Anthony Reynolds was born in Wales in the early 1970's. He is not the author of the Sci-Fi books.
He has to date completed four biographies (On Scott Walker and The Walker Brothers, Jeff Buckley, Japan and Leonard Cohen). The latter has been translated into nine languages, the Japan biography in English and Japanese. He has also published two collections of poetry and lyrics ('These Roses taste like ashes', 'Calling all Demons').
In April of 2010 'The Impossible dream' was nominated for the Association for Recorded Sound Collections Awards for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research.
He has released several albums and countless EPs. Three albums with the group called JACK ; 'Pioneer Soundtracks', 'The Jazz Age' and 'The End of the way it's always been'. Two with the group called JACQUES ; 'How to Make Love - Part One' (A Collaboration with Momus) and 'To Stars'. He has released one album under the name 'anthony' ; 'Neu York' and one under his own name, 'British Ballads'. He also collaborated with the writer Colin Wilson on an album, 'A World of Colin Wilson'. A 2CD Compilation, 'Life's too long' featuring tracks from all of the above was released in 2011.
He has also composed the soundtrack to two full length films ; 'Open My eyes' (2016) and 'Adrift in Soho' (2016), the latter scheduled for release on Static caravan records in 2017.
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Author photograph by Cathy Boyce.