#29 15 May 2004 GOThMag presents Venn Festival, Cube Microplex
About 15 acts performed each act took up half of the stage and played for 20 mins. the next act would begin 5 minutes before the end of the previous. a curtain hung on a washingline across the stage was employed to mask the act once finished (and encourage to finish on time/ begin on time)
here’s the full show.. i’m not sure which act appears when but i think it starts with bucky and you can hear the keepers of the fire around 50mins in
Programmed to go along with a canadian film about sadness The Saddest Music In The World we put together an event based on this theme with a prize for the saddest song… i think Tammy Payne won but a blurry eyed night was had by all.
The Greatness Of The Magnificence presents songs of the Legendary Moonflowers, performed by original members of that psychedelic music collective whose chaotic presence was felt in the late ’80s and ’90s locally and nationally. Music celebrating Eggsistance.
here’s a link to blogspot page for podcast originally broadcast on the 29 september 2004featuring interview with acclaimed whistler robert stemmons and footage from Greatness whistling event performed a week earlier at the cube cinema bristol
This program originally broadcast 7th July 2004 attempts to demonstrate the chromatic scale through appropriate songs.
1. Duke Ellington – Caravan (in Em but must have thought it was in C)
2. Hank Harry – Turn Around (C#m)
3. The Loft – Why Does The Rain (D)
4. Ray Charles – Somewhere Over The Rainbow (in Eb)
Paul Bradley talks
5. Organelles – Our Tunnel (starts in Em)
6. Django Reinhart – Nuages (in F)
7. Tom Waits – Walkin Spanish (F#m)
8. Lyndsey Cockwell – Scratched Folk (G)
9. Gerri Miller with The Magic Tramps – Mama Look At Me Now (Ab)
10. Silver Bullet Band – Don’t You Take It too Hard (A)
11. Jukes – Song Of Saints (Bb)
12. Marc Gauvin – Nadia (Bm)