Guildford: Genesis Publications, June 1999. COLLECTOR EDITION, number 1500 of 1750 copies, Signed by Putland, with additional loose typed letter, on Genesis-headed paper, signed by the publisher. Foreword by Stones' guitarist Mick Taylor. 'KEITH' window image- each subscriber chose the photo to be used on the box from a range of shots (Keith being the best, in the opinion of this writer). Quarter black goatskin over buckram boards, blocked in orange, with vignette portrait. Housed in a custom silk-screened solander box with die-cut window, printed in black and orange. A fine, unused copy. Now fully subscribed, this is a Genesis 'Hall of Fame' title. Putland's archive documents the seventies which many consider the most interesting decade in the band's history, and beyond, resulting in a photographic history second to none; including shots of Mick Taylor in the line-up; the incredible It's Only Rock'n'Roll video shoot; the arrival of Ronnie Wood; the first pictures of Keith after his Toronto drug bust; backstage at the Palladium; and the fantastic 100 Club gig. Other musicians also photographed here include Paul McCartney and Billy Preston (The Beatles/Apple), Bob Marley and Peter Tosh (The Wailers), Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) Eric Clapton, Ian McLagan (Small Faces) and Van Morrison. Unbelievably, Michael Putland's images have rarely been published, never exhibited, and never before presented in such an exquisite art form. A superb archive of classic images with accompanying text, from the Rolling Stones official tour photographer, the series of photos run from just before the 1972 'Exile On Main Street' tour, through to the 1986 Grammy awards. Item #46082
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