Evening all. Ok bit of a story behind this post.Ive been reading an excellent book while i was on holiday in Galway last week called "The palace and the punks" by Tony Hill. Its all about the ups and downs of a club called The Grey Topper. Based on personal recollections and interviews with musicians who played there, people who went to and worked there, it is a wonderful picture of life and a story a lot of us will be able to connect with and remind us of our youths. A very warm and a lot of the time laugh out loud funny story (wait till you read the one about adam ants jacket!!) it is a wonderful read and i highly recommend you buy it. You can get it on amazon here the palace and the punks in paperback and kindle versions at a very good price. Anyway there is a wonderful story about the UK Subs and it mentions a short film called "Punk can take it" directed by Julian Temple. Id never heard of it before so i asked Camden Dave what he knew of it and whether he had it. Lo and behold here it is. Its directed in a mock wartime public information style and features a mix of live footage and staged pieces too with guest appearances from the likes of Ed Tudorpole etc. When released it apparently played as an opener to the film Scum the brutal prison film with Ray Winstone. So its over to you guys to watch, enjoy and then leave a comment.thanks!!
p.s dont forget to check out the book you wont regret it Punk can take it!!
Good morning listeners.Im looking for help from someone in tracking this down.what im after specifically is the "live" side of this album.when originally released it was on double vinyl and cassette which was split between studio tracks on one part and live tracks on the other.ive seen it for sale on amazon and id have no problem buying it but the version there doesnt include all the live tracks from the original release.if someone could point me in the direction of the live stuff that would be great and id be very grateful. thanks for reading and i hope you can help.
a nice buzzcocks post for you all to enjoy today.this was recorded in 1980 but im not sure of the venue.but there are 19 tracks here for you to sing and dance to.anyway listen,enjoy and then leave a comment.thanks!
Had a request to repost this,but cant remember who from,so if it was you say hello.anyway this is a crackin gig would love to have gone but i couldnt,this is a great listen so please enjoy and leave a comment.thanks! 100 Club here
greetings from radio muebles listeners.for your delight and listening pleasure this morning we have a live boot from the selecter recorded in amsterdam in 1980.top sound in this one from a recent re-broadcast on a dutch radio station which is why this has such good sound quality.i recently got this copy from camden dave but i dont know where he got it.anyway the band are on top form in this show and is a real joy to listen to brilliant versions of classics like 3 minute hero and train to skaville.so listeners its time for you to listen to it for yourselves,enjoy it so much you want to leave a comment.thanks! p.s some SPECIAL ska related posts to come tomorrow.stay tuned!!! 3 minute heros click here!
Evening all.a quick post this evening from mr weller and his merry men is this 20 page souvenir tour program from the Beat Surrender tour in 1982. Lots of photos of the guys and ads for clothes shops in Londons swinging Carnaby Street. Its in a pdf format so you wont have any problems reading it. I put it on my kindle to read much easier than on a laptop or desktop computer. So after thanking camden dave for this(long time no see mate!)please read,enjoy and then leave a comment.thanks! beat surrender 82