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Book of the day
[2 Edition]
The Herald - Glasgow (UK)
Author: Ryan, Dominic
Date: May 23, 2000
Start Page: 20
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THE great advantage dead pop stars have over today's live wannabes is that - unless one of the new-breed nasty wee biographers decides to rake in a few shillings by courting controversy with a hatchet job - they can do no wrong. Their flame burns eternally, their myth is made.

Eddie Cochran is one such hero, an all-American boy who really never will grow up. He took three steps to heaven in one giant bound - the fateful taxi ride to oblivion hung his star for the world to see on Easter Sunday 1960, but it also robbed the 21-year-old of a life that was, in fact, only just beginning to bloom.

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