Loose Canon: The Extraordinary Songs of Clive James and Pete Atkin

Loose Canon The Extraordinary Songs of Clive James and Pete Atkin For the last years Clive James has been writing remarkable songs witty moving sometimes satirical often thrillingly poetic with his musical partner Pete Atkin They ve written than together

  • Title: Loose Canon: The Extraordinary Songs of Clive James and Pete Atkin
  • Author: Ian Shircore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For the last 50 years, Clive James has been writing remarkable songs witty, moving, sometimes satirical, often thrillingly poetic with his musical partner, Pete Atkin They ve written than 200 together, releasing the first album of their work in 1970 and the last in 2015 John Peel loved them So did Kenny Everett Stephen Fry is a huge fan And Clive himself beliFor the last 50 years, Clive James has been writing remarkable songs witty, moving, sometimes satirical, often thrillingly poetic with his musical partner, Pete Atkin They ve written than 200 together, releasing the first album of their work in 1970 and the last in 2015 John Peel loved them So did Kenny Everett Stephen Fry is a huge fan And Clive himself believes these songs are the best things he s ever done Loose Canon explores the sparkling lyrics and brilliantly memorable tunes that have won Clive and Pete a fanatical cult following but still managed to remain the British music industry s best kept secret Stephen Fry has written an incredibly generous and enthusiastic foreword.

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    1. I've been a lover of the Pete Atkin & Clive James songs since pretty much their start in the mid 70s and I was delighted to find this book.Their music never troubled the charts, they were the equivelent in the book world of literary works which never reach a chart dominated by genre fiction. Thus it's said Pete and Clive went straight from obscurity to cult status, missing out any of the intervening fame and fortune. They were successful elsewhere of course. Pete has had a distinguished care [...]

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