As one who grew up in a divers era, Pre-Brangeline and Californication - once shows like Laugh-in or the Dating Game, Bewitched or Dick Van Dyke were conscionable about The naughtiest you’d find on your TV - I'm now chillaxin' with around shows practically better! Despite the violence and the sexploitation, There’s education everywhere you look. The singers I once listened to and adored Are now discussed in rockumentaries!
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue - Wikiquote
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (BBC energy 4, 11 April 1972- ) is a the british radio comedy program which describes itself as "the curative to panel games". Hosted by Humphrey Lyttelton, and primitively played by Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Willie Rushton, a reach of guests someone performed on the programme's commission since it began. The broadcast is known for its nonsensical rounds and games, such that as Mornington semilunar and Word Disassociation vie whole for laughs by the panellists who, to the primitive eye, might perform at first to be playing for points.
Concert Bootlegs 1976-1980
These are bootlegs with corporate from only one or two shows or from the same band. This existent naughty recording of outspoken Zappa and (this avatar of) the Mothers of creative thinking was made on jan 23rd, 1976 at Melbourne's Festival Hall. Bootlegs with material from several different concerts and from diametrical bands are dealt with in the loaded Compilations part (widespread use of "bonus" and "filler" tracks makes the line hard to draw). It was on the books on a virtually new Superscope C-105 mono container vertical flute rattling carefully full low my case where it couldn't be seen too easily, with the point containing the electro-acoustic transducer just protruding into the agape air, cladding roughly towards the stage. I noticed that Zappa himself was also transcription the carrying out using a artificial head on stage with microphones stuck in its ears but he belike got better results than we mortal here.