NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #285 ~ 10-09-21]

Pictured: Phil Manzanera.

Phil Manzanera was the only posh member of Roxy [Music]. His mother was Colombian and his English father worked for the airline BOAC (and earlier, his son speculated, could well have been a spy operating in Latin America). Manzanera had enjoyed a cosmopolitan youth flitting between various South American countries and his boarding school in London. During his later years at Dulwich College, he formed the psychedelic school band Pooh and the Ostrich Feathers, which evolved into the more serious proposition Quiet Sun. Influenced by Zappa, Pink Floyd and Soft Machine, the group’s music – played insanely fast at strange time signatures – earned them a reputation as ‘just about the most listener-unfriendly band in London’ (according to King Crimson’s Pete Sinfield).

— Simon Reynolds, Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and its Legacy.

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 285 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Armada Orchestra — “Cochise” — Disco 75

Santa Nguessan — “Manny Nia” — Ivory Coast Soul: Afro Funk From Abidjan From 1972 To 1982

The Chandelles — “El Gato” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 1: Big Noise From Waimea!

Fadoul — “Ahl Jedba” — Habibi Funk 015: An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World, Part 2

Chet Oliver — “Cool As A Cucumber” — Itty Bitty Treasure Chest Vol. 2

Jackie Mittoo — “Stepping Tiger” — Stepping Tiger

Phil Manzanera — “Caracas” — Primitive Guitars

IT’S MADISON TIME…

Los Holy’s — “Campo de Vampiros” — Mas Rock and Roll: 26 Rare 60’s Teen-Punk Artyfacts

THE SECOND SET

Joseph Kamga — “Sie Tcheu” — Cameroon Garage Funk 1964-1979

Vicky Gomez — “Boys Are A Dime A Dozen” — The Jerk Boom! Bam! 4

Baligh Hamdi — “Bambah” — Instrumental Modal Pop of 1970’s Egypt

Gentlemen — “It’s A Cry’n Shame” — Fort Worth Teen Scene Vol. 3

Scorpio — “Tacoumbé” — Ensem’… Ensem’…

Mickey & Sylvia — “No Good Lover” — You’re Bugging Me: Downtown Soulville 2021 Premium

Los Henry´s — “Cumbia del Amor” — Chicha for The Jet Set

The Wailers — “Out Of Our Tree” — Nuggets I: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era

THE THIRD SET

Mike Ibrahim & The Nite Walkers — “Chock Chock Kundong” — Steam Kodok: 26 A-Go-Go Ultrarities from the 60’s Singapore & Southeast Asia Underground

Joseph Latek Quintet — “Sister Mamie” — The Lavender Jungle: Tempting Treats From The Land Of Exotica (1957–1963)

Kalyanji Anandji — “Somebody to Love” — Psych Funk Sa-Re-Ga!

Al Casey — “The Hearse” — Jivin’ Around

Bobby Quesada And His Band — “Aunque Tu Padre No Quiera” — Boogaloo En El Barrio

The Fleur De Lys — “I Walk The Sands” — Rare Mod 2

King Tubby And Friends — “Guidance Dub” — Dub Like Dirt 1975-1977

Magazine — “Shot By Both Sides” — Virgin 45rpm

Ignace de Souza & The Melody Aces — “Asaw Fofor” — African Scream Contest Vol. 2: Benin 1963-1980

THE FINAL SET

New York Dolls — “Babylon” — Too Much Too Soon

Piero Umiliani — “Rivoluzionari” — Continente Nero

The Choab — “Why Am I Alone?” — Teenage Shutdown Vol. 3: Things Been Bad

Salah Ragab & The Cairo Jazz Band — “Latino In Cairo” — Egyptian Jazz

The T.S.U. Toronados — “What Good Am I?” — One Flight Too Many: Rare And Unreleased Houston Funk From The Vaults Of Ovide Records 1968-1969

King Tubby & The Aggrovators — “Crabbit Version” — Flashing Echo: Trojan In Dub 1970-1980

The Who — “Jaguar [Original Mono Mix]” — The Who Sell Out

LORD BUCKLEY’S WEEKLY BENEDICTION

David Andriamamonjy — “Tazana Kely” — Madagasikara 1: Current Popular Music of Madagascar

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