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After a stunning One-Hit career filled with chaos and disasters of his own making, John Otway sold himself to the nation as Rock and Roll s Greatest Failure. It was a successful campaign because John was very good at doing this.
But Otway had a plan to make a come-back as Rock and Roll s Greatest Success.
He started off well ...
He filled The Royal Albert Hall on the proceeds of his own jumble sale
He was voted a better writer than either Bob Dylan or Paul Simon in a nationwide BBC poll, becoming the nation's 7th favourite lyricist in the past two thousand years
He got his fans to give him a Top Ten Hit for his 50th Birthday
He recorded the B-side at The Abbey Road Studios with a thousand piece choir of hecklers, and...
He was the only artist ever to rise from the 'Where are they now?' line-up of has-beens to the panel of current celebrities on TV s Never Mind The Buzzcocks
But it was not to last. The success went to his head and Otway embarked on a project he hoped would put his name indelibly into the pages of rock and roll history. He would get his own OT-AIR 747 jet and circumnavigate the globe with 300 fans, playing at venues including The Royal Albert Hall, The Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House. Sadly for Otway this book tells another story of failure and it isn t funny it s hilarious!
John Otway, is an English Singer-songwriter, who built an audience through extensive touring, a surreal sense of humour and an underdog persona. I Did It Otway is the follow up to his autobiography Cor Baby, That s Really Me (Rock and Roll s Greatest Failure).
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Descripción Karen Lawrence Glass, 2010. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0956434312