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*Tracklisting below is from Volume 2(ii) of the [[Decktician Logs]]. Many thanks to Decktician, [[Ken Garner]] for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
 
*Tracklisting below is from Volume 2(ii) of the [[Decktician Logs]]. Many thanks to Decktician, [[Ken Garner]] for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
*A sequence of three losers in this show. One fo them is by the band [[Aubrey Small]], who were closely associated with [[Bob Harris]] but never achieved any commercial success.
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*A sequence of three losers in this show. One of them is by the band [[Aubrey Small]], who were closely associated with [[Bob Harris]] but never achieved any commercial success.
 
*[[Heads Hands And Feet]] were a crtiically-acclaimed band who got a fair degree of radio and TV exposure, but it didn't lead to big record sales. However, guitarist [[Albert Lee]] went on to make a name for himself as a solo artist and with various bands, while bassist [[Chas Hodges]] became half of [[Chas and Dave|Chas & Dave]]..
 
*[[Heads Hands And Feet]] were a crtiically-acclaimed band who got a fair degree of radio and TV exposure, but it didn't lead to big record sales. However, guitarist [[Albert Lee]] went on to make a name for himself as a solo artist and with various bands, while bassist [[Chas Hodges]] became half of [[Chas and Dave|Chas & Dave]]..
 
*A track by [[Rodriquez]] (Sixto Rodriguez), an artist who remained obscure until the late 1990s, when he was rediscovered by fans in [[South Africa]] where his albums had been best-sellers. This led to a revival of his career and to a documentary film about him, ''Searching for Sugar Man'' (2012)[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Searching_for_Sugar_Man].
 
*A track by [[Rodriquez]] (Sixto Rodriguez), an artist who remained obscure until the late 1990s, when he was rediscovered by fans in [[South Africa]] where his albums had been best-sellers. This led to a revival of his career and to a documentary film about him, ''Searching for Sugar Man'' (2012)[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Searching_for_Sugar_Man].

Latest revision as of 14:21, March 31, 2018

Show Edit

Name
Station
  • BBC Radio One
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1972-03-31
Comments
  • Tracklisting below is from Volume 2(ii) of the Decktician Logs. Many thanks to Decktician, Ken Garner for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
  • A sequence of three losers in this show. One of them is by the band Aubrey Small, who were closely associated with Bob Harris but never achieved any commercial success.
  • Heads Hands And Feet were a crtiically-acclaimed band who got a fair degree of radio and TV exposure, but it didn't lead to big record sales. However, guitarist Albert Lee went on to make a name for himself as a solo artist and with various bands, while bassist Chas Hodges became half of Chas & Dave..
  • A track by Rodriquez (Sixto Rodriguez), an artist who remained obscure until the late 1990s, when he was rediscovered by fans in South Africa where his albums had been best-sellers. This led to a revival of his career and to a documentary film about him, Searching for Sugar Man (2012)[1].

Sessions Edit

  • Heads Hands & Feet, #1. Recorded 1972-03-14. "Warming Up The Band" and "Hot Property" not transmitted until 09 June 1972. No known commercial release.
  • Tony 'Duster' Bennett, #5. Recorded 1972-02-28. "I Feel So Good" and "Watcha Gonna Do" not transmitted until 05 May 1972. No known commercial release.
  • David Bowie, #3 (rpt). First broadcast 28 January 1972. Recorded 1972-02-11. "Ziggy Stardust" not included in this repeat. No commercial release. Original master tape reportedly lost, although tape copies are available.
  • Roy Young Band #1 (repeat). First broadcast 25 February 1972. Recorded 1972-02-08. "Roll It On" and "Mr. Funky" not included in this repeat. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting Edit

File Edit

Name
Length
Other
Available
  • Tracklisting only

Footnotes Edit

  1. Song title not found. Possibly "Howlin' Wolf Boogie".
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