Listen! Hear here! Robert Plant & The Band Of Joy live

Posted by admin on Monday Sep 27, 2010 Under Magic, Music, Rock'n'Roll


Now-ish: Robert Plant & The Band Of Joy at The Bowery Ballroom NYC Sept 12th 2010 by Diana Wong for NPR

Hear here!

This is an edited version of the Bowery Ballroom concert:
Monkey
House Of Cards
Please Read The Letter
Misty Mountain Hop
Move Up
Satan
Angel Dance
Houses Of The Holy
Down To The Sea
Gallows Pole


Zen-ish: BP Fallon & Robert Plant & Vanessa Gilbert on the balcony of The Continental Hyatt House, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood 1973

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BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle with Band Of The Week
– from Mullingar - The Aftermath

BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle starring The Aftermath

00:00 Wang Dang Doodle intro. Intro?
00:10 John Lennon & Jaime Coon get choogling
01:50 Ramalama Boogaloo Wang Dang Doodle – Ronnie Drew
02:00 All I Want Is For You To Be Happy – The Aftermath
07:47 Va Va Va Voom – Brett Smiley
10:46 Too Cool To Love – The Ropes
13:27 Air Kisses For The Masses – Bebe Buell
17:46 BP Fallon kisserama
18:23 Coming Down – The BellRays
21:18 I’m Mad – The Dead Weather
24:33 There’s A Darkness – The Aftermath
28:08 Ain’t Blues Too Sad – Roky Erickson
29:31 Goodbye Sweet Dreams – Roky Erickson
33:51 BP Fallon grinnerama
34:51 21st Century Stance – Marc Bolan & BP Fallon
37:11 Joyful Mystery – The Aftermath
42:12 Ali’s Here – Ali Farka Toure
45:18 L’Amour Et La Violence (Boys Noiz Rmx) – Sebastien Tellier
51:05 Red Light – Johnny Gallagher
55:35 Finale – Sean Lennon
60:04 BP au revoir
61:22 One Is Fun – The Aftermath
64:45 And the jingles jangling go auld triangling
65:06 Up And Down With The Aftermath – The Aftermath
65:49 Finale


Photography: BP Fallon backed by The Aftermath at
Electric Picnic by Colm Kelly


Photography: ‘Liz Wuz Here’ Bebe Buell & May by BP Fallon


Photography: Ali Farka Toure


Photography: Irina Lazareanu and Sean Lennon choogling along
to BP DJing, by Radek

More vibey Wang Dang visuals plus live gig listings on fab BreakThruRadio.com

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Group therapy: ‘Wild Thing’ in Blackpool by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, feral and filthy and fun and regal and still legal… And now:

“Gonna leave this town, yeah
Gotta leave this town
Gonna make a whole lotta money
Gonna be big, yeah…”

The whole of this clip is mesmerising, from Jimi on twelve-string acoustic to Jimi in the limo overloading on Jazz Woodbine with Jeanette Jacobs and another girl. From the superb film ‘Jimi Hendrix’ by Joe Boyd.

God Bless you, Jimi. And Noel and Mitch too. And thank you for the magic x

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Hi-Fi-Sci: BP Fallon & Gavin Friday live

Posted by admin on Friday Sep 17, 2010 Under BP Fallon, Magic, Music, Rock'n'Roll


The shadow of your simile – BP Fallon performs @ Biorhythm Live: Emotion at Science Gallery Trinity College Dublin. Photography by lib-lab

The view from the tabloids:
“Bono’s hood buds from waaay way back: Gavo Friday, Guggo and BP Fallo – were all there at the Science Gallery with BP and Friday performing something no doubt edgy, arty and futurey… You know, after BP Fallon kicks the bucket we reckon his body should become a permanent exhibition at the Science Gallery. Shame he’s an immortal”
- more from ShowBiz Ireland in Gav, Gugg & BP Do Trinners Baby…


The view from the cheap seats – Kate Ellis & Gavin Friday perform while BP Fallon gazes in wonderment @ Biorhythm Live: Emotion at Science Gallery TCD. Photography by lib-lab

The view from the intelligentsia (Gavin Friday’s site, actually):
“… although local vibe master BP Fallon brought it back to heart and bones with a spoken word performance of his recent single ‘I Believe in Elvis’ where in no uncertain terms he challenged the very notion of Fame”
- more by Pat Lynch in Review – Biorhythm Live: Emotion


“No-one had the balls to say ‘Elvis, I love you. You’re a bit fat. Have an apple'”. BP Fallon gets emotional @ Biorhythm Live: Emotion. Photography by lib-lab


Kate Ellis & Gavin Friday blow minds with Shakespeare @ Biorhythm Live: Emotion. Photography by lib-lab


Fiddle-player Caoimhín Ó Raghallaig was beyond amazing, so serene,
@ Biorhythm Live: Emotion. Photography by Richard Walshe

Much thanks to Michael John Gorman, Karen Walshe, Lynn Scarf, Lea O’Flannagain, Derek Williams and all at Science Gallery plus of course the lauded Biorhythm Live host Gerry Godley.

Meanwhile I’m still thinking… :)


Photography: Gavin Friday Goes Ghost Rider by BP Fallon

Hear here! Gavin Friday and Dave Ball’s cover of Suicide’s Ghost Rider

Mr Friday calls it a “Sci-fi trash rockarolla”.

The single was recorded as part of a 70th Birthday EP tribute series to Suicide vocalist Alan Vega. Available on limited edition vinyl and for download from Blast First Petite. The download comes in two formats: mp3 and high quality lossless FLAC file and includes the single’s artwork.

The limited edition vinyl 10″ of the song contans additional tracks by Thomas Brinkmann (Diamonds, Furcoats, Champagne) and Alan Vega (Puss On Tha Time Warp). It’s also available as a limited edition radio CD.


Image: The Ghost Rider sleeve

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BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle with Artist Of The Week
– from Detroit - Knowa KnowOne

BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle starring Knowa KnowOne

00:00 Wang Dang Doodle goes even more cosmic
00:10 John Lennon gets dedicating
00:20 Ramalama Boogaloo Wang Dang Doodle – Ronnie Drew
00:30 As De Terre – Knowa KnowOne
04:40 BP verbal
05:22 Wildness – Knowa KnowOne
09:06 Skunk (Sonically Speaking) – The MC5
13:15 Bobby Gillespie reciting The Sonic’s Strychnine
13:37 Psyched Out And Furious – The Flaming Sideburns
17:46 Psycho – The Shining Twins
30:43 Psychedelic Music – Lightning Raiders w/ Steve Jones & Paul Cook
23:05 BP rabbit
24:00 Big Island Love – Knowa KnowOne featuring The Laboratory
28:56 Joyful Mystery – The Aftermath
33:57 Low Down – Tom Waits
38:10 Going Out West – Tom Waits
41:57 It’s These Changes – Joe King Carrasco
45:23 Isolation – Heavy Trash
48:42 100 Years From Now – Karen Elson
51:51 T-Street – Knowa KnowOne
57:07 BP bows to the many universes
58:29 Cumbia Dub – Knowa KnowOne
62:28 And the jingles jangling go auld triangling


Photography: Knowa KnowOne


Image: the first MC5 album cover


Photography: Alison Mosshart & Bobby Gillespie by BP Fallon


Photography: The Shining Twins by BP Fallon


Photography: John Lennon by Robert Freeman

More vibey Wang Dang visuals plus live gig listings on fabbo BreakThruRadio.com

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