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johnc
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A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/15/2018 02:22 PM

Check out Gerry’s radio interview and his hint for things to come for the band’s 50th anniversary:

Gerry interview
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Grahame
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/16/2018 03:49 AM

Very promising! I thought Gerry was very polite and patient with an interviewer who clearly knew very little about the band and it's history. Looking forward to seeing them in London.
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Moser
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/16/2018 02:07 PM

Grahame Very promising! I thought Gerry was very polite and patient with an interviewer who clearly knew very little about the band and it's history. Looking forward to seeing them in London.


I agree and thought the same thing as I listened. The interviewer clearly did not do his homework. It was a bit embarrassing.


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DannyC
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/16/2018 10:35 PM

A book, a tv special, a couple of box sets? Sounds pretty awesome to me! Hi Mo.DanC
"What we have here is....failure to communicate"
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DannyC
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/16/2018 10:36 PM

And another 10 years of shows? Sweet!DanC
"What we have here is....failure to communicate"
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Grahame
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/17/2018 03:10 AM

I just hope it won't consist of the hits, and the rarities already available on Highway, Lost & Found and Heritage. Though I do wonder how many more rarities there can be.
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Moser
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/17/2018 12:03 PM

DannyC A book, a tv special, a couple of box sets? Sounds pretty awesome to me! Hi Mo.DanC


Howdy, Dan!



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Americafan
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Re: A book, some box sets and a TV special
Posted on: 05/23/2018 01:29 PM

A box set with previously unreleased demos and performances would be nice. I really enjoyed Archives and Heritage. Would like to hear studio demos of Norman and maybe Submarine Ladies (with the "dit, dit, dits" in it) that are only available on live CDs now. There was also at least one unreleased track from the Human Nature sessions that was planned to be released on the Highway box set until Rhino could not come to terms with Oxygen Records, so nothing from Human Nature was included on the box set.
Mark
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