.com/writings/kinks-face-to-face/

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JOHN’s CHILDREN  
Andy Ellison was the singer with Mod bands The Silence and the incomparable John’s Children.  John’s Children guitarist Marc Bolan later founded Tyrannosaurus Rex and became a glitter star as T Rex.
Listen to Andy tell his story of his early Mod band days in an exclusive Radio 68 interview on Mixcloud:  http://www.mixcloud.com/Radio_68
IN THIS SHOW: The Silence, Andy Ellison solo, John’s Children live from the album “Orgasm” (available on the 2 cd  A Strange Affair), Tyrannosaurus Rex and T Rex. Plus snippets from an exclusive interview with Andy Ellsion – sincere thanks to Andy.

JOHN’s CHILDREN PERFORM AT THE 100 CLUB (London) on Sat. 17th December.

JOEY GILMORE

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http://www.joeythebluesman.com/

“Like a fine wine, Joey Gilmore gets better with age.  At 72 he’s sounding as good as he did when he was 36.  That’s right, I’m happy to say that Joey and I have been friends for exactly 36 years now.  When I first moved to Florida in 1980, Joey was – and still is – the king of the local blues scene.  As a matter of fact, I saw him one week ago today – just five days after he was released from the hospital – and he was still electrifying the audience as he came down from the stage playing stinging guitar licks while walking amongst them.

(…) ° Being a “Man Of My Word” (D. Walker), when I tell you that on this opening track you’re going to hear some of the best gravely voiced, heartfelt and soulful vocals you’ve ever heard, you can place a bet on it.  This is classic and signature Joey Gilmore.  Musically, the track’s a monster as well:  there’s Joey killing it on lead guitar; intense rhythm, led by Sonny on the organ; ear opening horn arrangements by Yoel; and it all culminates with Ivan closing it out with a delirious sixty second lead guitar highlight.  Wow!”
Excerpts from the review by  Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro, Blues Editor @ www.Mary4Music.com (2011 Keeping the Blues Alive Recipient )

 

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