Eight Days a Week Film Premiere

Eight Days a Week Film Hedleys Regent 3

Hedleys Bookshop, in conjunction with Regent 3 Cinemas and HONEYcom Productions, are very pleased to present the New Zealand premiere of The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years. 

This a documentary film directed by Ron Howard about The Beatles’ career from 1962–1966, from The Beatles at The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966.

 

COMING SOON - Genesis 100

Genesis 100 Hedleys
What better way to celebrate Genesis' 100th edition than to put four of the most sought after titles into a boxed set? Working with Eric Clapton, Sir Peter Blake, and the estates of George Harrison and David Bowie, they are:
 
• Songs by George Harrison by George Harrison and Keith West
• 24 Nights by Eric Clapton and Sir Peter Blake

BECK01 by Jeff Beck

BECK01

In BECK01 Jeff Beck takes us on the journey of a lifetime. Over five decades he has blazed a trail, forging a unique style lauded by critics, fans and fellow guitar legends. Telling the story behind the music, Beck's twin inspirations - hot-rodding and rock'n'roll - are now bound together in the official signed limited edition book of his career.

Concert for George

Concert for George

The Concert For George brought together some of the world's finest performers for one unprecedented night of celebration. This remarkable book follows that story, from the rehearsals, the sound checks, to the stage and beyond. George's friends and family share their personal memories, with archival photographs from over five decades illustrating their words.

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Ringo Starr Print: George

George Harrison by Ringo Starr

USA, February 1964. 
Ringo Starr: "Pensive George. You should count the number of times we bought that heavy corduroy overcoat. We would always buy things in fours. It was snowing in Washington and it was freezing. We travelled down the East Coast, from New York to Washington, and finally to Florida, where it was warm."

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How Can it Be? A Rock & Roll Diary by Ronnie Wood

How Can it Be? A Rock and Roll Diary by Ronnie Wood

Ronnie Wood reflects on the words he wrote 50 years ago and shares his memories in an extensive new manuscript of over 12,000 words. The 1965 handwritten diary has been produced in facsimile, down to its scuffs and scratches. Ronnie Wood has created a series of original and exclusive artworks to illustrate his words throughout the book, along with rare and unseen photographs and ephemera.

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