Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Playlist for November 19th, 2008
HEMPSTEAD, NEW YORK
OCTOBER 7, 1975
broadcast live on WLIR FM radio on October 7, 1975. The band
is I would say at the height of their career at this point. Their
latest album " FREE HAND " had just been released in July 1975.
Here in front of a small studio audience at Ultrasonic recording
studio the group plays a smasher of a set and really shows the full
scope of their abilities. This tour features an amazing intro tape
to open the set showcasing the great composing and arranging skills
of Kerry Minnear ! There have been many versions of this show
bootlegged over the years. This version however, is from a 2nd
generation cassette dub of the broadcast. A small amount of audio
editing was used to fix gaps and FM noise. The resulting sound
quality is excellent. No official release of this show has ever come
out. So, enjoy this set by one of the greatest progressive rock
groups ever...Gentle Giant !
1. Band Introduction / Intro Tape
2. Cogs In Cogs
4. Funny Ways
5. The Runaway
7. The Boys In The Band
8. Raconteur Troubadour
10. The Advent Of Panurge
11. Free Hand
12. Just The Same / Outro Tape / Closing Band Introduction
Lineage: WLIR FM broadcast/cassette/Tascam CD-RW 5000/
Sony PC/Sound Forge 4.5/CD Wave editor/Flac
" Who Would Believe Me Now That My Hands Are Free, That My Hands Are Free"
Doctor B's attempted Nurse With Wound List entry, featuring
Andrew Liles - Droneworks Volume 7 (Twenty Hertz)
Plus musical samples, field recordings and found sounds scientifically mutated, manipulated and formulated for your listening pleasure!
Jefferson Airplane - A Small Package of Value/Young Girl Sunday Blues - After Bathing at Baxter's (RCA)
Bevis Frond - Down Again - Auntie Winnie ALbum (Reckless)
Can - Yoo Doo Right - Monster Movie (Spoon)
Van Der Graff Generator - Chemical World - The Pleasure Dome (Charisma)
Sesame Street - Everybody's got a Brain - Every Body's Record (CTW)
I won't be on the air next Wednesday, November 26th.
Tune in again on Wednesday, December 3rd.
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