More shit that doesn't merit its own thread (septic tank overflow alert)


#543

Is it OK to still think he’s a cunt though?


#544

Yeah, it’s probably just some tax dodge :wink:


#545

Suppose so. I always thought Waters was a bigger one though.


#546

50 years ago today.

Corrected link


#547

A good article from tonight Evening Standard. I hadn’t realised it went on 45 minutes.


#548

No wonder they look cold!

There is a guy that runs a tour that stops outside No3 Savile Row, probably once a week. He has been delivering the same robotic speil for all the time I have worked on the street which is the best part of 35 years. I’ve watched him get old. :confused:


#549

I just heard David Gilmour is being hung for tax evasion and that prick Roger Waters is selling off his guitar collection! :upside_down_face:


#550

Hanged (not literally though).

VB


#551

#552

And he has watched you get old too. :smile:


#553

Yes, hence the sad emoji


#554

I feel like I saw that footage at or around that time. But I can’t believe it would have been broadcast on live TV in 1969. Does anyone know how where or when it was shown originally? I recall them doing Get Back.

They just had a piece on R4 news saying that Peter Jackson is to make a new film about the recording of Let it Be utilising that & other footage.

Maybe it was just the documentary they made but it felt like it was on the news.


#555

Maybe I meant on a wall, like a portrait :thinking:


#556

Gramps in I saw it only yesterday on the magic lantern shocker.


#557

For coughs & colds


#558

It wasn’t.

There were various songs shown in isolation afterwards, including one on TOTP Christmas special in 1969.


#559

That may have been it.


#560

The world got its first glimpse of the rooftop concert via the promo clip for the Get Back/Don’t Let Me Down single. It appeared four times on the UK’s Top Of The Pops between April 24 and May 22. A colour version was shown on the 1969 TOTP Christmas special. America got its first taste of the rooftop gig via the Get Back clip shown on The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on April 30.

Source: Mojo


#561

Cracking song and performance!

Watched it many many times


#562