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Ep. 10: Series 1 Finale with James Endeacott & Tony Fletcher
We close out the first Series/Season of the Jamming! Fanzine Podcast with an interview conducted by James Endeacott, for Soho Radio's Morning Glory show, with Jamming! founder Tony Fletcher. The conversation traces the full story of the fanzine that grew up, from schoolboy beginnings to corporate break up. Between them, they discuss The Clash, The Jam, the DIY Records Scene, fanzines, regionalism, Crass, reggae, Smiley Culture, the Rezillos, the Undertones, Billy Bragg, the Dead Kennedys, R.E.M., Robert Wyatt, The Smiths, The Fall, politics, poetry, synth pop, and much much more. James is a former member of Loop, a former A&R Director with Rough Trade, and author of his own memoir The Tall Short Stories of James Endeacott, published by Rough Trade Books. Tony Fletcher will be appearing at the following cities to discuss THE BEST OF JAMMING! SELECTIONS & STORIES FROM THE FANZINE THAT GREW UP 1977-1986. Weds Feb 23rd, LONDON, CAMDEN TOWN ROCK n' 'ROLL BOOK CLUB, in conversation with Tony Gleed Thurs Feb 24th, BRIGHTON, RIALTO THEATRE, in conversation with Guy Pratt Fri FEB 25th, HASTINGS ELECTRIC PALACE CINEMA, in conversation with DJ Wendy May following a screening of the movie ROUGH CUT & READY DUBBED. Tues Mar 29th, NEW YORK CITY, BOWERY ELECTRIC, in conversation with John Schaefer. For more information on all of these events, including times and ticket prices, visit https://www.facebook.com/theTonyFletcher/events James Endeacott can be found at https://twitter.com/jamesendeacott Tony Fletcher can be found at https://tonyfletcher.net/ The Best of Jamming!: Selections and Stories from the Fanzine That Grew Up 1977-86 is published by Omnibus Press OmnibusPress.com 'The Jamming! Fanzine Podcast Theme' is by Noel Fletcher. Editing assistance and art by Greg Morton. https://shows.acast.com/the-jamming-fanzine-podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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