WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
25%
  
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
50%
  
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way
25%
  



only1billybonds 7:57 Wed Jul 29
Music on the tele.
Old Grey Whistle test. Loved it,always someone worth watching.

Top of the Pops. Essential viewing for any one growing up who loved pop music.

The Tube. Had a certain edge to it,again,essential viewinh

Ready Steady Go. Mini skirts galore.

In Concert. Lucky dip depending who was on.

Your favourites ?

This concerns West Ham as Bobby,Geoff a d Martin appeared on TOTP singing 'Back Home' in 1970.

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joe royal 7:06 Tue Aug 4
Re: Music on the tele.
Zeb

I watched curtain call on the tube and bought it on 12” White rabbit was on the other side.

To this day I don’t know what’s the A and B side.

zebthecat 11:42 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
produced not provided.
I have typed code for a living for 30 years but still can't type in English.

zebthecat 11:40 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Nagel 11:34 Mon Aug 3

There is that although the similarity is not quite as pronounced.
Strawberries is a very good album. Not quite up there with the Black Album (Curtain Call is Vanian's Bohemian Rhapsody).
Bit of trivia - Hans Zimmer prodived the Black Album and brought all his synths to the recording session which Captain Sensible got to play with so extra parts got added in the studio. The snatch of Scheherizade on Curtain Call was Hans Zimmer's idea. It worked.

Nagel 11:34 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
They didn't sue, maybe because Killing Joke nicked the riff first from a 1982 Damned song called Life goes on. Still Nirvana basically copied the whole sound of Killing Joke era 84/85.

geoffpikey 10:01 Mon Aug 3
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zebthecat 6:00 Mon Aug 3

Ah, thanks. That explains!

Swiss. 8:04 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Good story that Zeb. I guess The Joke were Nirvana fans and vice versa.

Swiss. 8:02 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Bungo yes it's well known it's a rip off. Not sure whether they sued or not

Bungo 7:54 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
zebthecat 7:47 Mon Aug 3

Fair enough. Grohl on drums on your album would probably be payment enough.

zebthecat 7:50 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
This was in a long interview which is on youtube. Dave Grohl recorded the drums one drum at a time. Paul Ferguson moaned that this made it impossible for him to play some of drum arrangements live as he'd need 4 arms to do it.

zebthecat 7:47 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Bungo 7:31 Mon Aug 3

They did send a letter to Nirvana's management complaining about it but never filed a lawsuit.
When Dave Grohl played drums on one of their albums Jaz Coleman took the piss out of him remorselessly and got him to kneel down and apologise.

paulon 7:45 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
America's Top 10 with Kasey KASEM

The Hitman and Her got interesting when the house/acid scene started to take over and Waterman knew the game was up

zebthecat 7:42 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
This one sticks in my mind

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8qYIExG7Ns

Bungo 7:31 Mon Aug 3
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Swiss. 6:30 Mon Aug 3

The riff on Eighties is very very similar to Come As You Are. Did they ever sue Nirvana for this?

Swiss. 7:27 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Just watched Rodney P's Jazzfunk History....on BBC iplayer. Highly recommend.

only1billybonds 6:48 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Anyone see the Robert Plant documentry on BBC4 the other week?

He went on the greatest musical journey after Zeppelin split,played and recorded in some very unlikely olaces. Should still be on i player if any of you fancy it.

Swiss. 6:30 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
The Tube for me. Never forget this :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTPXl3ipyi0&list=RDmTPXl3ipyi0&start_radio=1&t=270

zebthecat 6:00 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
geoffpikey 5:25 Sat Aug 1

Saw an interview with Captain Sensible about that show.
After they rehearsed for they he said they got absolutely legless in the green with room with Annie Nightingale.
She snapped out of it as soon as the cameras got rolling and they didn't.
He also said that when he swiched from guitar to organ for Just can't be happy today he'd left his guitar's volume turned up by accident and it was feeding back. This put him off his keyboard parts (he'd only just learned how to play) and he was trying attract the attention of Dave Vanian or one of the crew to turn his guitar down but they all ignored him.
He tipped the keyboard over when he finally lost his rag.

Gloucester Iron 5:50 Mon Aug 3
Re: Music on the tele.
Loved The Word back in its day. Some questionable production techniques and presenters, but some fucking great live bands on each week all booked, as I recall, by a young Jo Whiley...

Another from this period that was good was a late night show called The Beat, introduced by Gary Crowley. Again, just great Indie bands each week filmed live from, I think, either The Astoria or the old Town and Country Club, can't remember now...

geoffpikey 9:16 Sun Aug 2
Re: Music on the tele.
Chas And Dave documentary on BBC4 tonight.10pm!!

Go out. Wash Your Ears. Save Lives.

Takashi Miike 6:47 Sun Aug 2
Re: Music on the tele.
oioi, like me meeting billy bonds. good to see legends like those two awestruck by one of their heros, and I love the weller/amy clip. such a shame she got webbed up with that bloke

yngwies Cat 6:46 Sun Aug 2
Re: Music on the tele.
Cheegers Plays Pop

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