Bow Wow Wow: Hull Concert Poster-1981


Offered is an Original 76x51cm Concert Poster For Bow Wow Wow on 18Th October 1981 From Hull City Hall See Jungle UK Tour.

Bow Wow Wow became a carnivalesque live draw, and during a February 1981 performance featured a secondary singer, billed by McLaren as Lieutenant Lush, who became known as Boy George. The next month, Bow Wow Wow were on the singles chart again with “W.O.R.K. (N.O. Nah, No No My Daddy Don’t),” on which Barbarossa’s Stanley Clarke-inspired slap bass bubbled to the fore. The band’s EMI deal expired and was replaced with an RCA contract, the first fruit of which was the “Prince of Darkness” single. That October, See Jungle! See Jungle! Go Join Your Gang Yeah, City All Over! Go Ape Crazy! arrived as the band’s first proper album. Its biggest single was “Go Wild in the Country,” a Top Ten U.K. hit. The LP sleeve’s re-creation of Manet’s Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe, photographed by Andy Earl, raised an objection from Lwin’s mother, who prompted a Scotland Yard investigation regarding exploitation of a minor for immoral purposes. The U.S. edition of the album sported a different image. (The controversial photograph was later displayed at the National Portrait Gallery in London.)


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