Vernal Equinoxing – The Kaleidophonic Stroboscope – April 2011

Spring is here and we’re seeing off another winter (at least in the Northern Hemisphere, we are). To mark the equinox, I’ve dug into the archive folder and found a show I recorded in April 2011…six years ago. Time flies, eh? It’s not exactly all light and airy, though. You’ve got some some weird-prog, courtesy of Peter Hammill, skewed indie-pop from Stephen Malkmus, low-key folk from Laura Marling and even the De La Soul track is a cautionary tale. Still, enjoy the mix and the (hopefully) warmer days!

Tracklist:

Intro.
Kingdom Come (Arthur Brown)Spirit Of Joy (1973 Polydor Records)
Peter HammillThe Institute Of Mental Health, Burning (1975 Charisma Records)
Mercury RevDowns Are Feminine Balloons (1993 Columbia Records)
Laura MarlingDarkness Descends (2010 Virgin Records)
The Firesign TheatreRadio Hour Hour – February 15, 1970 (“23 Skid Row Intro/Cloud Ears/Uvan The Terrible/Chastushki”) (taken from the “Duke Of Madness Motors” set – 2010 Seeland Records)
The Electric BananaBlow Your Mind (recorded in 1968 – released in 1999 on Carnabeat Records)
Ash Ra TempelDer Lauf Der Giraffen (recorded in 1974 – released in 1996 on “The Private Tapes” collection – Manikin Records)
The Neon VioletsThe Search (self-released in 2011)
Stephen MalkmusKindling For The Master (2005 Matador Records)
Billie HolidaySome Other Spring (1939 Vocalion/Columbia Records)
De La Soul3 Days Later (1993 Tommy Boy Records)

—————–THE VINYL VAULT——————-

Procol Harum – “Shine On Brightly” (1968 EMI/Regal Zonophone Records)

Magdalene, My Regal Zonophone
In Held ‘Twas In I

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Listen and download here: The Kaleidophonic Stroboscope – April 2011

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