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For a while though it all worked perfectly, and in 1965 Scott Walker was simply magnificent. Here’s how Nik Cohn described him in his prime: “He was a light golden colour and he had all the equipment, the tragic mouth and misted eyes and fluttery lashes, the thin hands and soft hair, and he never managed more than a small sad smile. When he sang, his hands went up in front of his grieving face and, delicately, his body curled up like a lettuce leaf.” This was brilliant pop theatre and a million women longed to mother him. You really have to wonder where it all went wrong.

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