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New acquisition: Comus - First Utterance ('71)

 Drip Drip

What is Acid Folk, really? Like the dubious but pragmatic handles of ‘Freakbeat’ and ‘Psych’, it seems to have been invented in a recent decade and retroactively applied to nebulous music during a particular period from the late 60s onwards. 427 more words

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547. Squarer for Maud

“I mostly hated so-called jazz-rock fusion at the time – so many of my fave Prog heroes getting caught up with showing off or whatever, forgetting to actually make interesting, astonishing music. 80 more words

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Album of the week: Joy of a Toy (1969)

Would recommend if you’re a fan of: Soft machine, Syd Barrett, Nick Drake, Donovan

In a musical universe where musicians and labels churn out albums that are trite and commonplace, music goers can be sometimes left disillusioned. 757 more words


38. The Solid Time Of Change

Installment #38 of the Solid Time of Change aired on Saturday May-27-2017 (c/o CiTR.FM.101.9).

Youtube playlist (sadly inaccurate).

The Solid Time of Change is our overlong yet incomplete history of the so-called  116 more words

Prog Rock

22 May

Soft Machine – Third (1970, CBS)



When one wants to wax lyrical about progressive rock (“prog” for the lay-person), one inevitably hones in on Kent and focuses an even more discerning eye on the wee ville of Canterbury. 296 more words

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