Showing posts with label Budgie. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Budgie. Show all posts

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Lucille DJ interviews The Day After The Sabbath

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Interview by Lucille DJ

Many thanks to Lucille DJ (fb) at www.controradio.it (web) for getting in touch and asking to conduct this interview, which was broadcast in instalments between the 5th of January 2015 and the 15th of February, on her weekly radio show based in Florence Italy.

"Bumping into 'The Day After The Sabbath' was like opening the door of a rusty archive of the most obscure and interesting hard rock bands that never really became famous. For me who is not only a collector but also the DJ of the radio program 'Lucyfer', having the chance to speak to Rich and getting to know how he started and built the blog was a real experience. His everlasting passion in researching long-time forgotten gems is contagious and reminds me how music still is the most universal language on earth and yet the most undiscovered one". - Lucille Mancini

Lucille DJ aka Lucille Mancini
You can hear 'Lucyfer' by Lucille DJ every Sunday from 9pm to 10.30pm C.E.T. streaming at www.controradio.it, where it is also available as a podcast download.

Pt. 1
00.00 Introduction and TDATS backstory 1
04.32 Budgie "Crash Course In Brain Surgery" excerpt
05.31 backstory 2
10:23 Bang "Our Home" excerpt
11.06 Volume 111 - Cobra singles
13.36 Cobra "Midnight Walker"
16.54 Volume 76 Native American 1
19.14 Winterhawk "Selfish Man"
24.31 Volume 76 Native American 2
25.25 Buffy St. Marie "Keeper Of The Fire" excerpt
25.56 Volume 76 Native American 3
27.33 Jesse Ed Davis "Red Dirt Boogie Brother"
30.55 Volume 85 Ra'anan book 1
32.37 Rodriguez "Only Good for Conversation" excerpt
34.08 Volume 85 Ra'anan book 2
35.38 Morgen "Welcome to the Void"
40.18 Vol 105 Going Down 1
42.06 Moloch "Goin Down"  excerpt
43.26 Vol 105 Going Down 2
44.39 Booker T. & The M.G.'s - "Slim Jenkins' Place" excerpt
45.12 Vol 105 Going Down 3

Pt.2
00.00 Freedom "Going Down"
04.41 Red neck farmers rock idea
06.25 Wabash Resurrection - "In Heat"
11.11 Vol 17 first female collection 1
12.23 Linda Hoyle "Pieces of Me" excerpt
12.53 Vol 17 first female collection 2
13.55 Carman Maki & Blues Creation "Motherless Child"
20.45 Vol 109 Biker movie rock 1
22.04 Lenny Stack - The Duel (Part 1)
24.18 Vol 109 Biker movie rock 2
24.58 East-West Pipeline "You Could Be"
27.58 Vol 68 Neil Merryweather 1
28.53 Lita Ford "Ready, Willing & Able" excerpt
29.55 Vol 68 Neil Merryweather 2
31.11 Neal Merry Weather's Space Rangers "Escape" excerpt
31.36 Vol 68 Neil Merryweather 3
31.59 Heavy Cruiser "Wonder Wheel"
33.25 Heavy Cruiser "Super Girl"
37.07 Vol 96 Heat Exchange
38.59 Heat Exchange "Inferno"

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Tony Bourge (of Budgie) recent radio interview

DJ Andy Fox with Tony Bourge
(l-r) DJ Andy Fox with Tony Bourge
Here's a recent interview with Budgie guitarist Tony Bourge, recorded for a community radio station in Bristol, south-west England. Tony talks about the past and his new recordings. You can download the whole thing in mp3 and here's the blurb: Without doubt a very special Rockshow this week as ex-Budgie guitarist, the man who committed that legendary “Breadfan” riff (and so many more!) to vinyl, Tony Bourge joins Andy Fox in the GTFM Rockshow studio to talk about his days in one of Wales’ finest ever bands and introduce tracks from his long time coming solo album “Crank It Up“. The link with mp3/podcast download is over at the GTFM blog. Happy listenin'

For those that don't know, Budgie, from Cardif, Wales, was one the other early hard rock/metal bands that was there right at the beginning along with Sabbath, Led Zep and all the others. Covered by the likes of Soundgarden, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Van Halen, and with songs like 1973's Breadfan their place in history is secured......
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