Live Music Performances, interviews & Documentaries

I’ve only listened to a few of them so far Terry but amazing stuff.

Really like the Mike Nock stuff too.

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This was an interesting read by the same dude who posted the link up

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Rolling Stones BBC2. Stripped tour. I’m shocked anyone is listening to anything else. Absolute gold.

You’re easily shocked then :grin:

shocked probably a bad choice of words. Embarrassed would be more apt. Stones at an aged musical peak. Guess everyone else is listening to jazz, prog or watching Elton John on channel 5.

Guess again. Glad you’re enjoying the Stones though. :+1:

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If your doing techno then I’ll doff my cap. Watching Sam Fender set again at Glasto now. Boy has more talent in his big toe than most of the shite in the charts.

I kind of wanted to be lit up by Sam Fender, right now I just hear an average white man vocal, angsty lyrics with an 80’s score, whats new here?
… I’m aware his music is not directed at my leathery old ears.

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Me too. I like the lyric posted I upthread but the music doesn’t do it for me.

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Paul m with Elvis original band members
Only just seen this on twitter

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Superb stuff

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2022/jul/19/don-mclean-american-pie-documentary-the-day-the-music-died

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The Charlie Watts episode of the Stones documentaries is well worth a look. @Wayward there’s a nice section on tailoring with a few people you’ll know. Plenty on his jazz sensibilities too.

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I’ll check that out, thanks!

Where can I watch it?

BBC iPlayer

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Thanks Kev! :blush:

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Absolutely brilliant live version with Ron Carter on bass.

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