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Twenty Thousand Roads: The ballad of Gram Parsons, By David N Meyer

This iconic 1960s bad boy needs rescuingfrom possessive, necrophiliac fans

Rebel chic: Sympathy for the old devils

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How an eccentric new film gave Richard Strange a summer he will never forget

Playing Abe Lincoln in an oddball film about retired impersonators inspired a new passion for harmony in Richard Strange

You write the reviews: Band Of Horses, Thekla Social, Bristol

Musically, South Carolina's Band of Horses straddle the fine line between alt-rock cool and old- fashioned Southern rootsy-ness. Their evocative blend of US indie and country-tinged Neil Young balladeering has hit home with bloggers and ordinary music fans alike.

Jagger? He's a power freak, says Richards

The Rolling Stone Keith Richards has branded his bandmate Sir Mick Jagger a "power freak", slated the Led Zeppelin reunion and expressed regret over his past excesses.

Paperback: White Heat, by Dominic Sandbrook

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It's time to make companies more accountable

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John Harris: Mick and Keith? How about Fidel and Che, John and Paul, or Eric and Ernie?

Jagger delights his public by finding the exact mid-point between Bessie Smith and Graham Norton

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Toots and the Maytals, Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Touring on the back of True Love, his excellent new album of his own classics, with guests ranging from Terry Hall and Ben Harper through Bootsy Collins and Shaggy to Keith Richards and Eric Clapton, Toots Hibbert has just pushed open the door on 40 years in the music business.

The well runs dry

Inkjet cartridges don't come cheap and there's no way of knowing how long they will last. Is anyone standing up for consumers? Michael Pollitt reports
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