Bare

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Penguin, 1991 - Rock musicians - 242 pages
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George Michael is one of the world's top pop music vocalists. This book tells how the boy from a working class background made it to the top of the music charts in countries all over the world. It tells the story of George's involvement with the group Wham and of the $3 million deal with the Coca Cola company. George's songs, his music, his craft as well as his family, friends and life on and off the road are all included. His observations amd comments on other musical stars are also quoted.

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Tony Parsons is a writer in England. In the 1970's, Parsons was a music journalist for NME, the British equivalent of Rolling Stone. His interviews with some of the biggest bands on punk music made him a cult figure among the youth of England.

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