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Robin Trower 'Bridge Of Sighs' on The Old Grey Whistle Test 1974
Old Grey Whistle Test revival sparks new BBC sexism row
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More info here. Rex, the virtuoso derring-do of Frank Zappa, the propulsive stomp of Slade, and the bubblegum dynamics of Sweet—not to mention what Sparks themselves had already brought to the drawing board. Kimono My House , though, is the album where Sparks put all the aforementioned influences together and, bolstered by their own combustive genius, charged forward—and, even now, have just kept going. Here is the very record where Sparks became Sparks. In the 21 st century, however, Sparks has had no greater champion than U. Just imagine young Stephen Patrick M. Regardless, as with Jack White and Jimi Hendrix, England embraced Sparks straightaway while their fellow countrymen have taken the better part of five decades to catch up.
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It was meant to be a glorious celebration of one of the most loved television rock shows of all time. This was turned down. For 5 yrs as solo anchor I brought in punk, new wave and electronic acts who wished not 2 appear with prev prsenter [sic]. Harris, 71, hosted the live marathon, which marked 30 years since the series ended on BBC2. I think there was sexism there.
Famous producer Todd Rundgren helped land the group a contract with Bearsville Records and produced their self-titled debut Sparks recorded a second Lp "A Woofer in Tweeter's Clothings" one year later. But both albums sold poorly. The record label thought Sparks had more of a British sensibility and maybe something could be generated with the band in the UK. So Sparks attempted their first European Tour in Sparks took England as the temporary headquarters. Initially they were holed up in Beckenham, Kent but they got tired of catching the Bob Harris host described them as a cross between Frank Zappa and the Monkees and the worst thing he'd ever seen.