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Re: Split Enz TV special

JohnAnderson123 ·
whats the date on the tv guide i must go pick it up thanks for that ill set my vcr for that
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Re: Split Enz TV special

Jeremy Loder ·
You're welcome. It's the latest TV Guide. December 7 To 13.
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Re: Split Enz TV special

Flicker ·
This Sunday 8th? What time? I don't see it listed in the TV Guide.
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Re: Enz LIVE on the WWW (Holmes)

Juddfinn ·
Thanks, PG!! Perhaps the TV One people did read that desperate e-mail petition of mine and decided to take pity on me There seem to be no further details yet at tv one , though. Roll on the 10th of December!
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Re: Bootlegs, Taboo????

radiobug ·
It all boils down to this. If you purchase bootlegs you help to finance illegal activities and line someone's pocket with thousands of dollars for material that does not belong to him. However, for years and years, when reel to reel recorders were first available, people have been taping albums from libraries, their friends, from universities, wherever. With the availablity of cassette recorders, people have been making dubs of any and everything for decades. I'm sure some of you have...
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Re: Enz anniversary-wheres the aussie tv coverage?

kia kaha ·
I envy you... well, sorta. Sydney's never been my favorite town - guess I'm biased tho as I grew up in Melbourne and lived in Brisbane for six years... As for the tv coverage, um don't hold yer breath. As I recall, the 20th Anniversary (was it really ten years ago? WOW) sailed by with nary a whimper... Ya gotta remember that the Enz were originally a New Zealand band, after all, and Australians tend to look upon their Trans-Tazmen cuzzens more than a little bit like Americans regard...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

gryphon ·
Gawd no- they threw away about 90%, very little is ever kept on video.....they have one or two "video only" Enz copies but most of the Countdowns GTKS etc etc have all gone. I think I have more VHS stuff and we are transfering it now but you can't really use it on DVD without major work...(refer to ten million previous posts), so no they didn't convert.... plus think of the time it would take to convert everything.....probably tensof thousands of hours...'83 Countdown awards exists as an...
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Re: Enz on Holmes to disk?

HairyCanary ·
Shouldn't that be your "line out" plug? I've burned vinyl to CD by plugging my stereo in to my computer through the "line in". If data is to be going out from computer to stereo/recording thing, doesn't it need to leave via the "out" plug? (Bearing in mind I'm sitting here gazing lovingly at my new sound card and have done groovy stuff with it already, but I still don't fully understand how it all works ) Does anyone else think it's a little odd that this webcast is coming up in a few days...
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Re: Enz on Holmes to disk?

Lozza ·
hi mishima, i'd like to get it captured as well and these would be the options i can think of : 1 - tv out in computer going to television set. video attached to television. press record on tape ! 2 - dodgy stream grabbing program on computer. success is dependant on format of stream and how tricky things have been made. for each of the above - gotta have fast cable internet connection to have a chance of getting both audio and streaming video. 3 - highlights on the website. probably easier...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

Secret God (Stew) ·
Also, Something For Kate and george (note the lowercase " g ") probably have every single show recorded for them & wouldn't have to buy old documentries or TV appearances for their DVDs, plus it would have to be a lot easier to produce & you probably wouldn't need to do as mch research as the Split Enz one. george are probably the best band in Australia at the moment, by the way (IMO). Check them out! Go & buy all their singles, also! Ok, ok... I now understand that you can't...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

gryphon ·
Yep S.G. was many years ago, I think a few of the Countdowns survived (the ones you see occasionally on Rage) because the producer grabbed them out of the dumpster and put as much in the boot of his cara s possible!!!!! The ABC would of kept most "event" type Countdown shows- Awards, the 10th anniversary show etc but compared to the hundreds of episodes not many exist. A lot of tv stations wont hand over the performance rights, and there are always ten bands wanting that one spot on the...
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Re: Enz Anniversary/Holmes and more

gryphon ·
Hey Jeremy we are kind of keeping it a surprise as to who is playing....(sorry) but wth Pauls Mum just passing away recently he is spending his time at home with family- pretty sure he won't be playing. Songs...sorry surprise....its usually only a few for the tv broadcasts but who knows like you guys I want to be surprised, takes all the fun out of it knowing. You'll know soon enough. Peter
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

Semi-Detached ·
Maybe in a perfect world (before it really is too late and the footage in question is either destroyed or damaged beyond repair), the likes of the BBC would release their own DVD collection of Enz performances from 'Sight & Sound', 'Top Of The Pops' and 'The Old Grey Whistle Test', for example, amongst other BBC music shows that featured the Enz. I feel like these TV stations are taking the "dog-in-the-manger" approach to the footage they have in their archives. In other words, they...
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Re: Enz With A Bang

JohnAnderson123 ·
well at first i didnt notice the sound cause when it came on i had it up loud but then the sound jumped and i thought whoa my tv has somthin wrong with it and happened throught out the time but i went back and watched the video and was releived it wasnt my tvs fault but i reckon it was great to see the full enz with a bang
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Re: Enz With A Bang

Semi-Detached ·
Tim always gives great interviews on TV, but he never seems to be 100% comfortable in front of the camera. Basically, he always seems to look away or down. Not saying that it's easy to look straight into the camera, though.
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Re: Enz With A Bang

Jaffaman ·
The sound would have only dropped out on mono TVs. The problem was due to the left and right audio channels in the interview sections being out of phase with each other. When listened to in stereo, this gives a 3D effect, but in mono the channels cancel each other out almost completely. This happens occasionally on TV and radio due to carelessness and/or faulty cables. The broadcaster is normally monitoring in stereo and so often doesn't notice the problem.
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

gryphon ·
...so if any UK Frenz see someone wearing a balaclava, grappling Hook and carrying a large split Enz road case it's only me breaking into the BBC and "borrowing" all the master copies of the footage that Gavin mentioned! (No I didn't visit the Van Gough Museum earlier). I must say though, the BBC were incredibly efficient compared to most other TV stations, TV NZ were good too. One or two even let us have a few minutes for FREE (unheard of!!!). (: When I first started both DVD projects I...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

paulport ·
I'd just like to say that I couldn't agree more with Gavin's comments. I live in the Uk and I too have often wondered why the BBC don't release, and make money from, the material that they have. The Sight and Sound, Hammersmith and OGWT footage is all well known. Indeed the Hammersmith stuff is played from time to time on one of their digital radio stations. There are also a John Peel and DLT radio sessions still existing from late 70's? There has been a programme of Cd releases from the...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

Semi-Detached ·
Well, Gryph', I forsee some karma for those TV stations that wouldn't help you. It reminds me of the Little Red Rooster story we learnt at school as kids. But, sadly, it really seems like the BBC just doesn't know what a goldmine they're sitting on with the Enz footage they have. Just because the Enz weren't mega-stars (although we the fans know different), they don't seem interested in cashing in on a potentially lucrative market. There is widespread world interest in this material. Anyway,...
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Re: Photos of YOU

Sweet Secret Peace ·
Overall, it has become clear to me that we, "the Frenz" are a very handsome bunch, a group of unique, cosmopolitan and actually very "presentable" fans any music group should be very proud to have! That said, get ready, because here comes an onslaught of my unsolicited opinions about all the piccies on this thread, so far! Here goes: Silke – You give the impression of being a VERY good friend. And cute, too!! My favorite is the pic of you at the playground. Brandi – not that I need to point...
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Re: Most over-rated MUSICIANS

jenn ·
Originally posted by Sweet Secret Peace: Couldn't agree with you more! She is so appealing as an actress, I don't really get why she has to do this music thing. She is going to over-expose herself so much that no one is going to want to hear about her again! God, and now her and Ben Affleck, is there ever a time when she is not being flashed across the tv screen? I am sick of hearing about her, she should keep some of her private life private IMO...
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Re: Anyone else upset about the state of the world?

Joanna ·
Canada is a really great country in so many ways (sorry for the shameless plug). I could go on and on� I can�t speak for other Canadians but I think many of us have mixed feelings about this situation (not including our Prime Minister�s Communications Director who obviously is not a Bush fan). I think most of us feel that the U.S. is our more powerful, popular, wealthy and successful older brother (or sister). Sometimes you feel jealous of what they have and the attention they receive, but...
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Re: Anyone else upset about the state of the world?

jenn ·
Originally posted by Heidi: 9/11 itself is what got me into music again in such a big way - music can be a really great comfort. Also, I found this community of people with so many similar likes, and not just in music. In general, I spend as much time as I can with my family and friends and I try to laugh. Or go for a walk. I think exercise helps so much too. If you are religious, pray, go to church. Or explore another spiritual path if that is a comfort to you. Talk to people, hug your...
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Re: Song Origin

Former Member ·
topic moved to "Soundtracks/TV/Commercials/Anthems"
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

gryphon ·
Gav yes I love the track suit/exercise stuff,,classic footage, and because itw as on Spellbound as you said we didnt use it as an Egg but its the perfect stuff for that. John agree totally...plus the other way the tv stations can make money is that, the footage IS licensed per territory..so we currently have paid for it for Aust/NZ....so if the Enz DVd ever had a USA release the ABC etc would get money again, same for a European release etc.....between you me and the gatepost we Zone Free it...
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Re: Donny Osmond and DDIO

ValerieH ·
They had the television on in the break room yesterday morning, and I was standing just outside the room talking to my boss. I heard the song, and I stopped mid-sentence and turned to the TV, squinting (left my glasses on my desk) to see if my ears were deceiving me, and there, to my abject horror was....(oh, ick!) Donny Osmond singing DDIO. ARGHHHHHHHH! Maybe it's a generational thing, but Donny was a little bit too late for me to be any sort of musical inspiration. I guess we should be...
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Re: Anyone else upset about the state of the world?

tonguetied ·
First of all.....PREGNANT!!!!!!!! Sorry but I have been away studying my butt off for the past couple months aso this is new news Heidi! CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! Onto the thread subject itself, I cry often at the state of the world, being a mother pulls it all into some sort of scary focus. When I was pregnant even seeing a play on tv concerning kids being hurt upset me. I try just to live for now, none of us know what tomorrow brings and although it is right, good and admirable to voice our...
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Re: Anyone else upset about the state of the world?

Alison ·
Heidi, I have a friend who was feeling a lot like you are. She now no longer watches the news on TV. She's much happier. Maybe this could be a solution??
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Re: Anyone else upset about the state of the world?

SueBee ·
Sometimes I have to do that to my hubby. He takes it all so seriously, especially now that we have a child.
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Re: Anyone Got It Yet?

Lozza ·
ta - tried hmv 3 times and couldn't get on to their site so went for someone else, dunno who but they were in stock and have zapped my card so i guess it is on the way ! and i dont have a pal dvd player (or any) for my tv so i am also resigned to viewing this on the pc. fine by me, thats pretty much where i hear all tunes these days anyway. so american groovers - we're in the saaaammmmeee boaaaat you and meeee and ! and i think it's good that i dont wanna dance, never ceases and next exit...
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Re: pursuit of happiness

tonguetied ·
I once did a sponsored starvation (I kid you not) during the Ethiopian famine in the eighties. It was three days long and at the end I would have smacked you in the face if you suggested playing ANY game for pie. There is enough reality tv as there is. Now I'm hungry......see what you've done?
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Re: What Split Enz live material is available on cd?

Texas Surf ·
I have been looking as well for DVDs of Split Enz. My brother has a couple of VHS tapes of them playing most of the stuff from Time and Tide record LIVE on stage, in Melbourne I think. It might have been from an MTV concert (circa 1981). It is one of my favorite concerts to watch on TV. He also has a tape of videos from the early days to the last days that someone (MTV?) compiled and aired on Cable TV in Tulsa, OK. They are both prizes, but I can't find any copies anywhere...so I am going to...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

Kill Eye ·
I'm all about Changing Rooms and Trading Spaces (more CR then TS). I love The Simpson's and I'm somewhat looking forward to the 3rd season of Queer As Folk . Other than that I basically troll around for science shows. Oh, I also love the Osbourne's (but not Anna Nicole, what a train wreck). I usually watch ER , I sort of go back and forth on it, some seasons I watch avidly, some I hardly bother. I tend to like to watch the reruns of it. The whole Mark Greene saga last year really turned me...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

Anselm ·
Urgh! That has got to be one of the worst shows that's ever been on TV. About five years ago I had the misfortune to be an audience member for a recording of an episode of Chef at Teddington Studios....someone brought me along as a guest because the tickets were free and I hadn't seen the show before. It was appallingly unfunny, and when a bit of filming would would go wrong, they'd be forced to re-film and you'd be asked by the floor manager to laugh even though you'd already forced...
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Re: POLL: Finn On Finn>> Influence On Woodface's Success

Anselm ·
Why does cohesion have to be a mark of a quality album? Look at The Beatles' 'White Album' - probably the biggest rag-bag of different musical styles, half-finished ideas, as well as pure classics that you're ever likely to hear. It has absolutely no theme. A very uncoherent album, but it works. Even George Martin didn't want to put it out as a double album but was talked round. I actually like Woodface because the mixture of styles had never been so obvious on a CH album before. It runs...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

Sara ·
24! How could I forget 24! I loved the first series of that. Still waiting for BBC2 to show the second series. And I also remembered Mork & Mindy. That was class tv that was...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

ValerieH ·
That 70's Show (because that was ME oh, those many years ago!) Monk (LOVE Tony Shaloub) Friends (Yes, I know it's been on for ages, but I too have a thing for Matthew Perry--I even bought "his" TV guide cover a few months back!) Trading Spaces (Ty! Ty! Ty!) The three-show set on TLC, A Dating Story, A Wedding Story, and (awwwwww) A Baby Story The Weather Channel. It's fascinating, watching those cold fronts march across the nation. ((SOMEONE, send me a life!!! SOON)) Hmmmmmm. It looks like I...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

Former Member ·
i forgot to admit it in my first post...lots of things forgotten there it seemed. but val, the reason i *started* watching friends in the first place was because of a tv guide i saw at work with matthew perry on the cover. i was smitten. this was sometime in early 98. before that, without even having watched the show, i used to be one of those that ragged on it. "^$%(ing yuppies", "ken's and barbie's" very cynical was me...a bit less nowadays... so i gave it a chance and found myself...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

Blink ·
I don't watch an awful lot of tv really........ but if I'm not doing anything else I like things such as: -Simpsons -Futurama -South Park -The Office -ER -Pretty much anything David Attenborough does (currently Life of Mammals) -Sometimes gardening programmes -Skiing (especially biathlon) Used to love MASH but the re-runs on Paramount are with the studio laughter track (which I HATE!!!!!!!!), unlike when shown on BBC2 when the dark humour really struck home to great effect without the inane...
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Re: i haven't blown up my tv yet

gobiv ·
* South Park - Getting better... * The Simpsons - Hope it never goes away * That 70's Show - Cracks me up * Scrubs - Starting to grow on me * The Amaizing Race - My one reality show guilty pleasure. * The Daily Show - Jon Stweart is brilliant. * Adult Swim (on Cartoon Network) esp. like Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Brak Show and Sea Lab * Ground Force - I have no idea WHY i like this show so much! * Insomniac - Just cause there's nothing else like it on TV and Dave Attel is pretty funny IMHO...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

Lozza ·
This is fantastic. It took 3 days and cost � 11 with postage to get from Australia into my grubby little mitts - and I can't take the thing off ! WOW. I am watching - American viewers - on the computer and it makes nooo difference to me at all right now. One day, like you - I will get the stuff to watch it on the TV and that will be a fine day when I have it pumping out in the living room. But until then... The Spellbound documentary is a BEAUTY. I've always thought that that documentary was...
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Re: What Split Enz live material is available on cd?

MissingPerson ·
I think the proliferation of live CH material was due to the band recording many of their shows themselves. Because they then owned those recordings they were free to do with them as they wished. Luckily for us they made them available. I would guess that few live Split Enz recordings exist simply because the band didn't make many recordings themselves and the few recordings that do exist tend to be when the band was recorded by a third party (radio/TV etc etc) who owned the recordings. As...
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Re: Split Enz DVD thoughts

GEB ·
Joyce Darling! I did the same thing, however, I knew my DVD/TV wouldn't play it. It gave me great impetus to get a new PC with a DVD drive. My ever-understanding wife didn't raise a stink when I dropped the dough for a new PC. She knows that I still cling to all things NZ and is very understanding. Anyway - great DVD. Brings back memories of when I was growing up in Chch many years ago! What a blast! BTW: My first post - Hey everybody - Great site!
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Re: What Split Enz live material is available on cd?

Camus ·
Actually, surprisingly many do exist. Mike Chunn apparantly has quite a collection, as does Eddie Raynor. I'm also sure that Split Enz recorded many of their gigs themselves. I guess it's really different people and maybe they don't want it released. It's a shame, as they are an amazing band live if you can find the unmentionable 'B' word.
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Re: CH advertising NZ with DDIO in UK!

That ad was shown in Australia quite frequently about 4 months ago. I don't watch much tv now but I haven't heard / seen that ad since. Maybe it's England's turn to get a piece of the NZ tourism industry's action. I know an important someone who wouldn't mind those ads been played, it will certainly clock up a certain somene's ever expanding bank account in royalties lol
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Re: CH advertising NZ with DDIO in UK!

Sara ·
Yeah its really old. It's been shown on UK TV before, but it seems like holiday advertisments have been put on high rotation after the Christmas/New Year holiday here. Every other advert is for some tourist board... 100%PureNZ - thats the website for the advert campaign.
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Re: Neil on the Dubya-Bee! (WB)

Former Member ·
11 children??? eek gads... i still haven't watched "everwood", i was intrigued by the premier ads, but turned away thinking it was a "northern exposure" rip off... basically, i just *try* to not watch too much tv it is good, as i went to the site, to see grace's bro...and neil's tunes being incorporated into not just one, but two shows, on a network that seems to cater to teen's? am i wrong? what i mean, is i'm glad neil is getting, yet further, exposure among young ears
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Re: Neil on the Dubya-Bee! (WB)

chigirl ·
..."Felicity" was THE BEST show on non-cable tv! Now all that is good is "Alias", but they have not been wise enough to put on Neil yet...same producers as Felicty, so I am hopeful. ...Yes, Scott Spedman who played Ben has said what a Finn fan he is, but his character did suck. Noel was better...but Scott Foley who played him seems like a dork in real life: he is Kenny Loggin's #1 fan! But he is married to Jennifer Garner, Sydney on "Alias", so he can't be that bad, I guess. I read how theWB...
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Re: Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe!

gryphon ·
Hairy glad it's improved. Oddly enough the night I went the sound seemed low, not loud, then again it might be different sound people. It was about 50/50- half adults half little adults. I think the adults enjoyed it more, which is good- think there are some serious adult flashbacks to when "they" read the books (: Amanda Muggleton is a strange person to get some UK readers may remember her from her Chrissie Latham days from the Prisoner (Cellblock H) TV show. She was always the person I...
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Re: Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe!

HairyCanary ·
Ooooh, my guess is that the Sound Department were told "it's a little low, bump the levels up" and did so, knee jerk style. There's more to it that just volume though. It's a hard thing to explain, but musicals can be strange animals and something like this with a band, body mics and pre records is a big juggling act that requires expertise - and as far as I'm concerned, there's really only one company in the country that gets it right. This wasn't them. Guess you've just missed the...
 
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