John Ingham saw The Sex Pistols in April of 1976 and knew punk was the future A founding writer for the British music paper Sounds, Ingham chronicled the emerging punk movement that ground shaking year and beyond, writing variously for The Observer, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, NME, CREEM, Mojo, Uncut, and a number of anthologies on the subject....
|Title||:||Spirit of 76: London Punk Eyewitness|
|Publisher||:||Anthology Editions 1st Edition edition April 15, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||993 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Spirit of 76: London Punk Eyewitness Reviews
An honest look from the author who actually has lived it, been there, seen it, and remembered in detail! John Ingham is, and has been since the beginning of his career, one of Rock’s (& Punk’s) great writer/critic/journalist!! Great job on this one!!!
Not really anything like what I had hoped. Just a bunch of photos of much the same subjects during a very few days, and not really indicative of anything like the Spirit of 76 that I remember. For die hard fans only.
Really beautiful book! I was expecting just photos but there's great written narrative history too.
Picked this up at the SF Art Book Fair. Really incredible photos throughout. Highly recommended.
It's really like being there -- highly recommended!
Solid recap of the early days of UK punk - more of a look book then a documentary. The fashion and style are enough to make it worth the buy.