This Day In Music's Guide To The Clash (This Day In Music's Guide 1)

This Day In Music's Guide To The Clash (This Day In Music's Guide 1)

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This Day in Music's Guide to The Clash details their rise from roots in bands such as the 101'ers to their memorable emergence, 1977's startling eponymous LP breaking them and double-album London Calling seeing that decade out in style, their place in music history already secured, putting them on the road to global success before the spark that ignited them ultimately burned them out. This ultimate companion to the band appraises and examines not only the studio output, but examines how they broke America, the many tours and interviews, and sheds light on how they fell apart at the height of success. This Day in Music's Guide to The Clash also details the individual members' stories, examining post-split careers and the heartbreak surrounding front-man Joe Strummer's early death, profiling other key personnel involved with a group celebrated for their political stance, rebellious outlook and influential experimentation as much as their music, their legacy intact long after the classic line-up - Strummer, Jones, Simonon, Headon - last shared a stage.

About Author

Freelance writer Malcolm Wyatt has more than 20 years behind him in regional journalism, and now spends much of his working days between This Day in Music and other writing projects, including feature/ interviews for regional newspapers and his popular writewyattuk.com website, started six years ago and including one-to-ones with a veritable who's who of big names from the world of music, comedy, arts and literature. Interrogated victims include David Baddiel, Bill Bailey, Belinda Carlisle, Lloyd Cole, Julian Cope, Alan Davies, Graham Gouldman, Justin Hayward, Ian Hunter, Wilko Johnson, Howard Jones, Lulu, John Lydon, Graham Nash, Gary Numan, Jimmy Osmond.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781999592745
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 320
  • ID: 9781999592745
  • ISBN10: 1999592743

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