The Queen's Jubilee

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  1. Anthony Moore

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    Good show, but what the hell was Ricky Martin doing there?
     
  2. Chuck L

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    Okay...I know that this one can get me into trouble...so please forgive me...but I know that I am not the only one...I thought that the Queen had passed away? Was this program, which we didn't watch, taped some time ago or what?

    You have to understand, I don't watch the news but maybe twice a month in a very short period...current events can be spotty for me.
     
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  4. Chuck L

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    Thanks Brian for the tips on both things...

    Just wondered how it could be the same queen...didn't think that it was, but hell these days you never know...could have been CGI?:b
     
  5. AndyDL

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    I thought the show was very mediocre, IMO.
    All the bands that were on were so old.. they didn't sound right.
    Highlights of the show:
    * Eric Clapton
    * Sharon Osbourne hosting [​IMG]
     
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    I couldn't figure out some of the logic in the choice of bands. If it was to be a celebration of 50 years of music, then we should have had all types on. However, it seemed to lean heavily towards groups and artists of the 60s and early 70s. And what was Brian Wilson doing there? And why was he given such a long set? His voice could not these days be termed exactly brilliant, could it?
     
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    I read a newspaper report this morning stating the BBC announced that the musical performances will be available on CD later this month. A video will follow later. Proceeds from the sale of the CD are said to go to Queens Jubilee Trust charity.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/ent...00/2034735.stm
     

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