A photographic guide to the iconic lost live music venues of London, as they are today
Did you get tinnitus from too many gigs at The Bull and Gate?
Spent your youth propping up the bar at The Marquee Club?
Or witness early gigs by rock legends on Eel Pie Island?
Then this book is for you!
Paul Talling takes a look at some of London’s much-missed music venues from the post-war period to the present day.
Featuring photos, adverts & tickets, this book is a portal to a less homogenised London, taking you back to the city’s halcyon days of jazz, blues, folk, rock, punk, indie and more.
You can now pre-order this from any local book shop or record shop or online via Waterstones, Gaunt Books, Foyles, Book Depository, Amazon and all other good sources worldwide.
This was Damaged Goods Books first release from 1993 and features the poetry of Mr Wild Billy Childish.
At this point over 30 collections of poetry had already been published all over the world.
In this box set you got three 7″ singles, a 64 page book and a postcard all in a lovely presentation box.
This release was limited to 1000 copies which are long since sold out.
More information https://damagedgoods.co.uk/discography/trembling-of-life/