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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by posttoastie, Dec 3, 2020.
Well it is on for a couple songs. Nice 63ish Melody Maker Scott Thurston is playing.
Does this not count?
I should have said "shirt on while performing"
Nice little pickup band he's got here. Glen Matlock on bass.
If you think Iggy Jim is a burnout, watch his John Peel lecture and then come back and tell us how you feel
And if you respect him now--you'll have a truckload more respect for him after seeing/hearing him speak. Needless to say, he sprinkles his presentation with age-appropriate (NSFW) adultish language.
His heartfelt delivery is no less intense than when he's bouncing around onstage with his shirt off:
And a Breadwinner (or Deacon, hard to see) stage left!
The tucked in look
One of the most iconic "live" performances of all time...
Countdown (1974-1987, and an ill-fated 'revival' from 1989-1990 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Countdown_(Australian_TV_program)#Countdown_Revolution_era) was Australia's version of Top Of The Pops and American Bandstand (? Maybe?). Acts either mimed completely, or used a backing track with live vocals. While Iggy's performance is mimed, he has 100% commitment to it. It's excellent.
no shirt, just use Broccoli instead
He was a Vorta on STS9
Almost couldn't do it because he dislocated his shoulder months before. Which is why he stands the way he does for every scene he's in with his arms in front of him and one hand holding the opposite arm below his elbow. It really adds to the stoic nature of the race he was portraying.