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« Reply #540 on: August 17, 2019, 01:14:26 PM »


WXPN Radio from Pennsylvania (available in the UK via Internet Radio and streaming services). They are playing the whole of the Woodstock Festival in real time.

The Who took the stage at 5am (EST) on 17th August which is 10am UK time. They are currently half way through their set and Pete has just kicked Abbie Hoffman off the stage.

Jefferson Airplane are up next to see in the dawn.


Wow! I wish I had read this earlier.
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« Reply #541 on: August 17, 2019, 11:37:43 PM »



WXPN Radio from Pennsylvania (available in the UK via Internet Radio and streaming services). They are playing the whole of the Woodstock Festival in real time.

The Who took the stage at 5am (EST) on 17th August which is 10am UK time. They are currently half way through their set and Pete has just kicked Abbie Hoffman off the stage.

Jefferson Airplane are up next to see in the dawn.


Wow! I wish I had read this earlier.


For anyone interested, the broadcast continues through the night into tomorrow morning including:

The Band - 2am for all the insomniacs
Blood Sweat & Tears (who played a great set) - 6.30am
CSN&Y - 8am
Jimi Hendrix - 2pm
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« Reply #542 on: August 18, 2019, 08:00:13 AM »




WXPN Radio from Pennsylvania (available in the UK via Internet Radio and streaming services). They are playing the whole of the Woodstock Festival in real time.

The Who took the stage at 5am (EST) on 17th August which is 10am UK time. They are currently half way through their set and Pete has just kicked Abbie Hoffman off the stage.

Jefferson Airplane are up next to see in the dawn.


Wow! I wish I had read this earlier.


For anyone interested, the broadcast continues through the night into tomorrow morning including:

The Band - 2am for all the insomniacs
Blood Sweat & Tears (who played a great set) - 6.30am
CSN&Y - 8am
Jimi Hendrix - 2pm



Thanks for this heads-up Al. Been listening when I can, fascinating stuff  Grin
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« Reply #543 on: August 18, 2019, 09:32:40 AM »





WXPN Radio from Pennsylvania (available in the UK via Internet Radio and streaming services). They are playing the whole of the Woodstock Festival in real time.

The Who took the stage at 5am (EST) on 17th August which is 10am UK time. They are currently half way through their set and Pete has just kicked Abbie Hoffman off the stage.

Jefferson Airplane are up next to see in the dawn.


Wow! I wish I had read this earlier.


For anyone interested, the broadcast continues through the night into tomorrow morning including:

The Band - 2am for all the insomniacs
Blood Sweat & Tears (who played a great set) - 6.30am
CSN&Y - 8am
Jimi Hendrix - 2pm



Thanks for this heads-up Al. Been listening when I can, fascinating stuff  Grin


CSN&Y for breakfast. I can see why Neil has never wanted this out there. Some of it was kind of sloppy.

Long break until Paul Butterfield at 11am now and I shall miss Hendrix altogether as i have to go out at lunchtime.

Jefferson Airplane, Joe Cocker and Country Joe & The Fish were all fantastic yesterday.
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« Reply #544 on: August 18, 2019, 09:47:41 AM »



Cropredy 2019
from BBC Sounds.

BBC's Tracklist

1 The Waterboys - The Whole Of The Moon [Live at Cropredy 2019]
2 Fairport Convention - The Festival Bell [Live at Cropredy 2019]
3 Frank Turner - Sister Rosetta
4 Gogol Bordello - Passport
5 Lil Jim - Paranoid
6 Wildwood Kin - Beauty In Your Brokenness
7 Richard Digance - We Are Searching
8 The Waterboys & Brother Paul - Nashville, Tennessee
9 Wilson & Wakeman - Soldier
10  Wilson & Wakeman - I Won't Blame Life
11 Frank Turner - Photosynthesis
12 Frank Turner - Four Simple Words
13 Seth Lakeman - The Educated Man
14 Martin Barre Band - Wond'ring Aloud
15 Daphne's Flight - Gone
16 Frank Turner - Jinny Bingham's Ghost
17 Tide Lines - Shut Up And Dance
18 Caravan - Golf Girl
19 The 4 of Us - Bird's Eye View
20 Will Pound & Eddy Jay - Clinch Mountain Backstep
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« Reply #545 on: August 18, 2019, 09:58:17 AM »




Cropredy 2019
from BBC Sounds.

Tracklist

2 Fairport Convention - The Festival Bell [Live at Cropredy 2019]



The BBC have one Fairport track to choose and they choose Festival Bell?  Hilarious.
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« Reply #546 on: August 18, 2019, 09:59:06 AM »




Cropredy 2019
from BBC Sounds.

Tracklist

1 The Waterboys - The Whole Of The Moon [Live at Cropredy 2019]
2 Fairport Convention - The Festival Bell [Live at Cropredy 2019]
3 Frank Turner - Sister Rosetta
4 Gogol Bordello - Passport
5 Lil Jim - Paranoid
6 Wildwood Kin - Beauty In Your Brokenness
7 Richard Digance - We Are Searching
8 The Waterboys & Brother Paul - Nashville, Tennessee
9 Wilson & Wakeman - Soldier
10  Wilson & Wakeman - I Won't Blame Life
11 Frank Turner - Photosynthesis
12 Frank Turner - Four Simple Words
13 Seth Lakeman - The Educated Man
14 Martin Barre Band - Wond'ring Aloud
15 Daphne's Flight - Gone
16 Frank Turner - Jinny Bingham's Ghost
17 Tide Lines - Shut Up And Dance
18 Caravan - Golf Girl
19 The 4 of Us - Bird's Eye View
20 Will Pound & Eddy Jay - Clinch Mountain Backstep
That would be good for “in between acts” music at next year’s Cropredy
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« Reply #547 on: August 18, 2019, 10:02:55 AM »

While waiting for Woodstock to resume...

Cancel The Sun - The Rails.  First listen. Boy does Kami sound like her mum.
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« Reply #548 on: August 18, 2019, 10:05:48 AM »





Cropredy 2019
from BBC Sounds.

Tracklist

2 Fairport Convention - The Festival Bell [Live at Cropredy 2019]



The BBC have one Fairport track to choose and they choose Festival Bell?  Hilarious.



That was the pre-show from last Saturday. Festival Bell was from Thursday's acoustic set. They presumably also have the entire Saturday set still available. (Have just checked. They do indeed for another 22 days)
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« Reply #549 on: August 18, 2019, 10:09:31 AM »





Cropredy 2019
from BBC Sounds.

Tracklist

2 Fairport Convention - The Festival Bell [Live at Cropredy 2019]



The BBC have one Fairport track to choose and they choose Festival Bell?  Hilarious.
The Fairport Saturday set is embedded in the middle of this, after Daphne's Flight at about 3:30.

Set list is here.
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« Reply #550 on: August 18, 2019, 10:34:34 AM »


 Anyone familiar with a singer-guitarist called Henry Parker? I've just purchased his album 'Silent Spring' through Bandcamp. Lovely stuff to my old ears. Vocal delivery a bit like Ryley Walker  Smiley

https://henryparker.bandcamp.com/album/silent-spring
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« Reply #551 on: August 18, 2019, 10:52:19 AM »




Cropredy 2019
from BBC Sounds.

BBC's Tracklist

1 The Waterboys - The Whole Of The Moon [Live at Cropredy 2019]
2 Fairport Convention - The Festival Bell [Live at Cropredy 2019]
3 Frank Turner - Sister Rosetta
4 Gogol Bordello - Passport
5 Lil Jim - Paranoid
6 Wildwood Kin - Beauty In Your Brokenness
7 Richard Digance - We Are Searching
8 The Waterboys & Brother Paul - Nashville, Tennessee
9 Wilson & Wakeman - Soldier
10  Wilson & Wakeman - I Won't Blame Life
11 Frank Turner - Photosynthesis
12 Frank Turner - Four Simple Words
13 Seth Lakeman - The Educated Man
14 Martin Barre Band - Wond'ring Aloud
15 Daphne's Flight - Gone
16 Frank Turner - Jinny Bingham's Ghost
17 Tide Lines - Shut Up And Dance
18 Caravan - Golf Girl
19 The 4 of Us - Bird's Eye View
20 Will Pound & Eddy Jay - Clinch Mountain Backstep


Again thanks for this heads-up! Without you guys I would never find any!   Shocked
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« Reply #552 on: August 18, 2019, 04:07:20 PM »




Cancel The Sun - The Rails.  First listen. Boy does Kami sound like her mum.


Yup. First listen here too. Love it. What it lacks in length is made up for in quality.

The "Other People Other Songs" promo freebie that came with it is also pretty neat.  Smiley
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« Reply #553 on: August 18, 2019, 06:52:07 PM »





Cancel The Sun - The Rails.  First listen. Boy does Kami sound like her mum.


Yup. First listen here too. Love it. What it lacks in length is made up for in quality.

The "Other People Other Songs" promo freebie that came with it is also pretty neat.  Smiley


Indeed so. Does your copy of the EP cracle slightly? Mine sounds as though it has been mastered from a piece of vinyl.
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Cancel The Sun - The Rails.  First listen. Boy does Kami sound like her mum.


Yup. First listen here too. Love it. What it lacks in length is made up for in quality.

The "Other People Other Songs" promo freebie that came with it is also pretty neat.  Smiley




Indeed so. Does your copy of the EP cracle slightly? Mine sounds as though it has been mastered from a piece of vinyl.


It does. Not just me then.  Smiley
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« Reply #555 on: August 19, 2019, 07:12:52 AM »

Yes, mine too.

Kami & James did a launch gig on Friday at Rough Trade Bristol. 30-35 mins acoustic renditions of some of the songs from Cancel the Sun and a couple from the earlier albums. Very intimate, <30 people turned up, apparently Rough Trade were expecting 50+, but the weather seemed to have put many off coming out.

K & J come across in person as genuinely friendly and down-to-earth... I later spotted them, guitars in backpacks, at Bristol Temple Meads station, heading for (I assume) the London train... oh, the glamorous life of the professional touring musician!

(Hmm, guitar, station - could be a song there...……………)
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« Reply #556 on: August 19, 2019, 12:36:45 PM »

I've been a bit fed up with hearing people singing, so have listened to some instrumental jazz.

Miles Davis : Dark Magus  (Sony Legacy 2CD, 1997).

John Surman : Westering Home  (Fledgling CD, 2016).

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« Reply #557 on: August 19, 2019, 05:30:49 PM »


I've been a bit fed up with hearing people singing, so have listened to some instrumental jazz.

Miles Davis : Dark Magus  (Sony Legacy 2CD, 1997).

John Surman : Westering Home  (Fledgling CD, 2016).


I've been listening to quite a bit of jazz recently having just finished the Blue Note biog I was reading. My local HMV has quite a decent stock on vinyl and recently on the turntable has been...

Herbie Hancock - Takin' Off

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers - Moanin'
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« Reply #558 on: August 20, 2019, 12:41:45 PM »



 Anyone familiar with a singer-guitarist called Henry Parker? I've just purchased his album 'Silent Spring' through Bandcamp. Lovely stuff to my old ears. Vocal delivery a bit like Ryley Walker  Smiley

https://henryparker.bandcamp.com/album/silent-spring


From Henry's website "A devoted guitarist from the West Yorkshire town of Bingley, Henry Parker plays with an intricate finger-picking style that brings to mind the late 60’s folk, psych and progressive rock scenes, with influence drawn from the likes of Bert Jansch, Nick Drake, Pentangle and Fairport Convention. His songwriting lyrically entwines landscapes, people and politics with roots that run deep into the traditional folk songs of England."



Henry's other half is from Hull , Katie Spencer , who like myself is a huge fan of John Martyn and has released her first CD utilising ex players from JM's band. Katie and Henry are both great in their own ways and deserve a wider audience
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« Reply #559 on: August 20, 2019, 02:52:13 PM »

War War War by Country Joe . What a fabulous tale Jean Desprez is.
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