9 thoughts on “ Interview Footage With John Peel - The Undertones - The Story Of The Undertones: Teenage Kicks (DVD)

  1. Jun 13,  · The first few minutes of Teenage Kicks is as much an account of the unbridled influence of John Peel on the British music industry as the story of The Undertones themselves. The mythological tale, destined to be quoted in pop music almanacs for forever, of how Peel discovered the band dominates the early parts of the feature/5(8).
  2. To mark the anniversary, Salvo Records release the beautifully put together "An Introduction to The Undertones" (out 3rd June) - a 22 track CD featuring all with a 2 hour DVD featuring Teenage Kicks: The Story Of The Undertones in which the late John Peel makes a pilgrimage to meet the band in their hometown of Derry, live footage from ’s Northern Irish Shell Shock Rock documentary and.
  3. The Undertones are a rock band formed in Derry, Northern Ireland in From to , the Undertones consisted of Feargal Sharkey (vocals), John O'Neill (rhythm guitar, vocals), Damian O'Neill (lead guitar, vocals), Michael Bradley (bass, vocals) and Billy Doherty (drums). Much of the earlier Undertones material drew influence from punk rock and new wave; the Undertones also .
  4. The Undertones Teenage Kicks - The Story Of The Undertones Kritik von Daniel Straub. John Peel stellt seine Lieblingsband vor. (0 Kommentare).
  5. John Robert Parker Ravenscroft OBE (30 August – 25 October ), known professionally as John Peel, was an English disc jockey, radio presenter, record producer and mezibarkegularasida.xyzinfo was the longest serving of the original BBC Radio 1 DJs, broadcasting regularly from until his death in He was one of the first broadcasters to play psychedelic rock and progressive rock records on.
  6. Add Video Add Image The Undertones are a punk rock/new wave band formed in Derry, Northern Ireland, in From to , the Undertones consisted of Feargal Sharkey (vocals), John O'Neill (rhythm guitar, vocals), Damian O'Neill (lead guitar, vocals), Michael Bradley (bass, vocals) and Billy Doherty (drums). Much of the earlier Undertones material drew influence from punk rock and .
  7. – John Peel: Interview Footage With John Peel: 2 – The London Punkharmonic Orchestra: Teenage Kicks: 3 – The Undertones: Teenage Kicks: 4 – The Undertones: When Saturday Comes: 5 – The Undertones: Casbah Rock: 6 – The Undertones: Got To Have You Back: 7 – The Undertones: Fairly In The Money Now: 8 – The Undertones: Billy's Third.
  8. Eventually they simply grew apart and stopped having fun - and fun, especially live on stage, was always the biggest part of what made the Undertones the classic band they were from 75 to The BBC radio dj John Peel narrates the film excellently, and closes by talking about the single he wishes to have played at his funeral, "Teenage Kicks".
  9. Interview Footage With John Peel: 2: Teenage Kicks - The London Punkharmonic Orchestra: 3: Teenage Kicks - The Undertones: 4: When Saturday Comes - The Undertones: 5: Casbah Rock - The Undertones: 6: Got To Have You Back - The Undertones: 7: Fairly In The Money Now - The Undertones: 8: Billy's Third - The Undertones: 9: Get Over You - The.

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