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David Quantick starts with the early days, and why Bristol?
Way Out West - The Bristol Underground (1/4). David Quantick examines Bristol's remarkable music scene. Tonight the early days and why Bristol? First broadcast in 2004.

012011021520141223 (6M)David Quantick starts with the early days, and why Bristol?
David Quantick examines Bristol's remarkable music scene. Tonight the early days and why Bristol?
First broadcast in 2004 and selected for repeat by Neneh Cherry, as part of 6 Music's Wise Women season. The remaining parts of Way Out West - The Bristol Underground can be heard on the 24, 26 and 30 December.


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012011021520160209 (6M)David Quantick starts with the early days, and why Bristol?
In anticipation of the 6 Music Festival taking place in the city, another chance to hear David Quantick's exploration of Bristol's remarkable music scene. Tonight the early days and why Bristol?
First broadcast in 2004.
01Episodes 1 & 220150621Another chance to hear David Quantick's celebration of the music scene in Bristol.

As Worthy Farm in Somerset prepares to welcome the masses to the Glastonbury festival, there's another chance to hear David Quantick's celebration of the remarkable music scene in Bristol, a little further west. Tonight he considers the early days and why Bristol? Including a look at the Pop Group, who play at Glastonbury this year.
First broadcast in 2004.
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David Quantick examines how in the 1980s the mood changed in Bristol.
Way Out West - The Bristol Underground (3/4). David Quantick continues his history of the Bristol scene, looking at the evolution of the Wild Bunch collective into Massive Attack and the birth of trip hop.

Way Out West - The Bristol Underground (2/4). David Quantick examines Bristol 's remarkable music scene and the way that in the 80s, with punk over, the mood changed in Bristol, from the angry political nihilism of bands like The Pop Group to the funk of Pigbag.
022011021620141224 (6M)David Quantick continues his celebration of Bristol's remarkable music scene and the way that, in the 80s, with punk over, the mood changed in Bristol, from the angry political nihilism of bands like the Pop Group to the funk of Pigbag.
First broadcast in 2004 and selected for repeat by Neneh Cherry, as part of 6 Music's Wise Women season. The remaining parts of Way Out West - The Bristol Underground can be heard on the 23, 26 and 30 December.
David Quantick examines how in the 1980s the mood changed in Bristol.

0220110216David Quantick examines how in the 1980s the mood changed in Bristol.
0220110216
022011021620160210 (6M)In anticipation of the 6 Music Festival taking place in the city, another chance to hear David Quantick's exploration of Bristol's remarkable music scene. Tonight part 2: the 80s - from The Pop Group to Pigbag.
First broadcast in 2004.
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02Episodes 3 & 420150622As Worthy Farm in Somerset prepares to welcome the masses to the Glastonbury festival, there's another chance to hear David Quantick's celebration of the remarkable music scene in Bristol, a little further west.
First broadcast in 2004.
032011021720140403 (6M)David Quantick looks at the evolution of the Wild Bunch and the birth of trip hop.
David Quantick concludes his light-hearted examination of the Bristol scene with a look at that intense period of time between 1994 and 1996 when Bristol was the centre of the musical world, and a credible slowed-down hip hop beat was essential for any pop tune.
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David Quantick looks at the evolution of the Wild Bunch and the birth of trip hop.
First broadcast in 2004 and selected for repeat by Neneh Cherry, as part of 6 Music's Wise Women season, David Quantick continues his history of the Bristol scene, looking at the evolution of the Wild Bunch collective into Massive Attack and the birth of trip hop.
The remaining parts of Way Out West - The Bristol Underground can be heard on the 23, 24 and 30 December.
Way Out West - The Bristol Underground (3/4). David Quantick continues his history of the Bristol scene, looking at the evolution of the Wild Bunch collective into Massive Attack and the birth of trip hop.
0320110217First broadcast in 2004 and selected for repeat by Neneh Cherry, as part of 6 Music's Wise Women season, David Quantick continues his history of the Bristol scene, looking at the evolution of the Wild Bunch collective into Massive Attack and the birth of trip hop.
The remaining parts of Way Out West - The Bristol Underground can be heard on the 23, 24 and 30 December.
0320110217David Quantick looks at the evolution of the Wild Bunch and the birth of trip hop.
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032011021720160211 (6M)David Quantick looks at the evolution of the Wild Bunch and the birth of trip hop.
As Bristol plays host to the 6 Music Festival, another chance to hear David Quantick's exploration of the city's remarkable music scene. Tonight a look at the evolution of the Wild Bunch collective into Massive Attack and the birth of trip hop.
First broadcast in 2004.
042011021820141230 (6M)David Quantick concludes with a look at that intense period from 1994 to 1996.
First broadcast in 2004 and selected for repeat by Neneh Cherry, as part of 6 Music's Wise Women season, David Quantick concludes his light-hearted examination of the Bristol scene. In part four he looks at that intense period of time between 1994 and 1996, when Bristol was the centre of the musical world, and a credible slowed-down hip hop beat was essential for any pop tune.
0420110218First broadcast in 2004 and selected for repeat by Neneh Cherry, as part of 6 Music's Wise Women season, David Quantick concludes his light-hearted examination of the Bristol scene. In part four he looks at that intense period of time between 1994 and 1996, when Bristol was the centre of the musical world, and a credible slowed-down hip hop beat was essential for any pop tune.
0420110218David Quantick concludes with a look at that intense period from 1994 to 1996.
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042011021820160212 (6M)David Quantick concludes with a look at that intense period from 1994 to 1996.
David Quantick concludes his light-hearted examination of the Bristol scene. In part four he looks at that intense period between 1994 and 1996, when Bristol was the centre of the musical world, and a credible slowed-down hip hop beat was essential for any pop tune.
First broadcast in 2004 and repeated to coincide with this year's 6 Music Festival taking place in Bristol over the weekend.
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David Quantick concludes with a look at that intense period from 1994 to 1996.
David Quantick concludes his light-hearted examination of the Bristol scene with a look at that intense period of time between 1994 and 1996 when Bristol was the centre of the musical world, and a credible slowed-down hip hop beat was essential for any pop tune.

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