After a short break Neil Dargie returns with The Rope Factory for more musical map making.

This week, we take a look at 70’s versus modern day free jazz, Ivor Cutler makes a welcome and reassuring appearance and we delve deeper into the Latino scene of 1970’s New York City.

1. Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band – This is the Day 
Unconditionally Guaranteed 
(Virgin / Mercury, 1974)

2. Mark Pritchard – Where Do They Go, The Butterflies
Under The Sun 
(Warp, 2016)

3. Ivor Cutler – Life In A Scotch Sittingroom Vol. 2 Ep. 1
(Virgin, 1974)

4. Andrew Wasylyk – Drift
Themes for Buildings and Spaces
(Tape CLub Records, 2017)

5. Supreme Jubilees – Do You Believe 
It’ll All Be Over 
(S&K Records, 1979)
re released 2015 Light in the Attic 

6. Eddie Palmieri – Condiciones Que Existen 
Nu Yorica! Culture Clash in New York City: Experiments in Latin Music 1970-77 (Record B)
(Soul Jazz Records, 2015)
Originally on Sentido (Mango (3), 1973)

7. Archie Shepp Group – Hypnosis (excerpt) 
A Sea of Faces 
(Black Saint Records, 1975)

8. Makaya McCraven – Untitled
In The Moment 
(International Anthem Recording Company, 2015)

9. Infinito 2017 – Escapism Abandon Collapse 
Escapism Abandon Collapse / Sonic Vocal Transmission (Maxi Single)
(Culture Power45, 2020)

10. Ariel Pink – Creepshow
Worn Copy 
(Not On Label (Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti Self-released), 2003)
reissued on Mexican Summer 2020.

11. Dosh – This is When Things Were Looking Up
Pure Trash 
(Anticon, 2004)

12. Galerie Stratique – Confort 
(Statik Distribution, 2003)
re released Public House Recordings 2019

13. Joe Bataan – Latin Strut 
Nu Yorica! Culture Clash in New York City: Experiments in Latin Music 1970-77 (Record A)
(Soul Jazz Records, 2015)

14. Sugarhill Gang – Hot Hot Summer Day (Theo Parrish Re-edit)
Ugly Edits Vol. 5
(Ugly Edits, 2003)