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Descripción Genesis/ Hedley, Guildford, 1990 First Edition. Hardback., 1990. 4to. 368 pages. Contributor's Copy. 14" x 10" Hardcover leather/buckram in yellow and black in a matching hand made printed yellow and black solander box. Limited edition of 5000 copies of which this is number 192 of 250 copies 'prepared for contributors.' This top limited edition of 250 is scarce and seldom offered for sale. A weighty photographic record of Michael Cooper's work. Michael Cooper was a 60’s 'beautiful person' (obit 1972) and friend of the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Robert Fraser etc., He shot the Sergeant Pepper album cover and also Satanic Majesty's Request. Every copy has at least 9 different autographs of subjects with Bill Wyman being the only constant. This copy is signed by 10 contributors Don Bachardy, Jo Bergman, Jenny Boyd, William Burroughs, Adam Cooper, Spencer Davis, Terry Doran, Anita Pallenberg, Colin Self, Bill Wyman.Solander box has liftable flap at centre - each copy having different small photo beneath - this has a photo of car surrounded by photographers, possibly the car contained Beatles.A lavish production and the ultimate record of this gilded period.ISBN: 0904351378 Book fine, box is very slightly rubbed and slightly bumped at corners o/w also about fine. Nº de ref. del artículo: C27828
Descripción Genesis Publications, 1990. Leather & Buckram. Condición: Fine. Deluxe Limited Numbered First Edition. A beautiful Limited Numbered First Edition Signed by former Beatle, the late George Harrison and 10 other contributors of the 93 that contributed text and memories to this beautiful edition of photographs by Michael Cooper. Numbered 1000 out of 5000 Signed Limited Editions. The contributors who signed include Tariq Ali, Peter Blake, Colin Self, Bill Wyman, Adam Cooper, Larry Rivers, Gerard Malanga, Billy Al Bengston, Terry Doran and Neil Aspinall. Beautifully bound in leather and buckram in bright yellow & black with red page edges, the book is in fine unread condition. Enclosed in a fine silkscreened solander box, with an image inset on the top, each book's is different. This inset picture is, we believe, of a young Ronnie Wood, of The Faces, and latter the Rolling Stones, from a photograph on p.71of the book. Forewords by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards; Introduction by Terry Southern; Consultancy by Bill Wyman. The most stupendous rock and roll picture book ever assembled. Michael Cooper's superb photographs provide a unique insider's view of the Sixties. It was a prolific and exhilarating period of artistic cross-fertilization. For the first time in Britain the class barriers were really down; in London, everyone seemed to know everyone, and we were unaware how close The Rolling Stones and the Beatles were. Through his association with Robert Fraser and the Stones and The Beatles, Michael met the artists, writers, poets and musicians of the time and the courtiers around them. He introduced these people to each other. Many of those who brilliantly lit up the decade on both sides of the Atlantic were photographed by him. His most well known photographic assignment was the album cover for The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. A beautiful set and scarce when signed by George Harrison. Nº de ref. del artículo: 4244