Television Personalities - BBC Sessions 1980+1986 download album
- Album: BBC Sessions 1980+1986
- FLAC: 1485 mb | MP3: 1590 mb
- Released: 1988
- Style: Indie Pop, Post-Punk
- Rating: 4.3/5
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The complete and only session recorded by the Television Personalities on 20 August 1980 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 1 September 1980.
The complete and only session recorded by the Television Personalities on 20 August 1980 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 1. Th. .
1980+1986 BBC Sessions tape from the dodgy tape stands at the Camden Market way back in the late 80's/early 90's.
Complete Album stats. Last updated: 24 Jun 2019, 03:20 Etc/UTC. Television Personalities. Television Personalities Exxcess, Berlin - Oct 16, 1980 Oct 16 1980. Television Personalities Britannia Rowing Club, Nottingham - Apr 14, 1981 Apr 14 1981.
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The BBC artist page for Television Personalities. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Television Personalities interviews. The Television Personalities are an English post-punk band formed in 1977 by London singer-songwriter Dan Treacy. Their varied, volatile and long career encompasses post punk, neo-psychedelia and indie pop; the only constant being Treacy's deadpan lyrics and deliberately amateurish musical style. Despite their relatively minor commercial success (their third album was sardonically titled They Could Have Been Bigger than the Beatles), the Television Personalities are highly regarded by critics and have been widely influential, especially on the C86 generation, on many of the bands signed to Creation Records in the 1990s, and on American artists such as Pavement and MGMT.
Television Personalities - part of a seemingly endless flood of bands heading in the post-Punk direction. This session, recorded in September of 1980 for John Peel at the BBC, catches them during the formative years of Television Personalities, and with the original lineup. Have a listen and familiarize yourself if you don’t know them - they are part of history, after all. Like this
|Peel Session 1980/08|
|2||Picture Of Dorian Gray|
|3||Le Grande Illusion|
|4||Look Back In Anger|
|Andy Kershaw Session 1986/02/27|
|5||Paradise Is For The Blessed|
|6||My Conscience Tells Me No|
|7||Salvador Dali's Garden Party|
|8||I Still Believe In Magic|