On The Record with Poor Bob Jones (Part 1)

Poor Bob Jones takes us on a journey for the music fan and later player, from the mid 50s Rock ‘n Roll and through to his beloved blues for Part 1 of our On The Record with him, brilliant to get a first hand view of the darker side of the music fans from the Teds to the mods and rockers 🙂

On The Record Part 1 in full is the first video about his early music influences and playing in a time of Teddy Boys and through to the dawn of The British Blues boom and this is followed by a wonderful unedited bonus video of where Bob, as a mover and shaker on the Brum Blues scene gets invited to a Rolling Stones party in 1964 and advises Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Ian Stewart to ditch Mick Jagger and replace him with a then unknown young artist called Steve Winwood and they were keen on the idea! 🙂

Then we have a couple of trailers for Part 1.






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About beatsandpoets

Music enthusiast, regular gig goer especially local and unsigned acts. Vinyl Junkie, occasional poet and blogger, local film and music documentary maker.

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