So It Goes

The very last show of season 2 (and indeed the programme as a whole) sees Ian Dury perform a recital in tribute to Charlie Mingus (american Jazz bassist, composer and activist against racism, who died that year), Steel Pulse perform 'Makka Spliff (The Colly Man)' and 'Klu Klux Klan' at the Elizabethan Ballroom, Belle Vue, Manchester and The Clash perform 'Capital Radio' at the same venue. After a few quick questions, Ian Dury recites the 'Bus Driver's Prayer' and The Clash play out, performing 'Janie Jones' at the Elizabethan Ballroom once more (end credits roll before the end of the performance). Iggy Pop's expletive filled performance in show 4 in october '77 lead to the demise of the show. … The set was recreated for the film about Anthony H Wilson, "24 Hour Party People".

Media Details
Content Type: Programme Titles
Picture: 4:3 Colour
Quality: HQ
Production and Transmission
Production Co.:Granada Television
Country: United Kingdom
Channel / Service: ITV
Talent and Credits
Presenter: Tony Wilson
Posted by: TVARK