Oho, I understand all too well. You men always stick together..no, actually I don't want to have that mental picture...anyway, just because he's a drummer he doesn't have the right to behave like that. He could work out all his stress on the drum kit, like Bevey the Custard King. Speaking of whom..... *big hint, sharp elbow*
It's all good entertainment, it doesn't cost a penny
Genesis were great. Phil with Gensis was awesome. Phil by himself.......Hmmmm. "Think twice cause its another day for you and me in para...) blah!!!! He was a bit of a tw**. I think even he would own up to that! Now he was no Sting or Boner but still a pleb all the same. Sorry.
Edit: shame there's no Pandora's Box though, it's my absolute favourite and it was in all the trailers
I've never heard 'Pandora's Box' with an orchestra. It's hole in the set matches the hole left by 'Hold on Tight' in Jeff's Hyde Park set. Typical Procol, though, just as uncompliant with what's expected of them as Jeff is.
For unomusette who had hopes to see the concert on the Red Button - here is the encore, ‘Conquistador’, captured by someone with a better camera than mine:
Look out for David Firman, the conductor, Jeff should hire him for his future orchestral gigs!
The BBC stuck almost exactly to the live show. They virtually put it out “as live” apart from a little splicing with ‘A Salty Dog’ and even Gary didn’t think that needed doing. To go all Jeff Lynne and technical on you – apparently the live sound and the BBC sound were different mixes. The live audience mix going through the desk at the back of the auditorium and the BBC mix going out to the outside unit. No mixing whatsoever took place after the show, just a little trimming for time.
While we're on the subject of Genesis, at the Dominion I was sat three rows behind Mr Mike Rutherford - there was a lovely quietness about him. I also saw Jeff Lynne look-a-like Chas Hodges of Chas and Dave fame in the audience.
Timeblue: Not one but TWO Bev vids! We are indeed honoured!
May 16, 2020 14:45:01 GMT
orioles70: working from home has it perks, I noticed the birds were unusually noisy and sure enough - there is a rather large owl sitting in the tree just outside my dining room. Can't tell if he's waiting for prey or taking a nap.
May 18, 2020 17:18:50 GMT
BSJ: Very cool. For us, normally when all goes still, it means a hawk is hanging around.
May 18, 2020 17:54:13 GMT
Timeblue: Woke up the other day to a pile of sparrow feathers (minus the body...) our local sparrowhawk must have been hungry.
May 19, 2020 21:57:40 GMT
elophile: Hi friends! How is everyone? I've just been working and cooking and staying inside and enjoying my own backyard...::c0112::
May 20, 2020 23:58:17 GMT
elophile: I've been getting really into Procal Harum.
May 21, 2020 0:00:29 GMT
eloneen: elophile What's cooking in your Quarantine Kitchen these days?::t1935::
May 21, 2020 1:42:16 GMT
elophile: What isn't cooking eloneen ! Tonight we had homemade falafel with hummus, tahini, roasted beets and a chopped salad. I'm make a veggie lasagna tomorrow. How about your kitchen? Do tell!!
May 21, 2020 2:50:19 GMT
eloneen: The young man hosted Taco Tuesday last night, and this is Mr.Eloneen's week to prepare dinner (YESS!!!). Recently, he has made homemade apple pie, meat pies (inspired by our recent trip to the UK), burgers, biscuits from scratch, and chicken and waffles.
May 21, 2020 4:25:20 GMT
eloneen: Recently, I've made a delicious lentil and potato salad, jambalaya, roast pork loin with roasted veggies, but Hubby's the rising star! My mother wants him to cook all the time now! He made a cake (from scratch) for me and my mom for Mother's Day.
May 21, 2020 4:30:54 GMT
Horacewimp: Hi elophile I’m glad you are keeping well and occupying you time while in lockdown.
May 21, 2020 7:11:12 GMT
tremblinwilbury: eloneen - Biscuits? Don't you mean 'cookies'?
May 21, 2020 14:47:56 GMT