Martin Molloy Live at Melbourne Town Hall

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by baudrillard » Sun Jun 05, 2011 4:37 pm

Well you can listen to them now!

Just posted this special live episode in the Martin-Molloy thread.

Martin Molloy Live At Melbourne Town Hall

by foolhardycousingeorge » Mon May 23, 2011 6:02 pm

Super Dave wrote:Hello All,

Sorry to dredge up a long unused thread everyone, but I was wondering if the above mentioned photo was ever posted anywhere here? You see, I would be very interested to see it as there is a small chance that I may actually be in it - I was one of the audience members at the live show that was called up to do a comedy heckle on stage for Radio Gladiators during the broadcast. It's still my only brush with Tony, and if there was visual evidence of that in existence, man that'd be a treat.

Super Dave,

I still have the photo, which I haven't posted anywhere else yet.

I do remember the heckling challenge for Radio Gladiators, since I was not game enough to get up to take part, but no one else from my table was either.

I could scan the picture and post it on The Late Show Facebook group?

Do you remember what your heckle was? From memory, they were all pretty loud.

by baudrillard » Sat May 21, 2011 2:02 am

Super Dave wrote:Hello All,

Sorry to dredge up a long unused thread everyone, but I was wondering if the above mentioned photo was ever posted anywhere here? You see, I would be very interested to see it as there is a small chance that I may actually be in it - I was one of the audience members at the live show that was called up to do a comedy heckle on stage for Radio Gladiators during the broadcast. It's still my only brush with Tony, and if there was visual evidence of that in existence, man that'd be a treat.
I can't help with the photo, but the heckling is just about to begin!! :-D

by baudrillard » Sat May 21, 2011 1:58 am

foolhardycousingeorge wrote:One of the things I remember from that live broadcast at Melbourne Town Hall is how often Mick and Tony told us (the audience) that they did not like most of the music that they had to play on Martin Molloy.

After the Scared Weird Little Guys had finished, Mick and Tony asked (enthusiastically), "what did you think of the Scared Weird Little Guys?", prompting us to applaud.

The audience response was maybe a little subdued.

Tony replied, 'Well, we can always play a Sophie B. Hawkins song again."
Here's some sizzle for you!

It's been a long time coming... but I'm just listening to the luke-warm reception The Scared Weird Little Guys received when the audience is asked if they want to hear another song by them. Should be up in a day or two.

Very, very strange to hear the show with a live audience!

by Big Props » Fri May 14, 2010 1:15 am

I'm off to see it tomorrow - Don't tell me.............?

by stupidmeatball » Fri May 14, 2010 12:46 am

I can imagine it would save a good deal of cash too.
Did you walk out of Hot Tub Time Machine?

by Big Props » Fri May 14, 2010 12:37 am

stupidmeatball wrote:Jesse's Girl get done to death by every pub band. .

ARRRGGGGHHHHHH !!!!

Don't remind me of that song !!!

I'd almost had it erased form my memory - Well, replaced by the Irish equivilent - Galway Girl - Which is also played 2 or 3 times a night in every Irish Pub.

I got so sick of Jessies Girl that i eventually enforced a rule, that everytime a band (or DJ) played that song, i would leave the pub! - Not a very social rule, but very good for my mental health.

Quite often wouldn't finish my first drink before leaving.

I urge you all to consider this rule! It's very rewarding!

by baudrillard » Thu May 13, 2010 11:44 pm

I really, really am on the verge of a nervous breakdown at the moment to be frank. Does that excuse me for the time being?? I don't even have time to see my friends anymore. I'm going to go part time in second semester, and then I'll be able to start digitising them again, but at the moment I do not sleep at night because I have to study through the night and if I'm lucky collapse for a couple of hours in the middle of the day. I take painkillers all the time and last week I thought my cat had a form of cancer. You'll get what you want 13, just let me try and live the pitiful existence I have of a life trying to figure out what I'm going to do with my wasted life at the age of 35, and give me the time to get it done, so that I'm at least failing university because I'm an idiot, not because I have digitised episodes of Martin/Molloy. I can't work at the radio station anymore because I am too busy. I have no money if that helps too, I have to study to the point that I can't even work part time. At this rate you're either getting the M/M tapes digitised or a pine box with my corpse in it. Time will tell.

by 13 schoolyards » Thu May 13, 2010 10:16 pm

baudrillard wrote:I wasn't there of course, but the tape of it will eventually get digitised.
Looking forward to it.

by stupidmeatball » Thu May 13, 2010 9:35 pm

Also Run to Paradise and Jesse's Girl get done to death by every pub band. Those are two Aussie classics that I can no longer listen to without cringing. It's funny that very few pub bands play Khe Sahn, because it's "cliched" but will play Summer of '69, Run to Paradise and Jese's Girl quite happily at a moments notice.

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