Rock's Backpages Library Rock's Backpages
the online library of pop writing


Terry Staunton, Uncut, May 1998

IT'S A CHILLY, misty morning, as dawn breaks across old London town. Terence Stamp, tie loosened and top shirt button undone, lounges in the back of a black cab speeding over the Thames, on his way home to the Belgravia bachelor pad he shares with Michael Caine, after another successful night of "swinging". If they'd been around at the time, Rialto could have provided the perfect soundtrack.

Total word count of piece: 565


Becoming a member is easy. Membership gives you access to all the thousands of articles in the library.

Click here to go to Subscribe page.

Click here for academic and other group subscriptions.