this is not this heat: charles hayward with the radar favourites in 1974 and with quiet sun in 1975 and even with coil later on

before inventing all this praepostpunknoise with this heat in 1978 charles hayward was a very prolific drummer playing with phil manzanera's quiet sun in the early seventies (unfortunately none of their recordings taken before the january 1975 reunion seem to have survived) and playing and recording with the henry cow offspring radar favourites in 1974.

for your listening pleasure i compiled the eponymous radar favourites album recorded in 1974 and produced by michael king for the release on reel recordings in 2010 and the bonustracks that can be found on the 2011 expression records release of the 1975 quiet sun album mainstream (yes, just the bonustracks; i guess you've got the album anyway) and two tracks charles hayward recorded with coil in london sometime between january 1988 and october 1990. you may listen to some of the tracks right here in this post, and you can download the complete compilation way down below.

first of all there is the radar favourites album from autumn 1974. we got geoff leigh on reeds, cathy williams on keyboards and singing, g.f. fitz-gerald on guitars, jack monck on bass, and charles hayward on drums.

01 - peggy delaney's hothouse tinkers (listen directly)
02 - umbrella walk
03 - trees and tanks (listen directly)
04 - blues for henry
05 - blastest (listen directly)

second of all there is the quiet sun with bill maccormick on bass, phil manzanera on guitars, dave jarrett on keyboards and charles hayward on drums. the album mainstream was recorded and released in 1975, the recording dates of the bonustracks unfortunately are not mentioned.

06 - years of the quiet sun
07 - TROT
08 - R.F.D.
09 - R.F.D. part 1 (listen directly)

and third of all we got coil from their wonderful album love' secret domain. charles hayward is playing drums on two of their tracks, one of the many links between free jazz, roxy music and throbbing gristle.

10 - things happen
11 - love's secret domain (listen directly)
(all scans included / direct download)
(all scans included / direct download)


still scorned, dissdorned and sporned: squeeze by the velvet underground

most of the "real" velvet underground fans are way too snobbish to like or even at least accept the wonderful and completely underrated squeeze as the fifth album (or sixth, if you like to count max's kansas city as the fifth album) by the velvet underground. it was recorded by doug yule in london in the fall of 1972 with a little help from deep purple drummer ian paice and some unknown background singers. 

for your listening pleasure i augmented and expanded my copy of the semi-legal cd-version of this album with some interrelated bonustracks i found in my collection. you can listen to some of the tracks directly right here, and you can download the complete version as mp3 or flac at the bottom of this post.

the album: 

01 - little jack
02 - crash (listen directly)
03 - caroline
04 - mean old man (listen directly)
05 - dopey joe
06 - wordless
07 - she'll make you cry (listen directly)
08 - friends
09 - send no letter
10 - jack & jane (listen directly)
11 - louise

the following bonustracks are a compilation of all the doug yule compositions that can be found on the four-cd-box final vu recorded live in london 1971, amsterdam 1971, wales 1972 and boston 1973, featuring maureen tucker, willie alexander, walter powers, rob norris, george kay, mark nauseef, billy yule and don silverman.
12 - dopey joe (london 1971)
13 - caroline (wales 1972) (listen directly)
14 - little jack (boston 1973) (listen directly)
15 - mean old man (wales 1972)
16 - who's that man (boston 1973)
17 - dopey joe (amsterdam 1971) (listen directly)
18 - mamma's little girl (boston 1973)
19 - little jack (wales 1972)
20 - caroline (boston 1973) (listen directly)
21 - dopey joe (wales 1972)
22 - mean old man (boston 1973)
and the following special bonustracks are very special bonustracks:  

23 - beginning to get it (doug yule live in seattle, 25th of may 2000) (listen directly)
24 - crazy feeling (doug yule with lou reed and bob meday, january 1975)
(all scans and more included; direct download)
(all scans and more included; direct download)  



one track mindless innerjeep and distroytiones: marc bolan's elemental child

this is the real raw power, the pure stuff, the healthyhealthy monster sound and the heavy shit: sheerchique violencia premainente and ultraharsh elegance under will: eleven versions of elemental child, recorded between 1969 and 1971: löud and sharmless and wylde. and the whole thing starts with a diglitchickal klick, as you will ultimateley not=ice, but bug and or borg me, this is initentialleyed on the orriginald cd and it's nored my fault. coumpeteredlay wunderbra. boeing boeing your dad!

and here we go-go!

01 - tyrannosaurus rex - elemental child part one; 1969 (bonustrack from the 2014 edition of a beard of stars) (listen directly)
02 - t.rex - elemental child on top gear, bbc, 26th of october 1970
03 - t.rex - elemental child live on WBAI radio, new york, on the 8th of april 1970 (listen directly)
04 - tyrannosaurus rex - elemental child 1969 (from the 2004 edition of a beard of stars)
05 - t.rex - elemental child live at john peel's sunday concert on the 10th of december 1970
06 - tyrannosaurus rex - elemental child part one and two; 1969 (bonustrack from the 2004 edition of a beard of stars)
07 - t.rex - elemental child live at wolverhampton on the 19th of may 1971 (listen directly)
08 - tyrannosaurus rex - elemental child demo recordings, december 1969 at trident studios
09 - tyrannosaurus rex - elemental child part two; 1969 (bonustrack from the 2014 edition of a beard of stars)
10 - t.rex - elemental child live on thursday the 28th of january 1971 at the taverne de l'olympia in paris
11 - t.rex - elemental child live on the bbc sunday show on the first of january 1970 (listen directly)
and that was a dark star. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and good night, boys and girls.
(mp3 / all scans and more included / direct download) 

(FLAC / all scans and more included / direct download)


enjoy a throbbing gristle with your pets and children: chris carter in the space between

and though this is the man from throbbing gristle (though not THE man nor the NOman nor the woMAN from throbbing gristle but at least the man married to the WOman of throbbing gristle) when this tape was released on industrial records in 1980 no=body seamed to rely=care aboutitt. it is beautiful and wonderbra and a real shock away from the shockshock of throbbing gristle.
in the meanmeantime and just because noboreday really cared or even bought the tape the original c-90 has become incredival rare; in 1991 chris carter revisited thee/hiss recordings to shrink them to fit on a 76-minute-cd to be released on the grey area, and ass nobbody again did not care alltoomuch even this rerelease got lost and expenisive in the process of growing old.

unfourtunalately you won't get to hear the recordings lost on the c-90 tape unless you sell your car, your house and your fistborne son you may at least listen to my copy of thee revisited version in this=hear=my=blog and you will download and enjoy it or die.

so here we go=go!

01 - BEAT (listen directly)
07 - POPTONE (listen directly)
08 - SLOMO
12 - MAYBE (listen directly)
13 - SNAP
14 - INTERLOOP (listen directly)
and that's it for now.

(mp3 / all scans included / direct download)

addendum et postscriptum:

as mentioned above chris carter revisited the 1980 c-90-tape in 1991 to remix, remodel and rename the original tracks; in this process he omitted at least two tracks to create a coumpletely new 76-minute-cd. only a few days after this=here post was published our fellow blogger rex sent me two tracks he found on his version of the tape, as you can read in the comments below. he named them track 01 (3:14) and track 03 (13:33), and confusingly they do not seem to fit into any of the tracklists i found on discogs, but anyway, they are a very welcome addition to the material found on the cd. thank you so much, rex.



link wray within or without the ray-men or his wraymen executing 24 versions of raw hide, raw-hide, rawhide, rumble, ramble and the oddball mambo from 1958 to 1996

raw power: hide and rumble! and this is just what the headline says: 24 versions of rumble and rawhide found in the abysses abyssi abyssoi of my collection. no cover versions, just pure link wray. enjoy or die!
here we go-go!
01 - rumble / 1962 / from the 2016 cd great guitar hits / listen directly
02 - raw hide / 1958 / alternate take / see #20 / from the 2004 cd they're outta here / listen directly
03 - rumble / 1963 / from the 2002 cd law of the jungle
04-  rawhide / 1979 / from the 2017 cd live at my father's place 
05 - ramble / 16th of september 1959 / take 7 / from the 2002 cd epic sessions
06 - rumble / march 1958 / from the 2017 cd jack the ripper
07 - rawhide / 25th of march 1978 / from the 2014 cd cleveland '78 with robert gordon
08 - rumble / january or february 1985 / from the 1991 cd live in '85 / listen directly
09 - rawhide '87 / usa 1987 / from the 1989 cd born to be wild / listen directly
10 - rumble / march 1996 / from the 2017 cd the rumble man
11 - raw-hide / december 1958 / see #5
12 - ramble / 1960 / see #6 / listen directly
13 - rawhide / 1985 / see #8
14 - rumble / 1979 / see #4 / listen directly
15 - raw-hide / 1962 / see #1 / listen directly
16 - rumble / 25th of march 1978 / from the 2014 cd cleveland '78 with robert gordon / see #7
17 - rawhide / march 1996 / from the 2017 cd the rumble man / see #10
18 - ramble / 16th of september 1959 / take 4 / see #5 / listen directly
19 - rumble man '87 / 1987 / see #9 / listen directly
20 - raw hide / 1958 / see #2 / listen directly
21 - rumble on the docks / october 1995 / from the cd shadowman
22 - rumble mambo / 23rd of march 1961 / see #5 / listen directly
23 - raw-hide / january 1959 / see #06
24 - oddball take 2 / see #2 / listen directly
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the wilde flowers featuring brian hopper, hugh hopper, robert wyatt and kevin ayers, and even mike ratledge, richard sinclair and zobe: everything they recorded between 1965 and 1969; plus a little bit more

the wilde flowers throughout the years 1965 to 1969 of course were brian hopper, hugh hopper, robert wyatt, richard coughlan, richard sinclair and kevin ayers, plus assorted friends and relatives like mike ratledege and the people of zobe: the prototype and the nucleus of the canterbury sound and scene. here you can see, hear and download the 1994 compilation of their work, plus some bonustracks i found in my collection.

both the original 1994 voiceprint version and the 2015 floating world release (including a bonus cd with twelve tracks of sessions and sketches falsely credited to the wilde flowers) do for one reason or any other not mention the three veryvery wonderful tracks that were hidden waydowndeep in the canterburied sounds collection from 1998, but of course they are included here, as well as a jimi hendrix version of a wilde flowers tune (well; almost a hendrix tune, but no, but then again, yes, but) and a precursering track by the hopper brothers. i hope you will enjoy this alternative alternative version.

so let's go-go!

01 - impotence    
02 - those words they say    
03 - memories (listen directly)
04 - don't try to change me    
05 - parchman farm    
06 - almost grown (listen directly)   
07 - she's gone    
08 - slow walkin' talk (listen directly
09 - he's bad for you    
10 - it's what i feel (a certain kind)    
11 - memories (instrumental)    
12 - never leave me    
13 - time after time (listen directly)   
14 - just where i want    
15 - no game when you lose    
16 - impotence (listen directly)
17 - why do you care (with zobe)   
18 - the pieman cometh (with zobe)   
19 - summer spirit (with zobe)   
20 - she loves to hurt (listen directly)   
21 - the big show    
22 - memories

the bonustracks:

23 - slow walkin' talk (jimi hendrix on bass, and robert wyatt all other instruments; recorded in 1968)
24 - johnny b. goode (listen directly)
25 - thinking of you, baby
26 - you really got me (listen directly)
(24-26: the wilde flowers 1964; with kevin ayers of course)

27 - kansas city / rip it up (brian and hugh hopper, summer of 1962)

(mp3 / all scans included / direct download)