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A tribute to Paul Arden by Tony Kaye.

Tony Kaye uncut. Now, Paul Arden was a big influence on a lot of creative people around the world, bigger than you might imagine, I myself was quite shaken when he died, as I found myself mourning as if it was a family member who had passed. (in other words, I cried like a baby all weekend, which was rather shocking since I don't cry much when family members die). Tony tries to put into word and music what Paul was on about in his last books.

Credits: Tony Kaye

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He's not a great singer by any means, but that was still rather moving.

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You cried when Paul Arden died? What the hell do you know about Paul Arden?

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He was my tutor, mentor and the first person to call on my reference list.