Powder: An Everyday Story of Rock'n'roll Folk

by Kevin Sampson | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 9780099289968 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Vroomfondel of Shipley, West Yorkshire United Kingdom on 6/25/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by Vroomfondel from Shipley, West Yorkshire United Kingdom on Saturday, June 25, 2011
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"Guy de Burret has just completed rehab after nearly choking on a cocktail of drugs. The youngest son in a banking dynasty, Guy became the most successful talent scout in the music business before he was 20. Every company wanted his ears. Rapidly disenchanted with the immorality of the business, hating his own role in sending talent onto the production line, Guy descended into a slough of low-rent whoring and drug-bingeing around King's Cross. Admitted to a detox clinic, he is only now stepping back out into society. All he wants is to find Ella, his favourite hooker, and take the pair of them away from all this. Then he see the Grams and is reminded why he got into music in the first place. He feels fated to nurture this group, to protect them form the injustices and ravages of the international music business. He will use his money to start up an ethical, creative record company which treats its artists with real respect. Can it work? Can Guy stay true to his principles? Will he find Ella? Can any young pop group evade the pitfalls of fame, sex, drugs and all their inherent baggage? Will the Grams headline the Glastonbury festival? And, crucially, can their guitarist achieve orgasm with a fully-limbed lover?"

Journal Entry 2 by Vroomfondel at Flat Street in Sheffield, South Yorkshire United Kingdom on Sunday, July 10, 2011

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At the south end of Fitzalan Square, near the old police hut

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