Television Appearances

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Television Appearances

Postby Neil83 » Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:33 pm

Television Appearances
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December 1988

(ITV Wacaday) LWT Studios, London, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Barry Sutton (guitar) & Chris Sharrock (drums)

Set:
■ [U] There She Goes [lip-synched]

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>DVDR(?)

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January 1989

(ITV Night Network) LWT Studios, London, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Barry Sutton (guitar) & Chris Sharrock (drums)

Set:
■ [U] Son Of A Gun
■ [U] There She Goes

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>DVDR(?)

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02 February, 1989

(BBC 2 The Late Show) BBC Television Centre, London, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Barry Sutton (guitar) & Chris Sharrock (drums)

Set:
■ [U] That'll Be The Day [Buddy Holly cover]

Sources: Circulating in TV>BETA(1)>VHS(1)>MPG

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08 November, 1990

(BBC 1 Top Of The Pops) BBC Television Centre, London, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Peter 'Cammy' Cammel (guitar) & Neil Mavers (drums)

Set:
■ [U] There She Goes [lip-synched]

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>DVDR(?)

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November 1990

(Channel 4 The Word) Channel 4 Studios, London, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Peter 'Cammy' Cammel (guitar) & Neil Mavers (drums)

Set:
■ [U] There She Goes

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>DVDR(?)

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November 1990

(ITV Granada Reports) Albert Dock, Liverpool, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Peter 'Cammy' Cammel (guitar) & Neil Mavers (drums)

Set:
■ [U] There She Goes

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>MPG

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February 1991

(ITV The James Whale Radio Show) Yorkshire Television Centre, Leeds, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Peter 'Cammy' Cammel (guitar) & Neil Mavers (drums)

Set:
■ [U] Feelin'
■ [U] Timeless Melody

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>MPG

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February 1991

(ITV Motor Mouth) Television South Studios, London, UK

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Peter 'Cammy' Cammel (guitar) & Neil Mavers (drums)

Set:
■ [U] Feelin' [lip-synched]
■ [U] There She Goes [lip-synched]

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>MPG

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April 1991

(N3) Norddeutscher Rundfunk Studios, Hamburg, DE

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals), John Power (bass), Barry Sutton (guitar) & Neil Mavers (drums)

Set:
■ [U] Feelin' [lip-synched]

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>DVDR(?)

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02 July, 1991

(Much Music) Much Music Studios, Toronto, ON, CA

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals) & John Power (guitar)

Set:
■ [U] Timeless Melody

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>MPG

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04 October, 1991

(NBC Late Night With David Letterman) NBC Studios, New York, NY, US

Band Members: Lee Mavers (guitar, vocals) & John Power (bass)

Set:
■ [U] There She Goes

Sources: Circulating in TV>VID(?)>MPG

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Great.

Postby Syl » Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:56 pm

Nice work Neil, as usual.
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Postby Rod Cow » Thu Jan 12, 2006 6:51 am

Yeh,Neil

Looks spot on with the info we have gathered so far.Good on ya for taking the facts and making your chronologies which are always an excellent reference point.

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Come on all you independant record labels,try licensing all the unreleased stuff from the old Go! vaults,tap Lee for some of his dictaphone and own-studio recordings,take suggestions and donated tapes from ex-band members(The Stable Tapes,Sharrock/Sutton rehearsals)the fans and friends of the La's and stick the fucking lot in a box set and release it before I die.
We want EVERYTHING you've got.

And employ Neil,here,to do the detailed track analysis for the book.

We are talking The La's-ANTHOLOGY (1987-2005)[Volumes 1-50].
And none of that Mike Badger era stuff,neither!!!!!!!
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Postby I_am_the_key_la » Thu Jan 12, 2006 11:35 pm

Well, I'd probably buy it :P
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Postby lasersafari » Fri Jan 13, 2006 11:54 am

Do you think that Glasto and T in the park should be added from last year guys?
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Postby Neil83 » Fri Jan 13, 2006 1:08 pm

lasersafari wrote:Do you think that Glasto and T in the park should be added from last year guys?


Possibly, but you have to draw the line somewhere. I decided to include just the TV appearences were they performed something rather than gigs that happened to be filmed or all the various other clips and interviews like Rapido, Tele5, MTV 120 Minutes etc...
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Postby lasersafari » Fri Jan 13, 2006 1:22 pm

cool neil - makes sense. Great stuff! :)
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Postby Anonymous » Thu Mar 30, 2006 5:34 pm

Great stuff,Neil.......Thanks for the info...... :D
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Postby Neil83 » Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:17 pm

ROB DUDDA wrote:Great stuff,Neil.......Thanks for the info...... :D


Ta very much.

I'm planning to update all the lists at some point but it'll probably be a while yet...
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Postby Anonymous » Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:47 pm

I think i have all those performances.....The Night Network showing is CLASS.
But theyre all good.......Yer can,t beat The La's,like........ :D
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Postby I_am_the_key_la » Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:48 pm

How about a list of Mavers sightings then? Tesco, doing the school run? Think of the possibilities :lol:
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Postby Kev » Sun Oct 08, 2006 11:57 pm

What about that Rock & Goal Years clip at the Albert Dock, should it be added to the televison appearances?
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Postby Neil83 » Mon Oct 09, 2006 9:31 am

kev1234 wrote:What about that Rock & Goal Years clip at the Albert Dock, should it be added to the televison appearances?


Hmm...Good point Kev. But what program was it on originally though? Anyone know?
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Postby Kev » Mon Oct 09, 2006 10:01 am

Bigyawn said it was for Granada Reports.
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Postby kopite » Mon Oct 09, 2006 11:49 am

it was granada reports they used to have a local band playing live at the end of the show
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