Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Episode 18

a tribute to Hugh Hopper (1945—2009)

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1. Soft Machine — "Facelift" (live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 1970-08-13, from Live at the Proms 1970, released 1988)

2. Daevid Allen Trio — "Love Is a Careless Sea" (live, Marquee Club, London, 1963-06-03)

3. early influences interview clip (interview by Mark Hewins, 2007)

4. Wilde Flowers — "Those Words They Say" (recorded spring 1966, from The Wilde Flowers compilation, released 1994)

5. Soft Machine — "Memories" (from Jet-Propelled Photographs, recorded 1967, released 1976)

6. Soft Machine — "Box 25/4 Lid" (from The Soft Machine, 1968)

7. Soft Machine — "Box 25/4 Lid" (from The Soft Machine, 1968)

8. Delta Saxophone Quartet with Hugh Hopper, Simon Pearson and Yumi Hara Calkwell — "Wrapped Box 25/4 Lid (with Ribbons)" (live Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, 2008-02-08)

9. Soft Machine history interview clip (origins and date unknown)

10. Soft Machine — "Dedicated to You, But You Weren't Listening" (from Volume 2, 1969)

11. Hugh Hopper — "Minitrue Reprise" (from 1984, 1973)

12. Hugh Hopper and Kramer — "John Milton is Dead" (from A Remark Hugh Made, 1995)

13. Damon and Naomi — "Memories" (live at Toadstool Books, Peterborough, NH, 2008-05-31)

14. effects pedals interview excerpt 1

16. Hugh Hopper — "Lily Kong/12-8 Theme" (from Monster Band, 1978)

17. Soft Head — "C.R.R.C." (from Rogue Element, recorded live Bresse-sur-Grosne, France, May 1978)

18. effects pedals interview excerpt 2 (Mark Hewins interview, 2007)

19. Hugh Hopper and Robert Wyatt — "Was a Friend" (from Parabolic Versions, 2000)

20. Hugh Hopper and Alan Gowen — "Morning Order" (from Two Rainbows Daily, 1980)

21. Common — "Nag Champa (Afrodisiac for the World)" [excerpt] (from Like Water for Chocolate, 2000)

22. creativity in looping interview excerpt

23. Terry Riley — "Music For the Gift III" (from Music for the Gift, 1963)

24. tape loops interview excerpt (Mark Hewins interview, 2007)

25. Gilgamesh — "Playtime" (from Another Fine Tune You've Got Me Into, 1978)

26. lurching loops interview excerpt (Mark Hewins interview, 2007)

27. Soft Machine — "Spaced Four" [excerpt] (from Spaced, recorded 1969, released 1996)

28. Isotope — "E-Dorian" (from Illusion, 1975)

29. Caravan — "Nine Feet Underground" [excerpt] (from In the Land of Grey and Pink, 1971)

30. Kevin Ayers — "The Unfairground" (from The Unfairground, 2007)

31. Robert Wyatt & Friends — "Little Red Riding Hood Hit the Road" (from Theatre Royal Drury Lane, recorded 1974-09-08, released 2005)

32. Syd Arthur — "Dorothy" (from On An On, 2012)

33. Gong — "You Can't Kill Me" (from Camembert Electrique, 1971)

34. Brainville — "March of the Goodbyes" (from The Children's Crusade, 1999)

35. Lindsay Cooper and friends — "Liberty Bonds" (live at Lillian Bayless Theatre, London, 1993-22-05)

36. Hugh Hopper — "Lonely Woman" (from Hopper Tunity Box, 1977)

37. early jazz influences interview clip (origin and date unknown)

38. The Ornette Coleman Quartet — "Kaleidoscope" (from This is Our Music, 1961)

39. Soft Machine influence interview clip (origin and date unknown)

40. Soft Machine — "M C" (from 5, 1972)

41. Hugh and Brian Hopper — "That's Alright Mama" (recorded summer 1962, from Canterburied Sounds vol. 3)

[voiceover ambience: Robert Wyatt (and Hugh Hopper) — "'Twas Brillig" (from Solar Flares Burn For You, 2003)]




errata and clarifications:

I gave the name of the Cameroonian sax player in the Polite Force as "Mark Metto" — I meant to say "Max Metto".





















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