19 March, 2016

Playlist - 19 March 2016

Having recovered from the sight and sound of Magma in concert in Adelaide last Saturday night, Seasons Of Change tonight is mainly devoted to revisiting the musical legacy of Australian legend Ross Hannaford (Daddy Cool and many other bands), Keith Emerson and George Martin, plus - via the Seasons Of Change Birthday Book - music from Phil Judd (Split Enz, The Swingers, Schnell Fenster).

Daddy Cool    Make your stash (1972) (Sex, Dope, Rock n Roll: Teenage Heaven / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Sons Of The Vegetal Mother    Make it begin (1970) (Garden Party EP / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Daddy Cool    Come back again (1971) (single)
The Nice    America (Jun 1968) (single)
The Nice    Rondo (1967) (The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Knife Edge (1970) (Emerson Lake & Palmer)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Karn Evil 9 First Impression Pt.2 (1973) (Brain Salad Surgery)
Keith Emerson    Nighthawks (Main Title Theme) (1981) (Nighthawks)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Hoedown (live) (1974) (Welcome Back My Friends, To The Show That Never Ends…)
The Beatles    Side 2 of Abbey Road (1969)  (Abbey Road)
The Beatles    Strawberry fields forever (1967) (single only)
The Beatles    Eleanor Rigby (1966)  (Revolver)
The Beatles    A day in the life (1967)  (Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Band)
The Beatles    I want to hold your hand (1963)  (single)
Mahavishnu Orchestra    Vision of a naked sword (1974) (Apocalypse)
Split Enz    Time for a change (1975) (Mental Notes)
Split Enz    Malmsbury villa (1979) (Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    Sweet dreams (1976) (Second Thoughts)
The Swingers    Counting the beat (1981) (Practical Jokers)
Tamam Shud    Stand in the sunlight + Shakin’ out the stones + Sea the swells (live, 2007) (Noosa Rain)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Brain salad surgery (1973) (Brain Salad Surgery)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Fanfare for the common man (1977) (Works Volume I)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Jerusalem (1973) (Brain Salad Surgery)

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