First time with bbc
David Lynch discusses the pivotal moments and music that have shaped his life and career with Matt Everitt. First broadcast in Lynch is also a musician, having helped create the music for many of his movies he wrote the lyrics to the Twin Peaks theme - Falling sung by Julee Cruise as well as solo albums such as The Big Dream - a record as hypnotic and disturbingly beautiful as his films. In a rare interview, recorded in , Lynch speaks to Matt Everitt about his formative early musical influences Chopin and the sound of B36 bombers flying over his childhood home , his passion for Elvis and early rock 'n' roll, directing David Bowie, his love of jazz, how he creates his own unique music and how the imagery and plot of his classic film Blue Velvet was directly inspired by Bobby Vinton's classic single, which would never sound the same again.
Ola Kowal. Age: 24. I am an experienced, beautiful girl. I love men and many types of sex. I will meet to get as much mutual pleasure as possible. It's me on this picture!
The First Time With...
BBC Radio 6 Music - The First Time With, Jonny Greenwood
Matt Everitt talks to Geoff Barrow and Adrian Utley from Portishead about earliest musical influences, first albums they bought, first gigs they went to and the '94 debut 'Dummy'. They also discuss Adrian's past as a session guitarist and Geoff's as a drummer, engineer and producer with a deep passion for hip hop and an understanding of sampling. The band's refusal to engage with the traditional music industry, having a bandmate, Beth Gibbons, who never speaks to the media and the covert, political heart of the group. See all episodes from The First Time With
Biba. Age: 23. I am a sensitive girl, I love men's touch and deep penetrations. I am a shameless girl who is ready for a long sexual intercourse. And are you ready? If ready, then let's start!
Radiohead's guitarist, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood shares his musical milestones with Matt Everitt in a programme first broadcast in In their thirty-year career, Radiohead are have shifted the parameters of what a rock band is capable, having continually pushed themselves in new musical directions. He talks about the music that obsessed him growing up - from the Fall and New Order to classical composers such as Krzysztof Penderecki, who continues to have an impact on Jonny's work today. He also looks back to Radiohead's early days and how they coped with the huge success that followed 's OK Computer, as well as their creative processes in the studio. Jonny also discusses his acclaimed film soundtracks, working with director Paul Thomas Anderson, how Radiohead missed out on doing a James Bond theme and the writing and recording of their album A Moon Shaped Pool.
While some DJs emerged out of the early house movement to settle into a comfortable and predictably lucrative careers as superclub-orientated superstar DJs, Andrew Weatherall has always followed his own musical compass. He also talks about producing Primal Scream's genre-breaking Screamadelica and his later work delving into the darker side of vintage rock 'n' roll and techno. This interview features the humour, style and impeccable musical choices that one would expect from one of contemporary music's most innovative and original figures.
Add your comment here ▼
Thank you! Your comment has been sent for review.
Unexpected error occurred, please contact support