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Swedish television Shocks !

Started by masterbuilder, October 12, 2002, 02:47:43 am

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masterbuilder

October 12, 2002, 02:47:43 am Last Edit: October 12, 2002, 02:48:24 am by masterbuilder
  :oAs I sit here reading threads the TV suddenly makes some noises and Stakka Bo and Flesh Quartet start to play Cockney Rebels Sebastian in a blistering version and in ten minutes there will be a concert with Roxy Music from 1976 (yesyesyes EDDIE JOBSON). :o
Gothenburg Concert House, May 23rd 1979, Row 8
Berlin Eissporthalle, April 27th 1992, Floor - no seats
Stockholm Globe Arena, September 29th 2004, Section CD, Floor - Row 16
Stockholm, Globe Arena, October 27th 2007, Sect

Misfit

You're telling me!  When I was in Gothenberg last year I watched a film on TV that was about someone who worked in a cabbage processing factory and when she got married she wore a dress made out of cabbages and in the end she eventually turned in to a cabbage.  There was no dialogue, only a bizarre ambient soundtrack.  What the......

masterbuilder

QuoteYou're telling me!  When I was in Gothenberg last year I watched a film on TV that was about someone who worked in a cabbage processing factory and when she got married she wore a dress made out of cabbages and in the end she eventually turned in to a cabbage.  There was no dialogue, only a bizarre ambient soundtrack.  What the......
Sounds like ordinary Swedish TV to me ! ;DAh, really, usually it's the mainstream that rules. Before we had commercial tv in sweden there were all kinds of strange shows though and I longed for commercial tv, now when I've seen what commercial tv has to offer I long back to the good old days...
Gothenburg Concert House, May 23rd 1979, Row 8
Berlin Eissporthalle, April 27th 1992, Floor - no seats
Stockholm Globe Arena, September 29th 2004, Section CD, Floor - Row 16
Stockholm, Globe Arena, October 27th 2007, Sect

Ron

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Sounds like ordinary Swedish TV to me ! ;DAh, really, usually it's the mainstream that rules. Before we had commercial tv in sweden there were all kinds of strange shows though and I longed for commercial tv, now when I've seen what commercial tv has to offer I long back to the good old days...

Sounds a bit like the Netherlands....
Dat geluk verdwijnt voor geld


Ahoy, Ahoy, Ahoy, Ahoy, Madison Square Garden, Wembley Arena, Ahoy, Ahoy, Ahoy.

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