This is Planet gong I believe
40 years ago.....at the time I danced like a banshee..now I can barely tie my laces lol
Listening to these as a kid led to a love of free party scene.. Travel and Goa parties.. Boom Bhole... Peace
And why they smashed this life Stil for the most good people miss it .small groups of like minded people. No harm only to those that must be obeyed
This....is beyond excellent!
What they lack in coordination they make up for in noise.
Is the Tat for Tibet bus at 14.03 a bit more recent than the other photos? I've stopped in on those guys at small festivals, and I've only been going to them since 99/2000 or so. Or have they been doing it for that long?
R.I.P Gavin da blitz :(
next time your gonna put down some lyrics, next time your gonna do it at 1080 p. next time ..
great recording so many photos seemed familiar, i'm sure i was near most of those scenes, what a blast from the past, i rec
mummy mummy, i want a chocolate biscuit... you can't have one.. lol
Nice. I missed out. Never heard of them before.
Never fails after a few bottles of Merrydown and some choice spliffs .
I thought this only existed in my addled brain.
Here it is.
Here and Now.
Here & Now have always been a live band for me, this is a great example why.
fantastic photos, thanks for putting them up. the collision between punks, hippies and the free festival scene was a very interesting time that is ignored in the official history of punk which 'officially' ends in 1979 or something even though there were loads of punks up north well into the mid 80s. scottish and northern working class punks at stonehenge scoring off hippies in ice cream vans was some sight. it really needs the definitive account from mid 70s squatting -- anarcho punk -- free festivals -- alternative sub-cultures and beyond. shame we can hardly remember it all.
Thought provoking write up, wonderful photos and fantastic music..happy daze!
uea barn 1978. free raspberry sandwiches and 2 sexy dancing girls and red leb. Them wuz the days.
Hackney Bus Garage round the corner from Brougham Rd.
Fekkin brilliant! Never realised that Mr Peel had this lot squat in' on Peel Acres!! Whoop-whoop! 😏🃏🚀
Fastest version of What You See ...
I saw the bus at 6:43
at Formby Point Festival http://www.ukrockfestivals.com/formby-point-1987.html