Daily Archive: March 25, 2018

Fabienne DelSol

15 Minutes With Fabienne DelSol – 2006-2010 – Nights At The Round Table – The MySpace Years

Fabienne DelSol – Songs from 2006-2010 – Damaged Goods Records – During that comparatively brief period when MySpace was a wonderful portal to Creative people from all over the world meeting up in one place and showing off their stuff, there were more bands per square foot than any other...

Charles Gounod

Fernand Oubradous And Students Of The Conservatoire de Paris Play Music Of Gounod – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Charles Gounod: Petite Symphonie for Winds – Student Orchestra of the Paris Conservatory – Fernand Oubradous, cond. – 1952 Broadcast performance – ORTF-Paris – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Although far from being overlooked and under appreciated, Charles Gounod is primarily thought of as a composer of Opera and Choral...

Eleanor Perry

Eleanor Perry Discusses Writing, Film And Feminism – 1974 – Past Daily Gallimaufry

Eleanor Perry – Interviewed by Arthur Knight – In Conversation Series – October 28, 1974 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Eleanor Perry, who left before the changes and upheavals in the film business started, would have been heartened by the current state of affairs. Probably would have given a...

John Abercrombie - Ralph Towner

John Abercrombie And Ralph Towner – Live In Hamburg – 1984 – Past Daily Downbeat

John Abercrombie and Ralph Towner – In Concert at NDR Funkhaus – Hamburg, Germany – May 8, 1984 – NDR-Transcription – The heady and soothing sounds of John Abercrombie and Ralph Towner this weekend. Completely apropos and a wonderful reminder of what a talent John Abercrombie was and how much...

The Sidderelys

The Siddeleys In Session – 1988 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Siddeleys – In session for John Peel – Sept. 13, 1988 – broadcast Sept. 26, 1988 – The Siddeleys for a Saturday Night/Sunday Morning. Together a very short period of time (1986-1989) – expectations, fan base, good reviews – all the pluses. So what happened? Maybe reading an excerpt...