Clash Star Opens Rock Library

(MusicRadar) Mick Jones, guitarist and songwriter with The Clash and producer of The Libertines, today opens his own 'rock & roll library'.

Jones has been collecting music and culture paraphernalia for most of his 53 years. The collection includes books, magazines, videos, stage clothes, instruments, flight cases, records, amplifiers and recording gear, posters, original song lyrics and much more.

Rarities include rare David Bowie tapes and hand-written poems by Allen Ginsberg. Jones says: "Since the millennium I've been on a mission. The world didn't end so I thought it was time to share [the collection] with others. On one level it's a way of finding out if all this stuff from the 20th century means anything in the new century." - more on this story

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