KEVIN AYERS
1970-1974
Unreleased radio + TV
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1970-1974 - BBC & Capitol Radio - radio & tv (44m)
Kevin Ayers + various lineups (Lol Coxhill, David Bedford, Robert Wyatt)

1970-05-20 - London, UK - BBC Radio 1 - Alan Black Show:
1) Reinhardt & Geraldine/Colores Para Dolores (4:32) *
1970-06-09 - BBC Radio 1 - Top Gear:
2) Lunatic's Lament (4:39) **
1972-03-20 - BBC TV - Education TV Studios - Music Alive w/Lol Coxhill, David Bedford & Robert Wyatt:
3) Introduction by Brian Kenney and Kevin Ayers (1:03) ***
4)
Hymn (early version - then untitled) (4:55)
5)
collective improvisation (7:00) $
6)
collective improvisation end (0:10)
1973-06-12 - BBC TV - Old Grey Whistle Test:
7) Shouting In A Bucket Blues (4:29) =
8) Oh What A Dream (2:54)
1974 Aug - London, UK - Capitol Radio:
9) Thank You (3:49) +
10)
conversation with Kevin Ayers (2:04)
11)
piano duet with Brian Eno (2:28)
12) The Lady Rachel (5:15)
13)
goodnite (0:49)

* [Cuts in on intro. End cut].
** (Announcement by John Peel): "...Kevin Ayers".
*** "I'm Brian Kenney and I'm gonna be introducin' Music Alive. To start off this program we have Kevin Ayers".
$ "With David Bedford on organ and Lol Coxhill on saxophone (...) but now for Kevin and Robert's improvisation".
= "...On the way now from Kevin Ayers, both of them from the new Bananamour lp and this the first...".
+ "Kevin Ayers you knocked us all out...terrific...we gotta take a break now but we will be back...".

Source: All from cassette trades/unknown generation cassette->cd with Philips Audio cd Recorder->wav->flac
except 9-13 from bootleg Double LP 'Canterbury Tapes' vinyl --> cd --> wav --> flac
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[KEVIN AYERS UNRELEASED RADIO + TV 1970-1974] Flac set shared as torrent on Dime by nadir_53.
No SBE's - TLH analysis - fingerprints

1970-05-20 Alan Black Show, 1970-06-09 Top Gear and 1972-03-20 Music Alive sessions listed on Calyx.


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