Daily Archive: October 25, 2020

The Red Krayola 0

The Red Krayola – 1967 – Past Daily – Nights At The Round Table

Further evidence the heady days of 1967 were not the exclusive domain of L.A., San Francisco, New York or London. The Red Krayola, probably one of the most wildly influential yet strangely un-commercial bands to emerge from that period, came from Texas. In fact, they were in that classic mold...

(Sir) Malcolm Arnold 0

BBC Concert Orchestra – Vilem Tausky – Malcolm Arnold – 1957 – Weekend Gramophone

BBC Concert Orchestra – Vilem Tausky and Malcolm Arnold, conductors – Michael Krein, Saxophone – 1957 From a weekly series of concerts featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, a program of works by Malcolm Arnold, Ronald Binge and Sidney Torch with Vilem Tausky and Malcolm Arnold (conducting his own works) and...

The 80s Looking At The 60s 0

It’s 1982 – You’re A Teenager – You Live In L.A. – You Decided You Don’t Like The 80s Anymore – The 60s Speak To You.

KLOS-FM – Bob Coburn – July 1982 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Two years into it and the 80s suck – you hate everything about it – the music, the hair, the clothes. Everybody is listening to New Wave – New Wave is boring. You want the 60s. Your...

Arthur Blythe - live at Public Theatre - 1979 0

Arthur Blythe Quintet – Live At The Public Theatre, New York – 1979 – Past Daily Downbeat

Arhtur Blythe Quintet – Live at The Public Theatre, New York – May 4, 1979 – NPR: Jazz Alive! series – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Arthur Blythe Quintet, in concert at The Public Theatre in New York and recorded for National Public Radio’s Jazz Alive! series on May 4,...