This day in Sex Pistols history... January 20th 1977. While recording demos with soundman Dave Goodman at Goosebury Studios, NBC News America film the band in the studio performing No Future (aka God Save The Queen).The footage is later included in the 2000 Sex Pistols documentary film 'The Filth and Fury'.
This day in Sex Pistols history... January 17-20 1977. The Pistols record a batch of demos with soundman Dave Goodman at Goosebury Sound Studios in Gerrard Street, London. Songs recorded: New York / Unlimited Edition (aka EMI) / Liar / Pretty Vacant / Problems / No Future (aka God Save The Queen). All songs from this recording session are included on the NMTB super-deluxe box set.
This day in Sex Pistols history... Jan 16th 1978. John, Steve and Paul meet briefly at the MiYako Hotel in San Francisco to discuss their future. There is no formal decision to split but without any guidance from management the band fizzles out and they go their separate ways.
This day in Sex Pistols history... January 14th 1978. Sex Pistols play Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, USA. The last date of the US tour. In the hours and days after the show frustration between the Pistols and management reaches boiling point and the band eventually split.
This day in Sex Pistols history... January 13th 1978. Steve Jones and Paul Cook are interviewed on Radio K-San, Francisco. The following day, prior to the Winterland show, John and Sid are also interviewed. Clips later appear on the Some Product & More Product interview albums.