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Episode 25
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Publish-date-icon December 27, 2012
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

A tribute to Lol Coxhill (1934–2012), from solo busking in Piccadilly Circus via Delivery and Kevin Ayers' The Whole World to a 21st century collaboration with jazz-electronica innovators Lob. Also including Lol's collaborations with Hugh Hopper, Fred Frith, Lindsay Cooper, and several pieces with pianist Steven Miller (to whom this episode is jointly dedicated). Miller's brief stint with Caravan is re-examined, including a studio outtake of what was to evolve into a Hatfield and the North classic. Also, a look at repetition, looping and electronica from a Canterbury perspective, with live Tim Blake, Terry Riley, Soft Machine '67 and System 7 in 2010.

For more info and archived earlier episodes, see http://canterburysoundwaves.blogspot.com.

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