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Charles Waring

When his attempts to become a New Romantic pop god were thwarted, Charles Waring gave up playing music and began writing about it instead. He got his first break at Blues & Soul magazine in the 90s but has spent the last decade and a half writing mainly about jazz for Mojo and Record Collector. He has also curated many compilations and to date has worked on over 300 sleevenote projects. When he’s not writing, he can be found cruising seedy backstreets looking for record shops to satisfy his vinyl fetish.

By Charles Waring