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Saturday, 18 February 2017

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Punk77 - The Adverts - John Peel Session - August 1977

The complete session recorded on 23 August 1977 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on the 30th August 1977.

We Who Wait
New Church
Safety In Numbers
The Great British Mistake

Punk77 - The Adverts - John Peel Session April 77

Bass, Backing Vocals – Gaye Advert
Drums – Laurie Driver
Guitar, Backing Vocals – Howard Pickup
Lead Vocals, Written-By – TV Smith

Producer – Tony Wilson

Recorded: 25th April 1977
First broadcast: 28th April 1977

Gary Gilmore's Eyes
One Chord Wonders 
New Boys
Bored Teenagers

Punk77 - Adam Ant - Home Demos 1977

ADAM ANT - Home Demos (1977)
Raw solo demos by Adam Ant
Home recorded using vocals, guitar and drum machine
Please see photos for full track listing 

please note - track 10 is missing

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Punk77 - The Ants - 11th July 1977- Vortex, London

Next up I give you Adam and the Ants (although they were actually billed as just The Ants). Third on the bill behind the Slits and headliners Siouxsie & the Banshees.

01 Lou
02 Puerto Rican
03 B Side Baby
04 Deutscher Girls
05 Dirk Wears White Sox
06 Fat Fun
07 Fall In


Saturday, 7 January 2017

Punk77 - Siouxsie & the Banshees - 11th July 1977 - Vortex, London

Seeing as I have the Ants set for this gig I thought it was only fair that I shared the Headlining acts performance - Siouxsie & the Banshees.

 01 - Scrapheap
 02 - Psychic
 03 - 20th Century Boy
 04 - Carcass
 05 - Love in a Void
 06 - The Lord's Prayer
 07 - Captain Scarlet
 08 - Make Up To Break Up
 09  - Helter Skelter

Punk77 - The Adverts - Basement tapes - demos 1977

Here's my first share of 2017 and my first share celebrating 40 years since Punk exploded across the UK.

This one is from The Adverts

Monday, 2 January 2017

Punk77 - 40 Years since Punk exploded across the Nation

2015 saw the 40th Anniversary of the Sex Pistols first gig.

2016 saw the celebration called Punk40, which celebrated 40 years of the creation of punk.

But it was 1977 that Punk in the UK really exploded and became a National movement. Bands were formed all over the place, records were being released in large numbers. It was 1977 that really was the year of Punk for me.

This year I will be sharing radio sessions, demos as well as gigs that all took place in 1977 from various bands - I hope I will post something for you all to enjoy!

Keep looking in, it's gonna be the dogs bollocks.