interview picture disc - interview download!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2005 (read-only)' started by mozster, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. mozster

    mozster Guest

    http://s57.yousendit.com/d.php?id=3IC8NRC79MGWGL9I79EISDI8K

    moz interview - not great quality - but well worth a listen - its file type is .mov but is just audio as far as i am concerned.

    enjoy!!!
     
  2. Jo Jo70

    Jo Jo70 Guest

    > http://s57.yousendit.com/d.php?id=3IC8NRC79MGWGL9I79EISDI8K moz
    > interview - not great quality - but well worth a listen - its file type is
    > .mov but is just audio as far as i am concerned.

    > enjoy!!!

    Does anyone else find this a little difficult to listen to? He was oh so well spoken in those days, and clearly not at ease with the situation. Still there are some Mozzer gems in there ie. in response to the interviewer's question ' Have you had lots of advances?'
    Moz:
    'Only handwritten ones...... I'm here. Come and get me. I'll be lying on the sofa covered in feathers. Which is quite worrying when it comes from the woman next door.'
    God love him!
     
  3. Terry Wogan

    Terry Wogan Guest

    This is brilliant- thank you thank you thank you.
    I know what you mean- with hindsight he seems like such a different person but I loved the higher pitch of his voice back in those days.
     
  4. Jo Jo70

    Jo Jo70 Guest

    > This is brilliant- thank you thank you thank you.
    > I know what you mean- with hindsight he seems like such a different person
    > but I loved the higher pitch of his voice back in those days.

    You really preferred his voice then? I have to say that I like it much better now.
    The wit was obviously there then, but today there is a lot more warmth and humour in his voice.
    He sounded too much like a public school prig in those days, which is ironic considering his working class background.
     
  5. Terry Wogan

    Terry Wogan Guest

    Dress you up as an orange- I can stop giggling. Getting some funny looks...
     
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