Album: Boys Don't Cry 1980
I was The Marquee on one of the night's that they recorded the live album this is taken from, back in 1980.That's a real eye opener Bing, I never really got into NbZ in the (mid to late) 80s, some of my mates were but I always thought they were a Mod revival band like Merton Parkas or Purple Hearts, I had no idea they were a blues based band (the band name should probably have given it away but I got into blues a bit later and had long stopped listening to revival bands by then)
"You can imagine sitting Tulse Hill, can't ya?"
Will have to have a listen to an album or 2 over the weekend, apparently they are still going around so who knows, they might tour Aus in 2022!!!
I noticed your earlier comments about The Jam. I was lucky enough to see them at the Croydon Greyhound pub in South London in 1977 just after the release of their 'In the City' single.OK, now you have my attention, totally jealous! This thread has already gone way off track so I might as well keep going and let the good times roll!