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    Very good!

    There's very little known about the history of one of our national treasures, a sketchy entry on Wikipedia and a brief biography on their website (and since an excellent BBC4 documentary). So then, this gave excellent early life detail about Chas and answered questions I had about their influences, where they went to school etc (being as I'm a north London lad too). It's a shame that there wasn't as much in the way of facts about Dave's childhood. I found the more recent years were knocked out with less detail and anecdotes but that's understandable as it was the early years that interested me. Maybe Chas could update the last 5 years as they've been apart and together plus the personal tragedy of Dave's loss. I thoroughly recommend this as it reaffirms what great musicians they are.

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