I have just finished reading "White Rooms & Imaginary Westerns", the autobiography of Pete Brown, which first came out a couple of years back.
It is a bit of a mixed bag. The first part of the book is pretty entertaining, particularly his tales of the beat and poetry scene in the late 1950s and early 1960s. But towards the end, as we approach the present day, there are a series of chapters each dedicated to a calendar year which read rather like those round robin letters you get at Christmas - a list of things the sender has done that year that are usually of more interest to them than they are to you.
Pete's music, by contrast, is always interesting and always worth a listen. Here are some selections from his various collaborations (no Cream or Jack Bruce - these are the collaborations where he is singing, not just writing).
"Twisted Track" - Pete Brown & His Battered Ornaments (1968)
"Station Song Platform Two" - Pete Brown & Piblokto! (1970)
"Lost Tribe" - Bond & Brown (1972)
"Dark City" - Pete Brown & Phil Ryan (1993)
"Union Street" - T Mandrake (2009)
Here's another Mr Brown getting down.