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Post  misery guts on Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:36 am

Bryn Terfel - Cyngerdd Gwyl Ddewi
A St David's Day concert from St David's Hall, somewhere in Wales, with the popular Welsh tenor backed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, upcoming soprano Menna Cazel, and the official harpist to the Prince of Wales, Hannah Stone. In fact, the only surprise was to find it was from 2015, not 2018.

Live in London Session: Wizkid
A different edition to another I think I've seen of him, but I'm still at a loss as to why he's so popular, based on this evidence.

Breaking a Monster
Bizarre doc about a teenage black heavy metal band called Unlocking the Truth, who became a YouTube sensation, and were taken on by Alan Sacks, who previously did good for the Jonas Brothers. He had his work cut out getting the UTT lads to get serious about what the business required, why having signed a mega-deal with Sony wasn't an automatic pass to greatness, and especially why frontman and songwriter Malcolm needed to curb his attitude and cut out the skateboard antics if the band were to succeed. I've never heard of them, so maybe after this 2015 film, things nosedived.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:10 am

Hebridean Celtic Festival
A short double bill from The Boy Who Trapped The Sun, and Anderson, McGinty, Webster, Ward & Fisher, two acts with equally ridiculous names, but good material all the same.

Niteworks / Obair Oidhche
An interesting line-up at Glasgow University, with INYAL and The Elephant Sessions supporting headliners Niteworks, all of whom sounded alright.

Belladrum 2017 - Feeder
Steady pop-rockers with a fair mix of their hits, no Buck Rogers oddly enough, but plenty of other big ones.

The South Bank Show Originals: Vera Lynn
From 1991, when she was a mere 74, which Melvyn noted was his mother's favourite edition of the show. She started singing young, and left school early, but soon earned good money from singing, and WW2 made her a star as a forces' sweetheart.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:52 am

Toots and the Maytals: Reggae Got Soul
Decent lengthy 2011 effort with endorsements from Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards, not to mention Jimmy Cliff, Ziggy Marley and Sly & Robbie. He seemed a more authentic positive sound, whilst not stinting on the politics either.

Live With... Jessica Lee Morgan
She's Tony Visconti's daughter apparently, and has some fine songs to sing in her own right.

[/b]Neil Sean meets Eden Kane[/b]
Plugging a career compilation c/o Cherry Red, Eden spoke of his all-too-brief early 60s heyday, spending time in Australia, then Las Vegas. Now tours with Marty Wilde and others in a package of that era. He apparently spent 18 years working on various Star Trek iterations, which was a bizarre twist, but probably more fun than real estate.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Mar 14, 2018 8:49 am

Tones, Drones & Arpeggios - The Magic of Minimalism
Conductor Charles Hazlewood looks at the story of minimalism, and its 4 greatest exponents, La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and Philip Glass, looking at their stories in California and New York, how their music developed with tape loops, early synthesizers, phasing, and so on, as well as their effect on other musicians from John Cale to Mike Oldfield, and the next generation. Kraftwerk were mentioned fleetingly as much to dismiss them as to give them a mention.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:27 am

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - The James Hunter Six
Entertaining stuff from Saturday evening on the Garden stage at Beauly, a wide and plentiful set of songs, and someone I'd be happy to hear more from.

Hebridean Celtic Festival - Paddy Callaghan Trio / The Battlefield Band
Two short samples from 2013, competent enough, but I feel they deserve to be more than just schedule fillers.

April Towers at Electric Dreams
A short set from Bognor Regis in 2017. A solid enough little band, maybe bigger things lie ahead for them.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Mar 19, 2018 8:15 am

Hollywood In Vienna - The Sound of Space & the Wondrous World of Alexandre Desplat
The Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart, performed a 1st half of tunes from movies about space, like Gravity and Contact, and then the 2nd half of tunes that Desplat has done for films like The Imitation Game and Argo. He's done a remarkable number given this was nearly the first I had heard of him.

Andrew WK: On Record
Matt Stocks handled the questions as usual. I never really liked AWK back in 2001 when he was pushed for the song Party Hard. But I can't deny he was a likeable and thoughtful interviewee, and his songs aren't that bad, really.

Live In London Session: Flavour
Another in this seemingly endless series, with an "Ibo heart-throb", whose songs seemed OK enough, and he was joined by Iyanya later on.

Johnny Hates Jazz at Electric Dreams
Much more my cup of tea. Clark Datchler is still bringing it on some classic 80s material, and the crowd were happy.

Neil Sean meets David Hamilton
The DJ and presenter has done a book about 11 of his Radio 1 colleagues, and talked about his long career, the people he worked with, the people he admired, and the way that modern comedy doesn't stack up against the legends he had the privilege of knowing and working with. He got his nickname Diddy from working with the late Ken Dodd. A decent cove.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:54 am

Celtic Connections 2012: Songs of Ireland
Ricky Ross introduced a concert with many Irish acts like Finbar Furey and Dick Gaughan, and including Brian Kennedy doing "Danny Boy". Hm...

TOTP2: St Patrick's Day Special
From 2001, and with assorted Irish acts, plus 4 appearances for U2, in case you might wonder who are rated above everyone else in Ireland. It was amusing that Van Morrison managed to sneak in thanks to his 1989 duet with Cliff "not Irish" Richard.

A Very Soul Train 90s House Party
Amusing compilation of archive from the likes of Snoop Dogg, Young MC and Salt N Pepa (with the decidedly not-90s Push It). Biz Markie played a DJ holding it together. Whoever he is.

Belladrum 2017: Cridhe Tartan - Dub Pistols
A ska act brightening up the rain with some spirited performances, including a take on the Specials' "Gangster(s)".
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Post  misery guts on Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:30 am

Piano Reflections
A short clip from the early 1940s with Arthur Koch playing music from Tchaikowsky, Strauss and Chopin. Curious to see.

Tube Screamer - Judas Priest Special
They've a new album out, and Rob and Richie were present to talk about it. Rob's a genre legend with almost half a century in (and out of) the band, whilst Richie is a more recent arrival, but has already fitted in well. They're headlining the Bloodstock festival this summer, and looking forward to playing some of the new album live. They respect their fans, and won't use Twitter for negativity and attention seeking.

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - The Sherlocks
A more recent band, but thrilled the crowds from the Hothouse stage in Beauly with a steady set of entertaining songs.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Mar 26, 2018 7:33 am

Being Blacker
Record shop owner and Blacker Dread Records brains goes through a difficult period, burying his mother and then going to jail. He was quite a character, and after his release, attends his daughter's wedding. The music wasn't really an angle in this, though his shop had a big community effect, and his jail term meant its loss.

Rick Wakeman's Six Wives of Henry VIII
From May 2009, the keyboards whizz finally gives a full concert performance at Hampton Court Palace, with Brian Blessed helpfully narrating to introduce each section, which was all part of the magic.

The Movie Music of Spike Lee & Terence Blanchard
From the Nospr Concert Hall in Katowice, with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alexander Humala, and Blanchard playing trumpet in many of the performances. Intriguingly pleasant stuff.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:36 am

Modern Romance at Electric Dreams
Another 80s-fest, but hardly from the top class. They even covered Rod Stewart's Baby Jane. But they did push having a new album on the horizon, and the couple of tracks they played from it sounded OK.

Iris Williams - Portread
She was born in the same part of Wales as Tom Jones, and was adopted. She shone at school, and got a scholarship to develop her singing. She broke through on a pop show called Disc A Dawn. When she moved to London, her career took off, and then moved to New York for new challenges, and even more success. This 2002 tribute was pretty good stuff.

Live With... The Wonder Stuff
Miles in fact played alone on guitar, but it was still solid stuff, throwing a couple of hits into the mix.

Neil Sean meets Mark Wynter
He's another with a Cherry Red compilation, including some rare tracks and I think footage from Aussie shows. He'd been 57 years in the business. He was lucky to get an audition with Decca on a nod from Lionel Bart. He diversified from singing into acting, which meant he worked with many comedians over the years. He keeps swimming, and was learning the alto sax. He appeared in some pop films in the 60s. He preferred working in the theatre. He wasn't keen to write his autobiography, though read many others. He was on the package tour that Eden Kane plugged in his show.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Apr 02, 2018 6:49 am

Classic Artists: Yes
A 2 part (therefore 3 hour) effort from 2007, featuring presumably all the then-surviving band members, together with producers, road managers and engineers. They were one of these bands with many line-up changes, like Deep Purple, and even reached a point in the late 80s where several former members formed their own supergroup, to success, before being lured back into the fold. Trevor Horn proved pivotal in getting them through a tricky patch in the 1980s, and even to a US #1. I gather they've plans for their 50th anniversary this year, so it's a story with plenty of life left in it.

Legends of the Canyon
The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Mamas and the Papas and Crosby, Stills and Nash (and sometimes Young). They suggested folk rock boomed because of the Beatles. Whether you think any of these acts were super-important is I suppose in the ear of the beholder. Some of them certainly aren't.

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - Twin Atlantic
Rising Scots pop-rockers, headlining the Hothouse stage on Friday night in Beauly, with a creditable blast of their hits, to crowd delight.

Ceolmhor @ Piping Live
Highlights from the 2014 festival, here including Daimh and Havanti.

Eden ac Elin Fflur
From the Bryn Terfel Theatre in Bangor in 2018, a three-piece girl-band, with special guest soloist. Entertaining stuff, for an appreciative crowd.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:37 am

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - Sister Sledge
Though Joni has gone, they still have her son Thaddeus in the band, and sang Amazing Grace in her memory. They also did Good Times/Rapper's Delight, as Nile Rodgers is prone to do.

Only Men Aloud
Not sure I want to watch too many of these series. From 2010, when they still had the larger line-up, here in Cardiff, things improved for me when they did songs I knew, like Copacabana (At The Copa) and Hello Dolly.

A Very Soul Train R&B House Party
Like the 90s one, here with a mix of the familiar (Destiny's Child, TLC) and the forgotten (Color Me Badd, Jade) and the never-heard-of-them (702, After 7). Amusingly the Where Are They Now? bits tended to reiterate that many of these acts were on reunion tours together.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:53 am

Eithne - Eadar Da Shaoshal / Between Two Worlds
The intriguing but ultimately sad story of Eithne ni Uallachain, a Gaelic singer with La Lugh, who increasingly suffered with depression in her 30s, and took her life at the age of 42. She had just been working on a solo album, which her husband and band member helped complete after a 15 year gap.

Ceol Eithne ni Uallachain
A special commemorative concert in early January 2016, in which friends and family remembered Eithne, at St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:27 am

Future Perfect at Electric Dreams
A husband & wife electro-pop duo doing a short afternoon set with plenty of good songs there.

Live With... Mark Morriss
The Bluetones frontman has plenty of good songs of his own. I might have expected some more blather introductions, but he scarcely bothers.

Only Men Aloud
Another show from Cardiff here, with support from Elin Fflur and harpist Catrin Finch. Entertainingly, they had a good go at MacArthur Park, before closing on Amazing Grace.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:24 am

Ceolmhor @ Piping Live
Two more editions of this, with the Vallely Brothers the focus of one, and Paddy Keenan the big name in the other, but also Pipe Idol winner Calum Brown, prize winners Inveraray Pipe Band Quartet, Fred Morrison and Simon McKerrell.

Live From Abbey Road - Classics: Norah Jones
She appeared in January 2007, Studio 2 speaking fondly of the late Arif Mardin, who produced some of her albums, how she wrote her recent album on guitar. Additionally, Josh Groban featured from October 2006, where he spoke of the importance of his voice and his love of musical theatre.

China Crisis at Bognor Regis
I notice on YT that the singer swears quite a lot more than he did in this version. But they did a wide blend of material, and plenty of hits. Good that they're still persevering really.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:41 am

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - Torridon
Playing the Garden stage on the opening day, they had a decent enough set, whoever they are.

R Kelly - Sex, Girls & Videotapes
Is the 51 year old R&B legend up to no good? Reporter Ben Zand didn't really bring the guy in, but did speak to lawyers, family members and past associates and girlfriends to put together a picture of a dodgy character all the same. Whether a sex cult is the name of the latest game remains to be proved.

Tiree Music Festival
An hour of highlights from the 7th year of this, in 2016, some of which I've seen in previous shows, but others such as Findlay Napier or Jesse Terry were unfamiliar. The Levellers were picked to round things off, an apt measure of star status.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Apr 20, 2018 7:25 am

Frida Sundemo at Electric Dreams
A Swedish synth-pop act, with some alright songs, in this short set.

Celebrity Damage Control: Lil Kim
She fell in with the wrong crowd, became the Nicki Minaj of her day, then tried to go mainstream and went to jail instead. But now very much a has-been.

Only Men Aloud
Their guests this week were Caryl Parry Jones, and ace cellist Julian Lloyd-Webber.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Apr 23, 2018 7:00 am

Let's Play Two
Pearl Jam played gigs at Wrigley Field, Chicago in the summer of 2016, and this film also blended in the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series for the 1st time in 108 years, to Eddie Vedder's self-evident rapture. I don't go for rounders, sorry baseball, but it was still a good show.

Austin City Limits - 40th Anniversary - Foo Fighters
A 2015 gig with Dave Grohl's band joined by some guests as they ran through some of their hits.

Live From Abbey Road - Classics : Gipsy Kings
A quirky choice from June 2006, paired with the also legendary Dr John from May 2006, who was apparently the first act to ever feature in this series, weirdly enough.

Live With... Dirty Thrills
A 4-piece rock band, with some decent enough songs from their Heavy Living album.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Apr 25, 2018 7:27 am

Music Videos That Defined The 90s
A half-decent run-through from the same team who do the Discovering... series, which featured some surprising inclusions, but also some glaring omissions (no Nothing Compares 2 U for starters).

Urban Myths - Backstage at Live Aid
Comic series notable here for the number of impersonations going on, as well as tackling many of the issues silly and serious from the day.

The BET Life of Diddy
One thing I like with these BET shows is they always name contributors, and there's always dozens of them. Diddy's career has spanned 20+ years, he discovered Mary J Blige, and I gather there was suggestion he also takes the blame/credit for French Montana too.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Apr 27, 2018 6:47 am

The South Bank Show Originals: Miriam Makeba
Melvyn Bragg profiled her in 1995, seeing hers as "the story of South Africa". She had a very humble start, but made big success in the USA and married Hugh Masekela for a while. She felt trapped when her mother died and she couldn't return safely to SA to mourn. When Mandela was freed, he suggested she came home, and in 1991 she did.
Miriam Makeba wrote:We must forgive, but we shouldn't forget.

Black Stone Cherry - Family Tree
The usual On Record format, with Matt Stocks talking to Jon and John Fred about their new album, their new label, the evolution from their last album in 2015, their mix of influences, their forthcoming appearance at Download, and the chance of touring the UK themselves.

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - Tigerstyle
A DJ & Bhangra group who had plenty of melodic songs, and a lead singer who appeared to be reading the lyrics off his smartphone. The audience looked like they got pretty drenched.

The Arthur Brown Story - Part 3
Unsure how long since I saw part 1, and who knows when I might see part 2, but Iain McNay as usual picked up the story in 1978, where Arthur did not face the same punk backlash as others. Peter Gabriel told him he'd taken inspiration for his stagecraft and also his work in Africa (though Arthur credits Ginger Baker as preceding him). He continued his spiritual journey.
Arthur Brown wrote:Hear about a hero - see a hero - be a hero.
He spent time as a musical therapist, writing songs from people's problems to give them help. He suffered a brain haemorrhage at the end of a tour whilst over-detoxing. He toured with Robert Plant in 2002, and also the Pretty Things. He was 75 whenever this was recorded and still making music, and had been the subject of a biography. Quite a character.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:10 am

Municipal Waste - Bloodstock 2017
Spirited showcase which the crowd seemed to enjoy.

Live From Abbey Road - Classics
Jake Bugg managed to knock through a few tracks in his short allotted time, and Foster The People managed to fit a couple on after, including a cover of Neil Young's Heart of Gold too.

L7: Pretend We're Dead
Lengthy career portrait of the all-girl band who hit paydirt when Butch Vig produced an album with a proper hit on it, and then Kurt Cobain died and Green Day took over, and things petered out badly. But they reformed in 2015, so all's well that ends well, or something.

Last Laugh In Vegas
Glorious series about 9 UK entertainers coming together for one night only for their Vegas debuts, with Frank Marino as their mentor. He tried to get Kenny Lynch to sing some Bruno Mars, but Kenny stuck to his guns. The final concert was more musical than anything, with Jess Conrad, Anita Harris and others doing their thing, and even comedians Bernie Clifton and Cannon & Ball did some music too. The terrible shootings last Autumn happened the weekend before this gig, which may have helped the mood.
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Celebrity Damage Control: Mariah Carey
She had a tough life, but after connecting with Brenda K Starr, she stiffed Warner Bros out of signing her so that she could go with Columbia and Tommy Mottola. Success followed, but at quite a cost. When she slipped free from his chains, her career nosedived. But she stuck with it, and a 2nd marriage proved more fruitful, and she's even got on the reality show bandwagon.

King 810 - Live at Bloodstock 2017
A rough bunch from Flint, Michigan with something of a spiritual bent to their material, and a throaty singer. But somehow they made it tolerable.
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Skindred - Live at Bloodstock 2017
A quirkier rock band than some, slipping in nods to tunes as diverse as Back In Black, Harlem Shuffle and On A Ragga Tip. They finished with the crowd's chance to do the Newport helicopter, of course.

Austin City Limits: Radiohead
Back at the Moody Theatre, giving a workout to some of their less regular numbers, but obligingly ending with Idioteque and Paranoid Android. Ed and Thom gave a little chat afterwards, too.

A Flock of Seagulls at Electric Dreams
Mike Score is still singing, and they finished with Wishing and I Ran, to much crowd delight.
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Post  misery guts on Tue May 08, 2018 7:48 am

Live From Abbey Road - Classics - Ryan Adams
The last in this run of repeats featured Ryan with some help from Laura Marling, and a final spot from David Gray, cheerful about the way fame came and went.

Arena - My Name Is Celia Cruz
From 1988, a profile of the Queen of Salsa, a Cuban exile in New York who tapped into Hispanic, Caribbean and Catholic audiences. She was backed by the Sonora Matancera, and her husband had been a trumpeter in that band. She recorded with Tito Puente, and liked Doris Day.

Live With... Jack Harris
Folk/blues apparently, but some thoughtful and well sung songs.
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Post  misery guts on Thu May 10, 2018 9:20 am

Belladrum 2017 - Cridhe Tartan - Vukovi
A rising band went to the Hothouse Stage, and delivered a steady, short set.

Stuart Burrows
Profile from 2003 of a Welshman described as the "world's best Mozart tenor". He started young, but had difficulties and lost his voice. After a short stint in the RAF, he found his voice had returned, and it was Eisteddfodd and the Welsh National Opera, and Covent Garden, Carnegie Hall and so on. He even had his own BBC series, and had a Le Shuttle train named after him. Kiri te Kanawa and Joan Sutherland were amongst those singing his praises (figuratively).

Thomas Dolby at Electric Dreams
A jovial performer who ran through his hits, and beyond, for he's still working away. He seems more at ease than some of his contemporaries, it seems to me.
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