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What is the secret of Duran Duran’s durability?

31 July 2021

9:00 AM

31 July 2021

9:00 AM

Please, Please Tell Me Now: The Duran Duran Story Stephen Davis

Hachette Books, pp.368, 25

In my second year at secondary school we were all deeply envious of a girl named Judi Taylor because, obviously, her name was only three letters away from John Taylor, the world’s most beautiful man, which meant she probably had the best chance of marrying him. I was thinking about this the other day just after I’d checked to find out if there were any VIP tickets left to see Duran Duran next year in Hyde Park (there aren’t), when one of my daughter’s friends jumped in the car.‘Hi,

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