|Steve Hooker - 'Punk Rock 'n' Roll The Boots That Time Forgot'|
|1977 - 1979|
''How Did You Know?'' - Steve Hooker Band
S.H. - "B side of the Wax Records single - one foot in New York punk and the other in rhythm and blues! "
"If You Don't Do The Business" - The Heat
S.H. - "Lead track of the EP on Takeaway Records - our first record release."
"I'm Looking For You" - Steve Hooker Band
"Nothing To Say" - The Vampire Lovers
S.H. - "Almost made it onto Waterfront Records - eventually home of The Shakers! "
|5. "Rock 'n' Roll Doctor" - The Heat|
|6. "I'm Hooked" - The Heat|
- The Heat
S.H. - "Remaining tracks from the Takeaway EP."
- Steve Hooker Band
S.H. - "A side for Wax Records - produced by and co written with old friend Kursaal Flyer Paul Shuttleworth."
|Notes by Steve Hooker (S.H.)|
Rock 'n' Roll The Boots That Time Forgot'
|To be released as downloads via iTunes. A very limited pressing cd will be available to friends and fans, musicians involved and radio stations.|
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Steve Hooker -- Notes on The Tracks:
to Steve Hooker about this compilation, he said "As you can imagine
there are quite a lot of tapes down in the vaults! Actually combined with
the material I've worked on with Polecats and Morrissey mainman Boz Boorer
there are a hell of a lot of tapes down there!"
" It seems unlikely that we will have the recourses to press the bulk of this onto cd or vinyl, or even the space to store if we did - so we are remastering much of our combined archive for release as downloads via iTunes."
" Of the ten studio recordings I made between 1977 and 1979 - eight have been compiled as "Punk Rock 'n' Roll - The Boots That Time Forgot".
Notes on Photo:
"The photo was taken in in Station Road Westcliff on 4th August 1979 - following a brief performance on the roof of the punk boutique Nasty's. S.H.B. drummer Chad and yours truly are reasoning with the Old Bill after the plugs were pulled!"
- Steve Hooker. Southchurch 2007.