My Generation: R.I.P. Little Jimmy aka Don Croissant, The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things * Sunday 12 & Tuesday 14 January 2020 [Ed’s Show, 2020-02]

NEW SHOW: R.I.P. Little Jimmy aka Don Croissant, The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things *** REPEATED Chicago’s Hit Factory Vee-Jay Records feat. The Standells, Betty Everett, Hank Ballard, Hoyt Axton + Leyla McCalla’s Capitalist Blues *** Sunday 12 January 12:00 till – 04:00 hrs CET Brussels + repeated  Tuesday 14 January, 12:00 till 24:00 hrs CET Brussels *** [2020-02] *** RADIO 68: ALL THE REVOLUTIONARY SOUNDS AND VOICES THAT SHAPED THE SIXTIES ***


Showtime

  • 12.00 Little Jimmy RIP, The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things
  • 14.00 Chicago’s Vee-Jay Records, Leyla McCalla’s Capitalist Blues
  • 16.00 Little Jimmy RIP, The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things
  • 18.00 Chicago’s Vee-Jay Records, Leyla McCalla’s Capitalist Blues
  • 20.00 Little Jimmy RIP, The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things
  • 22.00 Chicago’s Vee-Jay Records, Leyla McCalla’s Capitalist Blues  
  • 24.00 Little Jimmy RIP, The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things [END OF TUESDAY SHOW]
  • 02.00 Chicago’s  Vee-Jay Records, Leyla McCalla’s Capitalist Blues  
  • 04.00 [END OF SUNDAY SHOW] 

Playlists  

NEW SHOWS  

01 MY GENERATION : SPECIAThe Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things
RARE, FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED The Californians + The Grass Roots + The Hullabaloos.
SPECIAL:  The Electric Banana aka The Pretty Things.
LONG-PLAYTIME
Taste (Taste , 1969) + The Blue Things (The Blue Things, 1966) + The Deviants (Disposable, 1968) + Kevin Ayers (Joy Of A Toy, 1969) + Kaleidoscope (Tangerine Dream, 1967) + Larry Coryell (Coryell, 1969).
AND ALSO
Love, Peace & Understanding:
The Box Tops: The Happy Song
Free Speech / De Gedachten zijn Vrij: Barbara Dane, The Deviants. .
MIJN BESPREKING / MY REVIEW of ELECTRIC BANANA http://www.keysandchords.com/album-review-blog/the-electric-banana-the-complete-de-wolfe-sessions
Thanks to CHERRY RED for Electric Banana https://www.cherryred.co.uk/artist/electric-banana-the/

02  BLUESIDE SPECIAL:   RIP LITTLE JIMMY 05Jan2020
SPECIAL   RIP LITTLE JIMMY 05Jan2020 Little Jimmy aka Don Croissant: Live At The Club, entire CD, 1996. Met Dolf Wolf (bas) en Marcel De Cauwer (drums). Foto cover © Phile Deprez
LEES HIER MEE OVER LITTLE JIMMY https://www.eddybonte.be/rolling-stones/little-jimmy-don-croissant/


REPEATED SHOWS:  

03 MY GENERATION : Chicago’s Hit Factory Vee-Jay Records
RARE, FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED Small Faces + Les Baroques + Lulu.
SPECIAL: VEE-JAY The Chicago Hit Factory feat. The Standells + The Monsters Four + Hoyt Axton + Marylin Britton + Betty Everett+ Dee Clark + Hank Ballard & The Midnighters + Jerry Butler & Betty Everett + The Pyramids.
LONG-PLAYTIME Grapefruit  (Deep Water, 1969) + Frank Zappa (Freak Out! – 1966) + Haymarket Square (Magic Lantern, 1968) + Spanky & Our Gang (Like To Get To Know You, 1968).
AND ALSO: LOVE & PEACE David & Jonathan: Lovers Of the World Unite + Murray Head

04  BLUESIDE :Leyla McCalla’s Capitalist Blues
THE ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS Lowell Fulson  + Lonnie Mack.
SPECIAL  LEYLA McCALLA (cd The Capitalist Blues)
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME: FRANK BEY (new 2019 cd All My Dues Are Paid) + THE ALTERED FIVE BLUES BAND (cd Ten Thousand Watts) + ROD STEWART & RON WOOD + Q65
AND ALSO: Love & Peace: Frank Bey: Idle hands (cd ‘All My Dues Are Paid’) + Free Speech: Malcolm X.
THANKS TO Blind Raccoon & Nola Records for Frank Bey (All My Dues Are Paid, 2019) + Alligator Records for Lonnie Mack + Blind Raccoon & Blind Pig for the Altered Five Blues Band


HIGHLIGHT ** IN DE KIJKER

VEE-JAY RECORDS
Motown is the black-owned Great Lakes R&B label synonymous with the ’60s but before their reign was Chicago’s Vee-Jay Records, ruling the charts for nearly a decade prior to the rise of the Detroit imprint. The tale of Vee-Jay has been told before in a variety of compilations, but Charly’s 2014 box set Chicago Hit Factory: The Vee-Jay Story 1953-1966 is easily the most comprehensive chronicle, lasting ten discs and encompassing all of the chapters in the label’s wild history”.  Source / All Rights Reserved: https://www.allmusic.com/album/chicago-hit-factory-the-vee-jay-story-1958-1966-mw0002664877

LEYLA McCALLA
“Er is één ding, dat je zeker niet gaat doen bij het beluisteren van het derde album van Leyla McCalla, en dat is je vervelen. Haar album staat namelijk vol met de meest uiteenlopende muzikale stijlen en het knappe is dat Leyla van al deze stijlen toch iets eigens weet te maken. Leyla zal bij sommigen van ons bekend zijn als zangeres van de band The Carolina Chocolate Drops, een band die er ook niet vies van was om stijlen door elkaar heen te mengen” (…) .  Tekst: Peter Marinus, Alle Rechten Voorbehouden. https://www.bluesmagazine.nl/recensie-leyla-mccalla-the-capitalist-blues/

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