My Generation of Sunday 18 & Tuesday 20 Feb.: Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention, Robert Fripp), Bernie Marsden (Micky Moody, Jon Lord) ** [Ed’s Show, 2018-07]

NEW SHOW Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention, Robert Fripp), Bernie Marsden (Micky Moody, Paice Ahston Lord) ***  Repeated: Jim Riley’s Very British Blues Explosion + Yardbirds, Animals, Stones; Avant-Garde and Pop, incl. Blood, Sweat & Tears, Arthur Brown, The Pentangle  *** Ed’s Show, 2018-07, Sunday 18 Feb., 12 noon till 12 midnight CET Brussels & repeated  Tuesday 20 Feb., 12:00 till 20:00 hrs CET Brussels  *** RADIO 68: all the sounds and all the voices that shaped the sixties ***


SPECIAL JUDY DYBLEJUDY DYBLE & ANDY LEWIS: He Said/I Said,  Summer Dancing, The Day They Took The Music Away (cd ‘Summer Dancing, 2017, Acid Jazz Records) + JUDY DYBLE on early Fairport Convention + FAIRPORT CONVENTION: It’s alright Ma it’s only Witchcraft, One Sure Thing (Fairport Convention, produced by  Joe Boyd, 1968) + THE GREAT SOCIETY feat. Grace Slick: Sally Go ‘Round The Roses (Live At The Matrix, 1965-66) +  JEFFERSON AIRPLANE: Let’s Get Together (Take Off, 1966) + BOB DYLAN: From A Buick 6 (Highway 61 Revisited) + KING CRIMSON: In the Court of the Crimson King (same, 1969) ***  FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED : WILSON PICKETT: Mini Skirt Minnie,  single 1969 * PLASTIC PENNY: I Want You  ** AND ALSO: COUNT FIVE: Teeny Bopper Teeny Bopper *** WORD: Segregation and Jim Crow+ WALLY TAX: Hard times


SPECIAL:  BERNIE MARSDEN : Bell Bottom Blues, Going To My Hometown, Rock And Roll Shoes (cd  ‘Acoustic Live’ aka ‘Going to My Hometown’) +  PAICE, ASHTON & LORD:  Resurrection Shuffle (V.A. Endangered Species) +  Ain’t No Love : COMPANY OF SNAKES feat. Ian Paice, Jon Lord, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody) + MICKY MOODY & PAUL WILLIAMS: Look At Yonder Wall, (Smokestacks, Armadillo Music) + ALI MAAS & MICKY MOODY:  Do Some Time (Black And Chrome) ** AND ALSO:  KING BSCUIT BOY: Hoodoo  Party BIG BILL BROONZY: Black, Brown and White *** WORD: Dolle Mina’s 1970, Griekse dictatuur 1967-1974

 3 MY GENERATION (repeated)

SPECIAL: AVANT-GARDE  BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS: Ouverture, Refugee From Yuhipitz (Child Is Father To The Man, 1968) + THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA: I Won’t Leave  My Wooden Wife (The United States of America) + THE PENTANGLE: Moon Dog, Hole in the Coal  (Sweet Child) + THE CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN: Spontaneous Apple Creation (The Crazy World Of) + CAPTAIN BEEFHART: Dachau Blues (Trout Mask Replica) + BOBAK, JONES, MALONE: On a Meadow-Lane + THE FUGS: Carpe Diem (first album) ***  FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED:  DAN HICKS & THE HOT LICKS: Subterranean Homesick Blues (Dan Hicks of The Charlatans 2009) + STONE COUNTRY: Love Psalm (Stone Country) + THE TASMANIANS: Baby *** AND ALSO:  AGUATURBIA: Rollin ‘n’ Tumblin + JOHNNY HALLYDAY: Excuse-moi partenaire + THE WHO: A Legal Matter, 1965, US single no. 32, LP ‘My Generation’ *** WOORD:  MENNO WIGMAN  leest voor uit eigen werk, i.s.m. Poëziecentrum

4 BLUESIDE (repeated)

SPECIALJIM RILEY ’s BLUES FOUNDATION :A VERY  BRITISH BLUES EXPLOSION (cd, 2017, Running Out Of time, She Can Fight For Yourself,  A Change Is Gonna Come, Baby Please Don’t Go, Help Me) + KEEF HARTLEY: Me and My Woman + THE ROLLING STONES: Crackin’ Up (Love You Live)  + THE ANIMALS: Bury My Body + THE EASYBEATS:  She’s So Fine c/w Old Oak Tree (single, 1965) + THE YARDBIRDS; Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Live at The Marquee  +  JIMMY WINSTON: Sorry She’s Mine *** AND ALSO: THE EVERLY BROTHERS: What Kind Of Girl + JODY WILLIAMS: Lucky Lou *** WORD:  FREE SPEECH and  REPRESSION, USA,  Berkeley, 1960: 

 SCHEDULE ** ROOSTER  ** CET Brussels Sun. 1200 > 2400      Wed. 1200 > 2000 
My Generation: new show: Judy Dyble 12:00 * 16:00 * 20:00 hrs 12:00 * 16:00 hrs
Blueside: new show:  Bernie Marsden 13:00  * 17:00  * 21:00 hrs 13:00  * 17:00 hrs
My Generation repeated:  Avant-Garde 14:00 * 18:00  * 22:00 hrs 14:00 * 18:00 hrs
Blueside repeated: Jim Riley 15:00 * 19:00 * 23:00 hrs 15:00 * 19:00 hrs
Ends 24:00 hrs Ends 20:00 hrs




Jydy Dyble is a founding member of Fairport Convention who provided harpsichord and vocals on their first LP from 1968, her only one with that group, produced by Joe Boyd.  FAIRPORT CONVENTION was formed in 1967 by Richard Thompson (guitar & vocals), Simon Nicol (guitar & vocals, viola), Ashley Hutchings (bass), Judy Dyble (vocals) and Shaun Frater (drums). Shaun Frater was replaced by Martin Lamble and Ian (Matthews)  aka Mc Donald (vocals & guitar) joined the band. FAIRPORT CONVENTION was influenced by British-Folk, American-Folk-Rock, Blues, Country, Cajun and American songwriters like Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Tim Buckley and Joni Mitchell. After Fairport, DYBLE first continued in the folk format, but also collaborated with Robert Fripp of King Crimson. She  took a thirty (!) years’ leave from the music business only to continue her love for experimentation and eclecticism. Her latest album is SUMMER DANCING (2017), with Andy Lewis.


“Bernard John “Bernie” Marsden (born 7 May 1951) is an English rock and blues guitarist. He is primarily known for his work with Whitesnake having written or co-written with David Coverdale many of the group’s hit songs, such as “Here I Go Again”. Having played with Glenn Cornick’s Wild Turkey in 1974, he then played with Babe Ruth, from 1975–76, before becoming an original member of Paice Ashton Lord in 1977 and then joining the hard rock band, Whitesnake, after having the possibility of playing with his boy-time hero Paul McCartney and Wings because while waiting, David Coverdale asked him to form Whitesnake (other members were Jon Lord and Micky Moody).
In more recent years, Marsden has toured with his bands Company of Snakes, M3 (both formed with fellow former Whitesnake members Micky Moody and Neil Murray), and performed with Elkie Brooks. Over the years he has taken part in a number of sessions and has released a handful of solo albums (And About Time, Too!, Look at Me Now, Green & Blues, Stacks). He has also collaborated with Micky Moody on a number of Marsden-Moody live and studio projects”.
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“Today, we focus on  the influence of AVANT-GARDE music  on pop music. Hippie had gone back in time and dug up medieval instruments and folk song. Hippie had also travelled East and imported the sitar sounds. In 1968, however, the AVANT-GARDE influences pop music: Eric Satie, Varèse, Stockhausen, the BBC Workshops experimenting with new sounds. ‘Revolution no 9’ by The Beatles is a good example,  but in this show we stick to songs that are compatible with a regular radio listening experience.  The Avant-Garde influence consists of special sounds, instruments or line-ups not normally associated with pop music at the time, the deconstruction of ‘song’ (i.e. melody, chorus, etc.), repetitions, loops, and so forth”. (Eddy Bonte)

“Jim Riley’s Blues Foundation  opened the evening with a nice set of R&B as it was performed in the sixties: a bunch of covers (Chuck Berry,  Jimmy Reed, Sonny Boy Williamson, et. al.) and some self-written stuff in that mould. Much appreciated.” (Eddy Bonte, from my review of The London Blues Week in—london-blues-week-100-club-london-18-19-en-20-januari-2018.html


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