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Baptism Of Fire : A year living and working with Duran Duran

Code: 978-1-916039-64-3
Ian Little, a young musical novice, lucked into minding Roxy Music's studio while the band were on the road. By the time they returned, he had a record contract and was promoted to production assistant for their swansong Avalon. And that's just the beginning.
Duran Duran had ambitions to become the biggest band in the world, and chose Ian to produce the album that made it happen. Travel with Ian and the band to Sri Lanka, the south of France, New York, Monserrat and Sydney, to create Seven And The Ragged Tiger, one of the defining albums of the 1980s. This remarkable book, with a foreword by Hazel O'Connor, tells the story of a meteoric rise, making a massive hit album under pressure (encountering Bowie, Dylan, McCartney and other legends along the way), a too-much-too-soon spiral into addiction and homelessness in the years that followed, the fight to get life back on track, and the spiritual growth along the way.
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