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This review is from: In The Pleasure Groove: Love, Death & Duran Duran (Hardcover)I too am a Brummie born and bred. It was so funny to read about John bunking off to go into the city centre. I did exactly the same and went to Reddington's to buy photos that had been taken at their gigs (I still have them all lovely cared for in my photo albums). This book is fascintating; it made me smile, laugh and remember some very good times (I must apologise now to Mr Taylor for stealing a stone from his parents front garden and also apologise for being one of those pesky Duranie's that would bang on the side of the bus). I also had a few tears because he was obviously so very lonely. Life in a band may be rock n roll but my God you pay the price. A great read and real eye opener. A must for all Duranies but even those out their that would poo poo this band i.e NME!! This band and JT's music (still got a picture on my wall) is the soundtrack of my life, DD have seen me through school, college, boyfriends, heartache, marriage, children (still annoyed I didn't get to name my daugher Rio) death and divorce. I am a proud Brummie and proud that this kid from this neck of the woods did well and I am glad he is in a good place and happy with his lot.
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Initial post: 1 Oct 2012 18:29:38 BDT
Seven Ragged Tigers says:
Great review,been a fan of DD ever since I heard Planet Earth,and followed them ever since.Dont normally read a lot of books,being dyslexic I find it hard work(taken me ages and a lot of looking things up in a dictionary to write this)but I think Im going to give this one a go,thanks a lot and all the best.
In reply to an earlier post on 1 Dec 2013 10:01:01 GMT
Miss Paula M. Grilo says:
I wanted to call my daughter Rio too!
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