- 5 years ago
About the show
Playing tracks by
Procol Harum, Love, Richmond Fontaine, The Outsiders, Charlie and Inez Fox and more.
Glimpses of Nirvana
+ A TRIBUTE TO GUY STEVENS - PRODUCER OF THE CLASH's LONDON CALLING
Patrick Campbell Lyons talks about the early British Blues and Beat Boom, and how it led to the first Psychedelic Days of 1966 to 1969 in London. His band Nirvana were (and still are) considered to be one of Britain's finest Psychedelic groups. Nirvana's 1967 debut album is regularly cited as one of the best examples of the genre with a four star rating from Mojo magazine. Alongside this, we talk about 1960's impresario Guy Stevens who went on to produce Mott The Hoople and London Calling by The Clash in the 1970's. For more on Nirvana and Patrick's book 'Psychedelic Days - 1960 till 1969'
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