Steve in LA Weekly re McLaren LINK
He came on 'Jonesy's Jukebox' a couple of years ago, and that's a good memory.
At the funeral
During a nonreligious service, Sir Bob Geldof and Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook sang along to McLaren's recording of Max Bygraves' You Need Hands. Joseph Corré, McLaren's son with Westwood, read out a note from Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, who addressed his old adversary directly.
"Dear Malcolm, did you take the money with you? Is it in the coffin? Do you mind if I come back tomorrow and dig you up?" he wrote. "I always had a soft spot for you. You showed me a lot when I was 17 … and I owe you a lot for showing me a different side to life."