Kevin Short Band | Punk Strut - The Album

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Punk Strut - The Album

by Kevin Short Band

Featuring songs from the award-winning film Punk Strut - the Movie. Power Pop Punk mixed with fun lyrics and a couple poignant punk ballads. It all starts with the classic punk dance track Punk Strut.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Punk Strut
2:27 $1.62
2. Short Cut
3:00 $1.62
3. Body Talk
2:20 $1.62
4. Half Moon and the North Star
3:28 $1.62
5. But I love Her
3:30 $1.62
6. Have a Bath
3:42 $1.62
7. Pray
3:24 $1.62
8. I Want You More Than Need You
2:15 $1.62
9. Punk Struttin'
2:08 $1.62
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Led by Kevin Short, with Simon Webb on keyboards, Les Davidson on Guitar, Gary Twigg on Bass, Jimmy F Copley on Drums, with vocals by Kevin Short, Fiona McArthur, Karena Kelly, and Simon Webb, Punk Strut the Album features songs from Kevin Short’s semi-autobiographical film Punk Strut – the Movie. Kevin Short, signed to EMI records, Intersong/Chappell, and Dick James Music in the 70’s and 80’s, has two cult classic collector’s records from the past: Punk Strut (1978) Have a Bath (1980) – following his band Kevin Short and His Privates (EMI) he formed Slaks (DJM) then went on to form rockabilly band The Junction (BBC records) The present Kevin Short Band is a reforming of the 1970’s Band, with the addition of Manfred Mann’s now drummer Jimmy F Copley. Punk strut – the Album is a celebration of the punk years gone by, and the punk years still to come.



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