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BBC4 Stones night

Discussion in 'music' started by Andy1912, Jan 14, 2022 at 10:34 PM.

  1. Andy1912

    Andy1912 pfm Member

    loving this.
     
    guydarryl likes this.
  2. guydarryl

    guydarryl pfm Member

    I watched "crossfire hurricane" - strange seeing them in interviews looking (and sounding) so young. Quite sad seeing Charlie.
    I have recorded "at the BBC", so don't tell me what happens:D
     
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  3. Andy1912

    Andy1912 pfm Member

    Totally agree, they were so young even at Altamont. Very different times, must have worried them being sent to jail. He was always smart, Mick Jagger. Friend of a friend worked for him when he was with Jerry Hall, apparently always reading, and disappearaing from time to time....
     
  4. Fuller

    Fuller pfm Member

    Why does BBC4 keep repeating the same old programmes over and over again?
    BBC still have loads of stuff in their vaults we’d love to see……
     
  5. guydarryl

    guydarryl pfm Member

    Possibly stuff "in their vaults". It would be interesting to see, but I think that they recorded over a lot of tapes to save money (in order to pay mega bucks to stars like Johnathasn Ross :()
     
  6. herb

    herb music live

    Watched crossfire hurricane on iPlayer up until Brian died. He contributed a chamber music vibe to the group. Stirred some very strong memories having been 20 in 1969 and seen them live in a dance hall in 1964. Those screaming girls ruined my hearing for a fortnight!

    Thanks for the heads-up.
     
  7. Bob McC

    Bob McC Living the life of Riley

    Jonathan Ross was 15 when the BBC stopped bulk erasing.
     
  8. guydarryl

    guydarryl pfm Member

    Thats why I said "like" - I'm sure you get my drift :)
     

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