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Who is Alan Clayson?
Alan Clayson is a singer-songwriter, who was popular in the late 1970s as leader of Clayson and the Argonauts. He is also a noted music biographer, journalist and solo entertainer.
- born on (64 years ago) in United Kingdom
- nationality: England
- profession: Singer, journalist
- written works: "Little Box Of Beatles", "Woman", "The Troggs Files", "Only the Lonely", "Serge Gainsbourg", "Rock's Wild Things", "Hamburg -- The Cradle of British Rock", "Keith Moon: Instant Party", "The Beatles Box", "The Yardbirds", "Backbeat: Stuart Sutcliffe", "Brian Jones", "Mick Jagger", "Ringo Starr", "The Quiet One", "George Harrison", "Jacques Brel -- The Biography", "What Ever Happened to", "The Rolling Stones: The Origin of the Species", "John Lennon", "Jimi Hendrix", "Led Zeppelin: The Origin of the Species", "The Walrus Was Ringo", "Death Discs", "Charlie Watts", "Paul McCartney", "Legendary Sessions: The Rolling Stones", "Beat Merchants", "View from the Exterior", "The Rolling Stones Complete Discography", "Edgard Varese", "Keith Richards", "Rock - CD -"
- official website: www.alanclayson.com
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by Colin Larkin
Backbeat, Alan Clayson and Pauline Sutcliffe. The Complete Guide To The Music Of The Beatles, John Robertson. The Beatles' London, Piet Schreuders, Mark Lewisohn and Adam Smith. A Day In The Life: The Music And Artistry Of The ...
by Colin Larkin
Tony Burke, John Child, Linton Chiswick, RickChristian, Alan Clayson, Tom Collier,Paul Cross, Bill Dahl,Norman Darwen, Roy Davenport, Peter Doggett, KevinEden, JohnEley, Lars Fahlin, JohnFordham, Per Gardin, IanGarlinge, MikeGavin ...
The Ringo Starr Encyclopedia (2012)
by Bill Harry
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Many thanks to Virginia Harry, Bill King, Erich Weber, Carmen Salmon, Rene van Harlem, Mal Jefferson, Spencer Leigh, Alan Clayson, David Maggin, Beatlefan, Beatles Unlimited, Daydreaming and Beatle fans who ...
by John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke
According to journalist Alan Clayson (1992) ...
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