Discussion Forums

Later......With Jools Holland
Last Post 28 Oct 2005 05:40 AM by Gar. 29 Replies.
Printer Friendly
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
Sort:
PrevPrev NextNext
You are not authorized to post a reply.
Page 1 of 212 > >>
Author Messages
GarUser is Offline
Veteran Member
Veteran Member
Send Private Message
Posts:1676
Gar

--
28 Oct 2005 05:40 AM
    Last week saw the show return fro another season. But from now on, you have no excuses for missing it (or at least recording it) every Friday night. Tonight has Mylo, Artic Monkeys, Miss Dynamite, Los De Abajo, Lizz Wright, Joseph Arthur and I think Ray Davies from The Kinks. BBC2 @ 00:00
    BinokularUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1665
    Binokular

    --
    28 Oct 2005 07:38 AM
    Ray Davies! I reckon thats definitely worth tuning in for. Wonder can Miss Dynamite rescue her seemingly stalled career?
    aidanUser is Offline
    Advanced Member
    Advanced Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:638
    Aidan Curran

    --
    28 Oct 2005 08:33 AM
    oh, I miss this programme! there's a lame imitation of it on a TV station where I'm living but never as eclectic as jools' show. is it the greatest music show ever? probably. (and congrats on the 1000th post, gar!)
    stephenUser is Offline
    Basic Member
    Basic Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:201
    Stephen McNulty

    --
    28 Oct 2005 08:34 AM
    Joseph Arthur is a telented bloke too... he new album is one of my favourites of the year. I'll be curious to hear what you guys think of him.
    ctrlaltdeleteUser is Offline
    Basic Member
    Basic Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:268
    ctrlaltdelete

    --
    28 Oct 2005 09:49 AM
    is Later repeated? i'm never in on a friday and don't have a vcr.
    RichieUser is Offline
    New Member
    New Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:63
    Richie

    --
    28 Oct 2005 10:13 AM
    quote:
    Originally posted by stephen
    Joseph Arthur is a telented bloke too... he new album is one of my favourites of the year. I'll be curious to hear what you guys think of him.
    The new album is pretty fantastic alright. I remember seeing him a few years back in the Stables in Mullingar when nobody, including me, knew who the hell he was, and he blew everyone away. Bleedin' stunning he was.
    UnicronUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1696
    Ian Wright

    --
    28 Oct 2005 10:39 AM
    quote:
    Originally posted by stephen
    Joseph Arthur is a telented bloke too... he new album is one of my favourites of the year. I'll be curious to hear what you guys think of him.
    He's a very talented fella, was very saddened when his dublin gig clashed with Sufjan.
    DaraghUser is Offline
    Advanced Member
    Advanced Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:666
    Daragh Murray

    --
    29 Oct 2005 10:19 AM
    saw later with for the first time in ages last night and not impressed at all. thought the arctic monkeys were quite good, hadnt seen them before, but that the others were quite boring. Was hoping to see Ray Davies, but i think hes next week.
    UnicronUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1696
    Ian Wright

    --
    29 Oct 2005 10:57 AM
    I watched Tremors instead.
    memaeveUser is Offline
    Basic Member
    Basic Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:103
    memaeve

    --
    29 Oct 2005 10:28 PM
    Rufus was on the first week. What a lovely start. xm
    alamedaUser is Offline
    Basic Member
    Basic Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:121
    alameda

    --
    01 Nov 2005 02:06 PM
    Yeh that first show was bloody brillant! editors, goldfrapp, rufus and bacharach, brendan benson - not liking the look of one of the forthcoming shows though: texas, david gray and sean paul....eek!
    DromedUser is Offline
    Advanced Member
    Advanced Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:900
    Dromed

    --
    01 Nov 2005 02:12 PM
    Eurrgghh I wish Texas would ever evaporate in the steam of the bland cup of Horlicks they emerged from.
    GarUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1676
    Gar

    --
    02 Nov 2005 09:13 AM
    I was surprised at some of Ms. Dynamite's songs, she can kinda sing when she wants to and the background singers helped alot. But she got a bit too much airtime, especially when I wanted to hear more of Joseph Arthur. The Artic Monkeys are decent, in a NME cocky type of way. Hopefully next week is a bit better. Good call from Unicron though, 'Tremors' has to be the best B-movie ever made!!!!
    MullyUser is Offline
    Advanced Member
    Advanced Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:849
    Mully

    --
    02 Nov 2005 09:23 AM
    quote:
    Originally posted by Gar
    Good call from Unicron though, 'Tremors' has to be the best B-movie ever made!!!!
    A constant battle with me & mine ... I say Tremors, they say Starship Troopers .... Grrr.
    ctrlaltdeleteUser is Offline
    Basic Member
    Basic Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:268
    ctrlaltdelete

    --
    02 Nov 2005 10:03 AM
    is tremors repeated?
    MullyUser is Offline
    Advanced Member
    Advanced Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:849
    Mully

    --
    02 Nov 2005 10:11 AM
    They are called Aftershocks ...
    GarUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1676
    Gar

    --
    04 Nov 2005 01:04 PM
    Same time, Same channel..... Tonight has Robbie Williams, Maximo Park, Cheikh Lo, KT Tunstall, Mattafix and Vashti Bunyan
    ctrlaltdeleteUser is Offline
    Basic Member
    Basic Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:268
    ctrlaltdelete

    --
    04 Nov 2005 04:50 PM
    vasthi bunyan. yah. robbie 'i,me,my,mine' williams. pah
    GarUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1676
    Gar

    --
    11 Nov 2005 07:57 AM
    A better line-up this week and it switches back to its usual 23:35 slot on BBC2...... Paul Weller, Santana, Sigur Ros, John Cale, Sheryl Crow and Bettye Lavette
    Rev JulesUser is Offline
    Veteran Member
    Veteran Member
    Send Private Message
    Posts:1041
    Rev Jules

    --
    12 Nov 2005 11:42 AM
    Sigur Ros were amazing last night
    You are not authorized to post a reply.
    Page 1 of 212 > >>


    Active Forums 4.3