24 Nights is Eric Clapton's signed limited edition book and CD box set, commemorating a record 24-night performance at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991. This book is a unique collaboration between Eric Clapton, Peter Blake, Derek Taylor and Genesis Publications.
This fascinating book was first published in 1796 under the title: Letters from Mr Fletcher Christian Containing a Narrative of the Transactions on Board His Majesty's Ship Bounty Before and After Mutiny, With His Subsequent Voyages and Travels in South America. The Letters of Fletcher Christian is a fine facsimile of an original 1796 copy.
Into Tomorrow is Paul Weller's visual chronicle of his entire solo career, spanning over 20 years, from the Style Council to 2014's More Modern Classics. Annotated with his own text captions, Weller is retracing his journey in over 800 iconic but mostly unseen photographs. This photographic archive is now being shared by friend and photographer, Lawrence Watson.
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.
From behind the drums to behind the lens, in Photograph Ringo Starr opens his archives to share memories of his childhood, The Beatles and beyond. Rare and unseen photographs taken by Ringo, with others reproduced from his family albums, are showcased here for fans of The Beatles and anyone passionate about modern music.
Paul Weller's visual chronicle of his entire solo career, spanning over 20 years. Annotated with his own text captions, Weller is retracing his journey in 800 iconic but mostly unseen photographs. Lawrence Watson tells the story from behind the camera, adding recollections of gigs, recording sessions and tours, from London to San Francisco, to Tokyo and back.
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.