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"I remember singing some drivel about being lost in a great big world, and of course he destroyed it.When I complained that I was staying in this tiny room in New York and he didn't seem to want me there, he suggested that I write about that instead."I remember being taken for a spin in his white Rolls, and it was, like, `I'm going to be very camp and call you darling a lot, but don't worry - I'm not gay'," says Laird.
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Laird - loquacious, mildly eccentric, still boyishly good-looking despite his excesses - spent the rest of the early Nineties in a drug-fuelled fug.
"I'd take ecstasy at 4 o'clock in the morning when I was already ripped on something else," he says. " Recently signed to Creation, Laird has just released Mona Lisa Overdrive, a "future-folk" album that documents his journey back from the brink.
With characteristic enthusiasm, he whips out a timetable detailing lengthy periods of meditation and Buddhist teaching.
"It's a big commitment", he affirms, "but after three days you love it and you're going to every class." If recent events in Laird's life smack a little of Harrison-goes-to-India (the Buddhist teacher Thrangu Rinpoche is to Laird what the Maharishi once was to George), everything slots into place when you consider his background.