David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll with Me (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
240
Utgivningsdatum
2023-03-08
Förlag
ACC Art Books
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 158 Illustrations 72 Illustrations color
Illustrationer
72 Illustrations, black and white; 158 Illustrations, color; 72 Illustrations, black and white; 158
Dimensioner
257 x 208 x 38 mm
Vikt
1203 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781788842174
David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll with Me (inbunden)

David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll with Me

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"And now David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll With Me is out in the world - perhaps the closest you'll get to being on tour with Bowie in that era without a time machine and a backstage pass." - InsideHook "His photographic memoir reveals untold stories and nearly 150 candid photos." - The Guardian "Intimate and full of references so specific you can almost smell the pub carpets and stage make-up" - HuckMag "Go on tour with David Bowie in an all-new photographic memoir" - Yahoo! Entertainment David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll with Me is Geoff MacCormack's remarkable photographic memoir, charting his lifelong friendship with David Bowie. Images bring MacCormack's stories to life, showing the places he and Bowie inhabited, the people they met and the adventures they shared. Beginning at Burnt Ash Primary school in the mid-1950s, the years go by in a whirlwind of discovering and making music. The book contains nearly 150 photos taken by MacCormack throughout the years, some never seen before: from touring the Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane shows and sailing to New York on a world tour, to Bowie's first major film The Man Who Fell to Earth and the recording of Station to Station and his Thin White Duke persona. David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll with Me is an incredible story, told with wit and candour. A must for all Bowie fans, it sheds a rare insight into a friendship where two men shared their love for music from the moment they met to their final goodbyes.
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Posted on Instagram stories by the official DavidBowie.com site and 'liked' by >10,000 within 4 hours. - DavidBowieInstagram "His photographic memoir reveals untold stories and nearly 150 candid photos." - The Guardian "Intimate and full of references so specific you can almost smell the pub carpets and stage make-up" - HuckMag "David Bowie's Lifelong Friend Revisits '70s Adventures with Rocker in Rare and Never-Before-Seen Photos" - People, Yahoo UK Finance, KSLX Phoenix, Willmar Radio Minnesota "There's even a witty and heart-warming afterword written by Bowie himself in 2007, which makes it all the more poignant." - Daily Mail "The songwriter and producer, who shared a friendship with Bowie for over 60 years, is now unveiling over 150 rare and unseen photos of the late star in a 'photographic memoir.'" - Fox News, Yahoo News "MacCormack recently discovered more never-before-seen photographs of his time with Bowie, capturing the Star Man in tender, unguarded moments." - Ultimate Classic Rock "Unseen David Bowie: Rock icon's childhood friend reveals intimate never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photos in memoir charting star's rise to fame and beyond." - Daily Mail "Go on tour with David Bowie in an all-new photographic memoir" - Yahoo! Entertainment "Geoff MacCormack's new book peeks behind the scenes of a lifetime's friendship." - Mojo4Music "Very close to David Bowie from the end of the 1960s, photographer and musician Geoff MacCormack immortalized the rocker's first hours of glory." - Vanity Fair France "Geoff MacCormack Looks Back on His Lifelong Friendship with David Bowie." - Interview Magazine "David Bowie remains a household name all over the world; in this interview, his childhood friend Geoff MacCormack dives into their friendship and beyond." - Reader's Digest UK "[MacCormack's] new book is about what the rock star was really like behind closed doors in an intimate memoir, which contains 150 images of their adventures, some of which are published for the very first time." - WGN9 TV Chicago "MacCormack was snapping photos the entire time, and those images form the centerpiece of his new book." - Rolling Stone "A photographic memoir like no other, David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll with Me published by ACC Art Books chronicles MacCormack's sixty years of friendship with Bowie, told with wit, humor, and candor." - Eye of Photography "Photography was purely a hobby for me for about five minutes - it just happened to be the right five minutes." - Kathimerini.gr "Geoff MacCormack's candid photographs seen for the first time in new book." - The Times "an amazing story told with humor and candor..." - Viva Moda "And now David Bowie: Rock 'n' Roll With Me is out in the world - perhaps the closest you'll get to being on tour with Bowie in that era without a time machine and a backstage pass." - InsideHook

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Geoff MacCormack, David Bowie's lifelong friend, joined Bowie's 1973 world tour as an additional back-up vocalist and percussionist, and later as a 'Diamond Dog' in '74 and what would be known as 'The Young Americans Soul Tour'. He also worked on the six albums from Aladdin Sane to Station to Station. After three years of touring, recording and travelling with Bowie, MacCormack started an award winning (Gold Clio, Ivor Novello) music production partnership with Simon Goldenberg who he met, coincidentally, in The Three Tuns pub, home of Bowie's earlier 'Arts Lab'. For over 20 years, they wrote music for high-end advertising, films and TV. Geoff now manages the use and sale of his photographs of David Bowie around the world and has exhibited in St Petersburg, the USA and the UK, including the hugely successful 'Rock 'n' Roll with Me' exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery from September 2020 through to May 2022.