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On Drums, On Guitar, On Bass

Marko1960
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Three one off episodes to be shown on BBC 4 in January, starting with Stuart Copeland talking all things drums and culminating in Tina Weymouth talking all things Bass, should be a good watch






…couldn't give a toss about the guitar
MotorMog
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Sounds good ,BBC 4 gave done some good rock docs in the past

Punk Britannia was a good one
mr zee
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Three one off episodes to be shown on BBC 4 in January, starting with Stuart Copeland talking all things drums and culminating in Tina Weymouth talking all things Bass, should be a good watch…couldn't give a toss about the guitar


Hmmm. Will give it a gander, sounds like it could be good.
Marko1960
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Sounds good ,BBC 4 gave done some good rock docs in the past Punk Britannia was a good one
Punk Brittannia was a good un
Marko1960
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Tomorrow (Friday) night, 9 pm, BBC 4, On Drums, Stewart Copeland, then a week later, On Bass, Tina Weymouth, should be worth a watch
mr zee
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Tomorrow (Friday) night, 9 pm, BBC 4, On Drums, Stewart Copeland, then a week later, On Bass, Tina Weymouth, should be worth a watch


Well reminded.
MotorMog
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Yep must set that up to record

I'd like another series of Brian Johnson's A Life On The Road ( it was on sky) very entertaining tele .turns out that in “ real life ” Sting is a pretty good geezer and Lars Ulrich is still a compete twat

Worth a watch if you can find it
Marko1960
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Yep must set that up to record I'd like another series of Brian Johnson's A Life On The Road ( it was on sky) very entertaining tele .turns out that in “ real life ” Sting is a pretty good geezer and Lars Ulrich is still a compete twat Worth a watch if you can find it

Brian Johnsons Cars That Rock was also good, like me he's from the North East, and like me he loves Alfa Romeo.
Anyway, On Bass, with Tina Weymouth, if you didn't watch it look for it on catch up, all the important people are there, the ones you need to know, James Jamerson, Carol Kaye, Bootsy, the stand out one for me was Bernard Edwards, he was the Funk Meister rest his soul. One who was there that puzzled me was Peter Hook, never had him down as a bass player!

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