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London Calling: A Countercultural History of London Since 1945, by Barry Miles

This is a highly personal account of the growth of the artistic and political Counterculture centred mostly on Soho, Camden, the West End and The King’s Road, a literary cavalcade of painters, writers, poets and subversives spanning the last sixty-odd years. It … Continue reading

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Twice Born Men, by Sweet Billy Pilgrim

‘Atmospheric ‘– it’s a vague word, a cliché denoting New Age clouds of fluffy feyness or dark, urban backstairs fixes in imaginary shooting galleries. But if I had to choose one word only to describe Twice Born Men, then it’s an … Continue reading

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