Music mix from Norway, Sweden & Finland
1 Gadni (Spirit of The Mountain) by Ande Somby (ft Chris Watson)
2 Biberslått by Nils Økland
3 His Eyes Were Suns by Jan Garbarek
4 Prism by Terje Isungset & Arve Henriksen
5 The Beauty of Decay by Eivind Aarset
6 AHOB 1 by Arve Henriksen & Teun Verbruggen
7 Phlegethon (Stream of Fire) by Arne Deforce & Mika Vainio
8 9.2 by Supersilent
9 4'41" by Pan Sonic
10 She Penetrates The Distant Silence by FIRE!
11 Tsirani Tsar by Tigran Hamasyan, Arve Hendriksen, Elvind Aarset & Jan Bang
12 Largo, Op.55: Largo by Terje Rypdal
13 Red Cafe by Erik Honore
14 Morgunstjarna by Trio Mediæval & Arve Henriksen
15 Tacker Herranom, Mats Hansu Polskan by Lena Willemark & Ale Möller
16 Áššogáttis by Sofia Jannok
17 Cuovgi Liekkas (Jah Wobble Remix II) by Mari Boine
18 Three Continents by Jimi Tenor & Tony Allen
Bachir Attar: ghaita, lira, guinbri
Mustapha Attar: ghaita, lira, drums
Ahmed Bakhat: drums, violin
Abdellah Bohkzar: drums
Mohamed el Attar: drums
Bill Laswell: bass
Hamid Drake: drums
Aiyb Dieng: percussion
Graham Hayens: cornet
Peter Apfelbaum: sax, flute
Oz Fritz: live sound
James Dellatacoma: backline
Recorded by Oz Fritz on July 10th, 2015 (Friday) at Gent Jazz Festival
The program was about people who had survived suicide attempts and having been there it really resonated with me. My friend Akemi who is one of the featured people offers some good thoughts for all our survival. If you are in Australia watch it HERE. If you are outside Australia well fire up your VPN
Sue MacGregor reunites five musicians who embraced the anarchy of punk music and created a unique style of their own.
For many young people, Britain in the late 1970s was a place without hope. Unemployment was high. The value of the pound was low and, despite the feminist activity of the early 1970s, the most many girls aspired to was to marry well and look good.
Female role models were hard to fine - especially in music. The only all-girl troupes on Top of the Pops were Legs and Co.
Then punk happened.
Women could dress how they liked, behave how they wanted and develop their own sound without being manipulated by the mostly male gatekeepers of the record industry. Young women who didn't fit the traditional mould of femininity found a new tribe in punk. A place where they could finally be themselves. But the movement attracted fear and aggression from straight society. And few made much money from the short-lived scene.
Sue MacGregor brings together five female punk pioneers.
Gaye Advert, bass player in The Adverts, was described as the first female punk star. But the industry focus on her looks caused animosity in the band.
Toyah Willcox, an aggressive tomboy, found her emotional rebellion in punk and appeared in Derek Jarman's cult punk film Jubilee.
Gina Birch of The Raincoats played her first gig in November 1977 a few weeks after forming her all-female band.
Tessa Pollitt abandoned her A levels to join all girl punk band, The Slits.
Vivien Goldman was in the The Flying Lizards and Features Editor on the weekly music paper, Sounds. She is now a Professor of Punk in New York.
The guests discuss the impact and legacy of their movement.
Producer: Karen Pirie
Presenter: Sue MacGregor
Series Producer: David Prest
A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 4
Guitar - Skip McDonald
Bass - Doug Wimbish
Drums - Keith LeBlanc
Keys + Vox - Bernard Fowler
Mix - Adrian Sherwood
Malcolm X - No Sell Out
Ticking Time Bomb
Mind At The End Of The Tether
Red Hot Mama
Body To Burn
Love Kills Pain On Contact
King Of The Beat
1 Last Night The Moon Came by Jon Hassell
2 Before & Afterlife by Arve Henriksen
3 Sober by Nils Petter Molvær
4 Exile by Loren Mazzacane Connors
5 Waterflower 1 by Kristof Hahn
6 La Fotografie by Ennio Morricone
7 Cruise by Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers
8 Morning In Berlin by Irmin Schmidt
9 Shadows by Cliff Martinez
10 Haiku 10 by Dalot
11 Moslem Satellite Channel by Muslimgauze
12 Pleasure Centre (Pharaoh's Remix) by CFCF
13 Border State Collapse by Kuedo
14 Dark Days by MLZ
15 Yermande (Prophet 5 Mix) by Mark Ernestus’ Ndagga Rhythm Force