Tim Cooper has written for most national newspapers and many magazines on every subject from politics to pop culture. His first published work was in his own punk fanzine, Cliché. He lives in East London indulging his passions of writing, reading, cinema, music, football, cricket, and vegetable gardening.
In the mid-Seventies it was hard to get away from The Doobie Brothers. Believe me I tried. But there was no escape from their bland harmony-drenched soft-rock oozing out of radio speakers when all I wanted to hear in 1973 was T.Rex, Slade and The Sweet.