Just a little one today. Joe's freeplay had a mixed response.
from December 12th 2009
From the show on 27th Oct 2007
Some loyal members of #TwitSquadron were fortunate enough to enjoy Adam's gig in Shepherd's Bush the other night.Such is the gracious majesty of Viscount Buckules, that he took some time with them for photos and even a cuddle so I thought it would be nice to post this little nugget today.
From the Glastonbury show on 28th June 2009
This is from a year ago and for shame, I cannot remember what prompted them to do these songs.I called the file Contractual Obligations, for some reason. I must go back and listen to the full show when I get a minute, unless someone can remind me in a comment below. I know Joe's song refers to the lovely model that Adam started to fixate on and whom they eventually met at a BUG but I can't remember what prompted the live improv. It must have been pre-meditated for them to have both brought their guitars.
From 24th January, 2009
A few days ago, I had a request from @rabbsotronic to find this clip of Adam riffing on The Wire. Sorry it took a while but it's worth waiting for.
From 30th May 2009
You might wonder why I don't post both the broadcast and the podcast from June 13th 2009 in full because I am constantly drawn to shoving bits from that show on here.This is yet another one of my favourite clips from that date.
Wonky credit to John Williams............it's only a month since Christmas Day. Seems much longer.
Hang on, is it three clip Sunday or something?I think it must be. Don't complain if I don't post anything tomorrow, though.
Ex 31st August 2007
I'm still noodling through the Keaveny shows and this reminded me of a more recent exchange wherein an enthusiastic texter told us that he went all the way to the top of a water shoot and slide down it. There were no disasterous consequences whatsover.This clip however, is from the Parties that Ended in Disaster TTN.
Ex 31st August 2007
When Adam and Joe stood in for Shaun W Keaveny for two weeks worth of early morning nonsense, they had a different approach to Song Wars. They just played a snatch all week and the one that got the most votes was played in full on the Friday.
On 29th August 2007, they finished the show with a quick, live rendition.
As it's Saturday, the official Day With the Adam And Joe Shaped Hole, I might post another clip later on.
This is from 27th August 2007 which was a Bank Holiday Monday in England & Wales and 6Music were dedicating the day to the year of 1997.Adam had a little look through his diary for that year and recounts an entry for us to enjoy.
Recent regular listeners will know all about the bored, sexy BBC 6Music programme link lady but there was a time when Joe thought she was a little bit more excited than she is these days.
From 22nd August 2007. Once again, remembering that this was their first week within the confines of the Big British Castle, feeling their way around the boundaries of decency.
This is from the podcast that related to the show on the 6th June 2009.
Good grief, here is yet another clip from 13th June, 2009.This features Ben's mash up of two opposing Terminator reviews followed by Adam and Joe's extension of how life might be in the sweetly impressionable mind of a BBC 6Music film reviewer.
Adam obligingly changed this the day after he made the original to include the email option.from 23rd August 2007, BBC 6Music
(It's TwoByteFriday here on Boggins.Posterous)
I've been torn about today's soundbyte but I wandered past this lovely piece from 24th May 08, I think. It was a recap of his Song Wars entry from the previous week. This is also enjoyable because there's a big, fat Jude laugh in there.