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again and again and again....,
This review is from: Totally Wired: Postpunk Interviews and Overviews (Paperback)
There is apparently a new hefty work of non-fiction soon to be published by John Paul Middle Reynolds called "More notes..." in which he/she/they have gathered notes that were written on scraps of paper, backs of enveloppes, found in bins, written whilst various music books were written then gahered together in this book with a cut up collage of previous covers, shopping lists and reminders such as- take cat to vet- and some indecipherable phone numbers.
Rather lengthy at 927 pages, including notes about the notes and a bibliography that is 194 pages and some very dark family photos.
But its a must for any true fan of post-punk-rock-hip-glam-electro-jazz-folk-funk.
"Rip it up and start again" was a great piece of work. Do we need this as well? Discuss in no less than 50,00 words