D.C. Harrison wrote:
oboogie wrote:I was a big fan when I was about 8. She wore leather catsuits which I found quite interesting.
And she played the bass, which I also find quite interesting. See also: Deal, Kim; Advert, Gaye and Weymouth, Tina.
All of whom may well have done more for feminism (because, you know, they rock
) then Julie sodding Burchill.
Gaye's early years are not best dwelled upon. Google images, the swastika on the headstock - they're enough to cause more than a little discomfort but the last thirty years have more than made up for that with strong artwork and curating exhibitions of young peoples' work in her home borough. The point is though that she quit while she was ahead.
TV Smith, her hubby, is still doing 200 shows a year and there really is no excuse for missing him next time he is in town. He's as relevant today as he's ever been.
As a professional punk, however, Joolz would struggle to agitate a mayonnaise these days.
Jack believed in the inherent goodness of humanity, and felt a deep social responsibility to protect that. Through us all, Jack marches on.