Kick off your Christmas celebrations by 'raising hell' with the 'hell raisers' at the Diogenes Club, one of Soho's best kept secrets and a club night that is growing in stature with each event. You'll find the Diogenes Club situated in the basement of the famous Soho public house THE SPICE OF LIFE,
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Original Interview co-founder The Black Panther Party Huey P. Newton From 1968 Part two of three
Part two of The Movement Magazine’s in depth interview with African-American political and urban activist Huey P Newton from 1968.
The Life and Times of Gene Krupa an Enthusiastic and Flamboyant Drummer
Gene Krupa was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 15, 1909 and was the the youngest of Bartley and Ann Krupa's nine children. His father died when Gene was very young and his mother worked as a milliner to support the family
Brief History of Instrumental Hits (1952- 1969)
Prior to the introduction of the singer with the band, dance music was primarily instrumental. Then as microphones improved vocalisation became more popular and when during the war years union action prevented
Christmas Hits of The 50s
Gene Autry, along with Roy Rogers, were the best known singing cowboys from movies and television. Besides Gene Autry’s many popular western hits, like "Back in the Saddle Again," Gene also sang several perennial Christmas song classics including "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," written by songwriter Johnny Marks in 1949.
Steve Jones Ex Sex Pistol Interview from 1978 (Record Mirror)
Steve Jones is wearing nothing more than a skimpy towel and a few soapsuds when he opens the door. ‘All right Baz. Just ’avin’ a baff. I’m going out later so to save time I fort we’d do the interview while I’m ’avin me baff. Don’t worry,’ he laughs, ‘the baff’s full of fuckin’ bubbles.