First of two programmes . In 1994, Wet Wet Wet sold seven million copies of Love Is All Around. This programme tells the group's story in their own words, from their roots in Clydebank to the hit singles With a Little Help from My Friends and Goodnight Girl and the film Four Weddings and a Funeral, which spawned their No 1 smash.
Featuring the Geraldine Fibbers with lo-fi underground country from Los Angeles, plus a session from Otis Grand
(voted UK Blues Guitarist of the Year) and the Big Blues Band - modern guitar blues from San Francisco, now based in London.
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