OK, so this is it – the FINAL installment of our Live Aid series. And we’re all Phil Collinsed out:
Fuck it, let’s all get on the stage…
….and hold aloft our humble, unassuming saviour:
Anyway, here, as ever, are our efforts. Endure:
[Download here: Live Aid (part four)]
Welcome to part three of the Live Aid Special. Do YOU have your boarding pass?:
Yeah, there’s gonna be plenty more of him unfortunately.
Here’s a picture of Not Robert Palmer:
Q: What do you get if you cross a ginger mullet, an inability to sing in tune and minimal guitaring ability?
Anyway, here is the podcast – don’t forget to right-click and “save as” and all that shit:
[Download here: Live Aid (part three)]
Or you can get it here…
So, this is the second of our four-part Live Aid opus. We’ve literally flown across the Atlantic on the same day by Concorde to bring you this epi…..yes, we KNOW there’s no such thing as Concorde anymore…
Why are we doing this? Because we’re MAD, that’s why:
We was in England this afternoon…..funny old world, innit?
[Download here (right-click, “save as”, you know the drill): Live Aid (part two)]
You know how in the last episode we had this impetuous idea of “hey, let’s do a Live Aid special, where are they now?” kind of thing? Well, we’ve only gone and bloody done it. To such an extent that we’ve spent days watching every bit of footage we could lay our hands on, and consequently wading our way through endless hairstyles like this:
Then, when we could hardly take any more, we started recording the Live Aid Special last Sunday morning/afternoon, only to realise 5 hours in that we were probably going to have to split this thing into TWO separate episodes, as we’d only got halfway through the entire bill. Then, during editing, I realised we’d then have to split the first of the two episodes into two AGAIN, meaning, overall you’re gonna get FOUR of these fuckers. So, take your seats next to Sir Bob, pretend it’s July 13th 1985 and endure the glory of mid-80s contemporary music as if you were there yourselves…
[Download here: Live Aid (part one)]
In Episode Thirteen we spray ourselves more or less directly into the armpit of the British institution of dogging, via a Channel 4 documentary from 2013 entitled “Dogging Tales”, a programme I’d been meaning to watch when it came out, and, unsurprisingly, a show Good Teeth had never seen before.
[Dogging’s answer to Adam & Jane]
So climb aboard our dogging truck/lorry, grab a blanket and a hot flask….and don’t forget to wear your animal mask as we career off the beaten track, via a remote service station into a public layby at around 3am. Or something…
[Download here: Episode Thirteen – Dogging Tales]