Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Transmission 4307

We celebrate the life and music of Ian Wallace, drummer extraordinaire and former member of King Crimson who lost the fight to cancer on February 23, 2007. Ian's drumming is particularly impressive on this live recording of Sailor's Tale from Crimo's intimate performance at Denver's Summit Studios on March 12, 1972. Ian, you will be missed.

Along with the KC, you also get tunes in rapid succession from Graham Parker, The Rumour, Moon Martin, Robert Palmer, post-Buzzcocks Pete Shelly, early Simple Minds, Nazareth, Santana, Jules Shear and the Pink Floyd debut of David Gilmour! This one goes by way too fast!

T4307 is a 56.5MB 128k mp3 1:01:43 in length made loud to be played loud!

"baby honey baby your the one, carve your name right on my gun"

RFW

3 comments:

joy said...

wow - i'd never heard king crimson before, that piece was amazing.

please play more of them!

RADIO FREE WOHLMAN said...

Hi Joy,

I'm glad you enjoyed it. I need no prodding to play more Crimson!

How did you lke the artist show? It was your idea!

David

joy said...

the artist show was fun but the jazz show you did right after was phenomenal!

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