Rahul Sharma

England's Glory (band)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Active from  1973
Genre  Rock
England's Glory (band) hozacrecordscomwpcontentuploads201410Englan
Albums  Legendary Lost Album, City of Fun / Shattered Illusions
Record labels  HoZac Records, Anagram Records
Similar  Peter Perrett, John Perry, Alan Mair, Mike Kellie, The Only Ones

England's Glory were Peter Perrett's pre-The Only Ones band and included Perrett on guitar and vocals, Jon Newey on drums and percussion, Harry Kakouli (later of Squeeze) on bass and Dave Clarke on lead guitar. They received little attention from record companies and failed to secure a record deal. Perrett's vocal style at the time was reminiscent of Lou Reed, and NME journalist Nick Kent was almost fooled into believing that the acetate of England's Glory demos was, in fact, a bootleg of Velvet Underground outtakes. All of the band's recordings have now been issued since the success of The Only Ones.

Contents

The band's first album, unreleased at the time and commonly known as The Legendary Lost Album, was composed of 13 tracks, two of which, "Peter & The Pets" and "City of Fun", would go on to be recorded by The Only Ones. A final album, The First and Last, was released on CD in 2005 and included the band's 1973 EMI recordings and 1973 acoustic demos.

Compilations

  • The Legendary Lost Album (Anagram, 1989)
  • The First and Last (Diesel Motor, 2005)
  • Songs

    City of FunLegendary Lost Album · 1989
    Peter & The PetsLegendary Lost Album · 1989
    Predictably BlondeLegendary Lost Album · 1989

    References

    England's Glory (band) Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Alan Mair
    Mike Kellie
    Peter Perrett
    Topics