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The Other Side (Music)

Tue Nov 3rd 2015 8.00pm–10.00pm

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Time zone: pacific

8:00pm

Harmonia “Ahoi!”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —Their first record & the one that started it all

8:05pm

Michael Rother “Interview - Harmonia Works Vinyl Box Set”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Harmonia cofounder Michael Rother talking about how the new Works 5 Vinyl record set came about

8:11pm

Harmonia “Watussi”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —another classic track from Harmonia's first LP

8:17pm

Michael Rother “Interview - Song Titles & Lyrics”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Mr. Rother talking about Harmonia's song titles & lyrics

8:20pm

Harmonia “Sehr Komisch”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —Clearly this is not new age musik in the classic western tradition, but do check out the title as it is a gentle poke at the genre to be sure!

8:31pm

Harmonia “Sonnenschein”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —with a pulse that never stops, this track showcases how this wonderful trio set such a high mark for all the rest to follow.

8:35pm

Michael Rother “Interview - the Motorik sound”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Michael Rother discussing how Harmonia used the classic Neu! "motorik" rhythm in their music and how it might have helped contribute to the trio's grand finale...

8:36pm

Harmonia “Dino”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —A true Krautrock classic with that relentless pulsing "motorik" rhythm - check it out!

8:40pm

Harmonia “Veterano”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —and one more classic Harmonia "motorik" track to keep you in the mood!

8:44pm

Harmonia “Hausmusik”
from Musik von Harmonia Album (Gronland Records 1974) —A more playful 'Cluster meets Rother' rockish like track, so simple yet ever so wonderfully delicious!

8:48pm

Michael Rother “Interview - Harmonia was not a side project!”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Lets set the record straight, Harmonia was not a side project for these three, rather Neu! & Cluster were the side projects from 1974-1975 with a taste of what could have been when they met again in 1976 with Brian Eno.

8:51pm

Harmonia “Gollum”
from de Luxe Album (Vertigo Berlin 1975) —from their 2nd album Deluxe, this track sounds rather space agey mixed with that wonderful Krautrock tribal rhythm thanks to Guru Guru drummer Mani Neumeier

9:05pm

Roedelius “Interview - 1st & 2nd Records”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Hans Achim Roedeius talking about the band meeting & getting to know one another

9:06pm

Harmonia “Deluxe (Immer weiter)”
from Deluxe Album (Independent Label Services 1975) —the first track from Harmonia's 2nd LP. Sounding at first like a classic Cluster track, then the chanting starts, the fuzz guitar enters and the magic spell is cast.. This track clearly shows why Brian Eno called them "the world's most important rock band

9:16pm

Michael Rother “Interview - Tribal Lyric Fun”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Michael Rother talking about where the lyrics and tribal like chanting ideas came from.

9:17pm

Harmonia “Monza (Rauf und runter)”
from Deluxe Album (Independent Label Services 1975) —One of the all time great classic Harmonia tracks!

9:24pm

Roedelius “Interview - discussing the Live 74 recordings”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Achim talking about his thoughts on the Live 74 concert release

9:25pm

Harmonia “Arabesque (Live)”
from Harmonia Live 1974 Album (Gronland 2009) —Harmonia playing live to a small crowd, but you'd sure never know it from listening to the performance!

9:31pm

Roedelius “Interview - Working with Brian Eno”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Roedlelius talking about the band first meeting & then working with Brian Eno in 1976

9:33pm

Harmonia & Eno '76 “trace”
from Tracks and Traces Album (Gronland Records 2007) —A snippet of Harmonia's wonderful work with Brian Eno

9:35pm

Harmonia & Eno '76 “welcome”
from Tracks and Traces (Reissue) [Bonus Track Version] Album (Groenland Records 2009) —a lovely bonus track from the remastered Tracks & Traces album that the entire band helped put together.

9:36pm

Harmonia & Eno `76 “almost”
from Tracks and Traces Album (Gronland Records 2007) —more of the lost then found Harmonia & Eno collaboration...

9:42pm

Michael Rother “Interview - Harmonia Works Vinyl Box set promo”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Michael Rother talking about the various promo he is doing in support of the new Works Box Set release

9:43pm

Harmonia “Walky Talky”
from Deluxe Album (Independent Label Services 1975) —In collaboration with the legendary Conny Plank who worked with the band on sculpting Deluxe, and rhythmic support once more courtesy of Guru Guru drummer Mani Neumeier, this is one of the all time great Harmonia tracks!!

9:54pm

Michael Rother “Interview - Dieter's Embrace”
from Interview Other (Interview 2015) N  —Michael Rother talking about one of his last times with Dieter Moebius before he passed earlier this year.

9:55pm

Harmonia “Notre Dame”
from Deluxe Album (Independent Label Services 1975) —And so ends Part 1 of our Harmonia special, looks for Part 2 coming sometime in early 2016, thanks for your calls and your support of alternative music and sounds from the other side...


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.