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Empty Pocket Blues: The Life and Music of Clive Palmer

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Clive Palmer, a beatnik banjo player who began playing skiffle, jazz and folk in 1950s London, honed his skills by busking in Paris before moving to Scotland - influencing the young Billy Connolly, among others - and co-founding the legendary Incredible String Band. Leaving them after their first album in 1966 to hitchhike to Afghanistan, he had many adventures and the occasional brush with the law.

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Author Grahame Hood
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 224
ISBN-13 9781905139255
Publisher Helter Skelter


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