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Music is a medium that brings the world together like no other. It’s a language that can traverse verbal barriers and unite us as a planet. Therefore, it is hardly a surprise that in the podcast arena, there is a bevy of music news podcasts. Hear all the latest and greatest developments in the music industry from All Songs Considered and Song Exploder to deep commentary from NFR Podcast, OldMilk and Switched On Pop. Continue Reading >> Music is a medium that brings the world together like no other. It’s a language that can traverse verbal barriers and unite us as a planet. Therefore, it is hardly a surprise that in the podcast arena, there is a bevy of music news podcasts. Hear all the latest and greatest developments in the music industry from All Songs Considered and Song Exploder to deep commentary from NFR Podcast, OldMilk and Switched On Pop. << Show Less
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Supersister - Pudding en Gisteren Ballet - 1972 - Past Daily Nights At The Round Table. Supersister were a band more heard about than actually heard by a lot of people, particularly in the U.S. – at a time when Prog Rock was coming into its own, they were one of the premier bands out of Europe in the early 1970s. The Dutch four piece, consisting of Robert Jan Stips, keyboards and vocals. Ron van Eyck, bass. Sacha van Geest, Flute and Marco Vrolijk, drums were a remarkable ensemble, whose deft musicianship made them one of the leading lights of the movement. Often compared to bands like Caravan, more for their uniqueness in approach and tight ensemble than actual similarities, Supersister became a group of musicians musicians – a band other musicians listened to and got ideas from. Proof of that came in the form of a tribute to the band by fellow prog band Camel who named a track from their Mirage lp, Supertwister as a nod of appreciation to the band. Tonight, as a reminder if you haven’t heard them in a while, and as an introduction if you haven’t heard them yet, here is a track (the entire side 2) from their 3rd album Pudding en Gisteren recorded in 1972, which would prove to be their last album with the original lineup. Sadly, Supersister dissolved by 1974. A brief reunion in 2000 for the L.A. Progfest and a tour of Europe in 2001 was cut short when co-founder Sacha van Geest suddenly died of heart failure. The band reunited once again as a three piece in 2010, but it was again cut short by the death of original bassist Ron van Eyck before a scheduled performance at the 2011 Nearfest in Holland. One of the great and much-admired bands, who still sound as fresh and inventive today as they did 50 years ago.
B.H. Haggin Discussses Music Criticism - 1965 - Past Daily Talking Music. B.H. Haggin is a name that unless you were a record collector in the 1950s and 1960s, did not venture beyond Classical Music and were also an Opera fan you most likely have no idea who he was. For the record; B.H. Haggin was considered one of the foremost American music critics of his day starting in 1923, who wrote several books on the subject and was also considered something of an expert on the career of the conductor Arturo Toscanini. His reviews sparked controversy, outrage and occasionally adoration. He was from a school that didn’t flinch when being absolutely brutal, yet also showered praise where it was needed. He was part of that small coterie of critics whose word was considered gospel and who could also, without too much effort, make or break careers. And rather than seeking approval and peer friendship (by pretending to be “one of the guys”), critics of Haggin’s caliber were often considered the “last word” on something and really didn’t much care what the reader thought. Needless to say, they were rather feared by Artists and managers – and no amount of placating was going to change any minds once the typing got started. There were also rumors of axes to grind – sleights and personal affronts turned into vendettas and verbal assaults by the offended critic, no matter how petty they seemed to the reader or the people involved. That was the state of Music Criticism as it was in the 1940’s through to the mid-1960s. This interview of B.H. Haggin was conducted by Patricia Marx of WNYC and the syndicated radio series “American Portrait” in 1965.
Paul McCartney & Wings - in concert - 1972 - Past Daily Weekend Backstage Pass McCartney aficionados don’t need to scramble for reference books to find out about this one. It’s been around for a while, in various forms and no doubt you already have it. I’m running it this weekend because Sir Paul is currently knee-deep in his latest Got Back tour and everyone whose been in the audience has expressed nothing short of bliss for having attended. So I thought I would bring back a reminder of an early tour; fifty years ago, to be exact. Entire volumes have been devoted to McCartney in the studio and on the road – so I don’t need to add anything to the pot, save for the fact this is an early incarnation of Wings, the first actual band (as opposed to a backup ensemble) and comes around the time just after Wild Life was released and before Red Rose Speedway. The recordings come by way of the band soundboard and is a little disjointed in places – not to mention some tracks fade out and suddenly fade in. It’s a little rusty in spots and that’s because it wasn’t meant to be anything other than a transcription of a series of concerts that were all part of the Wings Over Europe Tour in 1972. But this is a historic document and one of the few earlier examples of McCartney jumping into a new phase of career. It’s also almost 50 years ago and that gives one pause. It does me, anyway. Enjoy the show and hopefully you got, or will get to see Paul McCartney in this latest tour.
Echo & The Bunnymen - In Concert - 1988 - Past Daily Soundbooth Echo & The Bunnymen in concert tonight. Recorded live at the Liverpool Empire in 1988 by BBC Radio 1 for their In Concert series. As a band who started life in 1978 as a cult attraction, Echo & The Bunnymen quickly evolved into one of the most popular Post-Punk/New Wave/Neo-Psych/Alternative bands of the 1980s. With their debut album reaching the top-20 in the UK album charts, their follow-up album in 1983 achieved mainstream success, hitting number 2 on the album charts and spinning off several top-10 hit singles. The success was not without shakeups and changes. The year this concert was broadcast (1988) founding member and singer Ian McCulloch would leave the band to pursue a solo career. This concert catches the band in the midst of changes. McCulloch would leave the band soon. Drummer Pete de Freitas would be killed in a motorcycle accident in 1989, and the band would call it quits by 1993. However, McCulloch and co-founder Will Sargent, along with original bass player Les Pattison resurrected Echo & The Bunnymen in 1996. Pattison again left in 1998, leaving McCulloch and Sargent the only two original members, as they are today. Still recording and releasing albums and still gigging. This particular concert has seen the light of day as an official (of sorts) release – first on lp and later on CD via Windsong. However, this is the re-broadcast of the In Concert/BBC version that was just recently aired by BBC 6 Music as part of their Concert Hour series. A band that was seminal during those formative days of New Wave and neo-Psych – mashing up and crossing over into several different genres was one aspect that made them an interesting band to watch. But like so many groups at the time, they were straddling the underground while making inroads to the mainstream – but it signified the real appeal of this group – that they were able to get their point across to a wide range of audiences gives you some idea of just how versatile and essential they were in the grand scheme of things. Turn it up and enjoy. Dancing is optional, but encouraged.
Rex Allen With The Sons Of The Pioneers - 1950 - Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry: Americana Edition The Rex Allen Show – July 21, 1950 – CBS Radio – Gordon Skene Sound Collection –
The American Jazz Quartet - Live In Austria - 1986 The American Jazz Quartet – Live at Jazz Festival Saalfelden – August 29, 1986 – ORF-Austria Radio –
Elkyn – In Session – 2022 – Past Daily Soundbooth Elkyn – aka: Joey Donnelly – aka: Breath of fresh air.
George Olsen And His Music – 1925 – Past Daily Nights At The Round Table – Musical Archeology George Olsen And His Music – Sugar Plumb – 1925 – RCA Victor – Gordon Skene Sound Collection
Two By The Billy Williams Quartet – 1951 – Past Daily Nights At The Round Table – Musical Archeology Two by The Billy Williams Quartet – MGM Records – Recorded December 1951 –
The Charioteers – 1942 – Past Daily Nights At The Round Table – Musical Archeology The Charioteers – Swing For Sale + – 1942 – Standard Transcription Library – Gordon Skene Sound Collection –
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