Glen Matlock – Interview

So, Tuesday the 24th November at 12 o’clock I meet Glen inside the Worlds End Shop. It’s a lot quieter inside after my other interviews in the street. He tells me the news that the Turkish have just shot down a Russian Bomber over Syria…What a mess…
The particular reason I wanted to interview Glen was because he had worked in the shop for two years starting in 1974 when the shop was transitioning from ‘Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die’ to ‘SEX’ (Glen helped make the pink PVC shop sign) & I wanted to ask him about this pivotal time.
I was sure I’d seen an early photo of Glen in the shop but I seem to have been mistaken.
Of course Glen is better known as the bass player in the early Sex Pistols & is credited with co-writing all but two of the tracks on the album ‘Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’.
So another great privilege for us, Glen Matlock, 19 minutes…Let it roll!

Glen Matlock

Oh yes & by the way…A Happy Xmas to you All…Peace on Earth & Good Will to All Men …& Women  ( & hopefully there will be a bit more of it in 2016 )

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3 thoughts on “Glen Matlock – Interview

  1. Happy Christmas to you as well, Ben! Thanks for posting this interview, and I’ll look forward to your posts in the New Year.

    All the Best,

  2. loved this interview , only ever met glenn once and a nice bloke .
    thanks for the interview ben .

  3. A great little interview again. Nice to see inside the shop aswell, there is nowhere like Worlds End.

    Nice work Ben x