This is a brilliant idea.
The defiant soundtrack of Brazil in the late ’60s and early ’70s, including classics by Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil, Os Mutantes, Tom Zé, and more
About to turn 84 and still going strong, Hans-Joachim Roedelius has led a long and extraordinary life, which has taken in Nazi Germany, postwar turmoil, the birth of Krautrock and working with Michael Rother and Brian Eno among others. His mind, however, is fixed on the present and the future, he tells David Stubbs
I need to watch this now and again. It’s a real tonic.
Prog Magazine’s Jo Kendall pops round to Bill Bailey’s house for a chat about progressive rock and his upcoming Larks In Transit tour…
So this time round to keep you all going through the Autumn and Winter you have XTC, Mary Hopkin, Darren Burn, Revbjelde, Richard Dawson, Paddy Kingsland, The Twelve Hour Foundation, Guy Pedersen and loads more. So until Archive Reel 35 wrap up warm take care and enjoy the dark winter nights (I always do)
I’m in one of these photos.
Sean Kitching talks to Tim Smith about the conferring of an honorary PhD on the much loved cult musician, and gauges reaction to the news from some of his fellow musicians and advocates.
All accolades thoroughly deserved.