Seven Ages of Rock - Episode 7

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DavidA ®

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Post 27-Jul-2007 19:43

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A great BBC documentary with good chunk on The Smiths. Sourced from the good folks at UKNova.
Episode 7 - What the World is Waiting For (Indie 1980-2007)
The journey through the Seven Ages of Rock climaxes with a 90-minute special on British indie music, currently still the most dominant thread in rock. But back in the 1980s, indie was regarded as music made by misfits and outsiders for an audience seeking refuge from the bright and shiny processed pop then dominating the charts. Tonight's film travels a long musical trail from The Smiths' first appearance on Top Of The Pops in 1983 to Oasis's massive shows at Knebworth in 1996, via The Stone Roses and the Madchester music scene.
With revealing interviews and rarely seen archive this is the story of what happened when British music's best kept secret was discovered by mainstream audiences. The journey ends right up to date with the 'roots' re-invention of indie recently spearheaded by bands like The Libertines, Franz Ferdinand and Arctic Monkeys.
=== File Information ===
File Name: Seven Ages of Rock - Episode 7 - What the World is Waiting For.avi
Duration: 01:29:16 (133,908 fr)
File Size: 1,049 MB (or 1,074,984 KB or 1,100,783,616 bytes)
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Post 27-Jul-2007 22:10 (after 2 hours 26 minutes)

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Thank you!
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Post 05-Oct-2007 15:44 (after 2 months 8 days)

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Thank you very much!
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Post 03-Apr-2008 10:32 (after 5 months 28 days)

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I've downloaded a version which is 2,26 GB big. But beacause of the fact I haven't donwloaded the 1,03 GB version I don't know what the differences are.
Does anybody know the difference (perhaps the quality?), or should i just upload the torrent?
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Post 17-Apr-2012 15:46 (after 4 years)

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i really like this documentary video. its very interesting and very informative. i think it should be more documentary videos on Tv. Anyway that's really interesting.
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Post 17-Apr-2012 16:52 (after 1 hour 6 minutes)

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Let me know if you want the others in the same series and I'll point you in the right direction.
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