Up close, back stage, tiny gigs, pre-famous - Led Zep to Bowie as you've never seen them.
Released to coincide with an exhibition at Proud Central, London (8th December - 28 January), this huge rock treasure chest contains over 250 previously unpublished premium images from the epicentre of London's exploding music scene, from the mid-sixties to the early seventies.
Lavishly produced to create a fitting showcase for Alec's extraordinarily rich, until now hidden, private collection, London Rock is a stunning experience.
Through the 1960s and into the '70s, young photographer Alec Byrne covered the exploding rock-and-roll scene in London. Legendary British artists-such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, the Who, and David Bowie-roiled the capital to the core along with ground-breaking American musicians such as Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, and the Doors. The vibrancy of Swinging London provided provocative fodder for the talented lens man, capturing the height of a cultural revolution. Byrne's resulting voluminous collection of rock-and-roll photos disappeared out of sight, kept in storage for the following forty years.
- Published by Virgin Books
- Preface by Tony Norman
|Dimensions (mm)||280 x 23 x 360|
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