Entertaining story of the influential yet historically overlooked Liverpool group. Du Noyer draws a vivid account of mid-70s Liverpool...
Centred on interviews with Deaf School alumni, the best insights come from the author, who describes it as ‘a fan’s gift of gratitude’.
...makes you want to jump into a time machine destined for 1970s Hope Street so you can experience that buzz for yourself.
The Exhibition at Liverpool John Moores University may have closed but, as the title states, it really does go on forever!
Just click on the door to the left to be taken direct to the virtual Exhibition!
Holly and Clive catch up!
"Deaf School was a unique inspirational touchstone for a whole generation of creative rebellion and musical ambition."
"For me, the gigs Deaf School have done recently have been some of the best I’ve seen by any band."
"In the whole history of Liverpool music two bands matter most, one is The Beatles and the other is Deaf School."
Paul du Noyer
Insert body text here ...
Enrico & Bette xx
You are viewing the text version of this site.
Need help? check the requirements page.
You need Flash to use this feature