'77 Sulphate Strip: An Eyewitness Account of the Year That Changed Everything

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Ovolo Books, Sep 11, 2012 - History - 400 pages
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An eyewitness account of 1977 by one of the only journalists allowed full access to the bands. This is the true story of punk – how it really felt and what happened – and how John Lydon, Hugh Cornwell, and Rat Scabies feel now about what they said and did back then.


  

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The bulk of the book are all the articles Barry Cain wrote for the music mag Record Mirror in 1977. He was one of the key British music journalists writing extensively about punk rock in a sympathetic ... Read full review

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User Review  - Phil - Goodreads

At one point towards the end of this book, the PR man Alan Edwards, an old friend of the author, muses on the paradox that the punk uprising of 1977 has remained so influential in popular culture when ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Garry Thomas Morse has had two books of poetry published by LINEbooks, Transversals for Orpheus (2006) and Streams (2007), one collection of fiction, Death in Vancouver (2009), published by Talonbooks, and two books of poetry published by Talonbooks, After Jack (2010) and Discovery Passages (2011), finalist for the Governor General's Award for Poetry.

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