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Mark Ford: John Cale

16 September 1999
What’s Welsh for Zen? The Autobiography of John Cale 
by Victor Bockris.
Bloomsbury, 272 pp., £20, January 1999, 0 7475 3668 6
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... the skiffle of Lonnie Donegan and, of course, the emerging rock of Elvis Presley. With the help of Victor Bockris – author of a biography of Andy Warhol – Cale has written a thoughtful and entertaining autobiography in a strikingly original format: a slab of a book, bound in cardboard, combining photographs, facsimiles, cartoons, sketches and a ...

Afloat with Static

Jenny Turner: Hey, Blondie!

9 December 2019
Face It 
by Debbie Harry.
HarperCollins, 352 pp., £20, October 2019, 978 0 00 822942 9
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... Blondie (1980) and in Making Tracks: The Rise of Blondie (1982), an autobiography ghosted by Victor Bockris but written, supposedly, by Harry herself, in collaboration with her guitarist and then lover, Chris Stein.This new memoir is also ghosted, by Sylvie Simmons, and is packaged more as a fan book than a piece of writing, with pics and graphics ...

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