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TV Smith: Tales of the Emergency Sandwich – book review

The diaries reveal a man absolutely committed to ideals he formulated as a young punk in the late seventies. His is not a stubborn committal to a look or fashion (although there are some wardrobe issues), but to the ethos of punk and to the music, and in his case, the personal evolution of that music. His path as musician feels not like it’s a chosen livelihood, but a vocation.

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