Headon sentence example
- in Headon Hill, and the cliffs are magnificent.
- a, Chalk; b, Woolwich and Reading beds; c, London clay; d, Bagshot series; e, Headon series; f, g, Osborne and Bembridge series.
- After the recording of Combat Rock, the Clash fired Topper Headon due to his heroin addiction.
- Topper Headon is the Human Drum Machine, the man behind the kit for most of the Clash's recordings.
- Joe Strummer said "We would have been absolutely lost if it wasn't for Topper Headon".Advertisement
- Headon joined the Clash in between the recording and release of their first album.
- During the recording of "Give 'Em Enough Rope", Sandy Pearlman gave Headon the nickname "The Human Drum Machine", because he never made mistakes.
- In many gig reviews, the phrase "Headon's drumming carried them through", or something like it, will appear.
- The Clash recorded an amazing first album with Terry Chimes, but without Headon, the band would have been lost.
- Headon's drumming continued onto London Calling, where he was more than a match for the numerous genres the Clash took on.Advertisement
- On Combat Rock, it's credited to "The Clash", but Headon was responsible for most of "Rock The Casbah".
- The whole band admits that Headon wrote the song, but not many people are aware of it.
- During his tenure with the Clash, Headon got addicted to heroin, and it proved to be a habit he couldn't kick.
- After the recording of Combat Rock, Headon was given an ultimatum: Kick the habit, or leave the band.
- This was really the beginning of the end for the Clash, because Headon's drumming had been the cohesive force holding the band together.Advertisement
- Later, in the documentary "Westway to the World", Headon admitted that if he had been able to kick heroin, he could still see the band being together.
- Still, Headon admits that even knowing what would have happened to the band, he probably would not have been able to kick the habit.
- Three of the band members, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, and Topper Headon, appear decked out in fine clothes and new equipment.