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Later ... With Jools Holland: 30 Years of Music, Magic and Mayhem

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From Stormzy to Björk, from Smokey Robinson to Norah Jones, from Britpop to trip hop, here is the word on how Later… began, evolved and has endured, accompanied by exclusive interviews with some of the show's regular stars as well as the unique pictorial record of Andre Csillag who photographed the show for over 20 years. It was Mark who had to explain to Jay-Z why he couldn’t just do his numbers and split, who told Seasick Steve why he had to play ‘Dog House Boogie’ on the Hootenanny and persuaded Johnny Cash that he simply had to come in, even when The Man in Black wasn’t feeling well. Part of what has made the show so special is the format – all those bands, singers, stars and newbies brought together to listen as well as to perform in Jools’ circle of dreams. From Stormzy to Bjoerk, from Smokey Robinson to Norah Jones, from Britpop to trip hop, here is the word on how Later began, evolved and has endured, accompanied by exclusive interviews with some of the shows regular stars as well as the unique pictorial record of Andre Csillag who photographed the show for over 20 years.

The idea then occurred to him that perhaps it would make sense to put all these different styles of performance in one room and film them. began, evolved and has endured, accompanied by exclusive interviews with some of the show's regular stars as well as the unique pictorial record of Andre Csillag who photographed the show for over 20 years. d. Lang, Richard Thompson, Nick Cave, Ed Sheeran, Jack White and Dave Grohl) - and some great photos over the years. The director Janet Fraser Cook’s decision was to bring the lights way down, screening out the audience and fellow artists, and concentrating on the performances. It takes us behind the screen from the beginnings of Later… as a segment in BBC Two’s arts and media showcase The Late Show, to its latest incarnation, which is recorded in its new home at Alexandra Palace.During lockdown, the show abandoned its traditional format in which musicians gather in the same studio in front of an audience and became a more intimate affair in which Holland interviewed a single guest and drew on Later’s considerable archive. but this is an interesting look at it's history and evolution, and the technical challenges of putting it together. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.

To access you ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose. This first-hand account of the BBC's Later… with Jools Holland takes you behind the scenes of one of the world's great musical meeting places. These include a touching account of the late Amy Winehouse and her extraordinary musical talent, plus a young man who appeared to have wandered in off the street named Ed Sheeran. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Later’s New Year’s Eve spin-off show, Hootenanny, back this year as a big-ticket item for the first time since 2019, came together, like its progenitor, as much by opportunity as by design.That and seeing him and Dave sat next to each other in the photo of the 25th anniversary line-up, with Taylor looking a bit like he's sitting for a school photo, hands neatly on his knees, even as he's distracted, looking off to the side.

The book is full of the many artists who have appeared on the show, including those at the very start of their career and others who are living legends. They loved the way they looked, the way they sounded and the mixture of musicians they were on with. But there's always been plenty of mayhem alongside the magic of convening a room full of musicians hosted by one of their own.I am in my sixties and being British, I never saw these dvds -or videos as they used to be -because they were not screened in the UK . with Jools Hollandpulls back the curtain on classic performances to reveal that the show is just as magical, if even more chaotic, than you imagined. Blige and David Bowie found a regular welcome, alongside the next generation of superstars including Adele, Ed Sheeran and Amy Winehouse. Across three decades on BBC Two, and more recently on iPlayer as well, it has, of course evolved – changing studios, running times, transmission time and, for a while, was even broadcast live.

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