As Jeremy Lascelles fast-forwards through his varied and storied career, one that recently saw him form Blue Raincoat Music and, even more recently, be reunited with the Chrysalis label, there are variants on one phrase that re-occur with almost comic regularity: “I told them I didn’t have any experience of managing a band/A&R/marketing/running a label/publishing, but they said, You’ll pick it up, it’ll be fine.” And, in every case, he did. And it was.
In the first instance, there was ...
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