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Post by Marky Dread » 15 Nov 2014, 11:31am

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Heston wrote:I wonder if Radio 1 recorded the full concert. I bet it's just sitting there in the vaults. Shame.
Was it originally a Radio 1 broadcast?
I'm pretty sure it was. I listened as it went out on air.
Just did a little bit of research on the fantastic Radio Times archive page, it aired on Sat, 17th September 1988 as part of the "Stereo Sequence" show...

http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/schedules/ra ... 1988-09-17
Cheers for that mate. :approve:
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Post by TeddyB Not Logged In » 15 Nov 2014, 5:09pm

Usually a band of the stature of BAD might see a vault release of such a Radio One show. In this case though, I think the impetus is blunted by the leader having been in a group where the market or at least the record company is more interested in a sixth or tenth vault release by that group than any by BAD. The proposed Upping Street deluxe was put off for the intended reunion album (not that Sony was pushing that hard for the Upping Street release), and the scuttled for now reunion put paid to that idea.

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Post by Marky Dread » 15 Nov 2014, 6:06pm

TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:Usually a band of the stature of BAD might see a vault release of such a Radio One show. In this case though, I think the impetus is blunted by the leader having been in a group where the market or at least the record company is more interested in a sixth or tenth vault release by that group than any by BAD. The proposed Upping Street deluxe was put off for the intended reunion album (not that Sony was pushing that hard for the Upping Street release), and the scuttled for now reunion put paid to that idea.
Was kinda hoping that when Mick said he wasn't interested in releasing any more Clash stuff after Sound System that was a sign that we might get some BAD stuff now.

Those BAD files are superb but it would great to have an official release set in top notch quality. There must be more outtakes than we've heard just due to the experimental nature of BAD.
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Marky Dread wrote:
TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:Usually a band of the stature of BAD might see a vault release of such a Radio One show. In this case though, I think the impetus is blunted by the leader having been in a group where the market or at least the record company is more interested in a sixth or tenth vault release by that group than any by BAD. The proposed Upping Street deluxe was put off for the intended reunion album (not that Sony was pushing that hard for the Upping Street release), and the scuttled for now reunion put paid to that idea.
Was kinda hoping that when Mick said he wasn't interested in releasing any more Clash stuff after Sound System that was a sign that we might get some BAD stuff now.

Those BAD files are superb but it would great to have an official release set in top notch quality. There must be more outtakes than we've heard just due to the experimental nature of BAD.
Agreed!

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Post by bazarboy75 » 15 Nov 2014, 6:30pm

I think Mick Knows exactly what the BAD files countains
And the released of the 1st BAD album came with a second disk with lot's of 12inch or vocoder version that we didn't have or never heard before
So there is as you say Marky "must be more outtakes than we've heard just due to the experimental nature of BAD"

I think there is tons of stuff
And lot's of unknow footage too

i'm afraid that the reunion time around 2011 was the perfect timing for some new BAD appear... Now i really don't know what to think

And that's BAD !
Some new INDIEGROUND tracks

https://soundcloud.com/indieground

Some old tracks
http://soundcloud.com/bazarboy

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Post by Marky Dread » 15 Nov 2014, 6:42pm

I wonder what ever happened to the BAD film Mick was often mentioning early on?
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Post by TeddyB Not Logged In » 16 Nov 2014, 2:11am

There's a very good album's worth of unreleased songs from the Upping Street/Tighten Up era, including five or six written by Strummer/Jones. Don't really know what's going to become of them at this point.

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Post by Marky Dread » 16 Nov 2014, 2:47am

TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:There's a very good album's worth of unreleased songs from the Upping Street/Tighten Up era, including five or six written by Strummer/Jones. Don't really know what's going to become of them at this point.
OK here's the plan I am going to kidnap Mick and hold him hostage 'til we get this stuff. I would love to hear these unreleased songs. We need a BAD boxset and BAD need more respect they were groundbreaking you know.
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Marky Dread wrote:
TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:There's a very good album's worth of unreleased songs from the Upping Street/Tighten Up era, including five or six written by Strummer/Jones. Don't really know what's going to become of them at this point.
OK here's the plan I am going to kidnap Mick and hold him hostage 'til we get this stuff. I would love to hear these unreleased songs. We need a BAD boxset and BAD need more respect they were groundbreaking you know.
Oh, I know. Shame the BAD reunion went pear shaped. We may well have had a new album of new and reworked songs. Didn't help that Gerry died either.

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TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:
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TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:There's a very good album's worth of unreleased songs from the Upping Street/Tighten Up era, including five or six written by Strummer/Jones. Don't really know what's going to become of them at this point.
OK here's the plan I am going to kidnap Mick and hold him hostage 'til we get this stuff. I would love to hear these unreleased songs. We need a BAD boxset and BAD need more respect they were groundbreaking you know.
Oh, I know. Shame the BAD reunion went pear shaped. We may well have had a new album of new and reworked songs. Didn't help that Gerry died either.
Sure was a shame about the new album. Very sad that Gerry passed and from what others have said he seemed to be a great guy.

The thing that bugs me big time is that weekly bands with less stature that B.A.D are getting their back catalogs reissued with as many bonus tracks that can be crammed on. Mick should be wholly proud of his B.A.D stuff and Sony should be bloody privileged to release it.
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Post by white man » 16 Nov 2014, 4:50am

Sometimes i begin to wonder if the will is really there to get a re-issue job completed.I'm sure it can't be that impossible. Or has Mick satisfied his fans in the easiest way allowable by stealth releasing stuff online. :shifty:

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Post by Marky Dread » 16 Nov 2014, 12:15pm

white man wrote:Sometimes i begin to wonder if the will is really there to get a re-issue job completed.I'm sure it can't be that impossible. Or has Mick satisfied his fans in the easiest way allowable by stealth releasing stuff online. :shifty:
More to it than that. Mick's a very busy man with other commitments.
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Marky Dread wrote:
white man wrote:Sometimes i begin to wonder if the will is really there to get a re-issue job completed.I'm sure it can't be that impossible. Or has Mick satisfied his fans in the easiest way allowable by stealth releasing stuff online. :shifty:
More to it than that. Mick's a very busy man with other commitments.
I've just done six night-shifts and still managed to clean the oven this afternoon.

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Re: Bradford Upgrade lossless

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Marky Dread wrote:
white man wrote:Sometimes i begin to wonder if the will is really there to get a re-issue job completed.I'm sure it can't be that impossible. Or has Mick satisfied his fans in the easiest way allowable by stealth releasing stuff online. :shifty:
More to it than that. Mick's a very busy man with other commitments.
Yep.

Co-produce, Michael, co-produce...

http://www.examiner.com/article/mick-jo ... jah-wobble

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Re: Bradford Upgrade lossless

Post by Marky Dread » 16 Nov 2014, 3:57pm

white man wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
white man wrote:Sometimes i begin to wonder if the will is really there to get a re-issue job completed.I'm sure it can't be that impossible. Or has Mick satisfied his fans in the easiest way allowable by stealth releasing stuff online. :shifty:
More to it than that. Mick's a very busy man with other commitments.
I've just done six night-shifts and still managed to clean the oven this afternoon.
I've just finished seven 12 hour night shifts and I'm too tired to clean my oven. ;)

Mick would never clean his oven, that's beyond the pale.
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