Re: Vega - UK tour
Posted by: machinehead ()
Date: September 25, 2017 10:05AM

forestred Wrote:
> I used to casually browse the lineups for the
> Jools Holland show, but have not even bothered
> looking for years now though, as like you say it's
> often some bizarre pan pipes of the andes duo.
> I remember Bruce Dickinson saying years ago of the
> BBC's approach to showcasing new music that it has
> become focused on 'arts for arts sake', rather
> than good music.
> I might be wrong, but i imagine that show is
> watched by a demographic that represents what used
> to be referred to as the upper middle class of
> society, ie. those with enough expendable income
> and a sense of some sort of superiority complex
> that makes them gullible enough to actually buy

> such tosh.

Bang on there sir

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/25/2017 10:06AM by machinehead.

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Later with Jools Holland; Seasick Steve, Adele, KT Tunstall - why not Wayward Sons, Toseland, or Stone Broken etc? 230 MSL 09/24/2017 05:34AM
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