Started by Mobbd, October 31, 2023, 11:42:17 AM
Quote from: Small Man Big Horse on October 31, 2023, 04:24:17 PMBlimey, I'm surprised he's left them up there for so long, I mean I guess he must be aware of them. Eh, either way, there's some other bootlegs from the 90's here: http://www.fistoffun.net/downloads.php
Quote from: jsgibble on October 31, 2023, 05:00:53 PMrecently found a bootleg of this charity night he hosted from 2004https://mab.to/t/eTfQfd2hVDr/eu1https://www.uktw.co.uk/archive/London/BAC/Comedy/Battersea-Sausage-Night/L1948860007/
Quote from: Jackson K Pollock on October 31, 2023, 06:15:00 PM...Paul Putner also did a set as a desperate American stand-up whose references became increasingly esoteric. Would love to see that again, though can't remember the name of the character sadly.
Quote from: Jackson K Pollock on October 31, 2023, 06:15:00 PMKevin Eldon performed as Paul Hamilton (the poet's tree character, pre-Radio 4 series), and Paul Putner also did a set as a desperate American stand-up whose references became increasingly esoteric. Would love to see that again, though can't remember the name of the character sadly.
Quote from: Barry Admin on October 31, 2023, 07:07:41 PMFrankie Tan, there's another performance on YouTube too. Did not read properly.
Quote from: Small Man Big Horse on October 31, 2023, 04:24:17 PMBlimey, I'm surprised he's left them up there for so long, I mean I guess he must be aware of them.
Quote from: Mobbd on November 01, 2023, 03:39:22 PMAs a music fan he probably values bootlegs; getting to hear lost/cut material and rare differences in live versions etc. He'd yum those up as a Fall fan so he probably has sympathy with his fans when it comes to this.
Quote from: Idle on November 01, 2023, 10:12:42 PMDo any of you know about a set were he went on about hating emigrants and massive prawns? My dad saw it live ages ago and brings it up often, so I've been trying to find it.
Quote from: Barry Admin on November 01, 2023, 03:50:11 PMHe's not actually that keen, if memory serves. Could be wrong, but I do seem to recall him asking me to remove boots from here some years ago. Some live comedians feel very compromised by everything being recorded and distributed, as it breaks the bond of trust between the performer and the audience, and opens them up to their material being received in a different way. In other words, what works in the context of a long stand-up set may come across very differently when made into a short clip that's circulated with a clickbaity title on Twitter. Some embryonic bits are also utterly fascinating to us, but embarrassing to the performer; doesn't matter how much of a music fan you are, you don't necessarily want an audience to hear things that you don't think worked, or which you later refined. And of course, performers are trying to make a living, so wide circulation of boots can make it harder for them to do that.
Quote from: Cold Meat Platter on November 01, 2023, 10:16:43 PMStewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle Series 2 episode 5 "Identity"
Quote from: Mobbd on November 07, 2023, 03:23:10 PMNot a bootleg but did anyone archive his recent Radio 4 documentary about the Birmingham Surrealists? It was very good and is now gone from the iPlayer.This is what I'm on about:https://www.stewartlee.co.uk/radio_appearances/the-balsall-heath-bohemians/Doesn't seem to be on YouTube or Soundcloud. I want it!
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