About this book
A powerful autobiography from the front woman of influential ska band, The Selecter. It's an insider's account of the music business and growing up as a black child in a white family in the 1960s.
Born in 1953 to Anglo-Jewish/Nigerian parents, Pauline Black was subsequently adopted by a white, working class family in Romford. Never quite at home there, she escaped her small town background and discovered a different way of life - making music. This is an autobiography from the front woman of influential ska band, The Selecter.