I, Me, Mine is the closest we will come to George Harrison’s autobiography. Featuring Harrison in conversation with The Beatles spokesperson, Derek Taylor, it touches on everything from early Beatlemania to India and Ravi Shankar to his love of gardening. The lyrics to his songs, in his own hand, are accompanied by his uniquely intimate and humorous commentary.
In 1966 The Beatles embarked on their last tour, playing concerts in 20 cities over the course of four months, beginning in London and ending in San Francisco. Millions of fans in England, Germany, Japan, the Philippines and America flocked to see the band. Hello, Goodbye: The Beatles in Tokyo, 1966 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' visit to Japan on this tour.
In a landmark publication compiling photographs, illustrations, correspondence, covers and new interviews with 100 renowned Vogue contributors, Voice of a Century is an anthology like no other. Strictly limited to only 1,916 craftsman-bound copies, each 448-page volume is individually signed by at least 7 major contributors.
For all those that imagine peace, Yoko Ono: Infinite Universe at Dawn celebrates Yoko Ono's seminal art and activism across eight decades.
Collector copies, numbered 351 to 1,500, are quarter-bound in soft-grain leather, with a die-cut 'Hole To See The Sky'. The book's 340 pages are edged in silver foil and housed in an embossed slipcase.
This remarkable limited edition book charts the band's performances from the early days in the sixties through to Pete Townshend's Lifehouse shows at Sadler's Wells in London, with emphasis on the legendary tours of the seventies, when the band was labelled the greatest live rock 'n' roll band in the world.
The Voyage of the Bounty Launch is a wonderfully descriptive account by John Fryer, Master of the Bounty, of the mutiny and subsequent voyage in the open boat, after being cast adrift with Bligh by Christian and his fellow mutineers. With a 42-page introductory text by Stephen Walters, authority on the life of Bligh.
George Alcock is acknowledged by professionals worldwide as having been one of the most successful amateur astronomers of the 20th century. In 1959 he found a new comet - the first to be discovered in Britain since 1894. He scanned the night sky until his death in 2000, in the hope of adding to his remarkable tally of discoveries: five comets and five novae.