Quelques liens vers bandcamp, extrait de critiques de disques signé Sylvain Coulon dans l’excellent Dig It ! n°71...octobre 2017.
Des bouquins aussi comme cette autobiographie de Steve Jones :
Steve Jones s’autobiote enfin. « Maintenant, c’est mon tour ! » s’exclame-t-il dans Lonely Boy . Les autres Sex Pistols se sont déjà longuement épanchés : John Lydon, deux fois, et Glen Matlock, une fois. Ne manquent plus que les souvenirs d’égotisme de Paul Cook. En attendant Godot, Steve Jones balance sa purée et là, les gars, on en prend plein la vue.
...la suite dans le n°71 de Dig It !
source : ►http://digitfanzine.chez.com/digit.html
présentation par Chrissie Hynde sur le site de l’éditeur :
Without the Sex Pistols there would be no Punk. And without Steve Jones there would be no Sex Pistols. It was Steve who formed Kutie Jones and his Sex Pistols, the band that eventually went on to become the Sex Pistols, with his schoolmate Paul Cook and who was its original leader. As the world celebrates the 40th anniversary of Punk – the influence and cultural significance of which is felt in music, fashion and the visual arts to this day – Steve tells his story for the very first time.
Steve’s modern Dickensian tale begins in the streets of Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush, West London, where as a lonely, neglected boy living off his wits and petty thievery he is given purpose by the glam art rock of David Bowie and Roxy Music and becomes one of the first generation of ragamuffin punks taken under the wings of Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood. For the very first time Steve describes the sadness of never having known his dad, the neglect and abuse he suffered at the hands of his step father, and how his interest in music and fashion saved him from a potential life of crime spent in remand centres and prison. From the Kings Road of the early seventies, through the years of the Sex Pistols, Punk Rock and the recording of Never Mind the Bollocks (ranked number 41 in Rolling Stone magazine’s Best Albums of All Time), to his self-imposed exile in New York and Los Angeles where he battled with alcohol, heroin and sex addiction – caught in a cycle of rehab and relapse – Lonely Boy, written with music journalist and author Ben Thompson, is the story of an unlikely guitar hero who, with the Sex Pistols, changed history
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