Sunday, 17 December 2006


ben trovato [warily watching the broomstick topping up the already overfull water butts] writes:

I was amused to read that in the late 1970s, when punk invaded the more genteel "family entertainment" scene, established chart-toppers such as the Carpenters and Captain and Tennille were miffed when their recording company signed up the Sex Pistols, whom they considered very down-market. But what finally tipped the balance and precipitated a walk-out was when the producers assigned a parking space at the studios to the Pistols while the established stars had to take pot luck.....