New. 8/8. This final profile by Christopher Nupen focuses on the Amman-born pianist, composer and conductor
Karim Said , following the development of Daniel Barenboim 's protege from the ages of 11 to 17. See panel.
New. Intimate biography, told by Weller and those who know him, featuring rare and previously unseen photos and archive footage. It charts his upbringing in Woking, his early years with The Jam, the creation of The
Style Council, his return to popularity in the early 1990s and his view on where he finds himself now.
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