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  ::                     - WHAT'S RATTLIN' ? -                    ::
  ::       The Weekly Digest for Canterbury Music Addicts         ::
  ::                         Issue # 158                          ::
  ::                   Monday, July 10th, 2000                    ::
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Hi all,

My apologies for the longest gap between issues in WR's history. But don't worry, this is still going. As I had announced, I was on a 3-week trip to the USA and I've only just come back. No updates were made during this period but I understand no unannounced event popped up that I was unable to announce. I was happy to meet a number of WR subscribers during my trip, and look forward to meeting many others at the Canterbury Festival.

July 30th, 2000

"Mount Ephraim Gardens", Herne Hill (Nr Faversham)
[about four miles from Canterbury]

Tickets at £15:00 in advance / £20:00 on the day
Can be bought through agencies like Ticketweb on www.ticketweb.co.uk
and can also be bought in adavance if you write enclosing a cheque to:
"The Canterbury Sound Festival Company"
P.O.BOX 30, Faversham, Kent  ME 13 8AA



From: CuneiWay@aol.com
Subject: Future Cuneiform releases
Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2000 09:04:48 EDT


We are very pleased to announce that in May, 2001, Cuneiform Records will be releasing "Smoke Signals" by Matching Mole.

This album will consist of all previously unreleased live/rehearsal/test  performances. It has been assembled by Mike King, author of "Wrong Movements", the Robert Wyatt history, & is being issued with the full cooperation and permission of all members of the group [Bill MacCormick, Dave MacRae, Phil Miller, Robert Wyatt].

We'll let you know more information about this release a bit later, as the details get nailed down.

In related news, we have also arranged/licensed to release a live release by Chris McGregor's Brotherhood Of Breath. This was recorded 1/19/73 by Radio Bremen, and is a great live set by these musicians who were so influential upon [& often even played with] many of the "Canterbury" players. The musicians on this tape are: Chris McGregor, Mongezi Feza, Dudu Pukwana, Louis Moholo, Harry Miller, Mike Osborne, Evan Parker, Gary Windo, Mark Charig, Harry Beckett, Malcolm Griffiths & Nick Evans.

The date for this release is not yet known.

As always, thank you for your interest and support of our releases!

Cuneiform Records


From: sramusic@earthlink.net
Subject: Steve Adams Websites / Tour 2000 Info
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 22:04:51 -0700

Hello to all,

Steve Adams & everyone at Flying Cat Records are pleased to announce the online arrival of the new Steve Adams website (US) at http://www.steveadams.net, and the UK sister site at http://www.steve-adams.co.uk.

While the US website is focused mainly on news, tour info, biographies, etc.,  the UK site is much more extensive, including sound clips of all of Steve's CDs, video clips, links to all related websites, and the Flying Cat Online Store, a 100% secure server Progressive Rock CD store. At Flying Cat you can purchase any of Steve Adams CDs, plus those of related artists such as Pete Bardens, Colin Bass, Kit Watkins, Camel, Happy The Man, and many more to come.

The Steve Adams "Vertigo" tour is now set for the period of July 10-24th. Steve and his band, including Desha Dunnahoe (keyboards,  vocals), Susan Lyster (bass, vocals), and Dave Cohen (drums) will be playing in England, Holland, Belgium, and Poland. Some of the dates will be with John Wetton, Arena, & others. The live set will consist of songs from Steve's  1st CD "Maiden Voyage", as well as his latest release "Vertigo", and some new compositions planned to be released on an  upcoming CD, performed live for the first time on this tour. Don't miss your  chance to see the band play this powerful set of music live!

Thank you for your patience during the past couple of months of website reconstruction. We have worked very hard to provide you with an enjoyable experience, and we hope you check back often to stay up to date with Steve's  future activities. There are email links on both sites, please feel free to  contact Steve, or anyone else in the band, and tell us how you like the new  websites!

All the best,
Flying Cat Records

[Tour dates in live section at the end of this issue]


From: "David Voci" <david_voci@tcibr.com>
Subject: Henry Cow 10CD Box
Date: 07 Jun 00 13:41:11 -0700

Dear WRattlers,

Whilst participating in the Fred Frith live talk show(email group), I recently made a suggestion there that I would like to duplicate here.

As Chris Cutler had mentioned, the 5 members of Henry Cow are a collective and have to mutually agree on any decision regarding archive tapes to CD releases.

Chris also alluded to the point that in 2000, fans could possibly expect a 2CD set of this Henry Cow concert material from the archive vaults as CC had in his possession, or HC had in their possession 100+ tapes of this kind to excerpt material from.

My only suggestion to further this, as has happened with various musicians I like, is to up the ante to a 5CD set or better yet, a 10CD monster.

You could limit the number of copies, have some pre-order criteria and I would be extremely confident that a 5CD or 10CD Henry Cow archive set of this kind would sell at least 2000 copies.

Comments and suggestions are certainly welcome.
Happy trails my friends,



From: JAI@dr.dk
Subject: Charles Hayward
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 12:18:54 +0100

Dear Friend,

Being a fan of the Canterbury Scene since my 13th year of age (once in your blood, it stays), I have enjoyed your Calyx sites enormously. What a wonderful treasure you have established for us all to marvel in !!!

One musician, however, I find is missing: Charles Hayward (né, Charles John Hayward, b. December 3rd 1951 in London). He played in school bands with Phil Manzanera and Bill MacCormick with whom he later founded Quiet Sun (participated on the Mainstream album).

I know that his groups This Heat and The Camberwell Now sort of differs (the lyrics!) from what is to be considered Canterbury, however identifying the Canterbury spirit is something which is felt with your body upon hearing it, and I'm sure you will recognize Hayward's groups as Canterbury, if you study these.

This music truly lives up to the Canterbury characteristics as described by Didier Malherbe in your sites (the chord changes etc.) !!

You're the boss, but I would welcome your comments to my views.... Again; many thanks for you admirable work !!!!!!

Many cordial regards
Jan Nielsen

[Charles Hayward was also one of the many drummers in Gong, sometime during the first half of 1972... - AL]


From: (Dave Newhouse)
Subject: The Muffins
Date: Wed Jun 28 11:01:35 2000


Dave Newhouse from The Muffins here. So nice to see that we were included in the up-coming concerts list in this GREAT newsletter. There is a slight change to the July 14th gig - it's been moved to the Metro Cafe in Washington DC (unfortunately, Phantasmagoria closed its doors a few weeks ago - a sad happening for bands like us in this area.  It was a wonderful place to play!)

Hope to see some of you at our 2 shows in the States or Rome!
Later, Taters!  


From: mail@snappermusic.com
Subject: Gong update
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 16:12:29 +0100 (BST)

Gong champion Glastonbury

Our very own psychedelic space rockers caused a big stir headlining the final night of the infamous Glastonbury Festival on the decidedly different Avalon stage. The band performed a stunning set in front of a packed out tent featuring a gang of three dancing gnomes! The band were planning to perform with classical/rock crossover violinist Nigel Kennedy, a project the band hope to pursue at a later date. Gong are a band building up a truly global presence on the net - they have starred in two netcasts this year hosted by OnlineConcerts and I-Gig.com, with their glorious technicolour show from their recent mini European tour celebrating their March Snapper release, "Zero to Infinity" Gong have, in later life, become icons to many younger artists with their prototype use of hypnotic, repetitive beats and Eastern vibes, influencing modern trance and techno artists like Eat Static and The Orb.

Gong at the Hammy Palais
For everyone who missed the Gong Netcast - I'm assured it's on archive for a couple of months at http://www.i-gig.com which includes a great interview with the band by Jack Kane. It's in the "i-live" section.

Full gong family info and gig dates at;


From: Mark Powell
Subject: New Caravan release!!!!! - Caravan Anthology
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 10:41:36 EDT

Hello Aymeric

I'm emailing you details of the forthcoming Universal double CD set "Where But For Caravan Would I".

It has been put together by myself with the full involvement of Pye Hastings, who has given me full access to his collection of previously unseen photographs and posters.

The album is released on July 31st 2000 as Decca 5247552 in the UK and Europe. The CD set will come in an elaborate slip case with a 12 page full colour booklet and contains three previously unreleased tracks.

The track listing is as follows:

CD One

Place of My Own - Mono Version
Love Song With Flute - Mono Version
Magic Man - Mono Version
Where But For Caravan Would I - Mono Version
A Day In The Life Of Maurice Haylett - Previously Unreleased
If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
And I Wish I Were Stoned
Golf Girl - Previously unreleased extended version
Nine Feet Underground

CD Two

Winter Wine
Love To Love You - Previously unreleased extended version
The Love In Your Eye
Memory Lain, Hugh
L' Auberge Du Sanglier / A Hunting We Shall Go
Mirror For The Day
The Show of Our Lives
Stuck In A Hole - Single Version
No Backstage Pass
For Richard - Live with The New Symphonia

All the Caravan albums from "Caravan" to "Cunning Stunts" will be re-issued on Decca, beginning with the first three albums in September 2000. All albums will feature previously un-issued material and 12 page booklets with unseen photographs.

I would be grateful if you could mention all this on your Calyx website. I would also be grateful if you could mention and provide a link to the  Caravan Information Service website at


Best wishes

Mark Powell


From: Brian L Hopper
Subject: Canterbury boxed set
Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2000 11:55:11 +0100

Dear Aymeric,

I thought that in the original spirit of 'What's Rattlin', I would give you information on just that: what Mike Ratledge is currently doing! I had to speak with him recently about some music copyright matters and he told me he has spent the last few months researching material for a several programmes to be screened on British TV on the subject of 'The History of Facial Hair' i.e. beards, moustaches, shaving, associated social conventions etc. Apparently he is finding it very fascinating and reckons you could spend many years on the subject to do it justice!

I also noticed in a recent WR that you had some info about an Eagle
Rock/BMG Canterbury Music compilation. Well, I can now reveal that I have been putting it together plus sleeve notes on behalf of Rob Ayling for BMG using the Voiceprint catalogue as a basis. The concept is a celebration of Canterbury Music and musicians from the sixties to the present day and to show that they were not only making great music then but are still doing so now. So, in addition to music from the last thirty or so years, there are seven or eight completely new, unreleased tracks including the Jakko/Dave Stewart/Hugh Hopper remake of 'As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still' - which is really great by the way!

However, that it is only just one of the new goodies! There are two or three great tracks by The Happy Accidents - Graham Flight's band. This is music in the real Canterbury tradition, still being played in Canterbury - complex, interesting sounds, bizarre, weird, but with a lot of humour - the sort of music that is the true evolution of what we were into in the sixties. Even better, Voiceprint have agreed to bring out their most recent CD: 'SCITATICS' in the near future.

There is a new one by Hugh & Lisa Klossner and also an interesting one by Hugh and singer/guitarist Julian Whitfield - which is in a very different style from what you will have heard before. Then there are two or three new ones by myself - two with multi-instrumentalist and ambient expert, Robert Fenner and one with pianist Frances Knight. Some of these will also be out on a new Voiceprint elease.

When I have more info on release dates etc., I'll let you know.

Hope to see you at Mount Ephraim on 30 July!

Best wishes,


From: MirrorTime@aol.com
Subject: Gilgamesh
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 14:27:44 EDT


Thanks for the wonderful web site. This is a gold mine and I use it  constantly. I am new to Canterbury music and have been trying to get at least one CD by all the bands...

I can't find the first Gilgamesh album anywhere here in the states. Do you know if it available anywhere or somehow I could get it?

Again, Thanks for the great web site,
Dean Prescott


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*               FORTHCOMING CANTERBURY-RELATED CONCERTS                 *
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        [for more info : check out the 'Concerts' page of CALYX]

==> DAEVID ALLEN / UNIVERSITY OF ERRORS <================================

Aug 08 - NEW HAVEN (CT), Tune Inn / Aug 09 - NEW YORK (NY), Knitting Factory / Aug 10 - WASHINGTON DC, Metro Cafe / Aug 11 - NELSON (OH), Strange Daze Festival / Aug 12 - CHICAGO (IL), Schuba's / Aug 13 - MILWAUKEE (WS), Shank Hall / Aug 15 - ROCHESTER (NY), Bug Jar / Aug 16 - PITTSBURGH (PA), Mr. Roboto / Aug 17 - PHILADELPHIA (PA), Khyber Pass (56 S. 2nd Street) / Aug 19 - HOBOKEN (NJ), Maxwell's

==> DAEVID ALLEN & SPACEGOATS <==========================================

Jul 28 - WILTSHIRE DOWNS (nr.Warminster), Big Green Gathering

Info: http://www.big-green-gathering.com

==> CARAVAN <===========================================================

Jul 30 - FAVERSHAM, Mount Ephraim Gardens, Herne Hill (Canterbury Sound Festival) / Oct 11 - LONDON, Shepherd's Bush Empire / Oct 12 - WOLVERHAMPTON, Wulfrun Hall / Oct 13 - MANCHESTER, University (The Main Debating Hall) / Oct 14 - GLASGOW, Renfrew Ferry / Oct 15 - CAMBRIDGE, Junction / Nov 17 - Chiddingfold Club / Nov 25 - PARIS (France), Le Bataclan

Line-up: Pye Hastings, Geoff Richardson, David Sinclair,
         Richard Coughlan, Doug Boyle, Jim Leverton, Simon Bentall

==> GONG <==============================================================


Jul 21 - BLAYE-LES-MINES (France), Summer Festival / Jul 25 - ARLES (France), MIMI Festival / Jul 29 - GUILDFORD, Stoke Park (Aladdin’s Cave Stage) / Jul 30 - FAVERSHAM, Mount Ephraim Gardens, Herne Hill (Canterbury Sound Festival) / Sep 01-03 - Planet Earth Festival (near Cheddar, Somerset)


Sep 06 - SAN DIEGO (CA) / Sep 07 - LOS ANGELES (CA), Knitting Factory / Sep 09 - SAN FRANCISCO (CA), Great American Music Hall / Sep 12 - EUGENE (OR) / Sep 13 - PORTLAND (OR), Berbattis Pan / Sep 14 - SEATTLE (WA) / Sep 15 - VANCOUVER (Canada) / Sep 17 - SALT LAKE CITY (UT) / Sep 19 - DENVER (CO), Blue Bird / Sep 20 - LAWRENCE (KA), Bottleneck / Sep 22 - MINNEAPOLIS (IN) / Sep 23 - MADISON (WI) / Sep 24 - CHICAGO (IL), House Of Blues / Sep 26 - CLEVELAND (OH), Odeon / Sep 27 - COLUMBUS (OH) / Sep 29 - WASHINGTON DC, Black Cat / Sep 30 - NEW YORK (NY), Knitting Factory / Oct 01 - PHILADELPHIA (PA), Trocadero / Oct 03 - BOSTON (MA), Middle East / Oct 04 - MONTREAL (Canada) / Oct 05 - TORONTO (Canada), Lees Palace / Oct 07 - ANN ARBOUR, Prog Festival

+ possible dates: Brazil, Chile and Argentina [early September]


Oct - Germany, France, Italy, Scandinavia...
Nov 04 - ATHENS (Greece), Radon Club [tbc] / Nov 05 - SALONIKA (Greece), Mylos [tbc] / Nov 20 - LONDON, Hackney Empire / Nov 22 - SHREWSBURY, Music Hall / Nov 23 - WHITLEY BAY, Dome / Nov 24 - ABERDEEN, Lemon Tree / Nov 25 - GLASGOW, Renfrew Ferry / Nov 26 - EDINBURGH, Liquid Rooms / Nov 28 - SHEFFIELD, Boardwalk / Nov 29 - CAMBRIDGE, Junction / Nov 30 - NORTHAMPTON, Roadmenders

Line-up: Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth, Mike Howlett, Theo Travis,
         Gwyo Zeprix, Chris Taylor, Didier Malherbe [on selected dates]

==> HUGH HOPPER BAND <===================================================

Sep ?? - AMSTERDAM (Netherlands), Bimhuis / Sep ?? - COMPIEGNE (France), Festival

==> MAGICK BROTHERS <====================================================

Aug 26 -  FESTIVAL EN STOCK, Les Amis de l'Epouvantail (near Le Puy)

Info: +33 (0)471 089151

==> MUJICIAN <===========================================================

Aug 26 - MULHOUSE (France), Festival of Jazz & New Music

Line-up: Keith Tippett, Paul Dunmall, Paul Rogers, Tony Levin

==> NUCLEUS <============================================================

Jul 17-22 - LONDON, Ronnie Scott's

Line-up: Ian Carr, Phil Todd, Mark Wood, Geoff Castle,
         Davide Mantovani, Nic France


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*                        AND OTHER GOOD GIGS...                         *
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==> STEVE ADAMS BAND <===================================================

Jul 13 - KOLN (Germany), Live Music Hall [supporting Steve Lukather & Edgar Winter] / Jul 16 - POZNAN (Poland), Centrum Kultury Zamek / Jul 20 - VERVIERS (Belgium), Spirit of 66 / Jul 21 - ROTHERHAM, Herringthorpe Leisure Centre / Jul 23 - GOLANCZ, Festival of Symphonic Rock

Line-up:  Steve Adams, Desha Dunnahoe, Dave Cohen, Susan Lyster

==> CAMEL <==============================================================

Aug 27 - SAN FRANCISCO (CA), Great American Music Hall / Aug 30 - SAN DIEGO (CA), The Belly Up / Aug 31 - LOS ANGELES (CA), The Key Club / Sep 04 - OSAKA (Japan), Heat Beat / Sep 05 - NAGOYA (Japan), Bottom Line / Sep 06 - TOKYO (Japan), Blitz / Sep 07 - TOKYO (Japan), Blitz / Sep 11 - HAMBURG (Germany), Fabrik / Sep 13 - BYDGOSZCZ (Poland), Hala Astoria / Sep 14 - WARSAW (Poland), Sala Kongresowa / Sep 15 - KRAKOW (Poland), Wista Sport Hall / Sep 16 - ZABRZE (Poland), Dom Muzyki i Tanca
Sep 17 - ZELENA (Slovakia), tbc / Sep 18 - MILANO (Italy), tbc / Sep 19 - CLERMONT-FERRAND (France), Cooperative de Mai / Sep 21 - MADRID (Spain), La Riviera / Sep 22 - BARCELONA (Spain), The Bikini / Sep 24 - VERVIERS (Belgium), Spirit of 66 / Sep 25 - GRONINGEN (Netherlands), Oosterpoort / Sep 26 - AMSTERDAM (Netherlands), Paradiso / Sep 27 - TILBURG (Netherlands), 013 / Sep 28 - ROTTERDAM (Netherlands), Nighttown / Sep 29 - UTRECHT (Netherlands), Tivoli / Sep 30 - PARIS (France), Le Bataclan / Oct 02 - DUDLEY, JB's / Oct 03 - LEICESTER, Charlotte / Oct 04 - CAMBRIDGE, Junction / Oct 05 - NORWICH, Waterfront / Oct 06 - LONDON, Astoria / Oct 07 - LIVERPOOL, Lomax / Oct 08 - SHEFFIELD, Leadmill / Oct 09 - GLASGOW, Garage / Oct 10 - DUBLIN, Wheelans / Oct 13 - SALONIKA (Greece), Mylos Club / Oct 14 - ATHENS (Greece), Rodon Club

(More dates tba. Updates at http://www.camelproductions.com)

Line-up: Andrew Latimer, Colin Bass, Guy LeBlanc [Nathan Mahl],
         Clive Bunker [ex-Jethro Tull/Steve Hillage]

==> GRAHAM CLARK <=======================================================

Jul 24 - MANCHESTER, Chorlton, Iguana Bar (jazz) / Jul 25 - STOCKPORT, 3-Shires (jazz) / Jul 31-Aug 04 - MANCHESTER, Bridgewater Hall Foyer (GC in Salsa band) / Aug 08 - LONDON, Ealing, The Red Lion (4pm) (jazz fringe fest)

==> AMY DENIO/FRANCISCO LOPEZ <==========================================

Jul 10 - BALTIMORE, Red Room at Normal's Books / Jul 11 - RICHMOND, Sweetwater / Jul 12 - BLACKSBURG, Bailey's / Jul 13 - CHATTANOOGA, Barking Legs Theatre / Jul 14 - NASHVILLE, Spring Water / Jul 15 - LOUISVILLE, Swanson Cralle Gallery / Jul 16 - CLEVELAND, Speak in Tongues / Jul 17 - PITTSBURGH, Millvale Industrial Theater / Jul 18 - COLUMBUS, Mad Lab / Jul 19 - DETROIT, Entropy Studios (Hamtramck) / Jul 23 - ALBURQUERQUE, Field & Frame / Jul 25 - BOULDER, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art / Jul 29 - VENICE, Beyond Baroque / Aug 3 - SAN FRANCISCO, Bottom of the Hill / Aug 4 - BERKELEY, Ashkenaz / Aug 5 - OAKLAND, 119 Broadway / Aug 6 - SAN FRANCISCO, The Tiptop [AD solo] / Aug 10 - SAN FRANCISCO, Luggage Store Gallery [AD & Miya Masaoko duo] / Aug 12 - SAN FRANCISCO, ZEUM [AD solo]

==> JOHN ETHERIDGE <=====================================================

Jul 29 - LONDON, Vortex Jazz Bar [with Quartet] / Jul 31 - LONDON, Vortex Jazz Bar [with Big Band]

==> HAPPY THE MAN <======================================================

Aug 18 - TOWSON (MD), Recher Theatre / Aug 19 - FALLS CHURCH (VA), State Theatre

Line-up: Stanley Whitaker, Frank Wyatt, Rick Kennell,
         Ron Riddle, David Rosenthal

==> KANGAROO MOON <======================================================

Jul 13 - PRAGUE (Czech Rep.), venue tbc / Jul 14 - BOSKOWICE (Czech Rep.), Festival / Jul 15 - Austria, Festival / Jul 18 - LONDON, Dingwalls / Jul 19 - EXETER, The Cavern / Jul 20 - SALISBURY, Arts Centre / Jul 21 - GLASTONBURY, Assembly Rooms / Jul 22 - NARBERTH (N.Wales), Big Boules Bash / Jul 26 - Wiltshire, Big Green Gathering / Jul 27 - BRISTOL, Fleece & Firkin / Jul 28 - PLYMOUTH, Pirate

==> THE MUFFINS <========================================================

Jul 14 - WASHINGTON DC, Metro Cafe / Jul 15 - NEW YORK (NY), Knitting Factory / Jul 27/28 - ROME (Italy), Villa Celimontana Jazz Festival

Line-up: Dave Newhouse, Tom Scott, Billy Swann, Paul Sears

==> PRESENT <============================================================

Jul 22 - BLAYE-LES-MINES (France), Summer Festival / Sep 30 - WURZBURG (Germany), AKW / Oct 19 - POITIERS (France), Confort Moderne / Nov 01 - ANVERS (Belgium), Monty
+ dates to be fixed: KLAGENFURT (Austria), Verein Innenhofkultur / TRIESTE (Italy), Teatro Miela Reina / SZCZECIN (Poland), Kana Theater

Line-up: Roger Trigaux, Reginald Trigaux,
         Pierre Chevalier, Keith Macksoud, David Kerman

==> THINKING PLAGUE <====================================================

Jul 26 - ARLES (France), MIMI Festival / Jul 29 - SCHIO (Italy) [North of Vincenza] (tbc) / Jul 30 - VITTORIO VENETTO (Italy) [North of Venice] / Aug 02 - ROVIGO (Italy) [South of Venice] / + other Italian dates t.b.a. (Trieste...)

Line-up: Mike Johnson, David Kerman, Dave Willey,
         Deborah Perry, Mark Harris, Matt Mitchell

==> THEO TRAVIS QUARTET <================================================

Jul 16 - SWANAGE (Dorset), Jazz Festival


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