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Jools Holland

Barefaced Lies and Boogie-Woogie Boasts by Jools Holland

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It does what it says in the title describing the serendipity and hardwork involved in the music and media business. He was there, played the piano and now can drop the names. It is a long list of known and lesser-known musicians and none the worse for that. I turned to Spotify, of course, and it does provide hours of surprise from working with so many varied stars.
They really did use Concorde in that way!
It was publsihed in 2007 and I would like to read an update.

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By Angus Willson

Angus Willson is editor of this site and author of this blogpost.

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