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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by adivin, Oct 7, 2018.
I love watching Later with Jules Holland and checking out everyone’s sound and rig. It fires me up.
One of the very few decent music shows left...I try to catch every episode...there'll be at least one act worth watching every time.
One of my favourite performances from the show is this one by Sia. Too bad the audio and video isn't the best quality.
Yes, yes, yes...perfect staging, no BS, every artist gets respect, wide variety of styles. Even if I'm not digging a particular act, it moves along quickly to the next one, and I've been exposed to all sorts of new stuff. Older under the radar/cult artists get some face time, and Jools is such a consummate keyboardist that it's great when he sits in. Reminds me of Night Music with David Sanborn from the late 80's.
He pissed me off when he wouldn't do the Squeeze "Bands Reunited".
Not very relevant; just thought I'd get that off my chest.
Where can I watch it? I don't have BBC America.
He spells his name “Jools”.
Have seen him twice at Royal Albert Hall during Thanksgiving trips to London. Has a 21-piece r’n’r “orchestra”. Special guests included Dave Edmonds playing Sabre Dance at around 200 bpm.
And I love that show too. Might prefer Live at Daryl’s House a bit more - feeds the dream of Smokey Robinson showing up at your house to jam with your band.
Check AXS or MTV Live
It was totally overlooked, but he did a blues/R&B album with Tom Jones a few years ago that was pretty tasty.
Man, if I could get a copy of that I’d be all over it like white on rice.
I enjoy watching Jools. Seems like everyone gets equal billing.
For music acts he’s kind of like a modern day Ed Sullivan.
I get it via MTV Live.
I DVR'd it regularly when it was on Palladia. But since that channel became MTV Live, it seems to only show repeats. I haven't seen a new episode in over a year, and I know the show is still coming out with new ones.
Several copies on EBay right now.
Actually, he spells his name "Edmunds"...
But it's pronounced "Luxury yacht".
Love it. The songs aren't cut to fit into commercial breaks and any show that has Carla Bruni warming up the crowd for Metallica is pretty cool IMO.
Well yes, but what I like is that really there is no concept of warm-up act on the show. Every attempt is made to present each act at it's best and in it's own right.