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31 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:09

Angry Dad

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boltonbonce wrote:Not really AD. Ronnie Hilton was the business.
Theme tune to Van Der Valk if I remember.

32 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:18

Angry Dad

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boltonbonce wrote:What was he advertising? Cuprinol?
No he opened it, I guess the manager lost his key. He was certainly getting some old lady attention never seen anything like it. I think the leaflets were a discount off something Dentufix maybe.He looked a bit tasty like he could handle himself if the old girls got too frisky like.

33 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:19

boltonbonce

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This was VDV. Shame he drove past the river when the Incontinence Society's swimming gala was taking place.

34 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:33

Angry Dad

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boltonbonce wrote:This was VDV. Shame he drove past the river when the Incontinence Society's swimming gala was taking 
Always though he'd have made a decent Jack Regan had John Thaw turned it down not as good mind.

35 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:37

boltonbonce

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Good call. That set me to thinking about other parts that could have been played by someone else.

For instance,the part of Capt. Mainwaring in Dad's army,was very nearly played by Harry Secombe.

36 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:43

Angry Dad

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boltonbonce wrote:Good call. That set me to thinking about other parts that could have been played by someone else.

For instance,the part of Capt. Mainwaring in Dad's army,was very nearly played by Harry Secombe.
And they originally wanted Arthur Lowe to play Wilson and Le messurier to play mainwaring.

37 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:45

Angry Dad

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How did this get from Sgt Peppers ??

38 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 16:53

boltonbonce

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It's typical Nuts.  Stand by for a slipper update.

39 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 18:26

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The album itself is a tad overrated but the influence of it and the Beatles themselves is not. When that came out people were listening to Herman Hermits, Freddie and the Dreamers etc......basically Labor club acts only famous because of the 60's scene etc.

You would have a job on to name another album to this day that has such a wide range of different types of songs...instruments, arrangements......certainly nowt as influential. IMO

40 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 20:24

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gloswhite wrote:Dont forget The Archies as well  Very Happy
Vastly overrated, Hilda Woodward and her band hit the spot though. Mouldy old crow!

41 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 20:26

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terenceanne wrote:The album itself is a tad overrated but the influence of it and the Beatles themselves is not. When that came out people were listening to Herman Hermits, Freddie and the Dreamers etc......basically Labor club acts only famous because of the 60's scene etc.

You would have a job on to name another album to this day that has such a wide range of different types of songs...instruments, arrangements......certainly nowt as influential. IMO
How about We're Only In It For The Money? Very Happy
Hey punk where you going with that flower in your hand?

42 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Tue Jun 06 2017, 20:40

terenceanne

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Soul Kitchen wrote:
terenceanne wrote:The album itself is a tad overrated but the influence of it and the Beatles themselves is not. When that came out people were listening to Herman Hermits, Freddie and the Dreamers etc......basically Labor club acts only famous because of the 60's scene etc.

You would have a job on to name another album to this day that has such a wide range of different types of songs...instruments, arrangements......certainly nowt as influential. IMO
How about We're Only In It For The Money? Very Happy
Hey punk where you going with that flower in your hand?

I'd wager 99% of people reading this have never heard of those records ..... influential.....a tad at best.  Chances are those records would never have been made at all if not for Sgt Pepper...... 
You'd be better off naming Ziggy Stardust or Early Roxy Music ....Clash ....

43 Re: Sgt. Pepper...Overrated bollocks? on Wed Jun 07 2017, 06:04

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terenceanne wrote:
Soul Kitchen wrote:
terenceanne wrote:The album itself is a tad overrated but the influence of it and the Beatles themselves is not. When that came out people were listening to Herman Hermits, Freddie and the Dreamers etc......basically Labor club acts only famous because of the 60's scene etc.

You would have a job on to name another album to this day that has such a wide range of different types of songs...instruments, arrangements......certainly nowt as influential. IMO
How about We're Only In It For The Money? Very Happy
Hey punk where you going with that flower in your hand?

I'd wager 99% of people reading this have never heard of those records ..... influential.....a tad at best.  Chances are those records would never have been made at all if not for Sgt Pepper...... 
You'd be better off naming Ziggy Stardust or Early Roxy Music ....Clash ....
That album was a piss take on SP so in that you are correct,  it wouldn't have been made!
Quite a few on here will know it.
Of the ones you name Ziggy is one of my all time faves and a much better listen than out done by the Fabs.

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