Two Big Egos in a Small Car

Episode 56: Charlie Watts RIP; Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon; New Film Releases: The Courier and Annette; Covid Passports; ABBAtars;

September 09, 2021 Graham Chalmers and Charles Hutchinson Season 2 Episode 56
Two Big Egos in a Small Car
Episode 56: Charlie Watts RIP; Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon; New Film Releases: The Courier and Annette; Covid Passports; ABBAtars;
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Two Big Egos in a Small Car
Episode 56: Charlie Watts RIP; Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon; New Film Releases: The Courier and Annette; Covid Passports; ABBAtars;
Sep 09, 2021 Season 2 Episode 56
Graham Chalmers and Charles Hutchinson

Charles and Graham reflect on the life, backbeats and fashion of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts. Graham explores the re-release of cult Sonic Youth musician Kim Gordon's book about feminism and sexism in rock as part of a slew of re-published Faber music titles. Graham and Charles ponder the British/Soviet spy game in the latest Dominic Cumberbatch film, The Courier, and Graham gives his verdict on French indie legend Leo Carax's film musical Annette - made with and inspired by music and songs from Sparks. Graham finds time to have a rant about what venues need to do to keep customers engaged and onside after reopening. A quick interruption from Graham leads to Charles saluting the return of ABBA  with their first new music in 40 years and transformation into ABBAtars on the London stage next spring. Bon Voyage.

Show Notes

Charles and Graham reflect on the life, backbeats and fashion of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts. Graham explores the re-release of cult Sonic Youth musician Kim Gordon's book about feminism and sexism in rock as part of a slew of re-published Faber music titles. Graham and Charles ponder the British/Soviet spy game in the latest Dominic Cumberbatch film, The Courier, and Graham gives his verdict on French indie legend Leo Carax's film musical Annette - made with and inspired by music and songs from Sparks. Graham finds time to have a rant about what venues need to do to keep customers engaged and onside after reopening. A quick interruption from Graham leads to Charles saluting the return of ABBA  with their first new music in 40 years and transformation into ABBAtars on the London stage next spring. Bon Voyage.