Interview by Larry Jaffee, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1984
The cockney rebel talks about his relative failure in America; his songs and songwriting; his new experience on the theatrical stage in musical drama Marlowe, and the similarities and differences between theatrical and rock performance.
File format: mp3; file size: 79.9mb, interview length: 1h 27' 13" sound quality: ***
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