What Are You Listening To Right This Minute?

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Re: What Are You Listening To Right This Minute?

Post by IslandPink » Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:25 pm

Looking forward to seeing Percy Jones then !
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Re: What Are You Listening To Right This Minute?

Post by jack » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:00 pm

At the Barbican, listening to Simon Rattle and the LSO playing Bruckner Symphony No 6 and Bartók Music for strings, percussion and celeste..

Just wonderful...

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Re: What Are You Listening To Right This Minute?

Post by simon » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:49 pm

ed wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:05 pm
next friday bbc4 I think that'll be the 18th jan.

Tina Weymouth is doing the next in the series, obviously this time it's bass...following on from Stewart Copelands drum documentary....
And after that Lenny Kaye on guitar

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Re: What Are You Listening To Right This Minute?

Post by IslandPink » Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:30 pm

Just watched this on Youtube via the Telly -
One of a great number of OGWT captures out there - will keep me busy for ages !
1973 , this one.
The main reason to post is the really great live footage of MAN. Man they could really play.
See approx. 7:40 for the intro on this.
Then you get Billy Cobham 'Stratus' from tape, with a really annoying film that will force you to turn away to avoid being distracted, but good to hear.
Then a retrospectively amusing panel discussion including Dave D and Richard Williams and others, concluding that the new pub rock scene will never give rise to anything new or ground-breaking in music. 'Course the example clip they have is Dury with Kilburn and the High Roads, for starters !
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It's a name caller's game
It's so easy to look down from above " (Wyatt)

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