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Tina Weymouth BBC bass programme in Jan

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I was trying to find a link for this too so I could post on here but couldn't find one.

I saw the same trailer but BBC are not exactly going overboard in promoting it.

Looks like a good series so will be watching all of them

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Is this like "Youth-Hostelling with Chris Eubank"? ;)😂

(copyright Alan Partridge)

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On 12/30/2018 at 14:58, fleabag said:

Where's that ?  OOp north ?

Bloody Cocker-Knees! ;)

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On 12/30/2018 at 15:06, rollie 55 said:

chips and gravy 

Jellied-eels! ;)

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3 hours ago, cetera said:

Is this like "Youth-Hostelling with Chris Eubank"? ;)😂

(copyright Alan Partridge)

Best thing on TV! 

 

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Just had a look (also "Series Record") - it's one of three - tonight's episode is about the importance of drums.

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2 hours ago, TheGreek said:

Just had a look (also "Series Record") - it's one of three - tonight's episode is about the importance of drums.

Enjoyed that, looking forward to the next installment. 

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37 minutes ago, BreadBin said:

Enjoyed that, looking forward to the next installment. 

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Same here, quality programme I thought 

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3 minutes ago, steantval said:

Really enjoyed the Stewart Copeland episode on drums, well put together programme.

Sheila E was great.

She was class!

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2 hours ago, steantval said:

Really enjoyed the Stewart Copeland episode on drums, well put together programme.

Sheila E was great.

Agreed! Not a big fan of S.C's drumming, but thought he presented the programme really well, very entertaining and informative. Looking forward to the next instalment of the series.

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I really enjoyed the show last night. I was fearing it would the usual BBC rock music documentary full of Keith Moon and John Bonham anecdotes, but I really enjoyed the look into the evolution of the drum kit and the coverage of drummers in the era before rock and roll. I love Stanton Moore as well so glad to see him on TV.

My fear for the bass show is that it would be a bunch of stories about McCartney, Entwistle, Flea, Sid Vicious, Mark King and the guy from Royal Blood as the ‘new’ bass hero, with 20 seconds on Marcus Miller and Peter Hook. The drum show has convinced me that I don’t need to worry.

Nice to see the BBC doing a music show with a bit of depth. 

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6 hours ago, casapete said:

Agreed! Not a big fan of S.C's drumming, but thought he presented the programme really well, very entertaining and informative. Looking forward to the next instalment of the series.

Yeah good prog.  But i am a fan of SC's tubbing. Tight as a Mallards chuff.  Listen to The Police - Next To You

 

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Watched the Stewart Copeland episode last night and really enjoyed it. Can’t wait for the Tina Weymouth instalment.

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Is Jools Holland doing the Piano one? “How to shoehorn boogie woogie into a Madness tune.”

I’m being facetious...

I’ve got this on series link, tried to watch the Stewart Copeland On Drums one, but littlest Trav has been really out of sorts and cried through most of it 😐

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