Friday

...this wax must be consider'd as some kinda cultural barometre o'th'changin times in albion land, round'bout 71, as th'BBC decided it was time to capitalize on their saturday/sunday afternoon/early evenin' underground deejay coz there must be some loot in gettin cozy with arty cellar dwellers'n john was th'cat to supply th'means to 'n end...th'artists gettin th'exposure were underground enough in th'sense they didn't get in th'POP chart but they came from th'more cerebral end o' th'underground, there aint no freex scene maniacs like th'deviants/Laughin Sams Dice/sam gopal, no-sir-ee heres bridget st.john(dandelion recordin artiste o' this parish)/art(ol')school beatnik ron geesin/plus underground rock from th'provinces, kinda like th'real people on holyground(a once collectible label), that sorta 'lefty avant for th'people' sound, sweet marriage'n welfare state, both with different excitin' noise to offer th'discernin list'ner which is well dig-worthy...bridget does her wonderful upfront folk groove stuff'n ron weighs in with th'usual poetic electric doodles that hit th'spot...overall a top(gear) sound with introduction from john thats been treated by th'radiophonic workshop just to keep it all on th''clever trevor' grammar school vibe...any cats with even a passin' interest in th'underground will wanna flip to this...

2 Comments:

Blogger dave said...

The first elpee I bought was Beefheart's Safe As Milk, and that is simply because I listened to John Peel. Thanks for this.

10:30 AM  
Blogger spacedsaviour said...

enjoy...

10:32 AM  

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