My Generation: Soul Dolls The Flirtations, Pet Clark & The Paper Dolls + Mike Bloomfield, Will Hoge ** Sunday 18, Tuesday 20 November [Ed’s Show 2018-46]

NEW SHOWSoul Dolls The Flirtations, Pet Clark & The Paper Dolls + Mike Bloomfield, Will Hoge *** Repeated: Peace! *** Sunday 18 Nov., 12 noon till 12 midnight, repeated Tuesday 20 Nov. 12 noon till 20:00 hrs *** Time Zone: CET Brussels *** Ed’s Show, 2018-46, *** RADIO 68: all the sounds and all the voices that shaped the sixties ***

THE PLAYLISTS

1 MY GENERATION (NEW) SOUL DOLLS
LOVE & PEACE  PETULA CLARK Colour My World.
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED ANN-MARGRET + THE QUIK + THE DOC THOMAS GROUP.
SPECIAL SOUL DOLLS
THE PAPER DOLLS + THE FLIRTATIONS  + + PETULA CLARK: + REPERATA & THE DELRONS. LONGLAYTIME:  THE PICCADILLY LINE (< LP The Huge World Of Emily Small, 1967) + THE SOFT MACHINE (< LP First, 1968) + WE FIVE (< LP Make Someone Happy, 1967) + THE WALLACE COLLECTION (< LP Laughing Cavalier, 1969).
DE GEDACHTEN ZIJN VRIJ: Kabouterbeweging + Lieven Cardoen: Krupt Ut Je Bedde

2 BLUESIDE (NEW): SPECIAL MICHAEL BLOOMFIELD 

LOVE & PEACE: Bob Margolin: Mercy (< Bob Margolin, 2018, Vizztone Records).
THE ORIGINATORS  & INSPIRATORS : BILLY BOY ARNOLD  + DAVE VAN RONK + FATS DOMINO. SPECIAL MICHAEL BLOOMFIELD choice tracks from “Living In The Fast Lane”, Angel Air, 2018) + MIKE BLOOMFIELD & AL KOOPER (Live Adventures, 1969)  + BARRY GOLDBERG with Mike Bloomfield & Harvey Mandel (Two Jews).
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME: ROCKY ATHAS (new cd Shakin’ The Dust, 2018) +  WILL HOGE (cd My American Dream, cd, Thirty Tigers, 2018)  https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-country/will-hoge-political-new-album-my-american-dream-734107/
WORD & POETRY Jack Kerouac & Steven Allen + Dylan Thomas.
THANKS TO Angel Air Records www.angelair.co.uk for Michael Bloomfield + VizzTone Records for Bob Margolin + V2 Records Belgium and Thirty Tigers for Will Hoge + Rocky Athas for his new release Shakin’ The Dust http://www.rockyathas.com 

3 MY GENERATION (repeated) SPECIAL PEACE!

Joe Cocker + Pete Seeger + Peter & Gordon + The Flies + The Chambers Brothers + The Ro-d-Ys + The Motions + After Tea + Boudewijn De Groot  +  Erik Van Malder  + Armand  + Dimitri Van Toren + Miek & Roel & Roland + Donovan + Barbara Dane + Henry Flynt and The Insurrections + The Searchers.

4 BLUESIDE (REPEATED) 
SPECIALPEACE!
BB KING + THE HOLMES BROTHER + DAVE FIELDS + ALLEN TOUSSAINT + BEAU  JOCQUE + MUNGO JERRY +  LIGHTNIN’ HOPKINS + LARRY ESTRDIGE + VANILLA FUDGE + ROY C. +  WILLIE DIXON + MIKE ZITO + JOHN MAYALL. 

 SCHEDULE ** ROOSTER  ** CET Brussels Sun. 1200 > 2400      Tue. 1200 > 2000 
My Generation new show:Soul Dolls 12:00 * 16:00 * 20:00 12:00 * 16:00 * 20:00
Blueside new show: Mike Bloomfield 13:00  * 17:00  * 21:00 13:00  * 17:00  * 21:00
My Generation repeated: Peace! 14:00 * 18:00  * 22:00 14:00 * 18:00  * 22:00
Blueside repeated:  Peace! 15:00 * 19:00 * 23:00
Ends 24:00 hrs Ends 20:00 hrs

ACHTERGRONDINFORMATIE ** BACKGROUND

THE PAPER DOLLS

“The Paper Dolls were one of Britain’s few girl groups of the 1960s. Complete with outrageous wigs, camp stage names and over-the-top outfits, they cut quite a dash on the music scene. The group comprised Tiger (Susie Mathis), Spyder (Pauline Bennett) and Copper (Sue Marshall). Tiger hailed from London, Spyder from Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, and Copper from Northampton. They met at school in Northampton and later studied dance together at the town’s Pitt-Draffen Academy of Dramatic Arts. (…) the group eventually agreed on The Paper Dolls as their stage moniker, and in May 1968, their first single, the Motown-esque Something here in my heart (keeps a-tellin’ me no), was released. It reached number 11 in the UK charts and led to appearances in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Its B-side, All the time in the world, has gone on to become a favourite of fans of the Brit girl sound.
Build me up buttercup was lined up as the follow up but was eventually recorded by The Foundations, who took the song to number two in the UK charts in the autumn of 1968. The Foundations scored a second hit with Any old time (you’re lonely and sad), which The Paper Dolls had recorded for their album, Paper Dolls house.
The girls were left to release My life (is in your hands), a danceable number that hadn’t appeared on the album, as their second single. However, both it and a third single, Someday, stalled outside the top 40”.
Quoted From / All Rights Reserved: http://www.readysteadygirls.eu/paper-dolls/4521748295

Courtesy angelair.co.uk

MIKE BLOOMFIELD:  Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Electric Flag, Al Kooper
Living In The Fast Lane: “Living In The Fast Lane” was released in 1981 just after his death and contained material recorded in various places over the years and Record World said in its review then “a fitting testament to his musicianship”. (Quote: www.agelair.co.uk)
BIO “(…) Impressed by his talent, mouth harpist Paul Butterfield invited him to be a member of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band in 1963. Bloomfield, as lead guitarist, helped distill the groundbreaking sound of the band’s first two LP releases, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Elektra 7294; 1965) and East-West (Elektra 7315; 1966). (…) Earlier that year, Bloomfield had also played lead guitar on Dylan’s critically acclaimed, Highway 61 Revisited (Columbia 9189; 1965), which featured the hit single, “Like a Rolling Stone”.
Tired of constant touring and wanting to have more creative control, Bloomfield departed the Butterfield band to form the Electric Flag with long-time associate, singer Nick Gravenites. Put off by the massive hype surrounding his new band, he moved on again after playing on one album, A Long Time Comin’ (Columbia 9597; 1968). For a time he seemed content to merely tread water, collaborating with Al Kooper and Stephen Stills on a couple of slapdash studio jam LPs, Super Session (Columbia 9701; 1968) and The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper (Columbia 6; 1969)”. Quoted from / All Rights Reserved: http://www.shsu.edu/~lis_fwh/book/hybrid_children_of_rock/support/Bloomfield2.htm

PEACE – VREDE

PEACE
Middle English: from Old French pais, from Latin pax, pac- ‘peace’.

1: a state of tranquility or quiet: such as
a: freedom from civil disturbance Peace and order were finally restored in the town.
b: a state of security or order within a community provided for by law or customa breach of the peace
2: freedom from disquieting or oppressive thoughts or emotionsI have been in perfect peace and contentment— J. H. Newman

3: harmony in personal relationsThe sisters are at peace with each other.
4a: a state or period of mutual concord between governmentsThere was a peace of 50 years before war broke out again.
4b: a pact or agreement to end hostilities between those who have been at war or in a state of enmityoffered the possibility of a negotiated peace— New York Times
5—used interjectionally to ask for silence or calm or as a greeting or farewell

at peace: in a state of concord or tranquilityThe problem was settled and his mind was at peace.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/peace

vre·de (dem en v)
toestand van rust: zijn as ruste in vrede
toestand van normale verhoudingen tussen staten (tegenstelling: oorlog)vrede sluiten
goede verstandhouding
gewetensrust: ik kan daar (geen) vrede mee hebben er mij (niet) mee verenigen

Bron: de “dunne’ van Dale online:
https://www.vandale.nl/gratis-woordenboek/nederlands/betekenis/vrede#.W-BNsZNKiM8

MEXICO CITY: the Masssacre of 2nd October 1968
“On 2 October, ten days before the Olympics were to begin, around ten thousand students gathered in the Plaza of Three Cultures. They were surrounded by thousands of soldiers and armoured vehicles; only in 2001 was it confirmed that dozens of agents provocateurs and snipers were positioned among and around the crowd too. Just after six in the evening, flares were lit and shooting began. Elena Poniatowska collated eyewitness accounts giving a harrowing impression of chaos and confusion.   The crowd of students, as well as local workers and families, were fired upon, and many were killed. The number of dead remains controversial; early, absurdly-low government claims repeated by domestic (and some international) media were replaced over time by suggestions of many dozens – and perhaps hundreds – murdered.” Quoted From / All Rights Reserved: https://www.versobooks.com/blogs/3884-1968-an-end-and-a-beginning-for-mexico

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