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- 220 x 141 x 26 mm
- 394 g
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Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn
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Coal Black Mornings
Brett Anderson came from a world impossibly distant from rock star success, and in Coal Black Mornings he traces the journey that took him from a childhood as 'a snotty, sniffy, slightly maudlin sort of boy raised on Salad Cream and milky tea and ...
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Si en Mananas negras como el carbon Brett Anderson daba cuenta de su infancia y juventud en Haywards Heath y de los inciertos inicios de Suede, en la segunda entrega de sus memorias, el cantante se sumerge en la etapa mas intensa y convulsa del gr...
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True to his word, this is another music book that steers away from the expected... it has a brazen confidence and it's rarely dull. As such, Afternoons With the Blinds Down is a worthy successor to Coal Black Mornings. I look forward to the third installment, in which Anderson hits middle age, which will surely be called Evenings Under the Electric Blanket. -- Ed Potton * The Times * Thanks to his thoughtful analysis of those wild times, Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn lets in a lot of light -- Victoria Segal * Sunday Times * You're unlikely to read another music autobiography quite as honestly reflective as this one * Sunday Express * Honest and lyrical . . . Anderson, in his lyrics, has always been fantastic at capturing the sleaze of underground city living and he does the same here . . . Anderson's writing is as he is in real life: sharp, unsparing and sensitive -- Miranda Sawyer * Observer * True to his word, this is another music book that steers away from the expected . . . it has a brazen confidence and it's rarely dull. As such, Afternoons With the Blinds Down is a worthy successor to Coal Black Mornings -- Ed Potton * The Times * A compelling personal account of the dramas of a singular British band -- Neil Tennant Anderson writes with a combination of guarded introspection and detachment . . . he conjures a cracked and confused persona, fumbling his way through a bizarre early adulthood, by turns gleefully hedonistic and wantonly self-destructive, hardworking and profligate, egotistical and insecure, a character more likely to be seen shuffling around in a dressing-grown smoking fags and staring out the window than prancing on the stage . . . Afternoons With the Blinds Drawn is another milestone in a flourishing latterday career * Guardian *
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Brett Anderson is the founder and lead singer of Suede.