Haven't done another yet. The next volume will deal with my art college years and the bands I was a member of during that period. Also my time working as a local government officer for the West Riding County Council and the early days of Be Bop Deluxe. However, I haven't started to write it yet, mainly because I'm always so busy making music. One of these days I'll have to give it a go, if only because my memory of the past is fading...
Thanks for your reply, Bill. It was one of your recent Journals that got me thinking I must re-read the book...as you mentioned places in Wakefield.When I read it before, Id forgotten that we had spent time up the road from Reighton Gap, in the Primrose Valley caravan Park., back in 1990...Also loved hearing about the Jowett car....never realised a Yorkshire firm made it...it was featured on Great British Car Journeys, with Peter Davison, .. and Christopher Timothy.!!..Hope Volume Two sees the light of day, one day in the future...Take Care.
I have an idea! Audio book! Go into the studio at your own leisure and put your thoughts / remembrances that you wish to share / down digitally. You could use it as a rough outline or snippets when the project appears at the right time. While I agree, making music takes priority - even over getting to market projects already finished*. *Although I would love to see a schedule of some of the back log material that was discussed prior being able to be purchased. A win-win for everyone!