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1977 is the year of the punk movement's enormous productivity, the moment was characterized by a huge musical and aesthetic impact with it's epicenter in London. '77 is recounted through a detailed chronicle that day by day reminds you of the sensational news events - often out of proportion - by the British scandal press, the countless record releases, shows, books, fanzines, and reviews in the leading Anglo-Saxon music magazines. The publication is a very rich almanac enriched by a collection of anecdotes generously told to the author, Matteo Torcinovich, by those who lived through that era firsthand. Musicians, writers, photographers such as Gaye Black of the Adverts, legendary Roxy Club founder Andrew Czezowski, Ana da Silva of the Raincoats, photographer Peter Gravelle, Lora Logic of X-Ray Spex, journalist Kris Needs, and many more... 1977 - Don't Call It Punk provides research and insight that will guide you through an explosive artistic/musical mix generated in this period.