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December 17, 2005 1:07 PM   Subscribe

Andy Rosen: I was a rock photographer working in London 1976-1984. This is my private collection. These pics have been stored since the Punk Days. This is the first time they can be seen in 25 years. His Clash and London Punks sets.
posted by KevinSkomsvold (16 comments total)

 
kick ass!
posted by nola at 1:16 PM on December 17, 2005


excellent stuff, thanks. this is especially great
posted by matteo at 1:21 PM on December 17, 2005


I KISS YOU! Thanks!
posted by Mayor Curley at 1:50 PM on December 17, 2005


paging jon mc...
posted by sgt.serenity at 2:07 PM on December 17, 2005


cool, but not nearly as cool as the music.
posted by ParisParamus at 2:11 PM on December 17, 2005


wow. very cool. thank you.
posted by Stynxno at 2:30 PM on December 17, 2005


Oh, Siouxsie.
posted by Jairus at 2:39 PM on December 17, 2005


Good to see this on the blue.
It was the 26th anniversary of London Calling's release three days ago. Joe Strummer'll be three years dead this Thursday.
December's a conflicting month for fans of The Clash.
posted by Alvy Ampersand at 2:47 PM on December 17, 2005


thanks K., esp. for the David Sylvian photo
posted by Substrata at 3:54 PM on December 17, 2005


Interesting, but....Roman Holiday and Duran Duran in a section labelled "London Punks"? Dear oh dear. Guy clearly knows more about photography than music or fashion.
posted by Decani at 3:58 PM on December 17, 2005


Very cool stuff. Anyone who followed punk into the later 80's might like Trent Nelson's photos too: Trent Nelson: Punk rock 1984-1995
posted by jba at 4:20 PM on December 17, 2005


Oh, that kind of rock. I was expecting something more geologically fulfulling.
posted by thparkth at 5:50 PM on December 17, 2005


fantastic, thanks!
posted by dejah420 at 7:07 PM on December 17, 2005


This is really excellent. "Oh, Siouxsie!" indeed.
posted by MrBadExample at 10:51 PM on December 17, 2005


Old-school punk rock photos from Patty Heffley.

NYC, late '70s and early '80s.
posted by Ayn Marx at 1:42 PM on December 18, 2005


How crazy ... an audience of 50 people. I know that's de rigeur for all bands starting out, but it's funny to think of the Clash playing for such an intimate audience. It's like thinking of U2 playing at their school talent show.
posted by Alt F4 at 4:12 AM on December 19, 2005


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