This post will serve double-duty as a tribute to London Calling and as final post of my three-part series …
I’m not sure of the exact timing of this, but sometime in 1978, The Clash sacked their manager, Bernie Rhodes. 1.966 woorden meer
Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
More today from Chris Welch’s 2008 notes in the CD insert:
“Guy Stevens, who also worked with Mott The Hoople and later produced the Clash album “London’s Calling” in 1979, died aged 38 in 1981. 174 woorden meer
Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook on the prospect that Russia might be meddling in our presidential election:
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“The idea that a foreign state could be trying to influence our electoral process, influence who becomes our president of the United States, that’s a very serious situation,”
Sandy Pearlman, record executive, manager and producer to Blue Öyster Cult and The Clash, has died, aged 72.
According to a Facebook post by his friend Robert Duncan, Pearlman, who produced The Clash’s album ‘Give ‘Em Enough Rope’ and songs like ‘(Don’t Fear) The Reaper’ for Blue Öyster Cult, passed away peacefully at 12:30 am on July 26. 28 woorden meer