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 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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 Toes tapped when Adam Faith stepped up.


It took 50 years to go from newspaper boy to journalist---but he did manage to pack in one or two achievements in between. One of Britain's most significant pop singers, Adam passed away on March 8, 2003, aged just 62, but few people had tasted more of life's ups and downs.  He was born in Acton, in the west London borough of Ealing and there was nothing posh about his family's background. Adam was working at 12, doing paper rounds and selling papers on street corners---so it's ironic that, in his sixties, he'd evolved into a respected financial journalist.  Music, was the main part of his life, and  becoming Adam Faith was a first step towards fame. Born Terry Nelhams--Wright, he was known as Terry Nelhams and was astonished when he applied for his first passport to see the "Wright" bit!. He actually fancied being an actor, and was doing minor jobs--literally picking up the edited pieces of film from the cutting---room floor.  But he also did local gigs with young bands, and soon realised that peoples toes tapped as soon as he opened his mouth. A few records had flopped first, like they do with most singers, but when he hit the big time he never looked back.   The Parlophone label were focused on more serious music and  only took a chance on one pop act, Mr Faith.  He justified their support by landing them with there first number hit, and suddenly they took "kids" music a bit more seriously. By 20, he had enough money to buy a nice house n Hampton Court, for the princely sum of £6000 --- being the lad he is, he took his parents and siblings with him.   That's what many will tell you about Adam Faith --- for all his record hits, the rise from paper seller to paper writer, the films, the money and the women, he remained a nice bloke. The 1970's saw some pivotal moments. TV series Budgie, where he played the ex con who always had some plan to make easy money, ensured Adam remained one of best known faces.   Sadly, a terrible saw him lucky not to lose a leg, and he took a while to recover.    His come back made a big splash --- David Essex was such a huge star in the 70's, he even got his own movie, Stardust, and Adam played the manipulative manager.   In years to come, there would be good and bad times, with Adam losing huge amounts of money at times, but also showing a shrewd business brain at others. A heart attack ended his remarkable life prematurely, but his musical legacy lives on.         


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