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Bermondsey Boy: Memories of a Forgotten World by Tommy Steele
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5.0 out of 5 stars A true British icon, 22 May 2014
Tommy has given us a real insight into life at the end of WW2 and through the fifties etc. with a true cockney flavour of humour along with tragedies.
Well worth a read for those who lived this era like me, and a good historical picture for younger readers.
He was the first rock star in the UK!!
Going to Sea in a Sieve: The Autobiography by Danny Baker
5.0 out of 5 stars A Very Amusing Read, 5 April 2014
This gave a real insight into Danny's growing up years in a working class household, with views about many things, and his passion for music, all of which I found fascinating, and strangely close to my own tastes, even though I am about 12 years older.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tommy Steele a legend, 29 Mar 2014
This song from an exciting time in British popular music, when we enjoyed a laugh from our music sometimes, Tommy was
originally our first rock n roll singer, then he moved on with various genres, and has for the last forty years been a great musical actor both on stage and in film. He is still going strong!