Paul Wilkinson was raised in the Peak District and graduated with a degree in Psychology in 1983. Since then, he has worked extensively in the arts and entertainment industry and currently manages an arts centre in east London, close to where he lives. He has played guitar and sung in a number of failed pop outfits: most notably, inept Beatles-copyists The Originals, and close-harmony, cabaret joke-band The Stallions of Love. He has been a fan of Black Sabbath for over thirty years. Rat Salad is his first book.
Books by Paul Wilkinson
0 stars 0 commentsRat Salad: Black Sabbath: The Classic Years 1969-1975
by Paul Wilkinson
Nick Hornby meets Spinal Tap meets Revolution in the Head in a winning account of Ozzy Osbourne's Black Sabbath in their early, glory years.