Spirit of '76: London Punk Eyewitness
In April 1976, John Ingham saw The Sex Pistols and knew it was the future. A week later he conducted their first interview. A writer for the British music paper Sounds , he spent the rest of the year chronicling the emergence of the Punk movement, including the first appearances of The Clash, The Buzzcocks and The Damned. Noting that much of it was going un-photographed, he started taking a camera to concerts and chronicled the final months of 1976 as Punk took over Britain. His writing has appeared in The Observer, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, NME, CREEM, Mojo, Uncut, The Word, and a number of anthologies.
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