Wednesday 26 September 2012

Rappin', Joe Strummer Stylie #AdamAndJoe

Adam and Joe played Magnificent Seven by The Clash


and Adam filled the next link with this:

From 23rd May 2009

Tuesday 25 September 2012

Monday 24 September 2012

Bobbo Dylan's Lozenge Lament #AdamAndJoe

With pop-up Dylan shops all over the, it can't be a bad time to listen to what I believe might be Adam's first venture into the world of throaty throttles. More noise like this is available here and reviewed here. From 23rd May 2009

Sunday 23 September 2012

Memory Bipp: Adam Buxton on Will Smith's Tao of Bergerac. #AdamBuxton

Every time I watch a new episode of The Thick of It, featuring Will Smith in the acting and writing chair (pehaps even directing?), I am reminded of his nutty Nettles fandom and Adam's contribution therein.

This is no doubt the springboard which enabled Will to buy his golden palace and take holidays on a private planet. This show is from August 2007 when things were better.

You do have to register to access this file but it's free & sometimes a bit useful. If you find you're utterly hooked on this delicious nonsense, you can buy the full series from the BBC (via Amazon).

......perhaps Will might fancy joining Adam for his new 6 Music show. I mean, he's tall, silly sexy, handsome and clever. I'm sure he could launch the odd torpedo if pressed. We'd hardly know the difference........

Sunday 16 September 2012

Adam & Joe retain their 'secret' status in new comedyquiz #AdamBuxton #JoeCornish

Last night saw the first outing for Channel 4's new comedy quiz Comedy World Cup.
Now, a precedent has been set for Adam and Joe references in these tea-time quiz shows (see way below) and thankfully, their run of enduring forgettableness remains uninterupted thanks to a cashier at lunch in Jason Manford's memory bank.

Of course, this instance has the stench of double amusement when we realise than in a few hours' time, we'll be watching the product of Mr Manford's recent meeting with Mr Buxton in Big Fat Quiz of the 80's. Thank goodness that was recorded last week.

To take it one meta-step further, Joe Cornish was of course, a co-writer on the referenced version of Tintin, not featuring "Matt Lucas and um" as the twins.

Ann Robinson's Weakest Link
Terry Wogan's Quiz thing