"I should be dead. If I had died when I was thirty-three, which I suppose was the age when I was attempting to die, I would have missed out on by far the most interesting part of my life."
 Quoted in Dylan Jones, The Biographical Dictionary of Popular Music.
Father: Norman Cohn (historian, b. 25-Jan-1915, d. 31-Jul-2007)
Conspiracy to distribute narcotics, plea bargained down (1983)
Drug Possession guilty plea (1983)
Author of books:
Market (1965, novel)
I Am Still the Greatest Says Johnny Angelo (1967, novel)
Arfur: Teenage Pinball Queen (1970, novel)
Today There are No Gentlemen: The Changes in Englishmen's Clothes Since the War (1971, nonfiction)
Rock Dreams: Under the Boardwalk (1974, music studies)
King Death (1975, novel)
Ball the Wall: Nik Cohn in the Age of Rock (1989, collection)
The Heart of the World (1992, travelogue)
Awopbopaloobop Alopbamboom: The Golden Age of Rock (1996, music studies)
Need (1996, novel)
Yes We Have No: Adventures in the Other England (1999, travelogue)
Triksta: Life and Death and New Orleans Rap (2005, music studies)
Do you know something we don't?
Submit a correction or make a comment about this profile
Copyright ©2015 Soylent Communications