Bittersweet: The Clifford T. Ward Story
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Bittersweet: The Clifford T. Ward Story

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From his youth, through his brief but beautiful impact on the charts, to the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis that effectively ended his career, the musicians that define Clifford T. Ward's unique talent are as varied as they are impressive—Jimmy Page, Paul McCartney, Karl Hyde, Jeff Lynne, and Tim Rice. All speak between these pages of a truly extraordinary man that the ou...more
Paperback, 339 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Cherry Red Books
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Howard Robinson
The Clifford T. Ward story is one that needed to be told, it has been sadly forgotten over the years. This book is no hagiography; Ward's flaws as a man are discussed in great depth. However, the love that the author has for the man and the music shines through too.

Elements of the book are problematic; I would argue that too much of the book is about Dave Cartwright and he's not short of opinions about all sorts of things, mainly modern life and modern music, both of which he clearly finds prett...more
Bev
Aug 10, 2014 Bev rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: owned
Enjoyed this for the most part but found the author went off on a tangent at times and I had to re-read sections as I wasn't sure if he was talking about himself or CTW! Found a lot of the details quite sad.
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