Malcolm McLaren 22/01/1946 – 08/04/2010

I was just getting tomorrow’s post together when L shouted up the stairs that Malcolm McLaren had died.

A couple of weeks ago I did a post featuring the 12″ mix of Something’s Jumping In Your Shirt and I still can’t believe that up until yesterday when I cut the link it had been downloaded more than twice as many times as the second most downloaded track which is something that I had not been expecting.

Here are 2 tracks which I think of when McLaren’s name is mentioned.

Bow Wow Wow – C30, C60, C90 (which my mate’s older brother had on cassette single)

and

Malcolm McLaren – Madame Butterfly (from an album that is actually better than I thought it would be)

Mclaren will probably be cutting a deal with auld Nick as I type.

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8 Responses to Malcolm McLaren 22/01/1946 – 08/04/2010

  1. ANCB says:

    Only just heard myself…bummer RIP

  2. Simon says:

    Says a lot about these times that I heard about it through somebody's Facebook status…

    I love Madame Butterfly. I think the music post Pistols that Mclaren was involved in was better than the Pistols personally.

    Sad.

  3. Mondo says:

    However you regard him Genius or Jinx (I veer towards Genius)Pulling the threads of punk together ~ and dressing it: I still wouldn't have the front to wear a Destroy shirt even now), discovered Boy George, reinvented Adam Ant broke Hip Hop in the UK and put world music on a world stage – not a bad run really

  4. drew says:

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  5. drew says:

    Without him and the Pistols at the Free Trade Hall there would have been no Fall. For that alone I will be eternally grateful to him.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Whether I agreed or disagreed with him I would always listen to or read what Malcolm McLaren had to say as he had a truly original mind.

    The world's just got even blander without him.

  7. drew says:

    Anonymous – that is a great statement about the world being blander without him.

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