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Julian Cope sits in

Art rocker Julian Cope sits in for Iggy Pop and plays his favourite psychedelic music, including Soft Machine, Silver Apples, Kim Fowley and 13th Floor Elevators.

Art rocker Julian Cope takes you on a 60s psychedelic sojourn through his record collection including tracks by Soft Machine, Silver Apples, Kim Fowley and 13th Floor Elevators.

Through the Teardrop Explodes and his later solo material, Cope brought neo-psychedelic music to a new generation. In this show he shows how his love of psychedelic music was formed through artists such as Kim Fowley, the Electric Prunes, MC5, and Red Crayons.

2 hours

Last on

Fri 22 Jul 2016 19:00

Music Played

  • Amon Düül

    Shattering & Fading

  • 13th Floor Elevators

    Never Another

  • The Black Diamonds

    I Want, Need, Love You

  • The Helpful Soul

    Peace For Fools

  • Can

    Uphill

  • The Wig

    Crackin' Up

  • The Craig

    I Must Be Mad

  • The Misunderstood

    Children of The Sun

  • Caretakers Of Deception

    Cuttin Grass

  • The Litter

    Blue Ice

  • The Rationals

    Guitar Army

  • MC5

    Looking At You (A-Square 45 Version)

  • Churchmice

    Babe, We're Not Part of Society

  • David Peel & The Lower East Side

    Mother, Where Is My Father?

  • The So

    A Certain Kind (feat. Machine)

  • The Savage Rose

    A Trial In Our Native Town

  • Country Joe and the Fish

    Flying High

  • The Zombies

    Butcher's Tale

  • The Jacks

    Marianne

  • Kim Fowley

    Up

  • Amon Düül

    Shattering & Fading

  • Kim Fowley

    Caught In The Middle

  • Kim Fowley

    Down

  • The Music Machine

    Dark White

  • The Electric Prunes

    You Never Had It Better

  • The Red Krayola

    Hurricane Fighter Plane

  • Cromagnon

    Caledonia

  • Silver Apples

    You and I

  • Blue Cheer

    Second Time Around

  • Love

    Love Is More Than Words (or Better Late Than Never)

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