A thread for live footage from yesteryear

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 03 May 2024, 14:26

I didn't expect Talk Talk to get so interesting after Such A Shame, nice!!!


And talking about Nice, this one's for Carlsson, European TV appearances collected, almost two hours:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5uJB2r0Nt4

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 08 May 2024, 14:23



Paris, apparently New Year's Eve 1968/69:

The Who, Small Faces, Booker T and the MGs (starting at 19:10, amazing!!), Pink Floyd, The Equals, Les Variations (French band, mostly covers), The Troggs, Joe Cocker, Fleetwood Mac
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby C » 08 May 2024, 16:53

Neige wrote:I didn't expect Talk Talk to get so interesting after Such A Shame, nice!!!


And talking about Nice, this one's for Carlsson, European TV appearances collected, almost two hours:

Lee Jackson!!


Nice Felix

very Nice...





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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Mike Boom » 08 May 2024, 18:13



A timely reminder of how great they were - BJ Wilson , what a phenomenal drummer!
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby frimley_greener » 09 May 2024, 07:28

And this beauty....."A salty dog".......
https://youtu.be/Q6BzNEZxbiw?si=hYHPtAMJTQXJdAdU
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 20 May 2024, 12:01

... and now for something completely different




The Irish folk-jazz-fusion band of Davy Spillane (uilleann pipes player extraordinaire of Moving Hearts fame) joined by guitar picking maestro Albert "Country Boy" Lee around the 15-minute mark
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby J » 22 May 2024, 23:54


A little younger than most of the clips on the thread, but still nearly thirty-nine years old.
Rain Parade on Whistle Test from October 1985, with introduction from Andy Kershaw.
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 12 Jun 2024, 06:59

Back to really old stuff, I just stumbled over this and it made my day: they were an amazing band!

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby C » 12 Jun 2024, 10:45

Neige wrote:Back to really old stuff, I just stumbled over this and it made my day: they were an amazing band!



Sorry Felix - I'm going to have to pass on this one.

Roots fusion is not me cup of darjeeling




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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 12 Jun 2024, 18:18

C wrote:
Neige wrote:Back to really old stuff, I just stumbled over this and it made my day: they were an amazing band!



Sorry Felix - I'm going to have to pass on this one.

Roots fusion is not me cup of darjeeling




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Roots fusion????

That genre passed me by... :?

But they're American, there are bluegrass elements... and they didn't play at the Marquee in 1970, I'll give you that... :lol:
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby frimley_greener » 17 Jun 2024, 17:26

Soft Machine "Slightly All The Time"......

https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=kwe-W ... cfcE0aZia2
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

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mudshark wrote:
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » Yesterday, 22:32

That's ace!

Fantastic too hear the differences to the ITLTSN version three years later.

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby bobzilla77 » Yesterday, 22:48

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

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Argh the link doesn't seem to work.... search for
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