Post by imaginarygirl on Jul 17, 2014 0:01:20 GMT 1
Many people say that "Ten Imaginary Years" is the best biography about The Cure.. Unfortunately it's just a little outdated now I have it in pdf but still haven't read it. There's also 'A Visual Documentary', which is only up to Wish tour, if I recall correctly - it's pretty decent, there's a bit of information and a few anecdotes from tours etc. I haven't read Never Enough, though, so, anyone?
The dream had to end
The wish never came true
And the girl starts to sing
Couldn't find a Thread about this topic so I hope I haven't doubled up on one.
Downloaded 'Never Enough: The Story of The Cure' by Jeff Apter. Is this a decent biography about the band and if not does anyone have another suggestion?
Have you read it yet? I read through it a few years ago now. The reference to Simon being a bit ham fisted (?) was a bit harsh! I remember when I finished it and thought there wasn't much that I didn't already know. Fills a few days though!
I don't read "Never Enough: The Story of The Cure" yet but IMG, Ten Imaginary Years to me is enough for while. I found it with a good content & very well produced for the age that went released. So this is hot yet "Uncut Ultimate Music Guide The Cure Years Special Collector's Edition" very soft to read and well produced too.
Jo Anne Green wrote 2 books in the 80's about the band. One was "A Visual Documentary" the other "The Cure". Do you know if "The Cure" was ever updated as I have seen some text saying that it included details up to the Wish tour?