#1
i just heard on the news that there are session tapes or whatever that the BBC has of bands like Pink Floyd, and all the material is unreleased.

can anyone else elaborate, as i dont know much else about it?
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#3
i dont know if its true but i did hear it on the news. and it is probably very likely.
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#4
Well who knows, the BBC is BBC, I mean look what it did to Fender, maybe they were just as bad to the bands that recorded there.
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#5
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Well who knows, the BBC is BBC, I mean look what it did to Fender, maybe they were just as bad to the bands that recorded there.


what did they do to fender?
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what did they do to fender?


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Sorry, that was CBS...
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#7
Yeah. They probably do.

The BBC has loads of unreleased stuff. Like a giant archive full of tapes and stuff. Like every show and radio show they've ever aired is there. There's bound to be some tapes from BBC sessions with unreleased stuff on.
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#9
The general rule of thumb is only about 50-60% of recorded songs ever see the light of day. So BBC's bound to have 1,000's of unreleased songs.
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The general rule of thumb is only about 10-15% of recorded songs ever see the light of day. So BBC's bound to have 1,000's of unreleased songs.


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#12
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The general rule of thumb is only about 10-15% of recorded songs ever see the light of day, of these a further 30% are actually bought legitmitly through downloading or music retailer. So BBC's bound to have 1,000's of unreleased songs, but releasing them would have little or no profit at this point in time


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#13
some people go "OMG! Unreleased material!", but it tends to be unreleased for a reason
i.e its not up to the standard of their other stuff
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