I think you’ll find Col was being intentionally humorous, Michael. No doubt Prince and his crew used high-end equipment.I know that filmmakers often cover product logos with stickers for various reasons. I'm not entirely sure why, since they don't do it with all products. For instance, I once asked a producer why they didn't cover up the logos on cars if they did it on just about everything else, and he said "Because everybody drives cars," which suggests it might have something to do with the manufacturer objecting to having their products shown being used by certain types of people. I know that Apple won't let movies and television shows depict criminals using iPhones and (I presume) iPads. Or it might have something to do with fees of some type-- although that would be odd, since companies will often pay to have their products included for promotional reasons.
Anyway, there could be perfectly legitimate reasons why the logos were covered up, rather than anything to do with wanting to avoid the embarrassment of being seen onstage playing "one of those keyboards."
Actually it sort of confirms my suspicions about Australian censorship, not that it's a bad thingThanks.
Makes sense to me now!
I never got into flashy cars or 70's movies. Tull, Hendrix, Santana, Cream, Sabbath etc. consumed my days.
I always thought pimp as being a brothel owner.
Just confirms how young my young brain is still learning about stuff! I guess I have so much potential to gather up detail about important issues. lol.
I don't bother with the morning TV.I actually envy Australia's isolation. Maybe turning on the TV in the morning shouldn't be a painful experience.
Like you guys we only hear about the other's parliament when someone royally f***s up.Your PM (Justin) seems to run a clean, smooth sailing, trouble free ship. Yeh?
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