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Clive Colin Brooks (28 December 1949 – 5 May 2017) was a drummer, best known for his work in the English progressive rock band Egg. Clive Colin Brooks was born in Bow, East London. Answering a Melody Maker ad in early 1968, he joined Uriel, a blues-rock group formed by City of London School pupils Dave Stewart (keyboards), Mont Campbell (bass and lead vocals) and Steve Hillage (guitar and vocals). The band re-grouped later under the name Arzachel and released one album in 1969.
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Clifford Hardman "Clive" Brook (1 June 1887 – 17 November 1974) was an English film actor. After making his first screen appearance in 1920, Brook emerged as a leading British actor in the early 1920s.
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After receiving his terminal diagnosis in 2012, Clive James told friends: 'Stop worrying. Nobody gets out of this world alive', writes GEOFFREY LEVY. But behind his writings, his wit and compulsive need to produce one-liners - ‘a microcosm of Australian chippiness’ according to Jilly Cooper - lay a deep despair. In the years of illness before his death on Sunday, aged 80, James had been haunted by his own destruction of his 45-year marriage. When he was asked by the New Statesman magazine last week what was currently bugging him - and replied: ‘If you mean what’s on my mind, the answer is imminent personal extinction.
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Clive James: a selection of his best one-liners. Here is a book so dull that a whirling dervish could read himself to sleep with it. If you were to recite even a single page in the open air, birds would fall out of the sky and dogs drop dead. November 28, 2019 - . 0pm. Common sense and a sense of humour are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humour is just common sense, dancing. On Arnold Schwarzenegger: He has a body like a condom full of walnuts. On Barbara Cartland: Twin miracles of mascara, her eyes looked like the corpses of two small crows that had crashed into a chalk cliff. On George W Bush: Delivering the State of the Union?