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ISBN: 978-1-906085-04-9
Publisher: Headhunter
Imprint: Headhunter
Publication date: 27th November 2007
Published in: Aldwick
Format: Paperback
Pages: 250
Height: 203
Width: 156



Interview by Dotun Adebayo about my book 'God's Lonely Men'
BBC Radio 5 Live 13th April 2008 (approx. 25 mins. in total)

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My first book 'God's Lonely Men' is now available at a discounted price through this website. All copies will be personally signed by myself. Payment can be made securely using virtually any credit or debit card. Anyone wishing to pay by Cheque or postal order please email me first for details.

In the book I take you on an insider’s journey through the late seventies Punk Rock phenomenon whilst maintaining an outsider’s view on society at large from my position as the drummer in West London hopefuls The Lurkers. I chart our progress from the pubs and clubs to Top of the Pops and back again, giving a wry look at the music business in the process. But this is much more than a ‘warts ‘n all’ look at the rock ‘n’ roll industry, here we see future rock stars soon to have the world at their feet rubbing shoulders with everyday people struggling against the odds to find their feet in the world.

It is a story that mixes brutal humour with a sharp critique of the human condition from the point of view of a working class individual, who despite often being at odds with the world around him still finds a connection with like minded souls along the way.

More than a mere rock ‘n’ roll fable, ‘God’s Lonely Men’ is for anyone interested in ‘people’ and their attitudes towards one another in a tale which looks at right and wrong and is never afraid to take sides.

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