Big Chill 2004: Jimmy Cauty's Blacksmoke- Library of Mu

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Title: Big Chill 2004: Jimmy Cauty's Blacksmoke
Date: 31 July, 2004 ?
Journal: urban75.com
Author: -
Type of resource: Pictures
Status: webpage
No. views: 2428
Description: A photo of Docklands Light Railway on a big screen, published on a Big Chill photoblog.
URL: http://www.urban75.org/photos/bigchill/big146.html


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Big Chill 2004: Jimmy Cauty's Blacksmoke

By - (31 July, 2004, ? urban75.com)

Jimmy Cauty's Blacksmoke, Big Chill festival, Eastnor Castle 2004, England UK

The highlight of the festival!

Jimmy Cauty (of the KLF) played an updated, dystopian version of their 'Chill Out' album, set against a bleak, wintery video filmed from a Docklands train.

Fabulous stuff.



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