De Niro, Cannibals and Punk Rock: Mick Jones Narrates the True Adventures of the Clash

The guitarist breaks down photos from the new book "The Clash"
Photograph by Bob Gruen

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The Clash In New York

Topper Headon, Joe Strummer, David Johansen and Debbie Harry at New York's Palladium in 1979: "The guy in the middle is Al Field," says Mick Jones.  "He was a kind of bluesy piano player, and we got him to play on 'Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad.'"

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