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Hilarious footage has captured the moment BBC presenter Dan Walker was interrupted by two people apparently having sex behind him on a beach in Rio.A professional Walker couldn't help but smile as he presented a round-up of the day's action, while the pair could be seen getting cosy over his shoulder.
On one occasion, they rustled up the funds to help the Germs record a new single.“We booked studio time in Hollywood in the middle of the night,” recalls Samiof.
The concept for the loud-mouthed, photo-driven newsprint magazine — whose name was inspired by British slang for urination — was put together over just a few weeks in spring 1977.
Its layouts were improvised and its drippy logo was sketched out on a paper bag in 30 minutes. A.’s early punk scene, documenting now-legendary musical acts while they were still in their infancy.
“People thought it looked like a monster magazine.”Even so, within months, Slash had become an essential part of L. People read [Slash] religiously.” Plus, there was Slash’s unfiltered voice and gruff honesty.“Most of the people they had writing for them were very smart and funny — especially Claude Bessy,” she says. If someone was hammered and throwing up somewhere, they’d write about it.” “There was no hero worship,” says Gabel.
A.’s rising punk movement — with journalists from the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times and Rolling Stone occasionally calling the contributors for their views on the scene.“There are so many sources now,” says Kristine Mc Kenna, a writer and critic who covered punk and other music for The L. “You don’t get the sense that they wrote the questions out in advance.
On a given day, they might be interviewing reggae star Peter Tosh amid a cloud of marijuana smoke at a motel on Santa Monica Boulevard.