There's not a load of punk recordings from 1976 (apart from Sex Pistols and the Clash).
So here's The Vibrators first radio session recorded for John Peel, recorded on 12th October and broadcast 28th October 1976.
1. Dance To The Music (Whips & Furs)
2. Sweet Sweet Heart
3. Jenny, Jenny
4. I'm Gonna Be Your Nazi Baby
5. We Vibrate
Monday, 26 September 2016
Sunday, 25 September 2016
Saturday, 24 September 2016
My next share from 1976 is another 1 from The Damned.
This time from the first Punk Festival at the Mont De Marsan Bullring.
1 of the 2,
I Feel Alright
Feel The Pain
See Her Tonite
So Messed Up.
Next up for my Punk40 Celebration is The Damned.
1. 1 Of The 2
2. New Rose
5. Fan Club
6. I Feel Alright
7. Feel The Pain
10. See Her Tonite
11. I Fall
12. So Messed Up
To contribute my own little part to this Year's Punk 40 celebrations I'm gonna post some audios from 1976 that I have in my collection (that are not Sex Pistols related).
Wednesday, 21 September 2016
Well here it is - Sex Pistols gold - Chalet du Lac 1976. Everyone knew both nights were recorded but for 40 years only a very few select people have been able listen to the recording,
Hopefully the recording of the first night will be shared soon. But for now this recording will have to titillate your ears.
I have created CD artwork to go with the recording which is available in the download for you all.
Anarchy in the UK
I Wanna Be Me
Don't Give Me No Lip
Please note I believe this to be a mislabeled gig and I actually think its the second night in Paris from 5th September.
On release it has been billed as the first night.
My reasoning is this - from the God save the Sex Pistols site, in an interview with someone who was at both gigs it has been stated that the second gig was shorter in length due to the band having to catch a plane.
The set list posted on the GSTSP site states that Flowers was played at the start and a 2 track encore (Did You No Wrong and Anarchy) at the end. Yet all 3 of these tracks are missing from this recording. The supplier of this recording states it is the complete gig (and there's no reason to doubt that claim) - therefore logically this must be the shorter second gig on the 5th.
If anyone can categorically clear this up, without any doubt please get in touch.
Whatever the truth is this is still a fantastic recording - very, very enjoyable to listen to.
A massive thank you must go to Partners in Crime from France, for sharing this with all of us - it's very much welcomed and appreciated.
Monday, 19 September 2016
Another Great performance from this years Undercover Festival. This time from original Punks and Brighton's very own Piranhas 4.
This comes with full cd artwork created by myself
A PIL Head Recording PH008
Eddie and the Hot Rods played a blinding performance at the Undercover Festival this year. In fact the whole weekend amazing. Apart from one band in particular all the artists turned up and delivered a quality professional performance. The atmosphere was so friendly and I would urge everyone to put the Undercover Festival on their list of things to do next year.
Anyway here's Eddie and the Hot Rods set.
This comes with artwork created by myself.
A PIL Head Recording - PH010