My Generation of Sunday 21 & Tuesday 23 Jan.: The Electric Prunes & Graham Bond with Bruce, Baker & McLaughlin [Ed’s Show, 2017-03]

NEW SHOW: The Electric Prunes & Graham Bond with Bruce, Baker & McLaughlin ***  Repeated: Richard Berry, Soul & Blues on Stax 1962 [Ed’s Show, 2018-03 (= 2017-03],  Sunday 21 Jan. 12 noon till 12 midnight CET Brussels & repeated  Tuesday 23 Jan., 12:00 till 20:00 hrs CET Brussels ]  *** RADIO 68: all the sounds and all the voices that shaped the sixties ***

THE PLAYLISTS

1 MY GENERATION (NEW)
SPECIAL: 
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES “CALIFORNIA” (2004) **
FAMOUS but FORGOTTEN: DEEP PURPLE (Book Of Taliesyn), CARAVAN (II Could Do it All Over ** LONGPLAYTIME: THE MOVE (The Move), SPIRIT (Clear, 1969), STONE THE CROWS (Stone on the Crows) ** SOUL MIX: THE FLIRTATIONS,  VANILLA FUDGE,  THE GUESS WHO **

2 BLUESIDE (NEW)
SPECIAL:  THE GRAHAM BOND QUARTET  with John McLauglin, Jack Bruce and Ginger Beaker, plus the voice of Bobby Breen. Recorded live at the Paris Cinema, London, for the BBC and broadcast on 25 April 1963. +  associated bands COLOSSEUM + CREAM ** THE ORGINATORS  & INSPIRATORS: SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON, T-BONE WALKER, SON HOUSE.

3 MY GENERATION (repeated)

SPECIAL:  RICHARD ‘Louie Louie’ BERRY : Richard Berry & Etta James: Wallflower; Richard Berry & The Pharaohs: Louie Louie ; Richard Berry & The Crowns: The Big Break; THE ROBINS feat. Richard Berry: Riot In Cell Block no. 9 ; Richard Berry & The Dreamers: Daddy Daddy;  Richard Berry & The Ike Turner Orchestra: Big John + IKE & TINA TURNER: Three O’clock Blues + IKE TURNER & THE KINGS OF RHYTHM: Funky Mule (1969) ** FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED: STATUS QUO: Black Veils of Melancholy (follow-up of “Pictures of Matchstick Men”, no chart position in UK, no. 5 in Holland) CHRIS ANDREWS: Long Live Love (1965, no. 1 for Sandie Shaw) + EDOUARD: Les hallucinations d’Edouard (after Antoine) ** LONGPLAYTIME : JESSE WINCHESTER: Rhythm of the Rain (A Reasonable Amount Of Trouble, 2014, thanks to Airplay Direct +  RALPH McTELL: England 1914 (Spiral Staircase, 1969) + CARL PERKINS with Johnny Cash and Band: Restless (At San Quentin) ** WORD : THE FUGS & ALAN GINSBERG: I Saw the Best Minds Of My Generation Rot + Anti-Vietnam Demonstration   **

4 BLUESIDE (REPEATED) SPECIAL:   SOULBLUES IN 1962 VOLT / STAX  GUS CANNON: Come On Down To My House, Salty Dog  (LP ‘Walk Right In’)BOOKTER T & THE MGs: Twist and Shout (LP ‘Green Onions’) + THE CANES: Why  Should I Suffer With the Blues + WILLIAM BELL: Any Other Way + THE MAR-KEYS: Po Dunk, Foxy  + PRINCE CONLEY: I’m Going Home + BARBARA STEPHENS: I Don’t Worry + DON WILLIS Warrior Sam  + RAY SCOTT: You Drive Me Crazy  + DONNA RAE: Little Fool  ** THE ORIGINATORS  & INSPIRATORS:  Three who inspired the UK Beat Boom: BILLY BOY ARNOLD: Ain’t Got You  + JIMMY REED: Big Boss Man + ELMORE JAMES: Early In The Morning  ** KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME: GEORGIE FAME: Sittin’ in the Park + DANIEL SMITH with EARL GREEN: Rock Me Baby WOORD: HUUB BEURSKENS LEEST VOOR UIT “HOTEL EDEN” (i.s.m. Poëziecentrum Gent) **

 SCHEDULE ** ROOSTER  ** CET Brussels Sun. 1200 > 2400      Wed. 1200 > 2000 
My Generation: new show: Electric Prunes 12:00 * 16:00 * 20:00 hrs 12:00 * 16:00 hrs
Blueside: new show: Graham Bond 13:00  * 17:00  * 21:00 hrs 13:00  * 17:00 hrs
My Generation repeated: Richard Berry 14:00 * 18:00  * 22:00 hrs 14:00 * 18:00 hrs
Blueside repeated:    Stax / Volt 1962 15:00 * 19:00 * 23:00 hrs 15:00 * 19:00 hrs
Ends 24:00 hrs Ends 20:00 hrs

 

 

 

ACHTERGRONDINFORMATIE ** BACKGROUND

THE ELECTRIC PRUNES: CALIFORNIA, cd 2004

Long after massive hits like ”I Had Too Much To Dream”, original Prunes James Lowe, Mark Tulin and Ken Williams, plus 1968 line-up drummer Joe Dooley and more recent member, guitarist Mark Moulin recorded “California” in 2004. To quote the band: “CALIFORNIA is a collection of songs that reflects the band’s memories and experiences of a better time in an iconic place. A time of innocence and rock and roll. A time when people still believed you could find gold in California. Could such a place still exist? Take a few steps back and come flying…”.
Jerry Kranitz: “So does the place still exist that the Prunes pine away for? It does on this album. We’ve got a solid collection of well written, catchy songs. A sense of fun pervades throughout the album as the Prunes plough through a rockin’ set of numbers that blend the California sound they seek with good ‘ol down ‘n dirty psychedelic garage rock. There some great psychedelia on the album (…)” .
Source http://aural-innovations.com/2004/july/eprunes2.html
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GRAHAM BOND

Long before he became famous and recorded his own albums as The Graham Bond Organization, composer -singer but first and foremost keyboard player and saxophonist GRAHAM BOND had been in a variety of bands, often with a more jazz-oriented repertoire. The pre-Orginzation bands that carried his name could be a trio or a quartet or something else. Some members of Bond’s bands became more famous than the man himself, notably Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, John McLaughlin and the Colosseum duo of Dick Heckstall-Smith and Jon Hiseman.
Here’s a great and detailed bio of the man by Borge Skilbrigt  http://grahambond.org/biography.html

RADIO 68 PLAYS The Graham Bond Quartet feat. Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and John McLaughlin (+ the guest voice of Bobby Breen). Recorded live at the Paris Cinema, London, for the BBC and broadcast on 25 April 1963, it’s from the wonderful 4cd compilation “Graham Bond Live at the BBC and Other Stories” (BBC / Repertoire).

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