I’ve still not tired of the Amorphous Androgynous remix of If I Had A Gun from Noel Gallagher’s debut solo album after nine months of heavy rotation, so let’s dig this one out of the archive, too.
This is where the knob-twiddling duo of Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans - better known as the Future Sound of London - appeared on the scene with the Gallaghers courtesy of this monumental remix of Falling Down from the last Oasis album, Dig Out Your Soul.
Stretching well past the 20-minute mark, it moves through several seperate movements and takes Oasis further out into the psychedelic stratosphere than ever before.
I’m a sucker for a good mash-up and this certainly can’t fail to raise a smile on a dull Monday morning. As you can probably work out from the title, this throws in Macca’s rocking White Album standout Helter Skelter and Led Zep warhorse Whole Lotta Love.
Good work from our man Soundhog here.
Here’s a little snippet from the forthcoming Jimi Hendrix album of unreleased material from 1968-69 called People, Hell & Angels. Producer Eddie Kramer talks us through its inception. The previewed track called Somewhere includes Stephen Stills on bass and Buddy Miles on drums