NICO: Songs They Never Play On The Radio

by James Young

is available in all good bookshops since mid-September.
 

“A coolly literary masterpiece” Greil Marcus


“The best rock and roll book” Tony Wilson, Factory


“Sad, funny, brilliant” Tony Parsons


“Tells the unglamourous truth about what happens when you’ve been an icon and didn’t die before you got old”
(Independent)

“Disgustingly funny” (Literary Review)

“A wonderful array of characters” (Mail On Sunday)

“Anyone who reads this book will be moved by the lyrical poignancy, intimate detail and near mythic quality the author captures” (Danny Sugerman)

“Young can actually write, unlike most rock memoirists” (Toby Litt)

“A work of comic ingenuity” (David Sinclair, The Guardian)

“Transcends the genre of rock writing” (Pieter, Amazon Review)

“Thanks for writing a very funny book about my favourite singer” (John Waters, director)