Category: Book Reviews

REVIEW: Jimmy Page – The Anthology

REVIEW: Jimmy Page – The Anthology

Depending on when you were born you’re more than likely to have different experiences of first hearing about and seeing Jimmy Page. Me personally it was watching a rerun of the 1966 Blow Up film featuring David Hemmings and Vanessa…

REVIEW: London - Patrick Keiller - fuel publishing

REVIEW: London – Patrick Keiller – fuel publishing

The latest Fuel Publication book details a place known around the world as being mecca for all types of people to gather,  enticed by its nooks and crannies, the bigger details and it’s shimmering startling scenery. London, a new book…

REVIEW: '79 The Mod Revival - Garry Bushell book

REVIEW: ’79 The Mod Revival – Garry Bushell book

The Mod revival period of the late 70’s going through to the mid 80’s helped many woman and man touch various tailor-made pieces of cloth in various changing colours including wearing bowling shoes, ten pin alleys were never as popular…

REVIEW: Paul - Photograph's by Andy Crofts

REVIEW: Paul – Photographs by Andy Crofts

Currently sitting pretty at number 1 in the album charts with his name being mentioned in the same breath as Lennon and McCartney, Paul Weller has much to being proud of at this moment in time. One of his band…

REVIEW: 13th Floor Elevators - A Visual History

REVIEW: 13th Floor Elevators – A Visual History

With a stellar writing line up in Paul Drummond, Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage this chunky 328 page book, published by Anthology Editions, has a wealth of unseen pictures, documents and memorabilia making this collection a collectors dream come true…