England's Glory

A short-lived band but a significant one. They were Peter Perrett's band prior to the formation of The Only Ones. A Dylan obsessive, Perrett had released an acoustic demo in the Spring of 1972. Harry Kakoulli, a talented bass player who later played with Squeeze before recording two albums, completed the line-up together with Jon Newey and David Clarke who'd earlier played in an early seventies acid-rock group, They Bite. This outfit had been a regular attraction at underground clubs and student union gigs during 1970/71 supporting bands like Stone The Crows, T2 and Uriel. Jon Newey, incidentally, went on to work for 'Sounds' and became publisher of Tower Records' 'Top Magazine'.


England's Glory - England's Glory album art England's Glory England's Glory (Album) Not On Label UK 1973 Sell This Version

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HZR-160 England's Glory - City Of Fun album art England's Glory City Of Fun(7", Single) HoZac Records HZR-160 US 2014 Sell This Version


MOTORCD1020 England's Glory - The First And Last album art England's Glory The First And Last(CD, Comp) Diesel Motor Records MOTORCD1020 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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