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Craig W. Thomas

Craig W. Thomas

Craig Thomas, with a 'W' in the middle so as not to be confused with a very rich and highly successful other of the same name, has written two books on sport: Losing My Religion, a football addiction recovery memoir, in 2002 and Roads To Redemption: A Guide To Major League Baseball. in the spring of 2005. In terms of music he has produced a book's worth of material on the progressive band Yes for his website ( and has published a number of reviews on the internet, including Robben Ford and Kate Rusby. He has ceased to poison the Pat Metheny chatroom Amercan Garage by claiming that he is not as good as he was in the '80s.

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James Taylor: One Part Genius...The Trail to October Road

Essay by Craig W. Thomas, unpublished, 2002

WHEN I WAS 14 years old the person I most wanted to be was James Taylor. It's a long time ago now. 1971. I remember ...

Robben Ford At The Newcastle Opera House

Live Review by Craig W. Thomas, unpublished, 21 November 2003

I'M TIRED OF the bullshit. I'm tired of TV advertising in my face. I'm sick of calls trying to sell me health insurance and I'm ...

Kate Rusby: Reflections on Kate Rusby at the Derby Assembly Rooms

Essay by Craig W. Thomas, unpublished, March 2004

ALEX FERGUSON was interviewed immediately after his team snatched an improbable victory from the back of the throat of defeat in the 1999 Champions League ...

Neil Young: Jimmy McDonough: Shakey - Neil Young's Biography

Book Review by Craig W. Thomas, Rock's Backpages, Fall 2005

INTO MY HOLIDAY knapsack this year I tucked a biography of Lowell George that a friend had lent me, and I picked it up on ...

XTC: The Great XTC Problem

Essay by Craig W. Thomas, Rock's Backpages, 2006

Back at the start of 2002 I wrote this essay for XTC and their management, partly because I wanted to do a book on the ...

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