• U.K. Subs play the Town Mill, Mansfield, England

Line up:
Charlie Harper – vocals & harmonica
Jet – guitar
Alvin Gibbs – bass
Jamie Oliver – drums

Charlie Harper - Vocals & Harmonica Jet - Guitar Alvin Gibbs - bass. Click to enlarge Jamie Oliver -   Drums

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The following article appeared on the Independent's website:


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Shake, rattle and roll!: The best live albums of all time

To celebrate the 40th anniversary re-release of The Who Live at Leeds, Elisa Bray looks at the history of one of the greatest live albums ever, while musicians choose the albums that define the genre for them

Tim Burgess, singer in The Charlatans, chooses:

Sid Vicious: Sid Sings (1979)

"My favourite live album would have to be Sid Sings because basically it was the first live album I ever bought. When it came out I was 11 and punk. I remember a flurry of really great live albums: Crash Course by the UK Subs and Live (X Cert) by The Stranglers, but it was Sid all the way for me. It was recorded mostly at Max's Kansas City in NYC, doing cover versions of New York Dolls, Heartbreakers and the Stooges, plus the Pistols' singles "My Way" and "Something Else". With this one album he taught me about Frank Sinatra, Eddie Cochran, Johnny Thunders and Iggy Pop. Nothing really comes close to this."