Richard Thompson - 1000 years of popular music

Ian Rowe
Ian Rowe

You always know when your in the presence of " GENIUS" ....

Vor 13 Tage
Patrick
Patrick

He had a bit of a cheek nicking Billy Connolly's joke from 1985, 'Partick Thistle (it originally was) nil'. Enjoyed the first half of the show but it all seems to go astray once they hit the twentieth century. Never mind that Yankee smooth jazz, where are Vera Lynn, Elvis and the Beatles? I mean, why play Squeeze's Tempted (conspicuous by its lack of audience response) rather than the similar but much better Dear Prudence? It's like he decided he had to go quirky just when he most needed to be representative.

Vor 2 Monate
Evan Smith
Evan Smith

Saw this great show in Columbia, Missouri, USA years ago!

Vor 2 Monate
Rick Bullock
Rick Bullock

That was an excellent concert. Richard is an amazing guitarist and those two ladies sure were amazingly talented too. The girl on percussion was great and both had great voices. 👍👍👍

Vor 2 Monate
Bob Jones
Bob Jones

Many thanks, RT is a modest genius. I've been lucky enough to see him with the 1000 years of Pop accompanied by the superb Judith Owen and Debra Dobkin on their tour in the UK as well as many other gigs, solo and with various excellent bands. In these troubled times, a delight to re-visit his tremendous back catalogue. A cricket fan too!

Vor 2 Monate
Steve Dyer
Steve Dyer

This may very well be the best performance of my 62 year old lifetime 🙂

Vor 2 Monate
greg serna
greg serna

Correction to previous comment. Left her out. Who is that wonderful percussionist?

Vor 3 Monate
greg serna
greg serna

Judith Owen backing RT, Leland Sklar recently backed her. Put the three together, instant supergroup. Love to see it.

Vor 3 Monate
Howard Levin
Howard Levin

I'll be back to listen to this, but this reminds me of Taylor Mac's 24-hour production that's been held in Philly every late spring(trying to remember the host).And that only covers 1776--. Like that Thompson doesn't always go for the obvious choices.

Vor 3 Monate
Glen Hill
Glen Hill

The Italian song is almost identical to Schooner Fare's English language song So Well I Know Who's Happy. Listen and judge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeKHw3XGFo4

Vor 3 Monate
Alaafi
Alaafi

Sorry - didn't like the Night and Day arrangement

Vor 4 Monate
Alaafi
Alaafi

Absolutely amazing. Only seen him once in Clitheroe folk club back in the 70s- who cares? An absolute hero of music (Eurocentric - yes)

Vor 4 Monate
Mike Lucas
Mike Lucas

What a fantastic discovery. To think we fell in love with the Fairports at Essex University in 1969.

Vor 4 Monate
potatoegirl31
potatoegirl31

'Sumer is icumen in'...is basically the "Jailhouse Rock' of medieval music! 😊

Vor 5 Monate
I X
I X

🎶Deck the halls with viral outbreaks tra lalalala lalalala Sign right here for us it’s high stakes tra lalalala lalalala Hype the shit show lure the feeble tra lalalala lalalala lalala A morbid end for those poor people tra lalalala lalalala 🎄.

Vor 5 Monate
Keith M
Keith M

St. Johnstone (not a fan) though are in Premier League in Scotland, by why let facts get in the way of a joke, adapted more from Partick thistle Nil......

Vor 5 Monate
Simon Jennings
Simon Jennings

year 50 v good one

Vor 6 Monate
Alleys Dark and Bright
Alleys Dark and Bright

I thought Britney had no place on this otherwise excellent list. Until that breakdown...

Vor 6 Monate
Andrew Burgess
Andrew Burgess

he makes it seems so effortless- unbelieveable

Vor 6 Monate
peter ottes
peter ottes

Thanks for posting this. I wanted so bad to see this show.. I am happy to this here.. He is for me the most interesting, eclectic musician around.. But that's just my opinion.. Thanks again..

Vor 6 Monate
Mikal Trimm
Mikal Trimm

My only problem with this is that I paid money for this RT DVD gladly, just to support him in any way possible -- and some a**hole posted it for free. Sorry, Richard -- you don't get the proceeds for your work.

Vor 6 Monate
Celso Escobar
Celso Escobar

His voice is getting better with time just like a very good wine !!!

Vor 6 Monate
Blues Man
Blues Man

Out standing !!!!👍👍👍

Vor 7 Monate
37Dionysos
37Dionysos

Google-up the English trans of lyrics to "So Ben Mi Ca Bon Tempo"---very sweet and funny, talking about the people at a gathering and the singer knows that every one of them is "making a little time" with somebody: everybody's got a little squeeze on the side. "And I'll never tell who!"

Vor 7 Monate
Eric Shafto
Eric Shafto

I have been trying for years to find out the name of the song that he plays a few seconds of around 6:10. Can anyone tell me what it is? I couldn't believe it when we saw that little snippet and then it didn't come up at all in the concert.

Vor 7 Monate
Eric Shafto
Eric Shafto

@AustenSophie THANK YOU! This is the most incredible relief. Now I can finally stop singing it to people and getting mad when they don't recognize it. You are a hero. If I could, I'd adopt you.

Vor 7 Monate
AustenSophie
AustenSophie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGPG_Y-_BZI

Vor 7 Monate
Kit Carson
Kit Carson

Wow ! Friday on my mind xx🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Vor 7 Monate
Geoffrey Allen
Geoffrey Allen

Richard Thompson is a tremendous talent.

Vor 8 Monate
37Dionysos
37Dionysos

THANKS---One of his best all-time, tune after tune. Who in the F could not "like" this?

Vor 8 Monate
BC Barnett
BC Barnett

This is my favorite fkn thing right now. ❤️ from Texas

Vor 8 Monate
Guy Plunkett
Guy Plunkett

One of the fun things about browsing around YouTube on a rainy shelter-in-place stay-at-home day like today is stumbling across gems like this.

Vor 8 Monate
wadefite
wadefite

i bet Britney ca'nt wait to get together for a duet.

Vor 10 Monate
Real Diaz
Real Diaz

Not a single song in spanish. What a fuckwit. Any white guy can at least play Besame Mucho. And before the triggered crybabies come at me. I am a musicologist who has more than his share of European musical history under his belt . Throw us a bone Richard dont ignore 1,000 years of Spanish music that can really liven up ypur set. 😊

Vor 10 Monate
Charles Bridgeman
Charles Bridgeman

What a remarkable musician he is. Looking forward to seeing him with Fairport at Cropredy in August

Vor 10 Monate
mark drum
mark drum

Squeeze? You've got to love this!

Vor 11 Monate
wadefite
wadefite

just noticed the blackleg miner is the C natural minor i think!

Vor 11 Monate
Dickran Marsupial
Dickran Marsupial

Who is that Most Annoying Woman?

Vor 11 Monate
wadefite
wadefite

unbeatable!

Vor year
jackal59
jackal59

I've always loved that one of the very earliest English songs has a verse about farting deer.

Vor year
Michael Roth
Michael Roth

I've seen Richard about six times, always superb. This show is really special, would love to see it live. And Judith and Deborah complement him well.

Vor year
honeychurchgipsy6
honeychurchgipsy6

I saw this show in Brighton and really enjoyed it - it was my first experience of RT live and I was initially disappointed when booking that he wasn't going to be doing his own work. I have now seen him several times, including the wonderful 70th birthday celebration at the Albert Hall recently. He never fails to be wonderful and seems to be improving with age (if it's possible to improve upon perfection - lol!!). I seriously resent the interviewer's comments at the beginning of this video, where he implies that RT does not play for his audience but for himself (and that an RT concert is something to be endured rather than enjoyed: well maybe if you have a very basic, childlike musical taste). In fact, nothing could be further from the truth: RT always puts in a stellar performance -we recently saw him solo acoustic at Sidmouth in a marquee down near the seafront in the middle of a really bad storm. He gave us three encores including the wonderful song My Enemy (new to me) accompanied by his new partner Zara Phillips whilst the tent rattled and blew around us and we all feared we might be literally blown away.

Vor year
Katherine Canon
Katherine Canon

Psycho street still my favorite lol.

Vor year
Sam And Jenny Sambrook
Sam And Jenny Sambrook

People who are good at there job always make it look easy. Richard is no exception. A genius at work! ♥ 🎸 🌹 XxxX

Vor year
Paul Jansen
Paul Jansen

I wish he would have made a double album of songs all from pre 1800s, like the first 6 in this collection. Such a rare and amazing treat to hear those compositions from far away times, and he does them so well.

Vor year
Charles Boyer
Charles Boyer

Spellbinding artistry in all aspects (Musical performance, video, and sound quality). Great post!

Vor year
Ben Caloudis
Ben Caloudis

what guitar is he playing???

Vor year
good 'un
good 'un

Probably a Lowden, possibly a Fylde....

Vor 8 Monate
Gian Pozzo
Gian Pozzo

RT è da sempre uno dei miei musicisti preferiti , questo concerto è bellissimo , riesce sempre a stupire per la sua originalità e bravura Superbo !

Vor year
good 'un
good 'un

It's difficult to envision Shenandoah as a sea chantey, or having evolved from a sea chantey, because those were originally meant to be work songs with a rhythmic call and response, useful for getting groups of people to work together as a synchronized team while loading or unloading ships, raising sails and making adjustments to them, Etc..

Vor year
dj murf
dj murf

I've seen RT in concert at lease once every year for 30 years, and it's always a highlight of music and shared experience with friends. I salute you fine sir!

Vor year
Mike Zdeb
Mike Zdeb

32 dislikes ... must have been looking for the Cardi B channel

Vor year
Timothy Colman
Timothy Colman

Fun! Thanks.

Vor year
Le Diabolique
Le Diabolique

Listening to this concert made my day. Thanks for uploading.

Vor year
Andrew Stuart Brown
Andrew Stuart Brown

Hearing/watching this makes me realize the longstanding truth of at least one (maybe the only one) of my opinions formed 40 years ago. Richard Thompson is the greatest living guitarist, in any music ever composed for songs written in English. There may be better guitarists in countries whose music is inaccessible to me, for reasons either linguistic or political (which can usually be cross indexed), but when it comes to music written for the same language I write this in, Thompson is the greatest. Of course other opinions may exist, for which I'd have to use the time-tested phrase, "consider the source."

Vor 2 years
Mitchell Wallace
Mitchell Wallace

I just saw Richard Thompson this weekend in Phila PA USA at the Keswick. He is still inspiring in fantastic voice, humor and a real showman. Technically to say the least and new material is superb and poignant. Not surprisingly many of the Audience were not aware of his superior schredding Ability. He remains one of the unsung guitar masters to be reckoned with!

Vor 2 years
Ceilidh Kirk
Ceilidh Kirk

I had the privilege of seeing him live at Edmonton Folk Festival several years ago, brilliant beyond belief, sounds like he's playing 3 guitar parts at once. He is truly the master.

Vor 2 years
good 'un
good 'un

The Edmonton Folk Festival! I was working in western Canada and attended all three days of the festival in 1992. Best music festival I've ever been at, and I've been to more than a few. David Lindley and Ry Cooder played duets. Martin Simpson, another guitarist in Richard Thompson's league, was there, participating in slide guitar workshops and a solo performance and a duet with a flamenco guitarist from Chile. Alias Ron Kavana was on fire, an incredible performance by this little-known Irish singer-songwriter and bandleader. We all cheered and clapped for over 20 minutes trying to get them out for an encore but the festival promoters had not left sufficient time and they were already running late for the next band. There was Bluegrass and Country, 2 bands from Africa fiddle workshops, Middle Eastern music and Bedouin chants, Blues, soul and Rock, a healthy example of everything. Good food too, incredibly well-organized, and we didn't have any drunken brawls or other trouble. Someday I hope to attend it again, with my wife.

Vor year
Guilherme Larangeira
Guilherme Larangeira

INdeed, 1000 years of popular music in his hands, a coupe decades in his pinky

Vor 2 years
David Carlson
David Carlson

Awesome!

Vor 2 years
Euan Gregory
Euan Gregory

Wow... was that a Bowling For Soup cover? Was expecting that. Tempted by Squeeze was excellent.

Vor 2 years
Gary Sayers
Gary Sayers

----- In defense of music's pure form--of expression, of performing, of culture, of meaning, AND its overall purpose, of entertaining... THIS man is simply a HERO... He NEVER, EVER disappoints... You can't come away from a good listen to R/T without feeling you've been 'cleansed' from 'something' you didn't need, and freshened up with a musical shower or something like that... Thanks, Richard for your wit, your craft, your imagination, and the path you've led us to walk in music... Forever a fan...

Vor 2 years
stevestudiosteve
stevestudiosteve

Really enjoyed this, thanks for posting

Vor 2 years
Michael Goldenberg
Michael Goldenberg

Concrete and Clay!

Vor 2 years
Astro Gremlin
Astro Gremlin

Thanks to Zararity list with times added by me! "Sumer Is Icumen In" (trad., arr. by Thompson) 2:30 Interview 4:40 "King Henry" (trad., arr. by Thompson) talk 7:40 song 9:50 "So Ben Mi Ca Bon Tempo" (Orazio Vecchi, arr. by Thompson) talk 14:27 Joke at 15:24 song 16:25 "Bonnie St. Johnstone" (trad., arr. by Thompson) talk 19:20 song 21:00 "O Sleep Fond Fancy" (Thomas Morley) talk 26:53 song 27:40 "Remember O Thou Man" (Thomas Ravenscroft) 29:50 "Shenandoah" (trad., arr. by Thompson) 33:50 "Blackleg Miner" (trad., arr. by Thompson) 39:00 "I Live in Trafalgar Square" (C.W. Murphy) 43:25 "There Is Beauty in the Bellow of the Blast" (from The Mikado) (W.S. Gilbert/Arthur Sullivan, arr. by Thompson) 47:45 "Java Jive" (Ben Oakland/Milton Drake) 50:50 "Night and Day" (Cole Porter) 54:30 "Orange-Coloured Sky" (Milton DeLugg/William Stein) 1:00:54 "Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee" (Granville "Stick" McGhee/J. Mayo Williams) 1:03:20 "A-11" (Hank Cochran) 1:06:28 "See My Friends" (Ray Davies) talk 1:10:59 song 1:11:50 "Friday on My Mind" (George Young/Harry Vanda) 1:16:39 "Tempted" (Chris Difford/Glenn Tilbrook) 1:20:14 "Oops!… I Did It Again" (Max Martin/Rami Yacoub) 1:25:09 "Cry Me A River" (Arthur Hamilton) 1:30:15 "1985" (Jaret Reddick/John Allen/Mitchell Scherr) 1:35:50 Interview 1:39:40 "Sam Hall" (trad., arr. by Thompson) 1:41:42

Vor 2 years
Paul Jonasse
Paul Jonasse

What a great show! Clearly, RT is on a different plane than most. Truly a gifted performer and how fortunate are we to be alive at the same time as he!

Vor 2 years
Jim Chevallier
Jim Chevallier

Among many treasures, "Night and Day" is sublime.

Vor 2 years
Ludo Vica
Ludo Vica

This is absolutely wonderful ♥

Vor 2 years
chris t
chris t

saw this show at our local theatre a few years back -  two songs I remember particularly were 'Lonesome Whistle Blues' by Hank Williams and 'Money Money Money ' by Abba, unfortunately not included here - great show anyhow!

Vor 2 years
Roger Klintebjer
Roger Klintebjer

Awesome,Richard Thompson For President! Thank You For Sharing This Quality Music

Vor 2 years
Ernie Halls
Ernie Halls

Probably the best thing I have ever seen on YouTube

Vor 2 years
Deryk Barker
Deryk Barker

Is there another musician alive who could play all of this material? I strongly suspect not.

Vor 3 years
TheRarebird12
TheRarebird12

Martin Carthy.

Vor year
MrLittlefeat
MrLittlefeat

I have never seen a show THIS FABULOUS, THANK YOU!

Vor 3 years
Alan BG
Alan BG

Got to be the best "Cry Me A River" I ever heard. And the rest. Superb,

Vor 3 years
Sean O'D
Sean O'D

This guy makes me proud to be an English speaker. All languages are beautiful but ours is my favorite. Especially in RT's mouth.

Vor 3 years
Bob Jones
Bob Jones

A bit nationalistic there brother. Richard's early influences were from his Scottish dad who was a jazz loving policeman.

Vor 2 Monate
wildcats2012
wildcats2012

Where else would you be able to hear this breadth of material? I've watched this in it's entirety three times so far.

Vor 3 years
Will Richardson
Will Richardson

Respect

Vor 5 Monate
AWH1AC
AWH1AC

Long time favorite here - I've seen an earlier version of this show - it just keeps getting better, new songs - oh man. Loved the addition of "Drinking wine spodey-odey, pass that bottle to me " - when we had a VW PASSAT wagon, I was tempted to get personalized plates that read "BOTL2ME" - should have.

Vor 3 years
Susan M
Susan M

Saw this show at the Camden Opera House (Maine, USA). In the candlelit darkness, three musicians came down the center isle to the stage, fiercely drumming, full house, silent. Unforgettable.

Vor 3 years
wildcats2012
wildcats2012

That was amazing:)

Vor 3 years
Johann Bogason
Johann Bogason

Thank you Lord (whoever you are) for letting me enjoy this. Richard Thompson is a conduit.

Vor 3 years
theRealDonX
theRealDonX

Sure knows how to make an entrance

Vor 3 years
Arthur Dent
Arthur Dent

Genius genius genius genius genius genius genius all the way through

Vor 3 years
Romy A
Romy A

This was a phenomenal show!

Vor 3 years
good 'un
good 'un

"Blackleg Miner". I remember that song from a very cool version by Steeleye Span. IIRC, that version had what sounded like a National steel resonator guitar and maybe a banjo too. Some other more modern cover tunes that I have heard Richard play live are Buddy Holly's Not Fade Away, and Ca Plan Pour Moi by Plastique Bertrand..

Vor 3 years
Janos Wimpffen
Janos Wimpffen

This has to be one of the finest and most creative concerts ever created. Thanks for posting!

Vor 3 years
jon stafford
jon stafford

Some of the best 21st century entertainment!

Vor 3 years
Apsis Motion Pictures
Apsis Motion Pictures

Awesome.

Vor 3 years
Ruth Genne
Ruth Genne

He's just insanely good, and such a mensch.

Vor 3 years
Lee Lucas
Lee Lucas

What a truly stunning show.

Vor 3 years
Otto Dagson
Otto Dagson

чуваку сказали спой нам обзор песенной культуры за 100 лет, он подошел шире спел за 1000 )) русские народные надо было еще спеть единственный недостаток концерта ))

Vor 3 years
timtimtimtim83
timtimtimtim83

Shenandoah is beautifully done.

Vor 4 years
Richard Yurick
Richard Yurick

Wow. What a great show. Fantastic video and audio. Watch it on a big screen if you can. Seen him with Danny acoustically and in electric group before. This is best.

Vor 4 years
krazeedr
krazeedr

Stole this from Wikipedia for the song list: "Sumer Is Icumen In" (trad., arr. by Thompson) "King Henry" (trad., arr. by Thompson) "So Ben Mi Ca Bon Tempo" (Orazio Vecchi, arr. by Thompson) "Bonnie St. Johnstone" (trad., arr. by Thompson) "O Sleep Fond Fancy" (Thomas Morley) "Remember O Thou Man" (Thomas Ravenscroft) "Shenandoah" (trad., arr. by Thompson) "Blackleg Miner" (trad., arr. by Thompson) "I Live in Trafalgar Square" (C.W. Murphy) "There Is Beauty in the Bellow of the Blast" (from The Mikado) (W.S. Gilbert/Arthur Sullivan, arr. by Thompson) "Java Jive" (Ben Oakland/Milton Drake) "Night and Day" (Cole Porter) "Orange-Coloured Sky" (Milton DeLugg/William Stein) "Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee" (Granville "Stick" McGhee/J. Mayo Williams) "A-11" (Hank Cochran) "See My Friends" (Ray Davies) "Friday on My Mind" (George Young/Harry Vanda) "Tempted" (Chris Difford/Glenn Tilbrook) "Oops!… I Did It Again" (Max Martin/Rami Yacoub) "Cry Me A River" (Arthur Hamilton) "1985" (Jaret Reddick/John Allen/Mitchell Scherr) "Sam Hall" (trad., arr. by Thompson)

Vor 4 years
wigginsong1
wigginsong1

Saw Richard at the Lowry a few years ago after seeing him numerous times over the last 20 years. Didn't fancy 1000 years of popular music but it was the best night with Richard that I've had. Great backing band especially the drummer. Doh! Who is she? Great guitar player and a very funny man. Why isn't he known by the general public? Oops I Did it Again was great. Dirty Old Town, which he didn't play at the gig is a great song. Keep going Richard . One day you may be as famous as Burt Weedon, George Formby or even Mark Knopfler. Talent doesn't always rise to the top of the public's recognition but you are recognised by many as a great artist. P.S. how much do you charge for a half hour guitar lesson - don't include the air fare from Wigan?

Vor 4 years
drummerboy1390
drummerboy1390

This is simply astounding. There's parts you'd swear there were two or three guitarists playing. He sure makes that Lowden sing.

Vor 4 years
Marie Boog
Marie Boog

Richard Thompson is such a talent. My husband heard him on our local channel. Bought Rumour and Sigh  and I've been a big fan ever since. I buy as many of his CD's as I can.  I'd say he's the best guitarist ever.

Vor 4 years
Howard
Howard

yes

Vor 3 years
TheGoose47
TheGoose47

He made a St Johnstone nil joke work in America.... guy is a legend.

Vor 4 years
Baribrotzer
Baribrotzer

He's Richard Thompson - and, like many of the real greats, a category of one. His appeal cuts across genres, but can't be easily marketed to anybody other than serious music nuts. His audience is going to be a bit smarter than Joe Sixpack and Jane Winecooler.

Vor year
Bruce Smith
Bruce Smith

joflo simpo their score in the football match

Vor 2 years
joflo simpo
joflo simpo

Goose what is a st johnstone nil joke mate?

Vor 4 years
glr6345789
glr6345789

The song in the opening sequence is Concrete and Clay, originally done by Unit 4 Plus 2, around '66.

Vor 4 years
Bruce in Oz
Bruce in Oz

Randy Edelman did a really tight version on his "Fairwell Fairbanks" album as well.

Vor year
Michael Blum
Michael Blum

Whatever the audience paid, they got the deal of a lifetime. No other musician could conceive and execute this show. And then exceed expectations.

Vor 4 years
honeychurchgipsy6
honeychurchgipsy6

@TheRarebird12 - I saw this show at the Brighton Dome - not exactly the same - he didn't do Britney Spears' 'Oops' but did a Nellie Furtado song instead - there may have been a few other differences - but largely the same and utterly brilliant. Judith Owens and Deborah Dworkins were wonderful too.

Vor year
TheRarebird12
TheRarebird12

Amen to that! I'd give anything to have been there.

Vor year
David A. Marin
David A. Marin

What's that little song playing in the credits sequence?

Vor 4 years
Nelly The Elephant. Trump Trump Trump
Nelly The Elephant. Trump Trump Trump

RT is just a great musician, personality and his music is just so refreshing and uplifting - love him

Vor 4 years
Jindra Vobořil
Jindra Vobořil

What´s the name of first song? That´s the way, mm, that´s the way....

Vor 4 years
Jindra Vobořil
Jindra Vobořil

+Timothy Smith  - Thank you very, very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Vor 4 years
Timothy Smith
Timothy Smith

Concrete and Clay

Vor 4 years
Peter Guglietta
Peter Guglietta

This man has more music in his pinky than 90% of other musicians have in their entire catalog. Brilliant.

Vor 4 years
Tom Hodges
Tom Hodges

It's how his pinky can stretch to that X X 12 12 6 6 Gm7 chord

Vor 6 Stunden
bernard lefkowitz
bernard lefkowitz

Peter Guglietta r

Vor 2 years
Michael Goldenberg
Michael Goldenberg

Peter Guglietta and more pinky than most.

Vor 2 years
therealbaglady
therealbaglady

You are brilliant!!! And yes, RT is superb!

Vor 2 years
Mahdi Zaman
Mahdi Zaman

Richard is one of my favorite guitarists.

Vor 4 years

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