Curved Air are a British progressive rock group formed in 1970 by musicians from mixed artistic backgrounds, including classic, folk, and electronic sound. The resulting sound of the band was a mixture of progressive rock, folk rock, and fusion with classical elements … (read more at Wikipedia)
Links To Peel
As recounted by Sheila in Margrave Of The Marshes (page 297), Curved Air vocalist Sonja Kristina Linwood was among the "usual suspects" who took part in Peel's original Carol Concert, first broadcast on Top Gear on 26 December 1970.
Festive Fifty Entries
One session only. No known commercial released. A session with a different tracklist was released on On Air Strange Fruit SFRSCD022 / Live At The BBC Band Of Joy BOJCD 014 listed with this date, but it was actually recorded for Mike Harding's "Sounds of the Seventies" 17 November 1970.
- Screw / Vivaldi / Hide And Seek
- 14 March 1971: Recorded 1971-03-04. Peel concert show.
- Blind Man
- It Happened Today
- Propositions/What Happens When You Blow ..
- Thinking On The Floor
Other Shows Played
(The list below was compiled only from the database of this site and is likely to be incomplete. Please add more information if known.)
- 24 October 1970: Vivaldi (LP - Airconditioning) Warner Bros
- 18 September 1971: unknown
- Radio Luxembourg Tracklistings 4: Not Quite The Same (LP - Phantasmagoria) Warner Bros.
- 04 April 1972: Ultra-Vivaldi (LP – Phantasmagoria) Warner Bros
- 05 May 1972: Not Quite The Same (LP - Phantasmagoria) Warner Brothers
- 30 May 1972: Melinda (More Or Less) (LP - Phantasmagoria) Warner Brothers