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Albert Tatlock

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  1. Borat II - It was definitely very patchy and at times just uncomfortable rather than funny, but some decent guffaws. The Rudy scene has been puffed up into something it probably wasn't, though he did come across as a bit patronising/sleezy. I did think the covid 'twist' at the end was quite nicely done, and THAT OLD LADY IN THE SYNAGOGUE WAS JUST MAGNIFICENT! (made the whole film worthwhile). Also, did you hear that whilst Borat I was banned, for Borat II the Kazakh Tourist Board have now adopted 'Very Nice!' as their new slogan. If you can't beat them, join them. Earlier Re: How Green Was My Valley - I should watch that to see just how bad the Welsh accents are - chwarae teg look you now boyo. EDIT. Talking about Rudy, he is one of the talking heads in the 3 part The Trump Show just shown on BBC. Just when you couldn't believe things could be any more comic/tragic, a parade of ex-administration insiders lift the lid a bit more.
  2. "I want to make something loud and joyous, and a sonic event that will be glorious" - JT Ta.
  3. Just in case you thought it would only be possible in some kind of alternative reality
  4. Of course, apologies. I drive past the tree where he ended his days from time to time. Usually a few ribbons and whatnot attached to it.
  5. Still space for one more mystery guest on the Gnome Stool. Since reading Lotti's post I have had an acoustic version of Via Chicago in my head with lilting bongo accompaniment. It works pretty well I think. And if bongos were good enough for Mark Bolan and Hendrick at Woodstock then who is to knock them? Edit: Funny what you can stumble upon in a few spare minutes:- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incredible_Bongo_Band as mixed by John Lennon apparently, and whose first album is "one of the musical cornerstones of rap. While it’s hard to measure these things accurately, it is certainly one of the most sampled LP’s in history, if not the most sampled":- https://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/29/arts/music/29herm.html?ex=1163739600&en=de184a3330f1af11&ei=5070
  6. Lovely guy https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-54485919
  7. Just listened to Sean Lennon's hour long interview with Macca. Enjoyed it - a conversation more than an interview and some nice moments e.g. Sean hearing about his grandmother for the first time from someone who actually met her. Sean sounds like a nice bloke too. If you can't hear it outside the UK here then no doubt it will be on youtube soon https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p08t4mx9
  8. When's that Jackson version of Let It Be going to surface? Found this today to watch - initially out of a sense of duty but actually enjoyed it alot more than I remember from the last time about 30 years ago when it was on the BBC https://vimeo.com/393843142
  9. Frankie Boyle's New World Order Still breathtakingly anti-establishment outspoken and gaffaw out loud fantastic. Start at 28:30 for a taster.
  10. Not me - I only rely on you, and I wouldn't want it any other way. Ta.
  11. Ha! I am a bit of a history buff so know all about Operation Torch etc. Maybe it isn't a rifle just a shadow of something on the ground. Still looks a bit strange to me. For once a decent album cover ( ).
  12. Yes. Got it thanks. Thought of you yesterday when I heard that the last episode of Doc Martin has been recorded You have my condolences.
  13. Soul America - 3 x 1 hour BBC music doc. Seen 1 (origins and pop - to Motown/Stax) & 2 (civil rights and 70s). Will probably not bother with episode 3 when it gets all "Mr Lover Man". A collage that only skims the surface but always nice to see some good clips and hear some stories from those that were there and odd moments - like the keyboards player from I Never Loved A Man The Way That I Love You talking about coming up with the riff. Also, Mavis is one of the talking heads. Never heard of Wattstax before, so that's something. In other news, Up to series 8 of my rewind of the entire Spooks oeuvre (a few episodes a week since BBC put them all up on iPlayer as a Lockdown balm). Glad to hear that What We Do In The Shadows has fellow admirers. There is the original film too in case you didn't know. And Matt Berry fans really should check out Toast of London. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t97eE2fst4A
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