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"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:30 min | 9 months ago

"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

"Bonnie hoskins alarm in the virtual cupboard with mark. Pringle on just a murison bowie. Hello bonnie also in our cupboard. Today zooming in from paris is living legend. Nick kent hello make auto body and Friends that sounds like a sort of from nine hundred. Seventy one or children's television program. Yeah right to your baker frames in with pringle. We're supposed to be on the show. Nick when talking with you about the enemy. I'm delighted to be here. Good goods great excellent. I will also talk about iggy pop. We got an audio interview from nineteen seventy seven with the pop. We will may be about as well and we will. Of course be talking about your first novel neck. The unstable boys which has just been published here in the uk by constable. But let's start beginning. You are the rock journalist every fifteen year old boy. In britain in the early seventies wanted to bay and i was curious to what is just opened. I want to know what you were doing at fifteen. Was there. nick. Kent for you at the age of fifteen. What was i doing upstream. Unlock oh levels. It was nineteen sixty seven and i saw jimmy hendrix. The pink floyd with syd barrett. Who else was on that bill. The move incredible great and the nice who were also great. That was a highlight at that. He was a schoolboy fundamentally but it was the summer of love and as a result i was on. I was like you know. Benny king and i have nothing with my nose. Pressed up to the window pane looking at all. That color in the i i remember. I was living in wales at the time. I was born in north london and lived in north london till i was eight and then my parents moved up to wild for better employment. My father's side of the tv up there. And i was stuck. There was a miserable time. But when i was twelve i managed to see the rolling stones. Very early incarnation of that was a you rica moten because i actually got to meet the my spent two minutes toting brian jones and having a very nice conversation he was very nice to me unlike. What is legend would might lead you to believe. He was very friendly. Just nice to forty assault bought. Didn't in the band at one of those now legendary comes that will definitely no one ever talks about that. It was deafening. And that was part of the reason we're going in but no one ever to. Everyone talks about the stylistic. Change was going through the fact that he was playing twice the volume of any electric musician in the british isles during nine hundred. Sixty six is a brush to one side. I mean that's what people were booing because it's too fucking excuse. My language screen my so ninety six thousand nine hundred eighty seven. That was the best gig that i ever saw in my life because it was a package. It was the end of the package tour days and it was jimi hendrix headlining. When he with the experience at the end of the year that had seen him to monterey pop and prion constantly so he was right at the top of his game and the drugs hadn't started to diminish yet. He was right there. he was white halt. Then you had the pink. Floyd who that was right. This is a month before Was ousted from the group on but two or three months when he was ousted but it was a month for dave gilmore was brought in so the transition period was was beginning and he was what he was the opposite of hendrix if hendrix was wide hot paul. Sit with stone cold He didn't say he didn't play utah. He just stood there and once in a while i think he had a metal cigarette light which he moved up and down the front that was his musical contribution of the knights. This gimmick knows this thing. Roger waters evidently tell you already taken on. 'cause he did the singing and it was a roger waters sewn that set the control of the hearts of the sun that they played for like fifteen minutes. That was set but sydney the been there the nicer Famous was jumping on his sticking daggers. In it and it was it was the first step in program he was. He was actually a moment. Was like you sort of like whoo program begins here because that's the nice will first with our pro lite classical music right rolando by mozart. Thank rocket it up like you know. Just got it down to two. Who thanked it out and six. But if you'd seen them lines you would have been genuinely gulps back because the guy was like hendrix with a fucking huge hamadou organ which i mean if drugs on you can break your leg. Unlike a guitar and so the nice the band at the evening they set the bar very high but the move and hendrix could predicted the mood. Just that's one of the great on truly unheralded groups to be the move where it good go. They weren't as good as the kinks in. The davis was a better songwriter than roy. Wood the move will white better group the the kinks as a live band. When there was a five piece they were magical when that guy captured left. Something young joe boyd. Only slightly sneering referred to them as beer drinkers psychedelia. The right yeah he he got it right on the money. I mean they had more in common attitude wise with punk. They were very aggressive. That the difference between all the other guys henrik's on the same day. Henry's came across. In a token non non-aggressive way in sixties in wales as in the rest of the british isles races of who is way more overt and that night when i saw i folks shows package tools. There was a show between six o'clock and nine o'clock for the thirteen to sixteen the teenage crowd. Right the top of the pops viewers. Then there was one between nine and twelve was a separate show for the college audience. The to twenty one shea. There were no black faces in either of those old inches of the only black person in that in that whole that was hendrix so he play twin all white audience into white thirty year old schoolgirls as well at a time when racial tensions were high. So that alone about that.

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"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello, good evening you previously heard Robert Wyatt in conversation with Andy Gill in ninety-one concluding this week's rock back pages podcast. Many. Thanks to special guests to at LE- find out more about king rocker at King Rockefeller Dot Com those Bonnie hoskins and mark pringle and it was co hosted and produced by Jasper Murison Bowie there expect pages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network. You can find thousands of articles as well as hundreds of full length audio interviews, aerobics back, pages, DOT com..

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Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

"Well, the rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie I'm mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her. New York, city this is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say, produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series, ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle, and in many ways, a CO create of La Belle was an artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey. Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working. I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials. Flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc, etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say but I I was thinking that it conciliates should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One Luckily one of my really good friends Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen. Let detail who set don't have it at the moment but. A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For you sat me down and said yes, your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story short. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go and by the time we will put together. The pilots can get at I was producing it. Did I know anything about pop music for? Thing but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's it's amazing I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it. Really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent but then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to Radio Caroline talking to people, and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones who had the best hair in the will We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I. Mean did anything to see any of this? No. Fantastic. I mean also. Undid you love always love music yourself. Personally was was all be something which is always chime to you because ready steady go was fantastic. Inner suspect it really focused free. Key American black music I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. Very. Few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white exit cetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over, we could use the. and S Luckily, the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the

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"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

"Well. The rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie Mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her area in New York City. This is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I, mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle and in many ways a CO create of La. Belle. Was An artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss, Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials about like either flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say, but I, I was thinking that. Should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One. Luckily one of my really good friends, Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen let detail who set don't have it at the moment but A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For. You sat me down and said Yes your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go, and by the time we will put together the. Get. Get at I was producing it did I know anything about Pop Music Thing, but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's. It's amazing. I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent. But then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At, all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to radio, Caroline talking to people and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones, who had the best hair in the will? We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I mean did anything to see any of this? No fantastic I mean also. Undid you love love music yourself personally was was all be something which always. You. Ready steady go was fantastic inner suspect it really focused free on key American, black music. I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. That will very few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white x excetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records, and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over we could use. The and s luckily the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the show. Fantastic. We've got an into dusty spin from nine, hundred, sixty three and she talks of being when she was with the Springfield sitting on a hotel bed in Nashville and tearing deal mark for the first time and just. Falling in love with sound. Bill obviously you but also while regarded as probably one of the Great British soul citizen Tilden's hadn't. Wasn't light producing this shuttle I mean it seems marvelously chaos can a peculiar kind of way it was chaotic producing the show was there was a there was a team of us we we were all opinionated we were all demented so. It was great. I mean when I would say. What about the beach boys somebody would say ou know that's that's not for England than somebody else that God would say have you heard the you know so either we did literally by I know I, guess you know by instinct and then never was any real production and that's kind of in in retrospect. That's what worked with the show was even when the show went on the air, the cameras with these huge big old fashioned cameras we had else's in the studio adults was small compared to the cameras. Carolus like just zoomed through and you see people go okay I'll get up with what was it broadcast light was always broadcast like while Salim only in London. And then we sent the tapes of the places show I. Mean I wish I'd seen it more. I was ten, thousand, sixty six and my parents TV was in the bedroom the only room they could get reception and every now, and again as allowed to washers always lech fight by the way, there is never next five by say top of the POPs example I'm the type to the charts and I think what's fabulous ready steady go wasn't to the charts actual nope..

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"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

"And better. Know. So let me ask you what questioning delicate. You've been real generous with your time. You like this you know I I was saying to my wife before I got on the call I said. To him forever because he's he's like this ambassador I three rock and roll and you really you really do the things that you've done to to keep than music in front of people and keep. The legacy of vans alive is is is, is you know because without question? Is there anybody you see that sort of you know if you take picking up the torch and carrying that forward? I'll be glad to see you know that way. Going going some of the things that we we started doing you know which was. Taking, somebody you know Oda Artists and making records with. Alec Tom. Jones and. I think and Anyway he's done, he's done a civil and I hope keeps knowing it. That's really important to. Any combination holden young I did you know when? I started by record company. And you know, and I never got chance to really do it the way I wanted to was to collect autographs. who was still around the sixties what Sony Job as you know Richard God. Album. Times. It's almost like the basement tape thing that t-bone did with the Dylan Dylan verses. That was. Ideas it's it's a great one. Gal. Or still around. And not working, you know show telling me man what a great producer, the whole time you know very little thirty years you know and that's a shame. So many you know. I mean, maybe people get get down but You can't be combination of of the old wisdom. And the. You know the. So. Anytime that can happen I I certainly appreciate. I I I think that that's great. You're kill you still going at it and doing all this great for rock and roll history for music and You know to keeps rock and roll back in the forefront, and yet I the idea that you know that that people here in the rascals again because you is is is terrific and in in, it's a really important thing i. Really Thank you, sleep. Well thank you for this box set. This is really Been Been. Spinning. Quite a bit lately the the the New Guard Jerry Garcia Band record that had your your friend Clarence clements on I never knew that he had ever played with the band. He just he adds that King Curtis Sound to the music that's just unbelievable I didn't play and it not stop and think driving everybody here crew. which how? So they just came out last month with a concert from nineteen, eighty, nine where clarence. Played with the Jerry Garcia band. Again China. Dynamite it's like having King Curtis play with Jerry it's fantastic. I think I think I pushed the boundaries with the family here on that record somebody would use that. Money for a while you got it Steve Sampson, well, stay healthy and. Again. Take. Ob enjoyed that episode of the Gold Mine Podcasts is Pat Prints Editor and Chief of Goldmine magazine. Please go to my Mac dot com for exclusive content. And all your news about collecting and percentage off subscription price. Also go to book some in Barnes and noble to pick up the newest issue of Goldline. We'll see next time on the gold mine podcast. Hi Their pop is greetings from rocks back pages in swinging London town brought to you by the Pantheon podcast network. As Bob Dylan sang we were so much older than way younger than that now cannot possibly be true. No, but we are young at heart and we do have heaps of fun when we invite special guests, join us and discuss everything that's new and coal on rocks back pages the online library of music rising guests have included. Petchel Boy Neil tennant film director. Mary Harron ramones manager, Danny Fields Creation founder, Alan McGee, and countless stars from the world's music press. These large slice legends have looked back with US, some laws of the lost sixty years and listened to greatclips my library of audience views with everyone from Jimi Hendrix Joni Mitchell to Kate Bush cut cobain. Here's Neil tennant on the pet shop boys we had a certain amount of hostility because I be journalists. Thought. It wasn't authentic right thing. These A to climate guy. Playing the playing the industry. So please do join us every other week for now of unabashed Fan, boy celebration of Popular Music and deeply humbled opinions from your co hosts Barney Hoskyns, mark pringle and Jasper Murison Bowie real in those years with the rocks back pages podcast..

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"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"mark pringle" Discussed on Pantheon

"Mark Pringle Hi Bonnie and Jasper Murison. Bowie. Hello Bonnie joining us for this episode all the way from New York City. Is the fabulous Mary Harron Hi. Mary. Hi there how are you? Many of you listening they. We'll know Mary's name from cult movies like American psycho and I shot Andy Warhol but not all of you will know the part that Mary play in the story of New York's punk scene. So this week forty, five years of the television released the seminal little Johnny Jill we thought we'd ask you Mary all about CBGB'S PUNK magazine. Incredible downtown Neil Sane from the mid seventies, tell us how you came into music. In the first place it was a complete accident I I never intended to be music writer it was. I wanted to be a writer at that point, but it was it was all like a series of accidents I had after college I went back to Canadian. But I spent my teenage years in London went to university and I went back to to Canada for a while and I was. In Toronto Clean Instead of Nice and I was really bored and I wanted you know settling type mystery and adventure think and so I went one weekend to took the train down to New York to see my friend Michael Zilkha. Later dairy. You knew Michael from Oxford Oxford. Yeah. I Rosie skirted over the fact that you went to Oxford. And Tony Blair. No last. Full Rats at Oxford. Is that Tony Several asked me to come see his band. This is this is when we were just friends in our first or second year because they come to my band this is Yes yes. Ugly rumors and. I. Just never went and I could have been one of the very few people saw his band. So Great. Regret there something really great here because my father was a man who recruited Tony, blessed the Labor Party. So. So so he used to come around my parents place quite a lot and proven useless bronx secretary but. We have Tony Blair, and Tom. Can tell he was getting interested in politics and I thought that's nice. Yeah Nice Hobby. But anyway, after Oxford went to back to Canada for a bit and I don't know didn't. I wanted to be a writer I. had this idea of maybe I'd go to I wanted to go to South America in. Pursuit of adventure. So I went down to New York from Michael's Luca's. Birthday party at Newark. I thought was an I I've lived in new. York actually as a child, some of my childhood but. In Nineteen, seventy, five like the most fantastic place in the world it was so exciting and all the things that people didn't like about it. We're like, yes. Filthy subways it's fantastic and I just dangerous. I just thought it was so wonderful. I had this crazy remember getting very drunk and being up all night with different. People. Michael's party going from place to place and I went back to Toronto and two weeks later, all my stuff in big black garbage bags got on a train and moved to New York with no money particularly, and in those days you could get it. In the village voice, there are ads for room and board. So I was living in the Martha Washington hotel for single women, which is thirty five dollars a week. And I started moved in there for month. I interviewed for these different jobs and I chose the weirdest one which was a supposed film commune called total impact, which is on the East village on Fourteenth Street and Second Avenue then considered a hell hole now it's. French, you know big box stores and but then it was pretty it was kind of Edgy and tone impacted taken over to abandoned buildings on the corner of of Second Avenue and Fourteenth Street and they were supposedly making what sounded to me like an absolutely terrible film. Cold getting together about I. Don't know about Commune's and all kinds of stuff, and anyway I ended up running the kitchen because I didn't really want anything to do with the film and I like to Cook. So I was running their kitchen trying to decide what I was going to do it in one day a kid came in nineteen years old named Eddie McNeill legs, McNeil. And he had done some work for these guys on some other film and he said to me, we start chatting. He said, you know these people are crazy here. I said Yeah I talked that. and. When when you want to do and I, I want to be a writer and he said, well, you should meet my friend he starting magazine. And it's called punk and I thought that was so because you know this is before Peng, right? So punk was just very cheeky like punk was just like a bratty kid. You know I thought that because I thought it was going to be like some literary. Heart is in review punk. Sure I'll meet your friend. One night they came around when I was mopping the kitchen floor after serving dinner to the film Commun- and they said, we're GONNA. Go to see GP's and I was wearing legs ourselves I was wearing a long flowered dress. You know it was nineteen, seventy, five, they send you cannot wear that. To Stove Change. So I changed and we went to the rick. What did you? What did you change into? I'll just sensitive. Genes something. And we went to CBGB's to see the ramones and when we got in there, we met at the door. Roberta Bayley. Person photographer he ki and she was really nice to us and she led us in for free which was huge. and. I think one of the reason why they invite me on as I had a tape recorder and says, well, you've done interviews you know maybe you can help us do. We got in there was supposed to see the ramones which we did, which was amazing and like I'd never seen anything like it. But also when we arrived, they said, Lou Reed is here. and. I did not know very much about music but I did know the velvet underground I really liked them and so I was like super excited about this and we we sat down in this blast saying other amounts I mean you know seventy five this blast of San incredibly loud and and it was just and the set was over fifteen minutes. I think maybe they had a fight on stage I think like said they did. You know probably you know Johnny Glowering and It was just like, whoa this was just almost like an art event. It was so crazy and intense, but also real his you're in. You're in the bowery and things were very real and then afterwards, legs and job-site they were just asked to stay at interview him. And so I was flew in a very awe but they were just like brazen and very bratty and when did that and So. At some point that injury happen that interview started in the club and then Lou Reed Conrad invited us to tag along to a to a restaurant after. But in the meantime they said Oh we're busy with Liu. So can you go interview the Ramones?.

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