Announcements

Alex Harvey Remastered

Sunday from 1400 KI time, we will present Alex Harvey, both with his Sensational Band and solo. Spanning Soul, Blues, Glam and Prog, Harvey’s too-short career should have something of interest for most of our usual audience.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Jazz on a Clear Day, remastered

In our series of re-mastered shows from six years ago, on Sunday from 1400 KI time will will revisit our first Jazz-themed show, which focuses on live performances. Both pre- and post-show sets have been added, which had not been there when we originally aired this show.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

The History of Supertramp (Remastered)

As the second show we revisit for those who did not have a chance to catch it six years ago, on Sunday from 1500 KI time, we will tell the story of Supertramp. Again.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

The Music of Bob Dylan

On Sunday at the usual time, we are going to showcase the music of Bob Dylan—not always with the voice of Bob Dylan, though, since there are many brilliant cover versions of even his lesser-known songs.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Georgie Fame

Sunday from 1300 KI time, we will present the long career of Georgie Fame, with and without His Famous Flames.

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Malaclypse

Peter Hammill

On Sunday from 1400 KI time (Europe will be switching to DST next weekend…), we will present the work of Peter Hammill.

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Malaclypse

Un-Covered II

This Sunday, we will present our second show of songs that have no further connection to one another than that they have the same title, ergo are not covers of one another.

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Malaclypse

Live And Direct

The briefing for this, our next show, is for the tracks to be live (album, concert DVD or whatever) and better, more impressive than the studio album counterparts.  There are a lot of candidates, and I’ve asked all the team to contribute.  But, I’m the one who’ll do the selection, so it’s got to impress me 🙂

The title of the show should be recognisable to anyone of a certain age who was also into unusual SF TV series.  Let me know if you think you’ve got it, and I’ll tell you if you’re right, or at least on the same wavelength as me.

Dave Pegg, part 2

On the 19th of January, we will air the second part of our overview of the career of bass player Dave Pegg, founding member of Fairport Convention and, for a few years, bassist of Jethro Tull. He has also done some solo work and has played in the studio for many other artists.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

The Music of Bernie Taupin and Reginald Dwight

On the 8th of December, we will present music written by lyricist Bernie Taupin and composer Reginald Dwight (aka Elton John)—not necessarily performed by the latter (that would be too easy a show to put together), but often performed with a certain degree of success by other artists.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse