Thursday, July 26
Monument is the new album from singer-songwriter Galen Ayers. Following the death of her father, Kevin Ayers (an original member of the progressive rock band Soft Machine), she retreated to Greek island of Hydra and began writing a series of songs that reflected her grief and her evolving sense of self. We’ll hear selections from Monument as well as material from her father’s final album, 2007’s Unfairground, which features contributions from cohorts such as Robert Wyatt and Phil Manzanera plus Norman Blake of Teenage Fanclub and Julian Koster of Neutral Milk Hotel.
Friday, July 27
Listen for selections from Tin Machine II, the 1991 sophomore effort from the band Tin Machine featuring David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels as well as Hunt and Tony Sales. Plus music from A Night In Amnesia, a collaboration between Gabrels and fellow guitarist David Tronzo, who Gabrels once described as bridging the distance between Louisiana roots musician Sonny Landreth and avant garde player Sonny Sharock.
Saturday, July 28
We’ll hear music from Tim Buckley’s 1970 effort, Starsailor plus music from his son Jeff’s posthumous release Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk.
Monday, July 30
We’ll hear music from Randy Newman’s 1968 self-titled album plus selections from Eric Clapton’s 1983 effort Money and Cigarettes.
Tuesday, July 31
We’ll preview our August features, Neko Case and Robert Plant.