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The Jam - About The young idea
The Jam: About the Young Idea: The Very Best of the Jam
Great news Weller fans - an extraordinary new exhibition charting the rise and influence of The Jam opens in Liverpool this summer. About The Young Idea is a new, interactive show which picks up on the overwhelming success of the exhibition held at Somerset house last year. Curators Nicky Weller, Russell Reader and Den Davis have been digging through The Jam archives once again and have unearthed unseen content and exhibits from the band who became the voice of a generation. And in what's thought to be a world first, they've added a marvellous new interactive element to the show. A new free app will allow visitors to engage with the exhibits by scanning VCodes as well as letting music lovers save five of their favourite exhibits from the show to a mobile device to enjoy in their own time.
Kill Bill: Vol. Sign in. Breakout star Erin Moriarty of " The Boys " shouts out her real-life super squad of actors. Watch now. Jimmy loathes his job and parents. He seeks solace with his mod clique, scooter riding and drugs, only to be disappointed.
Bad news if you thought it might travel on from Liverpool, but good news if you want a piece of The Jam About the Young Idea exhibition , as it is being sold off in October., I was no Mod, but loved The Jam from the moment I first heard them, this three-piece from a few miles up the road in my native Surrey having a similar effect on at least two generations then, and plenty since.
Running through the end of September, the show presents memorabilia dug out from the closets of all three Jam members. Anything and everything one could think of, basically. This limited edition CD, released in the UK to complement the exhibition, is similarly chock-full, determined to be as completist as a single best-of compilation can be. Paul Weller himself was a month away from his 19th birthday when the second radio spot for the single which opens this compilation a delightful bit of nostalgia in a world where both radio and physical singles are now anachronisms was running on British airwaves. As Daniel Rachel put it in his book of interviews with notable musicians, The Art of Noise , "Jam lyrics spoke directly to teenage anxieties. They defined feelings and attitudes that legitimized disaffection with society and the growing pains of dead-end routines and broken relationships. Weller had actually started The Jam five years earlier, when he was a pupil at Sheerwater Secondary School.
Saturday am - am Sky Arts. Some groups are important for what they represent; others for the sheer excellence of their playing and writing. The Jam, for the brief period when they ruled British alternative pop —82 , were both. This documentary aims to tell the definitive story of the ferociously talented Paul Weller and his band-mates Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler, all three of whom are interviewed. Summary Documentary about the band, who were at the forefront of the lates punk-mod scene, tracing the group's history from formation in to its end in Featuring interviews with frontman Paul Weller, bassist Bruce Foxton and drummer Rick Buckler, as well as archive performances.