Elvis Costello's 'Unfaithful Music' Reveals A Life Lived in High Fidelity

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 (Mary McCartney)

Legendary musician Elvis Costello has commanded the stage for decades on the strength of hits like "Alison," "Watching the Detectives" and "Radio, Radio." "Songs are more powerful than books," he once said. Even so, the Grammy-winning musician has just published a new memoir, "Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink." In the book, he reflects on his complex relationship with his musician father, his early reputation as an angry young man and his high-profile collaborations with artists like Paul McCartney and George Jones.

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Elvis Costello, Grammy-winning musician, songwriter and record producer; author of "Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink"

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