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  Moderator woensdag 19 juli 2017 @ 12:26:13 #101
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Today we’re tripping out to ‘Gone & Passes By’. Despite their obvious Rolling Stones fixations, vintage TV footage of the Chocolate Watchband shows glassy-eyed singer Dave Aguilar performing in the kind of heightened state that even Jagger & Co. woulda saved for AFTER their performance! Genuinely psychedelic but manipulated every which way by Machiavellian producer Ed Cobb, the Watchband you hear on disc is often not the Watchband at all, being instead several of Cobb’s associates getting down while the real band was out fulfilling tour commitments. Nevertheless, their three studio LPs all demand proper attention, and their debut LP NO WAY OUT – whence comes this classic – is especially recommended for its robust riffage and musical consistency.

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  Moderator donderdag 20 juli 2017 @ 09:38:34 #102
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Vandaag herinneren we ons de dood van dieter moebius

DEATH OF DIETER MOEBIUS
The communal aspects of Krautrock have ensured that most of the greatest output of that genre will always be perceived as acts of union, as beautiful collective statements. It is fitting, therefore, that it is upon the slender shoulders of Dieter Moebius that representing all of Krautrock for the SydArthur Festival has fallen. It is righteous indeed, for like so many of his immediate contemporaries, Moebius was a multi-tasking, multi-genre-splitting high achiever of the first order. He always chose his collaborators well: Tangerine Dream’s Conrad Schnitzler, Can’s Holger Czukay, Neu’s Michael Rother, legendary Krautrock producer Conny Plank and of course his Cluster colleague Hans-Joachim Roedelius. Aspirational in everything, Moebius even gave away his own art credits – never laying claim to some of those pop art classics we most adore: Harmonia’s debut and Cluster II included.

It was written by Werner Pieper, former manager of Amon Düül II, that Krautrockers – as the children of “Adolf Hitler’s footfolk” – were musicians who needed to create music so intense and cleansing that it absolved them all of their forefathers’ sins. This demand for freedom within their art was both righteous and deliberate: it should never be forgotten, for it is at the very heart of what constitutes “Krautrock”. And out of this need and demand, Krautrockers created their own medicines and meditations with which to sooth their tortured souls. How this music has endured. Its pop art ingredients being so all-pervasive – industrial sounds, urban traffic noise, western TV, the weather itself – has ensured that however visceral the genre became, it has by this time in the 21st century continued to serve the musical underground through the sheer powerdrive of its execution. Whether soft or hard, Krautrock is always extreme.

The incendiary collective power of Krautrock and those involved was achieved only at the expense of Europe’s sanity. For without Hitler’s World Fuck Up, there would never have been a need for future German youth to create such a vivid musical dance. Unless the world is enduring similar problems, we cannot therefore hope to witness artists of such calibre in the future.

en luisteren we naar pärson sound


Today we’re listening to the still-futuristic ‘Tio Minuter’. Making their music not in the rock’n’roll clubs but from the la-de-da surroundings of Sweden’s Modern Museum, the slow-burning career of Pärson Sound was the result of a mid-60’s collaboration between avant-garde composers Terry Riley and Bo Anders Persson, the latter assembling suitable musicians for the project from Stockholm’s underground scene. When Riley moved on, Andy Warhol moved in … to his 1967 Swedish exhibition, for which he commissioned Persson to provide an appropriate soundtrack. Earlier even than Tokyo’s Taj Mahal Travellers, Pärson Sound cannibalized the tumult of the Velvet Underground’s ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ even more thoroughly than MONSTER MOVIE-period Can. Strung out, burned out, inchoate and stumbling – Pärson Sound was a full three decades ahead of their time. How bothersome for them!
En mochten we vallen dan is het omhoog. - Krang (uit: Pantani)
My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
Water: ijskoud de hardste - Gehenna
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  donderdag 20 juli 2017 @ 09:55:22 #103
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hehe ik vind dat Pärson Sound juist typisch jaren '60 en daardoor lekker nostalgisch klinken :P
  Moderator donderdag 20 juli 2017 @ 10:01:05 #104
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10s.gif Op donderdag 20 juli 2017 09:55 schreef Gehenna het volgende:
hehe ik vind dat Pärson Sound juist typisch jaren '60 en daardoor lekker nostalgisch klinken :P
Denk dat meneer cope niet iets meer krautig klinkends kon vinden uit 1967 :D
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My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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  Moderator vrijdag 21 juli 2017 @ 09:23:08 #105
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Today let’s celebrate the extravagant sound of Circus Maximus, whose debut LP combined the traditional songs of Jerry Jeff ‘Mr Bojangles’ Walker and the mighty guitar of avant-garde artist Bob Bruno. But while the raga-spew avalanche of ‘Travellin’ Around’ ensured that no listener could ever forget, the poor distribution of the band’s label Vanguard Records guaranteed that few even got the chance to hear. Indeed, J. Cope bought his mint unplayed copy for 80p a full 11 years after its release!

En mochten we vallen dan is het omhoog. - Krang (uit: Pantani)
My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
Water: ijskoud de hardste - Gehenna
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  Moderator zaterdag 7 juli 2018 @ 17:12:14 #106
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Vandaag begint de derde editie van het sydarthur festival. Het enige festival wat je gewoon thuis kunt vieren.

http://www.sydarthurfesti(...)death-of-syd-barrett


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My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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  zondag 8 juli 2018 @ 13:44:12 #107
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*O* ik haal het later deze week wel even in :D
  zondag 8 juli 2018 @ 13:47:02 #108
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Ja ik ook, maandag ofzo.

Altijd leuk, kunst en leuke feitjes ontdekken O+
  Moderator zondag 8 juli 2018 @ 18:32:29 #109
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Dag 2 de dood van percy shelly tezamen met dit liedje uit 75


http://www.sydarthurfesti(...)percy-bysshe-shelley

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My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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  Moderator maandag 9 juli 2018 @ 09:27:55 #110
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dag 3

For Day 3 of the SydArthur Festival, we’re delighted to bring you a song that’s been on our turntable since 1982. ’My Plan’ by Russ Giguere is an astonishingly emotional near-religious account of a psychedelic experience. Taken from his ambitious and only solo LP, HEXAGRAM 16, no one could have expected this deluge from an ex-member of the delightfully breezy Association. But while only HEXAGRAM 16’s ‘Pegasus’ reached similar lofty realms as this song, it’s the Van Dyke Parks-ian/David Ackles-ian lyrics by Nilsson and Mike Nesmith collaborator Bill Martin that so successfully keeps this song anchored to its own time.

helaas een youtube filmpje dat niet werkt ;(

daarom een andere:

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My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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  Moderator woensdag 11 juli 2018 @ 09:58:41 #111
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Dag vier :


The 2018 SydArthur Moon is something. These past few nights, its crescent glow brands itself into the night sky. What better way, then, to take in the grand display of this next festival song – ‘Yaca’ – by the Italian folk band, Aedi. What an outpouring; its exhortations rending the fabric of the Earth itself. Perhaps Aedi’s singer Celeste Carboni appears more daring to us because, singing for sure in her second language, she dares to let forth with the very un-modern ‘I want your passion’ – and how grand it feels.
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My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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  Moderator woensdag 11 juli 2018 @ 10:00:26 #112
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En vandaag dag 5


Can you see the crescent moon in the sky today? It’s getting down to nothing more than a sliver. Now’s the perfect time to dance to ‘Hollentanz’ by Günter Schickert.

Oh, this recording veritably crackles with the party strains of Woden’s wild hunt and dry bracken under the bare feet of dancers in a young forest. From Schickert’s only-recently-reissued epic album KINDER IN DER WILDNIS (Child in the Wilderness), ‘Hollentanz’, along with several other standout tracks, is ample evidence of why Krautrock has remained such a sustaining life-force.

How can such a grand artist as Schickert remain unsung, even to many genuine Kraut aficionados? It must be because he spent so much of the 70s in a behind-the-scenes role – routining Far East Family Band’s epic trip-out LP PARALLEL WORLD, keeping the synths of Klaus Schulze happy when the latter was on tour – Shickert’s free-power-trio GAM barely registering, his 1974 album SAMTVOGEL his sole major 70s release.

So do search out KINDER IN DER WILDNIS – but, in the meantime, hang on to your hats with ‘Hollentanz’.
En mochten we vallen dan is het omhoog. - Krang (uit: Pantani)
My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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  Moderator vrijdag 13 juli 2018 @ 09:18:00 #113
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dag 6 (ik ben slordig dit jaar)

Henry David Thoreau's Birthday

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Today on Day 6 of the SydArthur Festival, let us salute the eloquence and robustness of Henry David Thoreau’s still-modern vision with as grand a musical hymn to the frontiersman spirit as the rock’n’roll era, surely, has yet produced: David Ackles’ incredible 1972 epic ‘The Montana Song’.

Telling the tale of a visit to his grandparents’ now-derelict home, Ackles used his big Elektra Records recording budget to hire London’s enormous IBC Studios and a huge orchestra with which to subdue and entrance his listeners. One-time producer of The Teardrop Explodes, Hugh Jones tells of how, as a young IBC tape-operator assisting in the recording of this track, he was entranced by the backwoodsman demeanour of David Ackles himself, who would every day arrive with his handwritten musical charts for the orchestra carefully piled into the back of a knapsack. None of the Elektra executives had a clue where Ackles went at night. A single listen to ‘The Montana Song’ will allow us to imagine him orchestrating by the glow of his Thames embankment campfire.

En mochten we vallen dan is het omhoog. - Krang (uit: Pantani)
My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
Water: ijskoud de hardste - Gehenna
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  Moderator vrijdag 13 juli 2018 @ 09:19:06 #114
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dag 7

vrijdag de dertiende en volle maan

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It’s Day 7 of the SydArthur Festival, the New Moon, and Friday the 13th – unlucky for some. Ah, but for we rock’n’roll heathens stomping in the summer heat, dowsing our World Cup blues in the idiot dance of the moment, it’s time to summon ‘Fire Spirit’ by the Gun Club. ‘Fire Spirit’ invokes the ignis-fatuus, the foolish fire, the Kundalini-esque thrill-spirit that snaps at us and whips us in the rock’n’roll of our dervish dance. Sung and intoned by the late Jeffrey Lee Pierce, herein his low-key California hillbilly drawl never falls below the buzzsaw ramalama guitar levels of his Gun Club, despite at times barely horse-whispering his lyrics. “I will be cheating, the whole ritual!”
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My favourite music is the music I haven't yet heard - John Cage
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