Category Archives: glam rock

The Summer of 77….in Norwich

It might seem that in 1977 Britain was just on fire with punk, new bands were appearing from unlikely places and bands that were less than a year old had become spokesmen for their generation. This was, of course patently … Continue reading

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The Power of Three

A couple of weekends ago my peaceful weekend was interrupted by a phone call from a nice man called Ray. I was expecting a call as the following I was due to play a gig and the support band had … Continue reading

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Into the Dark

On the 23rd of January I woke to a traditionally cold damp dark Monday morning. Unwilling to face the beginning of a working week I took the unusual step of checking my twitter account to discover immediately that Jaki Leibezeit … Continue reading

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Its Christmas ! 

A merry Christmas to the many (??)  Future is Past readers wherever you are in the world and especially to everyone who has taken the time to like or comment on any of the articles. Stay tuned for more 70s … Continue reading

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Personality Crises

The third band from the states that really influenced British punk had a similar career pattern to the MC5 and the Stooges. Underappreciated even derided in their lifetime they released enough material to at least have a small if slightly … Continue reading

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Things were happening but they were mainly happening in London. Dr Feelgood had vitalised the pub rock scene and in their wake new bands were springing up, from the East there were Eddie and the Hot Rods from Canvey Island, … Continue reading

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1976 Number 1 Records

So here is 1976 I the form of number one records. And its every bit a grim as I remember, glad I didn’t make this up 10 January “Bohemian Rhapsody” Queen Bloody Bohemian Rhapsody, It will always be there along … Continue reading

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