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Tony Wilson: One Man and a Music Factory

James Brown, Sounds, 28 February 1987

In the first of a special series on the men and women behind the scenes of the music business JAMES BROWN talks to TONY WILSON, who constantly juggles his role as a tough and often uncompromising journalist at Granada TV with his commitments to Factory Records, a label he started back in 1978 which has now grown into Britain's most conspicuous indie.

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