Welcome to "At The Show" with your host Bob.
This show features the music of hit groups and the solo artists that emerged from those groups.
Show 31 setlist
01 - Cream - BBC Sessions - 1967-01-10 - I Feel Free 2:54m
02 - Eric Clapton - Rainbow Concert, Rainbow Theater, London - 1973-01-13 - After Midnight 4:25m
03 - Traffic - Santa Monica Civic Center, CA - 1972-02-21 - Dear Mr Fantasy 8:01m
04 - Steve Winwood with Eric Clapton - Highclere Castle, Hampshire,England - Back in the Highlife 9:11m
05 - Jefferson Airplane - Winterland Arena - 1972 - Trial By Fire 4:32m
06 - Jorma Kaukonen, Columbus Music Hall, Columbus, OH - 2000-11-04 - True Religion 4:49m
07 - The Eagles - Boston Garden - 1974-07-26 - Witchy Woman 7:04m
08 - Don Henley - VH1 Storytellers - End of the Innocence 5:37m
09 - Dire Straits - Shouwburg, Rotterdam, Holland - 1978-10-19 - Six-Blade Knife 4:00m
10 - Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - I Dug Up A Diamond 4:15m
11 - The Beatles Live at the BBC - Love Me Do 2:29m
12 - John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band - Madison Square Garden, NYC - 1972-9-30 - New York City 3:14m
13 - Paul McCartney Unplugged - 1991 - Every Night 3:24m
14 - George Harrison - Nippon Budokan, Tokyo - 1991-12 - Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) 3:39m
15 - Ringo Starr and His third All-Starr Band - Nippon Budokan, Tokyo - 1995-06-27 - Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go 4:45m
16 - Pink Floyd - Ft Worth, TX - 1977-05-01 - Wish You Were Here 7:25m
17 - Roger Waters - Wembley Arena, London, England - 1987-11-21 - The Tide is Turning (After Live Aid) 6:42m
18 - David Gilmour - BBC2 Live - 2006-03-11 - On An Island 9:32m
19 - David Gilmour - Manchester, England - 2009-04 - A Great Day For Freedom 5:56m
20 - David Gilmour - Gdansk Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland - 2006-08-26 - Find The Cost Of Freedom 1:27m
Podcast for this show available at http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/65659
The Chill Room, 20 January 2012, at 11pm PST on killradio.org
160k, 50 minutes, psychedelic dreams
It was three years from I Want to Hold Your Hand to Tomorrow Never Knows for the Beatles. In early 1966, John Lennon purchased Timothy Leary's book The Psychedelic Experience, an adaptation of the Egyptian Book of the Dead as a user's guide to LSD, and he wrote this song soon afterwards. It is based on a drone in C Major (played by George Harrison on the tamboura) and Paul McCartney brought in the tape loops used to create an otherworldly feel. John wanted his voice to sound like a "monk on a far-off mountain" so his voice was tracked in ADT through the revolving Leslie speaker -- which was then used for the album title, Revolver. This was the first song recorded for this album.
Setlist: The song Tomorrow Never knows as performed by Danielle Dax / The Beatles (alternate mono mix 1966) / Tangerine Dream / Phil Manzanera and 801 / Morgana King / Jimi Hendrix / Monsoon with Sheila Chandra / Steve Marcus / Jad Fair and Daniel Johnston / Chemical Bros. (live) / The Helio Sequence / Dirty Hertz remix / Alison Mosshart and Carla Azur (from Sucker Punch) / Leftside Wobble remix / The Beatles (LOVE version by George and Giles Martin with Within You and Without You) / Junior Parker / The Beatles (2009 stereo remaster)
Produced and engineered by dj bennett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Lay down all thought that you may see that love is all, it is shining, it is knowing.