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Guitar Heroes at the BBC

pierre_pierre
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Guitar Heroes at the BBC

MUSIC: Guitar Heroes at the BBC
On: BBC 2
Date: Saturday 29th November 2008
Time: 23:45 to 00:45 (1 hour long)
Compilation of 1970s BBC performances on shows from The Old Grey Whistle Test to Sight and Sound by such luminaries of the electric guitar as Carlos Santana, Mark Knopfler, The Edge and Peter Green, as well as acoustic masters like John Martyn, Bert Jansch, John Renbourn and Paco Pena.
(Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles)
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198kHz
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Re: Guitar Heroes at the BBC

This was on a few weeks ago, and highly recommended if you didn't catch it then; much better than the recent Jools Holland 'Later' guitar compilation.
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Re: Guitar Heroes at the BBC

One for iPlayer tomorrow me thinks.
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techguy
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Re: Guitar Heroes at the BBC

Am I the only one thats sick of seeing Jools Holland?
Sure he's a good musician but he's never off it seems, even gets in on New Year's Eve, what the hell is a hootenanny anyway?
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Re: Guitar Heroes at the BBC

From wikipedia
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Hootenanny was used in the early twentieth century America to refer to things whose names were forgotten or unknown. In this usage it was synonymous with thingamajig or whatchamacallit, as in "hand me that hootenanny." Hootenanny was also an old country word for "party". Now, most commonly, it refers to a folk-music party.
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techguy
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Re: Guitar Heroes at the BBC

Ah should have looked on Wikipedia, cheers