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Subject: Re: Bright Lights interview

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Date Posted: Tue January 05, 2016 20:43:33
In reply to: Frank 's message, "Re: Bright Lights interview" on Sat January 02, 2016 05:13:34

I'm on the side that says it's real, in fact, I'm surprised anyone doubts it. Play it next to any Buddy Holly interview and it's undeniably him. Consider tape speeds and hiss and the 'potential cold'.

If it was faked, there would be some level of controversy within the tape itself. Some dead giveaway, but there isn't. In fact, it's quite dull and of the time. Questions that are interesting to those that had no information at hand about these foreign stars, and answers that jive with known truths. No embellishment's. Even the part about making a movie, you couldn't expect anyone in show business to plainly say 'no'. They were playing the game and Buddy and the Crickets were well coached.

Incidentally, my grandfather was once featured on BBC Scotland in an hour long documentary. Sometime in the late 1980's. There is absolutely no trace of this, other than a D60 cassette tape.

Radio in the UK has been and still is of a pretty high standard when it comes to journalism, specials etc. There are endless shows and until the digital era, not all of this could possibly have been saved and archived by an organisation. Try and find the BBC drama 'Words of Love'....It's no surprise that there is no trace of some radio show's that may have been short lived and segments of other shows.

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