This book has been painstakingly researched in depth, cataloguing not only Eric's but the whole Liverpool music scene since the early days of rock n roll.
Well March 18th at 9.30am I heard a loud thud upon my door mat, I went to see what the postman had brought me and to my most pleasant surprise it was a huge book called `Liverpool Eric's, all the best clubs are downstairs, everybody knows that..'. I immediately browsed to find the section which I had contributed to, chuckled at the old photos. The layout is wonderfully done, in a punk style text and dark edged pages giving it a vintage theme.
I love the way they have chosen the names for the chapter's, I am still working my way through the many pages, but you won't be disappointed. Read the interviews, the stories and see the photos, it brings it all to life again.I especially enjoyed reading all about Rodger Eagle and his history, the many tales from people who knew him.
I was a regular Eric's goer and I have a little piece in the book, so maybe you think I'm biased. However it is a huge tome of a book,hard to put down. If you like me enjoy reading about musical history especially one which you were part of, then you MUST buy the book.It's the book which had everything going for it but then something came along to scupper the proceedings, eventually after years of much passion, perseverance and determination from Jaki Florek, it came to press. Thanks to Jaki and Paul for your Eric's book and for making our memories a part of your history. I will treasure it!!