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Description : Born Declan Patrick MacManus, Elvis Costello was raised in London and Liverpool, grandson of a trumpet player on the White Star Line and son of a jazz musician who became a successful radio dance-band vocalist. Costello went into the family business and before he was twenty-four took the popular music world by storm. Costello continues to add to one of the most intriguing and extensive songbooks of our day. His performances have taken him from strumming a cardboard guitar in his parents front room to fronting a rock and roll band on our television screens and performing in the world s greatest concert halls in a wild variety of company. “Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink” describes how Costello s career has endured for almost four decades through a combination of dumb luck and animal cunning, even managing the occasional absurd episode of pop stardom. This memoir, written entirely by Costello, offers his unique view of his unlikely and sometimes comical rise to international success, with diversions through the previously undocumented emotional foundations of some of his best-known songs and the hits of tomorrow. It features many stories and observations about his renowned cowriters and co-conspirators, though Costello also pauses along the way for considerations of the less appealing side of fame. ” Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink” provides readers with a master s catalogue of a lifetime of great music. Costello reveals the process behind writing and recording legendary albums like “My Aim Is True,” “This Year s Model,” “Armed Forces,” “Almost Blue,” “Imperial Bedroom,” and “King of America.” He tells the detailed stories, experiences, and emotions behind such beloved songs as Alison, Accidents Will Happen, Watching the Detectives, Oliver s Army, Welcome to the Working Week, Radio Radio, Shipbuilding, and Veronica, the last of which is one of a number of songs revealed to connect to the lives of the previous generations of his family. Costello recounts his co