We’ve got reviews in this issue of two Wreckless Eric albums that you may have missed when they were originally released, and which are now being re-released to coincide with Eric’s 60th birthday in May,
when he will also be having a celebratory bash at the Lexington on May 17.
I was duly reminded of the excitement of hearing his first single for Stiff, “Whole Wide World”, rarely off the turntable when it was released in August 1977, and me, shortly after it came out, on my way to meet him in a pub in Wandsworth.
Anyway, I walk into his local and Eric’s sitting over there in a corner wearing a white mac and dark glasses, patting the head of – what’s this? His guide dog, apparently, though no-one had told me he was blind. And of course he’s not. As I realise when the dog, harness trailing behind him, trots off to sit at the feet of an old chap in a parka, tapping the leg of the table at which he’s sitting with a white stick.
It looks like Eric’s had a few to drink, possibly more, but I get us a couple of pints, the first of rather too many for our own good, the afternoon going on for what seems a very long time indeed. I sit opposite Eric, who takes off his sunglasses and looks at me with some intensity.
“I was born in Newhaven, lived next to the railway station,” he suddenly announces, taking me by surprise. I ask him why he’s telling me this….
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