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Topic: BBC2 Pink Floyd Dark Side..Docu
Posted By: erik neuteboom
Subject: BBC2 Pink Floyd Dark Side..Docu
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 14:17

Hello Progheads.

This evening/tonight BBC2 will broadcast the known Dark Side Of The Moon documentary by Pink Floyd, European time 0035-0125, UK one year earlier.




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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 14:18
Of course one year should be one hour ... ..!


Posted By: Easy Livin
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 14:35

I know we're a bit behind here Erik, but that's ridiculous!LOL

The programme is the "Classic albums" series one, well worth seeing if you don't have the DVD.



Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 14:43
It's the UK's 'forward backward' principle, isn't it  ?!


Posted By: Easy Livin
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 15:27
That's one step forward, two steps back of course!


Posted By: krusty
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 19:12
00:10am and I've just read this.
Missed most of it... talking about "Money" now. gutted




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Posted By: krusty
Date Posted: February 10 2006 at 19:28
Good news, it's actually a repeat of a program I have on video somewhere

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Posted By: PROGMAN
Date Posted: February 11 2006 at 06:56
I have it on VHS somewhere too.........

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: February 11 2006 at 07:33
Yep most of this series is a repeat, except for one new album. Did anyone see ther Night at The opera one a few weeks back? Brilliant!

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Posted By: krusty
Date Posted: February 11 2006 at 08:30
^Yeah, I saw that one... I think it showed what a talented group Queen were, also what an exceptional guitarist Brain May is!



 

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Posted By: Dick Heath
Date Posted: February 11 2006 at 15:59
Hey

More importantly who saw/missed the first part of Folk Britannia on BBC Four last night (repeated in the ealry hours of Saturday): long snippets of  Davey Graham, Bert Jansch, Richard Thompson (hadn't realised he stuttered), Pentangle, Strawbs, Fairport C, Steeleye Span, Sandy Denny. And then to cap it, the full performances were then shown on Folk On Four immediately after the first showing.


Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: February 11 2006 at 16:19
We have Nederland 3 but no BBC Four, unfortunately, Dick  ..


Posted By: Blacksword
Date Posted: February 15 2006 at 08:08

Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

Yep most of this series is a repeat, except for one new album. Did anyone see ther Night at The opera one a few weeks back? Brilliant!

Yeah, I saw that too. Very interesting program. I love the way all those vocal tracks came together. It showed what good a musician Brian May was (although I'll never like his guitar sound) but also what a vocal genius Mercury was. If anyone needed reminding...

I liked the making of Motorheads Ace of Spades album some weeks later too. That was more amusing and nostalgic than anything else..



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