Tagged: Andy Warhol

The Stranglers

The Stranglers – In Session 1977 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Stranglers – In session for John Peel – March 7, 1977 – BBC Radio 1 – The Stranglers tonight. Their first session for John Peel, recorded on March 7, 1977 at The BBC. With a career spanning four decades, The Stranglers are one of the longest surviving and continuously...

The Pretty Things

The Pretty Things In Session – 1965-1967 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Pretty Things – In Session at The BBC – 1965/1967 – BBC Radio 1 – The Pretty Things were, if you remember, part of that initial wave of British Invasion bands which hit these shores in 1964/1965. They were, without a doubt, one of the rawest, most primal and...

Exploded View

Exploded View – Live At Route du Rock 2016 – Past Daily Soundbooth

  Exploded View, in concert at Route du Rock 2016, recorded only days ago (August 14). Okay – this may take a little getting used to. Simply put, Exploded View are doing something very new, while at the same time doing something rather old. Together only a few months, the...

Happy Mondays

Happy Mondays – In Session 1986 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Happy Mondays – in session for John Peel – April 1, 1986 – BBC Radio 1 – Starting off the week with Happy Mondays, in session for John Peel from April 1, 1986. Happy Mondays were one of the spearhead bands of the Madchester movement and one of the bands...

Thin Lizzy

Thin Lizzy – Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1976 – Past Daily Backstage Weekend

  Thin Lizzy – In Concert at Hammersmith Odeon – November 15, 1976 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Thin Lizzy this weekend. Recorded in concert at the Hammersmith Odeon on November 15, 1976. Thin Lizzy, during their career had a string of a dozen albums, numerous international hits, became...

Dog in business suit

April 4, 2016 – So Far, So-so. The Past Daily Spring Fundraiser

13 days and not quite 10% of our goal. Should I be worried? No – I know there’s a lot of you out there who are waiting for the last few days to pitch in – everybody likes the idea of down-to-the-wire, except the one on the receiving end. Here,...

The Damned: “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” – Weekend Pop Chronicles

The Damned: “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” – Weekend Pop Chronicles

The Damned: “Is She Really Going out With Him?” – Story of The Damned – BBC Radio 2 – The Damned, despite what you may have heard, really were the first Punk band to release a record – they were, in effect, the ones who got is all started. Oh,...

An Interview With Peter Max – 1974 – Past Daily Weekend Pop Chronicles

An Interview With Peter Max – 1974 – Past Daily Weekend Pop Chronicles

Peter Max – interview with James Day – July 11, 1974 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Peter Max, a name practically embedded in the collective psyche of anyone who was around during the 60s. Peter Max took the free expression and loopy sentiment of Psychedelia via the pioneers of...

The Matter Of Greece – December 15, 1944

The Matter Of Greece – December 15, 1944

Reports from Greece – December 15, 1944 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Greece became a center of attention for a while in December of 1944. With the rest of the world engulfed in fighting in the Pacific and the German armies facing rapid defeat throughout Europe, a civil war...

José Gonzalez – Live At Liseberg, Sweden – Nights At The Roundtable: Concert Edition

José Gonzalez – Live At Liseberg, Sweden – Nights At The Roundtable: Concert Edition

– José Gonzalez – live at Liseberg, Sweden – September 26, 2015 – Sveriges Radio – Swedish singer-songwriter José Gonzalez was born in Gothenburg – two years after his family fled the military-junta in Argentina and relocated in 1976, José was born. His musical influences are wide-ranging and far-reaching. Aside...