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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 15 Feb 2023, 13:47

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 16th February





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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 16 Feb 2023, 18:56

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 24th February




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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 20 Feb 2023, 16:14

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 24th February




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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 24 Feb 2023, 21:09

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 24th February

This coming week:

Tuesday 28th February
February Birthday Bash - Tony Iommi - Black Sabbath - Reunion CD2
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Disc Two

1. "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" 4:43
2. "Orchid/Lord of This World" 7:07
3. "Dirty Women" 6:29
4. "Black Sabbath" 7:07
5. "Iron Man" 8:21
6. "Embryo/Children of the Grave" 6:30
7. "Paranoid" 4:28
8. "Psycho Man" (Iommi, Osbourne) 5:18
9. "Selling My Soul" (Iommi, Osbourne) 3:10





Friday 3rd March
Jethro Tull - Bursting Out [CD1]
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Disc one

1. "Introduction by Claude Nobs" 0:50
2. "No Lullaby" 4:48
3. "Sweet Dream" 6:30
4. "Skating Away on the Thin Ice of the New Day" 4:30
5. "Jack in the Green" 3:13
6. "One Brown Mouse" 3:53
7. "A New Day Yesterday" 2:27
8. "Flute Solo Improvisation / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen / Bourée [medley]" (Instrumental) 6:08
9. "Songs from the Wood" 2:40
10. "Thick as a Brick" 12:27



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Then:

Tuesday 7th March
Manfred Mann’s Earthband - The Roaring Silence
Wayne Shorter - In Memoriam

Friday 10th March
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III

_____________________________

Tuesday 14th March
La Düsseldorf - La Düsseldorf

Friday 17th March
Van Der Graaf Generator - Godbluff
____________________________

Tuesday 21st March
Leslie West - Mountain

Friday 24th March
Subject to availability: Soft Machine - Drop

Released January 20, 2009, this album documents an often-overlooked phase in the long, complex history of Soft Machine: Australian drummer Phil Howard's five-month interim behind the kit, after Robert Wyatt's departure (prior to the arrival of his eventual long-term replacement, John Marshall).Howard was brought into Soft Machine by saxophonist Elton Dean, with both being members of Elton's side project at the time, Just Us. Under their combined influence, the band became freer and wilder than in any other time of its' long, storied existence. Illustrated by this great live recording from the German leg of their "Fifth" tour, the "Phil Howard Soft Machine edition" does swing with wreckless abandon.This was a very rare, special event, documented for the first time here on CD. Although it was a brief run, there were some sizzling moments as the band soared without restraint, continually pushing itself further.For both new and old fans of Soft Machine, this is an album to savor -- and an essential part of any Soft Machine and free jazz collection.
credits


MIKE RATLEDGE: Lowrey organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano
ELTON DEAN: saxello, alto sax, Fender Rhodes electric piano
HUGH HOPPER: bass guitar
PHIL HOWARD: tubs

Recorded live during the German tour in the Fall of 1971.

Dedicated to the memory of Elton Dean and Hugh Hopper.

_____________________________

Tuesday 28th March
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 31st March
Skin Alley - To Pagham and Beyond

_____________________________

Tuesday 4th April
Roxy Music: Avalon

Friday 7th April
Family - Entertainment

_____________________________

Tuesday 11th April
John Coltrane - Traneing In

Friday 14th April
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel

________________________________

Tuesday 18th April
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 21st April
Nucleus - Elastic Rock


___________________________________

Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Jean-Luc Ponty - Mystical Adventures

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory







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Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 27 Feb 2023, 15:45

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[Updated 2nd March]

*****The List*****


Trace - Trace
Mrs Mills - Music Hall Party
Wallenstein - Mother Universe
Pete Townshend - Empty Glass
Crosby Nash - Wind on the Water
David Crosby - If I Could only Remember my Name
Yes - Yesshows CD1
Johnny Winter - album to follow
Sensational Alex Harvey Band - album to follow
Gentle Giant - album to follow
Crusaders - album to follow
Black Sabbath - Volume 4





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Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 02 Mar 2023, 22:18

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 5th March

This coming week:

Tuesday 14th March
La Düsseldorf - La Düsseldorf

Friday 17th March
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Street Survivors
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Tuesday 21st March
Leslie West - Mountain

Friday 24th March
Subject to availability: Soft Machine - Drop

Released January 20, 2009, this album documents an often-overlooked phase in the long, complex history of Soft Machine: Australian drummer Phil Howard's five-month interim behind the kit, after Robert Wyatt's departure (prior to the arrival of his eventual long-term replacement, John Marshall).Howard was brought into Soft Machine by saxophonist Elton Dean, with both being members of Elton's side project at the time, Just Us. Under their combined influence, the band became freer and wilder than in any other time of its' long, storied existence. Illustrated by this great live recording from the German leg of their "Fifth" tour, the "Phil Howard Soft Machine edition" does swing with wreckless abandon.This was a very rare, special event, documented for the first time here on CD. Although it was a brief run, there were some sizzling moments as the band soared without restraint, continually pushing itself further.For both new and old fans of Soft Machine, this is an album to savor -- and an essential part of any Soft Machine and free jazz collection.
credits


MIKE RATLEDGE: Lowrey organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano
ELTON DEAN: saxello, alto sax, Fender Rhodes electric piano
HUGH HOPPER: bass guitar
PHIL HOWARD: tubs

Recorded live during the German tour in the Fall of 1971.

Dedicated to the memory of Elton Dean and Hugh Hopper.

_____________________________

Tuesday 28th March
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 31st March
Skin Alley - To Pagham and Beyond

_____________________________

Tuesday 4th April
Roxy Music: Avalon

Friday 7th April
Family - Entertainment

_____________________________

Tuesday 11th April
John Coltrane - Traneing In

Friday 14th April
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel

________________________________

Tuesday 18th April
Manfred Mann’s Earthband - The Roaring Silence


Friday 21st April
Nucleus - Elastic Rock


___________________________________

Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Jean-Luc Ponty - Mystical Adventures

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



oooof!






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Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 05 Mar 2023, 13:30

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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 11 Mar 2023, 17:28

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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 18 Mar 2023, 16:20

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 18th March

This coming week:

Tuesday 21st March
Leslie West - Mountain

Friday 24th March
Soft Machine - Drop

Bandcamp
https://softmachine-moonjune.bandcamp.com/album/drop

1. Neo Caliban Grides 06:23
2. All White 06:14
3. Slightly All the Time 13:16
4. Drop 07:40
5. M.C. 03:24
6. Out-Bloody-Rageous 11:30
7. As If 06:09
8. Dark Swing 01:54
9. Intropigling 00:52
10. Pigling Bland 04:44


Released January 20, 2009, this album documents an often-overlooked phase in the long, complex history of Soft Machine: Australian drummer Phil Howard's five-month interim behind the kit, after Robert Wyatt's departure (prior to the arrival of his eventual long-term replacement, John Marshall).Howard was brought into Soft Machine by saxophonist Elton Dean, with both being members of Elton's side project at the time, Just Us. Under their combined influence, the band became freer and wilder than in any other time of its' long, storied existence. Illustrated by this great live recording from the German leg of their "Fifth" tour, the "Phil Howard Soft Machine edition" does swing with wreckless abandon.This was a very rare, special event, documented for the first time here on CD. Although it was a brief run, there were some sizzling moments as the band soared without restraint, continually pushing itself further.For both new and old fans of Soft Machine, this is an album to savour and an essential part of any Soft Machine and free jazz collection.
credits


MIKE RATLEDGE: Lowrey organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano
ELTON DEAN: saxello, alto sax, Fender Rhodes electric piano
HUGH HOPPER: bass guitar
PHIL HOWARD: tubs

Recorded live during the German tour autumn 1971.

Dedicated to the memory of Elton Dean and Hugh Hopper.

_____________________________

Tuesday 28th March
Skin Alley - To Pagham and Beyond


Friday 31st March
Derek & The Dominos - Layla and the Assorted Love Songs

______________________________

Tuesday 4th April
Roxy Music: Avalon

Friday 7th April
Family - Entertainment

_____________________________

Tuesday 11th April
John Coltrane - Traneing In

Friday 14th April
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel

________________________________

Tuesday 18th April
Manfred Mann’s Earthband - The Roaring Silence


Friday 21st April
Nucleus - Elastic Rock


___________________________________

Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



oooof!






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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 18 Mar 2023, 16:31

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[Updated 18th March]

*****The List*****

Pete Townshend - Empty Glass

Yes - Yesshows CD1
Amon Düül II - Tanz der Lemminge [sides A,B & C]
Mrs Mills - Music Hall Party
Wallenstein - Mother Universe
Crosby Nash - Wind on the Water
David Crosby - If I Could only Remember my Name
Trace - Trace
Jean-Luc Ponty - Mystical Adventures
Johnny Winter - album to follow
Sensational Alex Harvey Band - album to follow
Gentle Giant - album to follow
Crusaders - album to follow
Black Sabbath - Volume 4





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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 27 Mar 2023, 08:41

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[Updated 18th March]

*****The List*****

Pete Townshend - Empty Glass
Yes - Yesshows CD1
Amon Düül II - Tanz der Lemminge [sides A,B & C]
Mrs Mills - Music Hall Party
Wallenstein - Mother Universe
Crosby Nash - Wind on the Water
David Crosby - If I Could only Remember my Name
Trace - Trace
Jean-Luc Ponty - Mystical Adventures
Johnny Winter - album to follow
Sensational Alex Harvey Band - album to follow
Gentle Giant - album to follow
Crusaders - album to follow
Black Sabbath - Volume 4





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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 27 Mar 2023, 08:42

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 27th March

This coming week:

Tuesday 28th March
Skin Alley - To Pagham and Beyond


Friday 31st March
Derek & The Dominos - Layla and the Assorted Love Songs

______________________________

Tuesday 4th April
Roxy Music: Avalon

Friday 7th April
Family - Entertainment

_____________________________

Tuesday 11th April
John Coltrane - Traneing In

Friday 14th April
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel

________________________________

Tuesday 18th April
Manfred Mann’s Earthband - The Roaring Silence


Friday 21st April
Nucleus - Elastic Rock


___________________________________

Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: PSL News [inc. May]

Postby fange » 27 Mar 2023, 11:06

Grant Green?
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Re: PSL News [inc. May]

Postby C » 27 Mar 2023, 13:33

fange wrote:Grant Green?


Jazz Synch Listens are separate

Sunday 2nd April at 8pm


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Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 03 Apr 2023, 14:39

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 3rd April

This week:

Tuesday 4th April
Roxy Music: Avalon

Friday 7th April
In Memoriam - Ray Shulman - details to follow

_____________________________


Tuesday 11th April
Family - Entertainment


Friday 14th April
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel


______________________________

Tuesday 18th April
Manfred Mann’s Earthband - The Roaring Silence


Friday 21st April
Nucleus - Elastic Rock


___________________________________

Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



oooof!






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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 11 Apr 2023, 18:00

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 11th April

This week:

Tuesday 11th April
Family - Entertainment


Friday 14th April
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel


_____________________________

Tuesday 18th April
Manfred Mann’s Earthband - The Roaring Silence


Friday 21st April
Nucleus - Elastic Rock


___________________________________

Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



oooof!






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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 17 Apr 2023, 19:18

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 17th April

This week:


Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



oooof!






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Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News

Postby C » 18 Apr 2023, 15:51

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[Updated 18th April]

*****The List*****

Roxy Music - Avalon
Pete Townshend - Empty Glass
Yes - Yesshows CD1
Amon Düül II - Tanz der Lemminge [sides A,B & C]
Mrs Mills - Music Hall Party
Wallenstein - Mother Universe
Crosby Nash - Wind on the Water
David Crosby - If I Could only Remember my Name
Trace - Trace
Jean-Luc Ponty - Mystical Adventures
Johnny Winter - album to follow
Sensational Alex Harvey Band - album to follow
Gentle Giant - album to follow
Crusaders - album to follow
Black Sabbath - Volume 4





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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 22 Apr 2023, 15:27

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 17th April

This week:


Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name



oooof!






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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.

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Re: LL/PSL News [Thanks LMG]

Postby C » 27 Apr 2023, 17:14

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UPDATED SCHEDULE - 27th April

This week:


Tuesday 25th April
Joy Division - Closer

Friday 28th April
Guru Guru - Känguru

___________________________________

Tuesday 2nd May
Anthony Moore - Flying Doesn't Help

Friday 5th May
Japan - Tin Drum

____________________________________

Tuesday 9th May
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Friday 12th May
Roxy Music - Manifesto

_____________________________________

Tuesday 16th May
Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Friday 19th May
Cluster - Sowiesoso

_________________________

Tuesday 23rd May
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

Friday 26th May
Neil Young - Ragged Glory

___________________________

Tuesday 30th May
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come

Friday 2nd June
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name

_____________________________

Tuesday 6th June
Pete Townshend - Empty Glass


Friday 9th June
Yes - Yesshows CD1

_________________________________

Tuesday 13th June
Crosby Nash - Wind on the Water

Friday 16th June
Amon Düül II - Tanz der Lemminge [sides A,B & C]

__________________________________

Tuesday 20th June
Wallenstein - Mother Universe

Friday 23rd June
David Crosby - If I Could only Remember my Name

__________________________________

Tuesday 27th June
Trace - Trace

Friday 30th June
Roxy Music - Avalon

__________________________________


oooof!







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NMB wrote:I much prefer tuneless twaddle to tuneful twaddle.

Jazz generally does have a tune but they don’t necessarily play it to you.


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