Mark Bradley,Richard Cundill

The Song of the Soul

The Song of the Soul charts the musical life of Geordie singer-songwriter Martin Stephenson, covering his work with the Daintees and as a widely respected solo artist. Richard Cundill and Mark Bradley have created a compelling account of the career of one of England's finest songwriters. Feted by his fans, but criminally overlooked in much of the mainstream music press, the book documents Martin's struggle with the music industry fat cats and with the demon drink, and provides a comprehensive overview of his recorded work (including a full discography). Often cited as a national treasure and lauded for his legendary live performances, this is a fascinating read for any music fan.
318 printed pages


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