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Matteo Sedazzari: A Crafty Cigarette. Tales of A Teenage Mod – book review"
Matteo Sedazzari – A Crafty Cigarette. Tales of A Teenage Mod (Old Dog Books) Out now Jamie Havlin reviews a rites of passage novel about an aspiring young Mod growing up in Surrey suburbia during the late 70s and early 80s heyday of The Jam. A Crafty Cigarette is a short novel which comes across […]
Oasis and the Millennium Meltdown 1995 – 2000 : Where Did It All Go Wrong? – book review"
Oasis and the Millennium Meltdown 1995 – 2000 Where Did it All Go Wrong? Nick Amies Published by Lipps-Amies Publishing Out now Hardcore Oasis fans will find little new material in this book. Nick Amies states at the beginning that there is no band involvement and with the exception of Johnny Hopkins (their press […]
The Rock Poster Art of Todd Slater – book review"
The Rock Poster Art of Todd Slater (Flood Gallery Publishing) Out Now Jamie Havlin takes a look at the first book dedicated to the work of one of the world’s finest rock poster artists, Todd Slater. If you don’t recognise the name Todd Slater, it’s still very possible that you have seen at least some […]
Harvey Kubernik: Neil Young: Heart of Gold – book review"
Harvey Kubernik Neil Young – Heart of Gold (Omnibus Press) Available now Jamie Havlin reviews a new biography of veteran rocker Neil Young, timed to coincide with Young’s 70th birthday. Harvey Kubernik is acknowledged by many as one of America’s finest music critics and authors, and here he examines the long and wide ranging career of […]
Attila The Stockbroker: Arguments Yard – Book Review"
Attila The Stockbroker – Arguments Yard (Cherry Red Books) Available Now Performance poet and left-leaning commentator Attila the Stockbroker turns his pen on himself, with his new autobiography, Arguments Yard. Louder Than War’s Dave Jennings reviews. Eleven years ago, fans of Wrexham Football Club discovered that the intentions of their current owners may not have […]