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The New Abnormal

May 13, 2022 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM

With ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ

The Canterbury Scene (part 1) 🕵🏼‍♀️ ☕️


A very British style of progressive rock. 🇬🇧 🕵🏼‍♀️ ☕️

The New Abnormal
7:01 AM
Hatfield & The North - Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)
Hatfield & The North Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)
Hatfield and the North Virgin Records 1973

Formed in 1972, their name was inspired by a road sign on the M1 going north from London (frequently seen by gigging bands). Dave Stewart (keyboards), Phil Miller (guitar), Richard Sinclair (bass, vocals), Pip Pyle (drums). Plus guests.


(The sub-theme for today's show: find Robert Wyatt!)


Here's a song to begin the beginning
, a few notes which are arbitrary
. But we try our best to make it sound nice, and hope that the music turns you on to our latest L.P.
 So do have a laugh certainly.

7:02 AM
Set Break: over “Going Up To People And Tinkling” by Hatfield and The North

Here are two good resources to explore the Canterbury Scene.

Progarchives writeup

Calyx site by Aymeric Leroy

7:04 AM
The Wilde Flowers - Impotence
The Wilde Flowers Impotence
The Wilde Flowers Blueprint 1994

The Wilde Flowers was formed in Canterbury, England, in 1964. Active until 1969, but never released any record during its existence. Their influence exceeds that of many groups with lengthy discographies. The band served as the wellspring of the so-called Canterbury sound: particularly Soft Machine and Caravan. A compilation of The Wilde Flowers demos and unreleased recordings was finally released in 1994.


Members included : Brian Hopper, David Sinclair, Graham Flight, Hugh Hopper, Kevin Ayers, Pye Hastings, Richard Sinclair, Richard Coughlin, and Robert Wyatt.

7:06 AM
Set Break: over “Dave Intro” by Hatfield and The North from “Hatwise Choice”
7:07 AM
Soft Machine - As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still
Soft Machine As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still
The Soft Machine, Vol. 2 UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 1969

Formed in 1966, named after the book "The Soft Machine" written by William Burroughs. They were probably the most important and influential band to grow out the Canterbury Scene. Many careers began with The Soft Machine: Robert Wyatt (Matching Mole), Kevin Ayers, Daevid Allen (Gong).

Soft Machine underwent many lineup changes. This incarnation featured Robert Wyatt (vocals, percussion), Mike Ratledge (keyboards, flute), Hugh Hopper (bass, sax, acoustic guitar), plus Brian Hopper (saxes). By ~ 1972 Soft Machine played more jazz fusion and no longer had the "Canterbury sound".


7:10 AM
Matching Mole - Instant Kitten
Matching Mole Instant Kitten
Matching Mole Sony Music UK 1972

Matching Mole was a short-lived UK progressive rock band from the Canterbury scene. Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine. The name is a pun on 'Machine Molle', the French translation of "Soft Machine". Robert Wyatt (vocals and drums), Dave McRae (electric piano), Phil Miller (guitar) formerly of Delivery, and Bill MacCormick (bass) formerly of Quiet Sun.


7:15 AM
Robert Wyatt - Sea Song
Robert Wyatt Sea Song
Rock Bottom Domino Recording Co 1974

Robert Wyatt was born on 28 January 1945. He co-founded Wilde Flowers in 1964, then co-founded Soft Machine in 1966. Wyatt's second solo effort, Rock Bottom, was recorded three months after he was released from the hospital in 1974.



7:21 AM
Set Break: over “Brujo” by National Health
7:23 AM
Caravan - In the Land of Grey & Pink
Caravan In the Land of Grey & Pink
In the Land of Grey and Pink Decca Music Group Ltd. 1971

Formed in 1968, disbanded in 1978. Founded by ex-members of Wilde Flowers: Pye Hastings (vocals, guitar), David Sinclair (keyboards), Richard Sinclair (bass, vocals), and Richard Coughlin (drums). Caravan was a leading exponent of what became known as "the Canterbury sound". "In the Land of Grey and Pink" is a perfect blend between simple English pop and complex progressive rock.



7:27 AM
Caravan - The Dog, the Dog, He's at it Again
Caravan The Dog, the Dog, He's at it Again
For Girls Who Grow Plump In the Night Deram 1973

"For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night" marked another change in Caravan's sound, and their classic Canterbury sound stopped here.


7:33 AM
Set Break: over ‘Extract from "With the Yellow Half-Moon and Blue Star”’ by Henry Cow
7:37 AM
Arzachel - Garden of Earthly Delights
Arzachel Garden of Earthly Delights
Arzachel Akarma 2002

This band began as "Uriel" in 1967 as a four-piece psychedelic group. They renamed themselves "Egg" after the departure of Steve Hillage for college in the summer of 1968 and slowly changed their musical direction. "Arzachel" was the reformation of Uriel. Since the members of "Egg" had just signed an exclusive deal with Decca when they were offered to record a psychedelic album by another label, they reunited with Steve Hillage under the name "Arzachel" in June 1969 and released this one LP.


Members: Dave Stewart (keyboards), Mont Campbell (bass, vocals), and Steve Hillage (guitar, vocals), and Clive Brooks (drums).

(Coming up, listen during Egg's "A Visit to Newport Hospital", to hear Mont Cambell reminisce about Uriel.)

7:40 AM
Egg - The Song of Mcgillicudie the Pusillanimous (Or Don't Worry James, Your Socks Are Hanging in the Coal Cellar with Thomas)
Egg The Song of Mcgillicudie the Pusillanimous (Or Don't Worry James, Your Socks Are Hanging in the Coal Cellar with Thomas)
Egg Nova Records 1970


Egg toured the UK and recorded two highly acclaimed albums (Egg, The Polite Force). After struggling for over a year with hardly enough gigs to survive, Egg eventually broke up in July 1972, leaving almost an album's worth of unrecorded compositions. So when the opportunity came, in the summer of 1974, to record a third album for the Virgin sub-label Caroline Records, the trio was re-united for "The Civil Surface", but the band was not in existence anymore.

7:45 AM
Egg - A Visit to Newport Hospital
Egg A Visit to Newport Hospital
The Polite Force Deram 1971


There used to be a time when we lived in the van
We used to loon about with Janice, Liz and Ann
Now looking back it seemed to be a happy time
And so we kid ourselves we didn't really mind
The hang-ups and the lack of bread

There were four of us then, the group was Uriel
We played five nights a week at Ryde Castle Hotel
We spent our time avoiding skinheads and the law
It was a freedom that we'd never felt before
And now we're doing this instead

It was a way of life that was completely new
And so we found that we had quite a lot to do
The time passed slowly and each day was much the same
We ate and loved and slept and no-one was to blame

For saying things better left unsaid .

7:53 AM
Khan - Stargazers (feat. Steve Hillage & Dave Stewart)
Khan Stargazers (feat. Steve Hillage & Dave Stewart)
Space Shanty (feat. Steve Hillage & Dave Stewart) Deram Records 1972



Dave Stewart (keyboards), Steve Hillage (guitar/vocal), Nick Greenwood (Bass/vocal), Eric Peachey (drums).

7:59 AM
Set Break: over “Play Time” by Gilgamesh
8:04 AM
Gong - Flying Teapot
Gong Flying Teapot
Flying Teapot - Radio Gnome Invisible, Pt. 1 Virgin 1973

Psychedelic rock band formed by Daevid Allen and Gilli Smyth in France in 1967. Gong became pioneers of a new brand of psychedelia/space-rock/trip-rock - with a conceptual ethos involving aliens and alternative realities. An international outfit, increasingly linked to other bands of the Canterbury scene.


The Gong mythology is a humorous collection of recurring characters and allegorical themes which permeate the albums. (See the LPs for the stories and cartoons.) The "flying teapot" theme was inspired by "Russells's teapot".


8:11 AM
Gong - Oily Way
Gong Oily Way
Angel's Egg Virgin 1973

Angels Egg is the second in Gong's Radio Gnome Invisible trilogy of albums. The trilogy forms a central part of the Gong mythology. The original vinyl edition came with a booklet containing an extensive explanation of the mythology, including lyrics, a glossary of terms, and profiles of characters in the story and band members.



Sorry. Too big for the playlist. The CD reissues leave all this fun stuff out.
8:14 AM
Gong - Perfect Mystery
Gong Perfect Mystery
You Virgin Records 1974

"You" is the third of the "Radio Gnome Invisible" trilogy of albums and the last album by Daevid Allen's iteration of the group - until 1992's Shapeshifter. Soon Gong would be led by Pierre Moerlen and started playing jazz fusion.



8:16 AM
Set Break: over “Other Side of the Sky” by Gong
8:20 AM
Hatfield & The North - K Licks (long)
Hatfield & The North K Licks (long)
Hattitude Hatfield and the North 2005

Formed in October 1972, disbanded June 1975. Canterbury at its best. This version was performed for the John Peel Show in 1974.



Poetry in motion is what you've become
From the front and from behind you're a star
Sideways, on the top and underneath
Close inspection reveals that you're in perfect nick
You'll perform like a dream.

[Named "K Licks" on this compilation, since Virgin Records owns the original "Calyx" song title.]

8:23 AM
Hatfield & The North - Absolutely Wholesome
Hatfield & The North Absolutely Wholesome
Hatwise Choice Hatfield and the North 2005

Originally released as the single "Let's Eat, Real Soon".


I'm vitamin-enriched. What's more, I'm absolutely wholesome!
No artificial processing or anything so loathsome!
You'll fancy me at lunch, not to mention tea. I'm easily digested naturally!

You'll want to slip me in your kitchen. How'd you like to mother me?
And I'll be tasty, Mr. Pastry, wouldn't that be lovely?
My mother once told me, "eat what you are given"
Don't worry mum, I've realised what fun that could be
It makes a real man of me now, I think you'll agree
I've got more calories than brown bread in me now
No-one can tell !!!

So don't be scared by the thought
of putting on three extra stone
Disregard all dieting information
It's best to leave well alone
You're better off fully grown!

8:26 AM
Hatfield & The North - Share It
Hatfield & The North Share It
The Rotters' Club EMI Catalogue 1975


8:29 AM
Set Break: over “Laundry Soup” by Hatfield and The North from "Hatwise Choice"
8:31 AM
National Health - Borogroves (Excerpt from Part Two)
National Health Borogroves (Excerpt from Part Two)
National Health Charly Affinity 1978

Formed in 1975, the group was mostly the same as Hatfield and The North, but with a different bass player: Dave Stewart (keyboards), Phil Miller (guitar), John Greaves (bass) from Henry Cow, Pip Pyle (drums). Plus guests. Occasional members/collaborators have included Alan Gowen, Bill Bruford, and Steve Hillage. Disbanded in 1981.


The band got its name from the 'National Health' issued eyeglasses worn by Dave Stewart. 🤓

8:35 AM
National Health - Clocks and Clouds
National Health Clocks and Clouds
Missing Pieces East Side Digital 1995

"Clocks And Clouds" was released on National Health's "Missing Pieces", a collection of miscellaneous songs that never made it to any of their records. (The vocalist is Amanda Parsons, not Barbara Gaskin.)


In this photo, they are joined by Alan Gowen, Bill Bruford, and Amanda Parsons.

Why were these pieces missing for so long? Dave Stewart writes "The reason for the chronic unavailability was the reluctance of some of the musicians to release these less than perfect versions... it is purely a case of conscientious musicians wanting to be heard at their best, which is how anything ever gets to sound half decent in the first place."

8:42 AM
National Health - The Bryden 2-Step (For Amphibians) [Part 2]
National Health The Bryden 2-Step (For Amphibians) [Part 2]
Of Queues and Cures Charly 1978



8:46 AM
Set Break: over some looped “Bryden Two Step” by National Health

Main elements of the Canterbury sound:

1. Light-hearted - for prog rock, it does not have much "edginess". The only tension is between the complex harmonies, jazzy improvisations, and the desire to write catchy pop songs.

2. Circular nature of personal changes, with friends playing in each others' bands.

3. Vocals delivered in a very "British" manor, with no effort to ape American blues and pop singers.

4. Lyrics (if any) are whimsical, with a strong sense of the absurd. Personal topics about British domestic life (cups of tea).

(9. They like sending the organ signal through a fuzz box and also a wahwah pedal.)

8:48 AM
Henry Cow - Teenbeat Reprise
Henry Cow Teenbeat Reprise
Leg End RER Megacorp 1973

Founded in 1968 in Cambridge, UK - Disbanded in 1978. Henry Cow is one of the founders of Rock-In-Opposition (RIO), but has roots in the Canterbury scene, and all of its members have collaborated with Canterbury scene groups and artists at some point.


🧦 The Henry Cow emoji.

8:53 AM
Henry Cow - Bittern Storm Over Ulm
Henry Cow Bittern Storm Over Ulm
Unrest (Remastered) RER Megacorp 1974

Henry Cow's 2nd release "Unrest" 🧦 is already a departure from the Canterbury flavored debut "Legend", and more avant-garde.


8:56 AM
Henry Cow - Little Red Riding Hood Hits the Road
Henry Cow Little Red Riding Hood Hits the Road
Concerts (Remastered) RER USA 2006

This is a live version of Robert Wyatt's song.


L-R: Chris Cutler, Robert Wyatt, Dagmar Krause, Lindsay Cooper

9:01 AM
Set Break: over “Finesse is for Fairies” by Hatfield and The North from "Hatwise Choice"

Even Wikipedia recognizes the Canterbury Scene.

Canterbury's Wikipedia page

9:03 AM
Gilgamesh - Darker Brighter
Gilgamesh Darker Brighter
Another Fine Tune You've Got Me Into Charly 1978

Formed in 1972, disbanded in 1975, reformed between 1977-1978. Gilgamesh was one of the premier bands in the Canterbury scene. Led by the keyboardist Alan Gowen (1947-1981), the group was a contemporary and collaborator with National Health. The music is very intricate, and of course keyboard oriented. They're more of jazz fusion group, but with strong Canterbury flavors.


Alan Gowen (keyboards), Phil Lee (guitar), Hugh Hopper (bass), Trevor Tomkins (drums).
9:08 AM
Alan Gowen - A Fleeting Glance
Alan Gowen A Fleeting Glance
Before a Word Is Said Floating World 2012

Originally issued in 1982, recorded shortly before Gowen's death due to leukemia.


A Canterbury supergroup: half Gilgamesh (Gowen, Tomkins) and half Hatfield and The North (Miller, Sinclair).


9:16 AM
Set Break: over “Inner Temple” by Gong
9:19 AM
Phil Miller - Dada Soul
Phil Miller Dada Soul
Split Seconds Reckless Records Ltd 1988

Phil Miller (1949-2017), was a self-taught musician. Guitarist for Delivery, Matching Mole, Hatfield and The North, and National Health. Later, he was a member of Short Wave, and In Cahoots.


Besides Phil Miller, this track has Dave Stewart (keyboards, drum programming), Richard Sinclair (bass, vocals), along with Barbara Gaskin (vocals).


9:23 AM
Pip Pyle - Once Around the Shelves
Pip Pyle Once Around the Shelves
7 Year Itch Floating World 2011

Pip Pyle was a renowned drummer from The Canterbury Scene. Highly prolific, involved with dozens of bands from the late '60s until 2006 when he died, during tour, from heart-attack. Among other groups, he was with Delivery, Gong, Hatfield and The North, National Health, and Soft Heap.


The tracks on this solo release feature many combinations of all his old friends.


9:27 AM
Camel - Metrognome
Camel Metrognome
Rain Dances Decca Music Group Ltd. 1977

Camel is usually classified as a Symphonic Prog band, but during 1977-78 they were joined by Richard Sinclair (bass/vocals) who added his distinctive Canterbury style on two LPs.


Time on your hands, You do it all the day

Shuffle your feet, and turn on the news

To hear what they might say.

They made a machine, a new fangled device.

They're lighting the fuse, There's no need to worry,

Your world will be alright.

Time for a smoke, a pint and a joke. You muddle on through,

Silently screaming "What can I do?"

Till time trips you out, slogging about

Blows you away, High as a kite on a windy day.

9:31 AM
Jakko M. Jakszyk - Catley's Ashes
Jakko M. Jakszyk Catley's Ashes
The Bruised Romantic Glee Club Panegyric 2009

Jakko Jakszyk was born in London, and since 2013 has been the lead singer for King Crimson. However, through his collaborations with Dave Stewart, Peter Blegvad, John Greaves and Pip Pyle, he has become an honorary member of the Canterbury 'family'.



"Catley" was his wife's cat.

9:37 AM
Quiet Sun - Sol Caliente
Quiet Sun Sol Caliente
Mainstream Blue Pie 2011

A side project for Phil Manzanera (Roxy Music), Canterbury connected members included Bill McCormick (Matching Mole), and Charles Hayward (future Gong member). Quiet Sun existed in two phases:the original band formed in 1969, disbanded after Phil Manzanera joined Roxy Music, and then again in 1975 they reformed specially to record the music they had originally composed 5 years earlier.



9:45 AM
Set Break: over “ Tenemos Roads (excerpt)” by National Health

Here are two good resources to explore the Canterbury Scene.

Progarchives writeup

Calyx site by Aymeric Leroy

9:49 AM
The Boot Lagoon - An Odd Owl
The Boot Lagoon An Odd Owl
The Boot Lagoon - EP Dawn Chorus Recording Company 2022

Hailing from Canterbury, Kent, The Boot Lagoon proudly carries on the tradition of Canterbury acts such as Caravan and Hatfield and The North with their eclectic, jazzy, whimsical sound. Their debut EP, simply called The Boot Lagoon, was released in February 2012.



9:53 AM
Zopp - Before the Light
Zopp Before the Light
Zopp Bad Elephant Music 2020

Zopp was created by composer and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Stevenson, with collaborations from Andy Tillson of The Tangent and drummer Andrea Moneta of Leviathan. The sound of the debut record (from 2020!) is based upon vintage fuzz organ (so typical of the Canterbury sound) that weave with complex time signature changes, and catchy melodies with ambient keyboard interludes.


(It wouldn't be Canterbury without that teapot...)


Chat is archived.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:00:33 AM
And so we begin our broadcast day.
TAndy 7:01:11 AM
Good morning sir
TAndy 7:01:20 AM
Nice trackname
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:02:27 AM
So typical of Canterbury is their sense of humour.
TAndy 7:04:38 AM
No jokes on the radio unless you're a fully commercial radio. Only they can say words like "Hell" and "Ass" on the radio
TAndy 7:05:02 AM
Alright I've got my Canterbury Creme Eggs ready for the show
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:05:24 AM
Plenty of "eggs" in the show today.
Brian D 7:05:28 AM
No no no no! Too silly!
Brian D 7:06:09 AM
Looking forward to today's playlists!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:06:35 AM
Exactly Brian. Monty Python was fresh on BBC in 1969, and their style of humor was quite influential.
TAndy 7:06:46 AM
Good morning Brian D, I feel like today is going to be a real fun show.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:09:48 AM
You'll hear that fuzzed out organ here, also typical of the Canterbury Scene.
TAndy 7:09:54 AM
Dave is that postcard at the top of the page your own creation? It looks lovely.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:10:14 AM
Yes, TAndy, I made that for the shows.
TAndy 7:10:49 AM
Very nice! I appreciate using a photo with a cloudy sky.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:11:25 AM
Keeping it real, TAndy.
TAndy 7:21:28 AM
They really are blasting the most obnoxious pop music of the past 5 years at work and I left my earphones at home. Help.
TAndy 7:21:40 AM
I just wanna listen to The New Abnormal
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:21:47 AM
PooPoo and Tinkling!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:21:53 AM
I mean…
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:21:59 AM
Greetings and Salutations!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:22:12 AM
Good day, MrM!
TAndy 7:22:22 AM
Good morning MrM!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:22:31 AM
Scents of humour!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:22:48 AM
Good day, DJ DaveTheObscure!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:23:11 AM
TAndy, good morning!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:23:44 AM
Were you aware that there was such a thing as 'the Canterbury Scene'?
Guelo 7:24:13 AM
Only because of you! Excited for the show.
Guelo 7:24:27 AM
Good morning everybody:)
TAndy 7:25:01 AM
Good morning Guelo
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:25:10 AM
I've been listening to free form radio so long, I forget that most 'regular' people probably aren't really familiar at all.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:25:25 AM
Good morning, Guelo. Glad you could make it.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:25:38 AM
At nearly 400 years old, I’ve seen so things
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:25:54 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:26:44 AM
TAndy 7:27:45 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:27:59 AM
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:28:37 AM
morning prog rockers
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:29:04 AM
Good morning, Songs In The Key of Mok!
Chef Emeril Lagasse 🍳 monthly dough-nor 7:29:45 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:29:47 AM
Ha, autocorrect keeps making this 'key of mom'.
TAndy 7:29:59 AM
Good morning Mok AND Chef!!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:30:17 AM
Good morning, Chef! Keep the tea coming!
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:30:22 AM
HBD Stevie Wonder. 72 today. Don't miss Jerry's show this afternoon ;)
TAndy 7:30:52 AM
Hey Chef, when you're flying over can you stop by Canterbury and pick up a creme egg with my escargots du bourgogne?
Chef Emeril Lagasse 🍳 monthly dough-nor 7:31:00 AM
HBD Stevie!
TAndy 7:31:12 AM
HBD Mr. Wonder <3
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:31:49 AM
⠞⠓⠑ ⠝⠑⠺ ⠁⠃⠝⠕⠗⠍⠁⠇ , Stevie!
TAndy 7:32:05 AM
Chef Emeril Lagasse 🍳 monthly dough-nor 7:32:13 AM
Anyone have any suggestions for things to do in Paris?
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:32:29 AM
Book a return flight.
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:33:17 AM
Musea D' Orsay = converted train station turned in to art museum.
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:33:35 AM
go there. Manet, Degas, etc
TAndy 7:33:55 AM
Chef, tell them their fancy food doesn't equate to pizza from NJ/NY and Chicago. Facts!
TAndy 7:34:06 AM
I'm not addicted to pizza :)
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:34:08 AM
Just figured out my typo. I’ll wake up eventually.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:36:30 AM
“it’s too complicated to even discuss”
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:37:56 AM
MrM, it IS!
TAndy 7:39:19 AM
Favorite song of the show so far right here, I tell ya what
Guelo 7:42:03 AM
All the best restaurants are hidden deep within the catacombs…
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:42:26 AM
Dead Milkmen tonight in Atlantic City. I hope to see you all there 😁
TAndy 7:43:47 AM
Okay never mind this is
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:44:20 AM
I think it’s the same song 🤣
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:44:24 AM
Is this the Doors
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:44:49 AM
Wanna be Doors.
Songs In The Key of Mok 7:46:34 AM
Pretty good
Guelo 7:47:34 AM
Fuzz organ totally awesome! But seriously Chef one of my favorite things was the crazy tunnel system from the train to and from the airport to the city. Massive! Endless!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 7:49:20 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:04:25 AM
Have a cuppa tea! ☕️
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:04:39 AM
have another one!
TAndy 8:05:00 AM
Good morning Rob!
Tyler B 8:05:30 AM
Hey Dave, kick ass show this morning
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:05:36 AM
Yes, Rob, you got it! Good morning.
Christine 🌛 8:05:38 AM
Speaking of flying teapot, the kettle is on 🫖
Brian D 8:05:45 AM
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:05:46 AM
Good morning (evening for you?) TAndy
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:05:50 AM
Good morning, Tyler B. Glad you are enjoying.
Christine 🌛 8:06:01 AM
Morning, DTO & all!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:06:15 AM
Good morning, Christine! ☕️
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:06:24 AM
Howdy Christine and DtO and Brian D
Chef Emeril Lagasse 🍳 monthly dough-nor 8:07:27 AM
Thank you for all the ideas!! 👨‍🍳♥️📻
Chef Emeril Lagasse 🍳 monthly dough-nor 8:07:34 AM
Morning Christine BAM 🥚
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:10:15 AM
Hello Emeril
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:11:33 AM
Something from each trilogy album?!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:11:58 AM
Naturally, Rob! ☕️
Christine 🌛 8:12:06 AM
Brian D 8:12:08 AM
Mind the oily way. Don't slip
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:12:27 AM
Sadly, I had a second pressing of the You album so I never saw the booklet.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:12:31 AM
Brilliant emoji's, Christine!
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:12:36 AM
Thank you, Dave!
Brian D 8:12:39 AM
First Gong song & whole lp i ever heard
TAndy 8:12:45 AM
Good evening Tyler and Christine!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:13:05 AM
Brian, that was a good place to start.
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:13:57 AM
Flying Teapot was my introduction to Gong. While I was going to college in the Richmond, Virginia area. Which was not a hotbed of any interesting music in the late 70s.
Brian D 8:14:52 AM
First a flying cuppa. Next course a flute salad with an oily way vinaigrette.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:17:22 AM
Could only fit 3 songs by Gong. I did a whole Gong Family Tree show a while ago.
Christine 🌛 8:17:57 AM
All aboard the bathysphere!
Christine 🌛 8:20:05 AM
42% of British culture is tea. Fact.
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:23:11 AM
I'm bummed that I missed (didn't know about) the Gong family tree show.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:23:39 AM
Yeah, this time slot is easy to miss.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:24:29 AM
You can see the playlist from 12/16/2020 for the Gong Show.
Christine 🌛 8:32:14 AM
Good title.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:33:28 AM
Inspired by Jabberwocky.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:34:07 AM
Hey, how about "JabberMoky"?
TAndy 8:34:23 AM
This is totally my kind of jam right here
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:35:12 AM
If so, check out National Health s'more. Especially their first 2 LPs.
Christine 🌛 8:35:57 AM
O frabjous day!
TAndy 8:42:05 AM
Thanks for the recommendations Dave. This band currently sitting as my favorite for the show so far
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:43:10 AM
fresh out the ocean
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:43:21 AM
TAndy, National Health is one of my favorites, and my introduction to the Canterbury Scene.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:43:37 AM
Fresh MrM is the best MrM!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:43:37 AM
Nice Soundtrack for BathBoy
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:44:05 AM
Naughty! 😈
TAndy 8:44:38 AM
I shall soon become bath boy myself, as I have safely arrived home
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:44:55 AM
I don’t know what I’m on about. Eventually, I might wake up.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:45:10 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:45:35 AM
This riff right now - Dave Stewart used in Egg, and would use again with Bruford. (I forgot to announce that bit of useless trivia.)
TAndy 8:45:42 AM
I bathe in a vat of acid in hopes that I emerge a skeleton like our #1 MrM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:46:47 AM
You wouldn’t even be dust after that bath
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:47:15 AM
TAndy 8:47:24 AM
That's if I bathed in a body of water full of paronnahs. I don't feel like spelling that word right I'm sleeby
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:47:58 AM
Go sleepy 🥱
TAndy 8:48:21 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:48:41 AM
So truuuuu™️
Christine 🌛 8:48:58 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:49:05 AM
Thanks for the useless trivia, DJ DaveTheObscure!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:49:10 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:49:34 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:49:48 AM
🧦 I gave you a sock. You're free!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:50:05 AM
Oh, album cover.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:50:43 AM
And official emoji.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 8:51:05 AM
TopShelf Stuffs, DJ DaveTheObscure!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:51:50 AM
Happy to provide excellent customer service for our valued clients. 😬
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 8:59:54 AM
@MrM, the Dave Stewart in Egg is not the Dave Stewart in the Eurythmics
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:00:40 AM
Yes, Rob. Totally different Dave Stewart. (I was wondering what that post was about.)
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:02:01 AM
@DtO, I was just enough of a proghead and just enough of a new waver to be confused when the Eurythmics burst on to the scene.
Christine 🌛 9:02:04 AM
I am here for Eurythmics jokes.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:03:08 AM
Rob, I keep forgetting that there are two Dave Stewarts, until I do some online searching.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:03:11 AM
Thanks, Christine!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:03:19 AM
I always add that joke when DJ DaveTheObscure plays something by *DAVE STEWART
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:03:37 AM
DJ DaveTheObscure is supposed to remember. 🥺
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:03:55 AM
I'm cracking up with the Henry Cow song with Teenbeat in the title and the album called Unrest. I wonder if the (co?)founder of the band Unrest and label Teenbeet was a Henry Cow fan at all
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:04:30 AM
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:05:25 AM
@MrM, you are ahead of the game
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:06:53 AM
Sweet Dreams are made of cheese
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:07:06 AM
Who am I to dis a brie?
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:07:08 AM
🧀 Cheddar the world and the seven cheese, everybody's looking for stilton. 🧀.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:07:27 AM
Chuffed to bits!
Brian D 9:07:57 AM
Fred Frith of the wonderfully humorous souper group French Frith Kaiser Thompson
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:08:58 AM
@MrM & DtO, excellent cheesy rewrite of "Sweet Dreams"!
TAndy 9:10:13 AM
The bass on this is so funky
Christine 🌛 9:10:25 AM
Bon fromage, @DTO
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:10:31 AM
@ Brian D., yes more rabbit holes to explore!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:11:42 AM
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:11:57 AM
I just had a slice of manchego cheese. Mmmm
Brian D 9:12:25 AM
The judges will also accept: "Hold your cheddar! Mooooo-vin on. Keep your cheddar! Moooo-vin on."
Christine 🌛 9:12:38 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:12:42 AM
Brian D 9:14:26 AM
Got a lot of mileage out of the repeats of those lyrics Annie and (The Other) Dave Stewart did. No need for diff verses/ choruses
Christine 🌛 9:16:51 AM
Screeeeeeeaming online 🗣️
Rob F 9:19:16 AM
Hi DTO and all. I've been enjoying the Canterbury scene.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:20:17 AM
Hey, Rob F. Glad you are able to catch the show.
Brian D 9:20:41 AM
Mr Bruford and publisher(s), please put out an e- book version of your biography. Thank you. Great sense of humor (-our) that drummer. And sense of hotel preferences!
Brian D 9:22:46 AM
Almost ready to just break down & buy an old school paper paged bewk.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:23:26 AM
cheese grater scents of humour
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:24:04 AM
@ Brian D., yes the quotes from Bruford that I've seen have been witty.
TAndy 9:24:06 AM
You're killing me with these jams
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:24:32 AM
TAndy, that is the honest measure of my worth.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:24:43 AM
I hope you all have discovered some new and enjoyable music this morning.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:25:56 AM
Buy a bewk and when finished reading, leave it in a Little Free Library™️ 📚
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:27:20 AM
Wait. Is that just a WestSiiidddeee Weirdness???
Brian D 9:28:22 AM
Before the merger of 2 big satellite radio co.s , Sirius's more rare/ less played channel then known as "The Vault" actually had a good mostly rare prog segment either weekly or nightly... Many of the bands i hear in DTO and other wprb playlists were featured esp the Canterbury ones. Not just yer usual
Brian D 9:29:39 AM
But of course that channel got the axe and was morphed into something down the ol mainstream when the merger hit
Christine 🌛 9:29:55 AM
@MrM 💀, not at all. There are lots of Little Free Libraries here! One of which is in my neighborhood, and I sneak in all kinds of titles 📚 🚨
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:30:37 AM
Oh! Weirdness for everyone! 😝🤓
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:31:05 AM
@ Brian D., sad, but too often the case. Music for the least common denominator.
TAndy 9:32:03 AM
(and Howard Stern)
Christine 🌛 9:32:41 AM
It's a race to the bottom 🛰 📻 😕
TAndy 9:32:44 AM
For a while he was the biggest reason people switched over to SiriusXM if I'm not wrong
Brian D 9:33:22 AM
Aha "Progressions" was the segment. Nightly 11 to midnight. Miss that. O well. I enjoyed satellite for a good 15 years. Then I wasn't listening as much
Brian D 9:34:29 AM
It was just called Sirius then in 2006. 2 separate companies. XM was the competitor.
Guelo 9:36:30 AM
Blasting all this for work again! The boss is digging haha
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:37:02 AM
this is a jam and a jelly! and a marmalade! and a sweet chutney!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:37:21 AM
An uncommon boss, for sure.
Brian D 9:38:35 AM
Jakko is a really solid player and singer. Stepped into the many many roles of Crim history very well
TAndy 9:39:00 AM
Ooooof this one is picking my brain
Christine 🌛 9:39:57 AM
Love this piece! 🔊 and later the 801 incarnation
Brian D 9:45:18 AM
This just hits on all the right levels
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:47:00 AM
This has been an awesome show, DtO. I'll try to catch next week's too.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:48:24 AM
Thanks, Rob. Next week will feature many overlooked groups.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:49:12 AM
Thanks for the reminder, MrM.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:50:06 AM
Cheers, DJ DaveTheObscure!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:50:15 AM
Final Ten Mins?!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:50:25 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:50:28 AM
Gathering stuff to throw on stage!
Christine 🌛 9:50:47 AM
MrM, put that bowling ball down.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:50:50 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:50:53 AM
Not today. The audience is quite genteel.
Brian D 9:52:35 AM
Great show today! Look forward to more
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:53:07 AM
Thank you, Brian D.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:53:39 AM
DJ DaveTheObscure, many thanks for sharing all these great tunes and dedicated knowledge! Biggest cheers and kind regards to you!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:54:36 AM
Thanks for listening, and keeping company in the chat.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:55:10 AM
Cheers to all the Dears, especially those with Big Ears of the Fromage! 🧀 👂 👂
Christine 🌛 9:55:28 AM
This was an exceptional show. Thanks you, Dave the Obscure! 😶‍🌫️
TAndy 9:55:37 AM
Thanks for the show Dave!!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:55:49 AM
Glad you all enjoyed it.
Bud Burroughs 9:56:11 AM
Excellent Canterbury survey, Dave! You're including lots of bands I've never heard before.
the_dude 9:56:15 AM
Loved the show today evaD, catch ya Sunday morning
Bud Burroughs 9:56:54 AM
As a resident of Hatfield (PA), I think I'm required to enjoy it.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:57:07 AM
Thanks, Bud. That's my main mission! And thanks for dropping a word during Lizbot's show yesterday. Not sure if anyone knew the show was coming.
Guelo 9:57:17 AM
<3 thank you DTO!!!!
TAndy 9:57:49 AM
Get your stage objects ready
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:57:53 AM
Thanks, dude!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:58:05 AM
Thanks, Guelo!
Rob from Maryland 🇺🇦 🌻 🦀 🐦 9:58:23 AM
We would LOVE to drive through Hatfield, PA. It's to our north, to boot!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:58:25 AM
Different ending today, TAndy.
TAndy 9:58:41 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:58:59 AM
Special Canterbury ending!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:59:03 AM
Ooh, surprise ending! A cliffhanger of sorts??
TAndy 9:59:14 AM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:59:31 AM
Rude! TAnDy!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:59:38 AM
There it is, children.
TAndy 9:59:43 AM
It's in commemoration of the band!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 9:59:45 AM
TAndy 9:59:50 AM