Papers for the Border #2

November 27, 2011 § Leave a comment

Original upload date: Sunday, May 9, 2010

Podcast location: click here.

Note: The bulk of this episode was in honor of the Golden Palominos‘  reunion show (there were more, but at the time only one was announced) on May 7, 2010 in New York City. The reunion focuses on the version of the band that existed from 1985-1987, featuring Syd Straw, who came into her own as a singer-songwriter after leaving the Palominos, as the chief vocalist.

This episode also functions as an homage to recently deceased Morris Pert (1947-2010), a member of the jazz-rock fusion group Brand X and a percussionist who worked with the likes of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Paul McCartney, and Peter Hammill.  He was also a prominent composer, having written three symphonies.

  1. “Time Has Done This” (3:37) ~ Syd Straw. War and Peace (Capricorn, 1996).
  2. “I’ve Been the One” (3:19) ~ Golden Palominos. Blast of Silence (Celluloid, 1986).
  3. “Hard Times (Come Again No More)” (7:01) ~ Syd Straw. Surprise (Virgin, 1989).
  4. “Two Sided Fist ” (7:44) ~ Golden Palominos – Golden Palominos (Celluloid, 1983).
  5. “All Things Change” ( 5:38) ~ Syd Straw. War and Peace (Capricorn, 1996).
  6. “Howl” ( 3:59) ~ Syd Straw. War and Peace (Capricorn, 1996).
  7. “Strong Simple Silences” (4:21) ~ Golden Palominos. Blast of Silence (Celluloid, 1986).
  8. “By This River” (3:14) ~ Syd Straw. Pink Velour (Earnester, 2008).
  9. “Brides of Jesus” (3:30) ~ Golden Palominos. Blast of Silence (Celluloid, 1986).
  10. “X-Ray”  (3:34) ~ Syd Straw. War and Peace (Capricorn, 1996).
  11. “Zavijava” (8:04) ~ Morris Pert – The Music of Stars (Buckyball, 2008).
  12. “Empress’s Clothes” (4:02) ~ Peter Hammill – Sitting Targets (Charisma/Virgin, 1981).
  13. “The Man With the Child in His Eyes” (3:14) ~ Syd Straw – I Wanna Be Kate!: A Tribute to Kate Bush (Brown Star, 1998)
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