Coal Black Mornings
by Brett Anderson
Editor: Little, Brown Book Group
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Brett Anderson came from a world far removed from the rock star, from success, and the Charbon Noir Matin, he retraces the path that led him from childhood as “a brat, sniffy, a bit mièvre kind of boy raised on a Creamy Salad and milky tea and cheap meat” to become founder and singer of Suede.Anderson grew up in Hayward’s Heath neighbourhood on the poor fringe of the County House.Like a teenager, he ran up against his eccentric taxi-driving father (who would be the parade around their council of the house dressed like Lawrence of Arabia, the air-driving of his favourite composers) and he loved his beautiful, artistic mother.It evokes brilliantly the seventies, the suffocation of the discomfort of a very English genre of poverty and the imperative need to escape from what it engenders.Anderson’s graphics of the pathetic romance of creativity, as he travelled through the tube in search of inspiration, fueled by Marmite and nicotine, and in Daim’s place of rehearsals in rooms, squats and pubs.And it catalogues the intense relationships that do and undo tapes and the devastating loss of his mother.Charbon Noir Matin is deeply moving, funny and intense – a book that stands beside the most emotionally authentic of personal stories.
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