Golden Dreams is a photographic journey accompanying The Beatles during the filming of A Hard Day's Night in Liverpool, 1964. The limited edition book presents Astrid Kirchherr and Max Scheler's unpublished pictures of The Beatles, the Liverpool music scene's early-60s explosion, and the phenomenon of the Merseybeat.
Biography of G.F. von Tempsky - folk hero, soldier, adventurer, artist and musician. Von Tempsky in Prussia, Central America, travels in Mexico, Californian gold rushes and the New Zealand Maori-European Land Wars of the 1860s.
From Hamburg to Hollywood is a retrospective of Jürgen Vollmer's life and work, told through his own design, stories and photographs. It begins with recollections of Jürgen's time with The Beatles in his native Hamburg in 1960, moving on to Paris and an influential meeting with John and Paul.
Derek Taylor's colourful autobiography, packed with glorious pieces of memorabilia from his early days as a journalist, to his term as Beatles publicist and great friend and beyond.
For the first time ever, the entire black and white Rolling Stones archive of celebrated Stones photographer Gered Mankowitz is reproduced as 12" x 16" contact sheets.
The Making of Exile On Main St., Dominique Tarlé's extensive archive of Nellcôte photographs.
Within a single signed leather-bound book, Exile published 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.
Life and work of the Viennese artist. Von Guerard travelled to Australia in 1852 and spent time on the Ballarat goldfields. He later moved to Melbourne and was appointed Master of the School of Painting at the National Gallery of Victoria. This book includes a complete ilustrated biography focusing on von Guerard's time in Australia.
The journal of botanist Joseph Banks, who travelled aboard the HMS Endeavour on Captain Cook's first voyage to the South Pacific.
2 volumes, octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to spines. With the dust jackets. Coloured frontispiece to each and 14 other similar plates. 80 black and white plates, 8 sketch-maps to the text, all but 2 full-page, folding track-chart.
Elvis & the Birth of Rock documents the extraordinary music bus tours that travelled the States during the fifties, often presenting several legendary performers in a single billing.
A Day in the Life by award-winning photo-journalist, Michael Ward, introduces rare photographs that capture 24 hours with The Beatles on February 19, 1963 – a day of singular historical importance.
A rare limited edition book of Bob Gruen's photography of The Rolling Stones taken from 1972 to 1997, documenting the band's touring career and also their solo appearances, both official and impromptu, and alongside other rock 'n' roll legends such as John Lennon, Bob Dylan and Chuck Berry.
A facsimile reproduction made from the original manuscript in Dickens' hand, published as a limited edition of 250 copies and signed by Monica Dickens, great granddaughter of Charles Dickens.
Collage is Sir Jackie Stewart’s account of an incredible racing career, as told through the unseen archive of the Stewart family albums. Originally compiled by Sir Jackie’s wife, Lady Helen Stewart, the albums began in the early sixties with a few press cuttings donated by Lady Helen’s mother-in-law. They grew into 17 volumes.
"I grew up in Hamburg, not Liverpool." – John Lennon
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.
The Arc: The Grand History of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe is a remarkable leather-bound limited-edition book, and a milestone in racing publishing. This large-format, exquisitely printed 400-page volume recounts, for the first time, the running of every Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe from its inauguration in 1920 through to the race of 1997.