My Generation *** The Buckinghams, The Shoes, Eire Apparent, Three Dog Night, Taste of Blues, Q65, ? & The Mysterians *** Sunday 7 & Tuesday 9 June 2020 [Ed’s Show, 2020-23]
NEW SHOW: The Buckinghams, The Shoes, Eire Apparent, Three Dog Night, Taste of Blues, Q65, ? & The Mysterians *** Repeated: The Family Tree feat. The Brogues and Quicksilver Messenger Service, Humble Pie, H.P. Lovecraft, Johnny Burgin & Japanese Friends *** Sunday 07 June, 12 noon till 04:00 + Tuesday 09 June 2020, 12:00 noon till 24:00 *** Time: CEST Brussels *** Ed’s Show, 2020-23 *** RADIO 68: all the revolutionary sounds and all the voices that shaped the sixties ***
- 12.00 The Buckinghams, Taste Of Blues, Q65, The Shoes
- 14.00 The Family Tree feat. QSM and The Brogues, Johnny Burgin
- 16.00 The Buckinghams, Taste Of Blues, Q65, The Shoes
- 18.00 The Family Tree feat. QSM and The Brogues, Johnny Burgin
- 20.00 The Buckinghams, Taste Of Blues, Q65, The Shoes
- 22.00 The Family Tree feat. QSM and The Brogues, Johnny Burgin
- 24.00 [END OF TUESDAY SHOW]
- 24.00 The Buckinghams, Taste Of Blues, Q65, The Shoes
- 02.00 The Family Tree feat. QSM and The Brogues, Johnny Burgin
- 04.00 [END OF SUNDAY SHOW]
1 MY GENERATION: THE BUCKINGHAMS
RARE & FORGOTTEN Eire Apparent + The American Breed.
SPECIAL The Buckinghams choice tracks from 1967 LP ‘Time & Changes’ & 1966 LP ‘Kind Of A Drag’ & hit singles.
LONG-PLAYTIME The Charlatans – The Charlatans + The Shoes (NL) – Wie de Shoes past, 1967 + Three Dog Night – Suitable For Framing , 1969.
AND ALSO LOVE & PEACE The Beatles Why Don’t We Do It In the Road + POETRY / DE GEDACHTEN ZIJN VRIJ Adrian Mitchell Ode to the Assassination of President Johnson + De Elegasten Kogels en kanonnen.
2 BLUESIDE: TASTE OF BLUES
ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS Lowell Fulson, Lonnie Mack.
SPECIAL: TASTE OF BLUES Taste of Blues, LP, Sweden, 1969.
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME Q 65 + ? and the Mysterians + The Lords.
AND ALSO: LOVE & PEACE & REVOLUTION Pat Boyack FREE SPEECH Malcolm X. + Hans Teeuwen
3 MY GENERATION: The Family Tree + QSM, The Brogues
LOVE & PEACE & REVOLUTION & FREEDOM The Box Tops Happy Song.
RARE, FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED Ian & The Zodiacs + The Quotations + The Ikettes.
SPECIAL Family Tree + QSM and The Brogues The Brogues single + Quicksilver Messenger Service first single + Family Tree: choice tracks from CD reissue of 1968 LP ‘Miss Butlers’ .
LONG-PLAYTIME Herman’s Hermits, LP Blaze, 1967 + Humble Pie, As Safe As Yesterday Is, 1969 + H.P. Lovecraft, H.P. Lovecraft, 1967 and H.P. Lovecraft II, 1968.
4 BLUESIDE: JOHNNY BURGIN & JAPANESE FRIENDS
LOVE & PEACE Beau Jocque A Little Bit Of Love Always Makes It Bettah.
ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS: Eddie Taylor + Albert Collins.
SPECIAL: Johnny Burgin & Japanese Friends, choice tracks from new Delmark album ‘No Border Blues’.
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME James Taylor + Bob Brozman + Jimmy Powell & 5 Dimensions +Duster Bennett.
THANKS TO Johnny Burgin & Delmark Records for Johnny Burgin ‘No Border Blues’ www.delmark.com + Airplay Direct for Albert Collins and Beau Jocque.
ACHTERGRONDINFORMATIE ** BACKGROUND
The Buckinghams: Time & Changes LP 1967
“Producer James William Guercio took on such a major role in the Buckinghams’ second album that he amounted to a more influential force, perhaps, than anyone in the band. He arranged, conducted, and wrote or co-wrote six of the ten selections. Most noticeably, there were orchestral arrangements, complete with tympanis and blaring horns, that wouldn’t have been out of place in film scores, large jazz bands, or even (at their most dissonant) early Frank Zappa records. Obviously he and/or the band were trying to be more experimental than they could on their hit singles, and the inclusion of the hit pop singles “Don’t You Care” and “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” made the LP all the more a strange affair. Not nearly as rock-oriented as their debut album, it was a quirky failure, as the Buckinghams were ultimately much more suited towards making AM singles than delving into somewhat strange orchestrated horn rock (although Guercio’s songs were usually fairly hummable love songs when the arrangements were stripped away). In fact, the strongest cut other than the hit singles, “Remember,” could have been a hit without the oddball horn charts”. Source / All Rights Reserved: Richard Unterberger
Taste Of Blues
“Formed around Claes Ericsson, who would later perform in the 70’s band LOTUS, Taste of Blues challenges their listeners with a saucy concoction of the late 60s psych sound as well as something entirely original and free. It might just be a stretch to call this one Krautrock, but when one jumps in at the deep end here, the overt improvisations beyond the relative blues banner up front, is downright uncanny. Loads of CAN reminding moments, and this is well before CAN even developed their legendary monotonous rhythm based structure. Schizophrenia opens with the title track, which is a feast of krautocking hypnotising rhythms and then flips over to a more bluesy style on the 2nd side whilst still retaining a sonic playfulness. (…) Source / All Rights Reserved David Guldbamsen.
Thanks to Johnny Burgin and Delmark Records for Johnny Burgin.