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TOWARD THE UNKNOWN REGION


28 July 2008


Hour 1
Apologies for the technical problem - only one channel of the stereo mix  is on both channels.
This applies to hour 1 only

Goldfrapp-Tiptoe
Shirley & Dolly Collins-Are You Going To Leave Me
Ed Harcourt-The Hammer and the Nail
Pulp-Common People (vocoder mix)
William Shatner with Joe Jackson-Common People
Fast 'n' Bulbous-When It Blows Its Stacks
Captain Beefheart-When It Blows Its Stacks
Placebo-Passive Aggressive
Roy Budd Trio-Get Carter
Aphrodites Child-Altamont:

"This is the sight we had one day
on the High Mountain
We saw a lamb with seven eyes
We saw a beast with seven horns

and a book sealed with seven seals
Seven angels with seven trumpets
and seven bowls filed with anger

Those are the pictures
of what was
of what is
of what is to come


We are the people
the rolling people
the why people
the waiting people
the wanting people
the tambourine people
the alternative people
the angel people"
Music composed and produced by Vangelis.
lyrics by Costas Ferris

A sign of the End Times?

More info about 666: http://www.engelen.demon.nl/666story.htm

and on a lighter note...

Cheech & Chong-Basketball Jones


Hour 2
Van Morrison-Astral Weeks
Richie Havens with Steve Hackett-How Can I?
Procol Harum-Your Own Choice/About To Die/Whiskey Train
King Crimson-In The Wake Of Poseidon
Quicksand-Home Is Where I Belong?
Kraftwerk-Europe Endless
Quicksilver Messenger Service-What About Me?
Serpentine-I've Only Got Myself

Hour 3
Traffic-Giving To You
Uriah Heep-The Park
David McWilliams-Lord Offaly
Strawbs-Here It Comes
Czar-Cecelia
Bert Sommer-On The Other Side
Jack Bruce-To Isengard
Cream-White Room
Prince Jazzbo-Mr Harry Skank
King Tubby-Great Stone
Jefferson Handkerchief-I'm Allergic To Flowers



Interested in the Mellotron? Want to check whether any of the songs played feature a Mellotron? Visit:     

The Ultimate Recordings List (probably)

Instrumental backgrounds: Henry Purcell-Ground www.baroquecds.com
and Bama Winds interpretation of Traffic's "The Dealer"

Head Like A Hole

To Those Who Love...                                                                                                                 Time Is Eternity...


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