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Jon Savage - ;Fame; Jon Savages Secret History Of Post-Punk 78-81 (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Sakree
    says:
    Mar 21,  · As we reported a couple of weeks back, the writer and post-punk connoisseur has selected 23 of his favourite tracks for a new compilation on Caroline True records. The full tracklist for the.
  • Voodoonos
    says:
    The 45s that defined and crystallised author Jon Savage’s memories of the year. was the year of Dylan, folk-rock and protest, and the year when the post-beat bohemian subculture took over from traditional showbiz as the principal youth culture.
  • Megul
    says:
    Jon Savage's The Year The Decade Exploded. Pop. Various Artists (Jon Savage) CD £ Jon Savage's - The High Sixties On Pop. Various Artists (Jon Savage) LP £ Jon Savage's - The Year Pop Divided. Pop. Various Artists (Jon Savage) CD £ Jon Savage's - The Year The Sixties Ignited. Pop. Various.
  • Grotilar
    says:
    Spread over four sides of two 33rpm inch albums, this is a love letter to the 7-inch single. Since , author Jon Savage has collaborated with Ace -
  • JoJom
    says:
    Another great collection of hits, misses and b-sides from Jon Savage. Know, as with the others in the series, that this isn't an attempt to be a "best of" but rather an attempt to show the musical trends of that year/5(11).
  • Mijin
    says:
    Listen to "Fame" Jon Savage's Secret History of Post-Punk by Various Artists on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  • Gugor
    says:
    Compilation - Fame: Jon Savage's Secret History Of Post-Punk Format: 2LP: Label: Caroline True Records: Cat#: CTRUE8: Year: Series: Jon Savage.
  • Mogami
    says:
    Assembled by Jon Savage as a soundtrack to his book The Year The Decade Exploded, Ace's double-disc set of the same name does indeed bring his words to life, but it's not necessary to read his book to find this track collection thrilling. The genius behind The Year the Decade Exploded is in its compilation.
  • Nalkree
    says:
    Jon's selections for this year oscillate between soul, funk, Americana, pop-psych and hard-edged rock. With the loss of pirate radio after March, he heard of many of these either by scouring the record bins in central London or picking up tips from the music and the underground press.
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