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24 Nights is a limited edition book and CD box set commemorating a record 24-nights of performances by Eric Clapton at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991. The book is a unique collaboration between Eric Clapton, Peter Blake, Derek Taylor and Genesis Publications. Quarter bound in bonded leather and housed in a solander box, it is accompanied by a 64-page volume of commentary by Derek Taylor, a 2CD set of live recordings including 3 exclusive tracks, four guitar picks, a back-stage laminate pass and a guitar string. This is No. 1974 of 3500 copies, each hand signed by Eric Clapton and Peter Blake. There are some indentations to the front of the box and light markings on the back, the condition is very good plus. The condition of the additional items and book is near mint.
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A Thousand Things is the visual history of one of Britain’s greatest, most loved songwriters and a true British icon, Paul Weller. Paul was instrumental in choosing the photographs that tell the story of an amazing 30-year recording career, from the earliest days of The Jam – with schoolfriend Steve Brookes on guitar – through the new modernism of The Style Council to his eight incredible solo albums. The book is quarter bound in black leather and comes housed in a solander box. This is No. 1070 of 1650 collector’s edition copies, each hand signed by Paul Weller. Also included is a 12” vinyl which typically accompanied the deluxe edition. The condition of the box and book is near mint.
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David Bowie’s first ever book. His sharp, often humorous text discusses the origins of the Ziggy Stardust stage persona, comments on Mick Rock’s photographs and gives unprecedented insight into Ziggy’s stratospheric two-year career. The 346 page book is printed on 14 paper stocks including clear acetate, trace leaves and a variety of colours and textures. It is quarter bound in blue leather with a photograph foiled on the front and rear and gold/silver blocking. The book is housed in a solander box bearing the clothing pattern on the outfit worn by David on the cover of his ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust’ album. This is No. 1746 of 2150 collector edition copies, each signed by David Bowie and Mick Rock. There is some markings to the base of the box with some marking and very slight peeling to the sticker on the front of the box. The condition of the box is very good. The condition of the book is excellent.
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‘Live In Japan’ is a large format, full colour book featuring almost 500 previously unpublished photographs. The foreword by Eric Clapton explains how George was persuaded to return to touring after a break of 17 years. The first (and longest) chapter is written by George himself and details his thoughts and feelings on taking to the road after such a long absence. It includes George’s personal recollections of the tour and memories of times on the road with The Beatles. Subsequent chapters are written by each member of Eric Clapton’s band and reveal private moments behind the scenes, during sound checks, on stage and in transit. The final chapter by John Harris (who engineered the ‘Live In Japan’ CD) provides a revealing account of working with George Harrison in the studio. The book also includes a full itinerary of the tour. ‘Live In Japan’ includes a double CD with original artwork and a total of 19 live tracks. A souvenir pack containing a laminated ‘After Show’ pass and Eric’s and George’s guitar picks accompanies this volume. The book is bound in black leather with gold and red tooling and gilt-edged pages. This is No. 1207 of 3500 limited edition copies, each of which is signed by George Harrison. There are some indentations to the top and bottom left corners of the slip case, the condition is very good. The condition of the CDs and additional items is excellent. There is a tear to the inside page and almost all of the front cover and spine has become separated, the condition is very good minus.
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24 Nights is a limited edition book and CD box set commemorating a record 24-nights of performances by Eric Clapton at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991. The book is a unique collaboration between Eric Clapton, Peter Blake, Derek Taylor and Genesis Publications. Quarter bound in bonded leather and housed in a solander box, it is accompanied by a 64-page volume of commentary by Derek Taylor, a 2CD set of live recordings including 3 exclusive tracks, four guitar picks, a back-stage laminate pass and a guitar string. This is No. 2649 of 3500 copies, each hand signed by Eric Clapton and Peter Blake. There is some damage to the bottom corner and some markings to the box, the condition is very good minus. The condition of the CDs and additional items are excellent to mint. The condition of the books is excellent.
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Within a single signed leather-bound book, Exile publishes in full the exceptional photographs of French rock photographer Dominique Tarlé taken during his stay with Keith Richards and Anita Pallenberg at Villa Nellcôte during the summer of 1971. This beautiful collection of images ranks amongst the finest and most revealing ever taken of the Rolling Stones or of any rock band. Remarkably, as a body of work the photography remained unpublished for over thirty years. As the complete record of Tarlé’s work and one of Genesis’s most prized editions, EXILE remains a highly sought after book across the world. The book includes contributions by Keith Richards, Anita Pallenberg, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor amongst others. The book is quarter bound in leather with gilt page edges and inlaid label on the front cover. It comes in a full colour photo-montage slipcase. This is No. 284 of 1740 collector’s edition copies, each hand signed by Dominique Tarlé. There are some small sections of wear to the corners on both the front and back, this is more than likely due to the book being housed on a bookcase, otherwise the condition is excellent. The condition of the book is near mint.
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Pink Floyd’s founder member, original frontman and primary songwriter, Syd Barrett met photographer Mick Rock in Cambridge in the mid-sixties. Their friendship flourished and the subsequently lived and worked together producing iconic portraits for which the pair will forever be associated. Psychedelic Renegades contains these photographs of the legendary music icon taken by Rock amongst others which have never seen before. Rock’s memories, along with recollections from artist and Barrett’s close friend, Duggie Fields, illuminate the work. Until this book was produced many of the portraits and observational images remained unprinted from Rock’s own negative archive. The book is quarter bound in orange leather and turquoise binding cloth blocked with gold lettering. It is housed in a slipcase screen printed with images of Syd printed on the front and back. This is No. 836 of 950limited edition collector’s copies, each hand signed by Mick Rock. The book comes with the original mailing box. The condition of the slipcase is near mint. The condition of the book is mint.