In the summer of '64, hearts and souls across America were captivated by the music, charm and wit of The Beatles, whose songs assaulted the US charts as a backlog of records took over the top positions. Beatlemania had touched down in the American heartlands, and it seemed that everyone wanted to touch, or be touched, by this new phenomenon.
The official limited edition book, crafted to celebrate the enduring success of one of the world's greatest rock bands. Presenting the photographs of Mick Rock, original text by Brian May, Mary Austin and Mick Rock, and featuring quotes of the period from Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon.
Published in a limited edition of only 500 copies with a foreword by HRH Prince Charles The Prince of Wales, each craftsman-bound volume is signed by George Darwin, great grandson of Charles Darwin.
Signed by: Nick Mason and Storm Thorgerson
Contributors: Storm Thorgerson
Life and work of the Viennese artist. 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.
Genesis Publications' Early Dylan: The Limited Edition is available in an edition of just 250 numbered copies. Early Dylan presents the black-and-white images (many published here for the first time) and recollections of three of the finest photographers of the sixties, capturing Bob Dylan between 1963 and 1966.
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.