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Not Fade Away

Not Fade Away Not Fade Away collects the best of Marshall s photography for the first time and gives us an electrifying visual history of the rock roll era that is unprecedented in its intimacy immediacy and impa

  • Title: Not Fade Away
  • Author: Jim Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780821223628
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Not Fade Away collects the best of Marshall s photography for the first time and gives us an electrifying visual history of the rock roll era that is unprecedented in its intimacy, immediacy, and impact The 124 duotone images include virtually every artist in the rock pantheon, from Muddy Waters to Janis Joplin, the Rolling Stones to the Red Hot Chili Peppers WitNot Fade Away collects the best of Marshall s photography for the first time and gives us an electrifying visual history of the rock roll era that is unprecedented in its intimacy, immediacy, and impact The 124 duotone images include virtually every artist in the rock pantheon, from Muddy Waters to Janis Joplin, the Rolling Stones to the Red Hot Chili Peppers With a foreword by actor producer Michael Douglas, a feature article profiling Jim Marshall by Jon Bowermaster, and extended captions that detail the stories behind the photographs, Not Fade Away is sure to be coveted by rock roll and photography fans worldwide.

    • ↠ Not Fade Away || Ê PDF Read by ↠ Jim Marshall
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      Published :2018-05-11T04:00:07+00:00

    1 thought on “Not Fade Away

    1. This is more than just a "picture book." Marshall taps into his nostalgic encounters with the gods and goddesses of rock and blues of the '60s, while offering brief insights about his photography techniques. The captions unmask conversations long past, and offer an untrodden glimpse of megastars such as Jimi Hendrix and Janice Joplin in their glory days. Marshall believes in simplicity (he only uses natural light), honesty (he never stages a photo shoot), and respect for all his subjects (he alw [...]

    2. This book is a part of rock and roll history. I am a big Jim Marshall fan, if you like his work, I recommend you to get this book.

    3. The pictures are great, but they're far too small for a book of this size. And the text is both arrogant and condescending.

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