Friday, 8 September 2017

Gute Nacht Herr Czukay 2 Mix

Late Night Radio
Boat Woman Song (Technical Space Composer's Crew with Rolf Dammers)
Premonition (Giant Empty Iron Vessel) (with David Sylvian)
On The Way To The Peak of Normal
Animal Waves (with CAN)
My Can-Axis

Gute Nacht Herr Czukay Mix

Voice of Bulgaria
Witches' Multipication Table
Mapping (with Phew)
Hey Baba Reebop
Biomutanten (Les Vampyrettes)
Sleazy (with Jah Wobble & The Edge)
Do The Fleischwurst (with S.Y.P.H.)
Full Circle R.P.S. (No 7) (with Jah Wobble & Jaki Liebezeit)
Mutability (A New Beginning Is In The Offing) (Detail) (with David Sylvian)
Persian Love

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

R.I.P. Holger Czukay

Friday, 1 September 2017

'Public Enemy Door is always open not for Bulsht'

Flav will be ok. @tmz Drama is beneath me considering our Age. It's low entertainment but I definitely like to find those 50 songs he wrote
Quite a lot more from Chuck D on this subject 

Neil Young - Hitchhiker (NPR Albumstream)

(...) Sometimes you grab whatever is close at hand and just get busy. The hours go by like minutes, and the next thing you know, the bucket is full.
So it was for Neil Young on August 11, 1976, at Indigo Studios in Malibu.
The Canadian singer and songwriter had material he'd been developing, including three songs that became part of his landmark Rust Never Sleeps with Crazy Horse – "Pocahontas," "Powderfinger" and "Ride My Llama."
He showed up with acoustic guitar and harmonica (moving to piano for the final track, "The Old Country Waltz"), and after a shaky-voiced check-in with the control room – the first utterance is Young on the talkback microphone, asking longtime collaborator David Briggs "You ready, Briggs?" – he put down stark, blueprint-like solo renditions of songs that he'd develop into fervent anthems on later albums. There's no affectation, no studio agony – just the songs, served straight up...

Don Letts and Turtle Bay present REGGAE 45 Mixes

Via Turtle Bay

Then & Now

Via MAD Magazine