Sixties, Portrait of an Era; Written in association with Steve Turner. Linda McCARTNEY.

Sixties, Portrait of an Era; Written in association with Steve Turner

London: Pyramid Books, 1992. First Edition. Hardcover: pp. [1-5] 6-175 [176]; More than 250 photographs, 32 in colour; Black cloth covered boards and spine with white lettering; Black and white dust jacket with small photo of author on front, and collection of images on back.

Some foxing on top edge; Minor foxing to title page; Dust jacket has vertical crease near fore-edge. Very good / very good. Item #1496

Linda McCartney's Sixties' pictures are an enduring testimony to the optimism and spontaneity of the decade's music. She was at the heart of it all. She photographed the Doors' first New York performance, sat in on the Who's rehearsals and Cream's recording sessions, went clubbing with Eric Burdon, and was Jimi Hendrix's close friend and confident. She was like a memeber of the band whose chosen instrument is the camera. (From inside dust jacket flap). Written in association with Steve Turner. With forward by David Bailey and introduction by Paul McCartney.

Price: $100.00

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