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Interview with Yusuf Islam, To Be, You Must Give up What You Are
Interview with Yusuf Islam, To Be, You Must Give up What You Are
Yusuf Islam, the man who was once Cat Stevens, talks about his first pop album for almost three decades, about metamorphosis and about happiness.
Thursday, December 7,2006 00:00
by Guido Mingels, Das Magazin/Qantara.de Qantara.de

Yusuf Islam, the man who was once Cat Stevens, talks about his first pop album for almost three decades, about metamorphosis and about happiness.

tags: Stevens / London / Swedish / Peace / Radical
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