An Illustrated Exposition Of Bristol, Dialect And Humour By The Recognized Master Of Those Arts - Geoffrey Woodruff. Artwork By – Terry Brace, Plastic Dog Graphics, Bristol. Narrator – Geoffrey Woodruff. Photography – Reece Winstone, . Track A7 is a recording of The Harry Brown, a battered old boat, which meandered up and down the River Avon until the late 1970s, and which was famously (in Bristol, at least) immortalised on a postcard with the legend, "River Avon Driftwood".
A series of concerts on Bristol's Harbourside June 26st - 30th. Have you got your tickets yet? It's promising to be an epic series of stunning concerts on Bristol's Historic Harbourside featuring headliners Bonobo, Manic Street Preachers, Craig David & FAC 51 The Hacienda! Grab yours here: ww. ristolsounds. uk See you in June! 12. Bristol we're live at Cascade Steps this afternoon, come and boogie.
Sofar Sounds Bristol. We have created a movement which brings music lovers together . Who's up for the next one?
Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy, founder of Classic Album Sundays, turns her attention to Bristol in the fifth episode of 'Sounds of a City'. She argues that 'Blue Lines' by Massive Attack is the album that sounds like Bristol. Colleen delves into how bass culture, graffiti, punk and politics are represented both in Bristol and within the grooves of 'Blue Lines'.
An artist's actions or reputation might also influence the results. Such lists are harder to compile in the form of a public poll, unlike singles or music videos, which will usually be heard or seen even by non-fans of the artist. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles (1967). Although it is often cited as one of the best albums ever recorded, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has also been cited as one of the worst.
What does Bristol Music mean to you? Using stories contributed by people from all over the city this exhibition explores the rich musical culture in Bristol. Is there one definitive ‘Bristol sound’? Are the best days of Bristol music behind us? Where in the city is the heart of musical Bristol? Go back in time to seminal nights at The Bamboo Club, Granary, Motion and more, before climbing inside our graffiti’ed 90s hatchback for some karaoke. What will be on the stereo – Bananarama or Massive Attack? You may need to stop off at Ashton Court festival for a quick rest.
In April 2007 BRISTOL SOUNDS was reborn on Radio Salaam Shalom, a unique online radio station in Bristol. Bristol Sounds was broadcast for 3 hours on a weekly Wednesday afternoon slot.
List of record labels from Bristol. The English city of Bristol has, since the mid-1970s, had a fertile music culture, resulting in not only influential musicians and bands, but also its own sound, Bristol sound or trip hop. Along with the music, a number of local record labels also developed, some receiving national and international attention, others with a smaller audience appeal
List of Bristol bands, listed by their level of fame. This Bristol musicians list includes both bands and solo artists. All famous Bristol bands are included, as well as many Bristol musicians of underground status. This list of Bristol musical artists includes information like what genre the artist falls under, what albums they've put out and more. Bands from every genre are listed here, including rock, pop, hip-hop/rap, jazz, and more. A list made up of bands like Portishead. Portishead are an English band formed in 1991 in Bristol. They are named after the nearby town of the same name, eight miles west of Bristol. Portishead consists of Geoff Barrow, Beth Gibbons,. 2. Massive Attack Hip hop music, Soundtrack, Alternative hip hop.