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George Michael 'Freedom' DocuFilm on C4 tonight

Discussion in 'music' started by ToTo Man, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. Colonel_Mad

    Colonel_Mad pfm Member

    We accidentally stumbled across his house a couple of weeks ago whilst walking in Highgate. Walking down the road you could see the piles of tributes on the grass across from the house from 100s of metres away. Still there 10 months on.

    As we approached we were wracking our brains as to what the piles of flowers, flags, posters etc was. Neither of us guessed until we were right next to it.

    Victoria Wood lived a few houses away too. Not exactly a fun year for that neighbourhood.
  2. Warszawa

    Warszawa pfm Member

    I stumbled across this whilst channel surfing and watched about 10 minutes, mainly for the Gyro. The documentary seemed more like a discography with a bit of gushing from twats like James Corden.
  3. lennyw

    lennyw Still throwing Eephus pitches

    Somewhat ironic that it's made by Sony, and it'll be Sony who mainly profit from the upsurge in sales for LWPv1 which is the main album featured.
  4. scottcarpenter

    scottcarpenter pfm Member

    Interesting doc but not terribly revealing or profound.

    I am a massive fan of his music, especially his live performances. I saw him 5 times and he was breathtakingly good every single time.

    I have always been saddened that he was so unprolific and in relative terms produced so little over the duration of his career.

    A tortured soul in many ways which usually means the writing of many more songs!

    His death was deeply sad to me but not a huge surprise.

    RIP George.

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