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Author: David Fahey,Jim Marshall
ISBN: 0976456605
Subcategory: Collections Catalogs & Exhibitions
Pages 130 pages
Publisher Wolgang's Vault Press; 2nd edition (January 6, 1997)
Language English
Category: Photo and Art
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eBook Not Fade Away: The Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall download

by David Fahey,Jim Marshall


His work has been published worldwide and is included in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian.

His work has been published worldwide and is included in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian. He is the author of Not Fade Away: The Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall. A wonderful collection of the shots, the sentiments and the energy of Rock and all its icons. Even if you didn't get to witness it back in the day, this book offers you a ticket to ride.

Jim Marshall Photography LLC is the sole authority to provide a. .

Jim Marshall Photography LLC is the sole authority to provide a Certificate of Authenticity & Provenance from the estate of Jim Marshall. He had the power to look into the soul of an individual and to capture the mood of an entire generation. com (second printing).

Jim Marshall is the ultimate rock and roll photographer: a man who began shooting during San Francisco's acid rock heyday and never stopped. The 124 duotone images include virtually every artist in the rock pantheon, including the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Cream, Bob Dylan, the Who, Muddy Waters, Jim Morrison, Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin, the Allman Brothers Band, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Chris Isaak, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Book Trailer for THE HAIGHT: Love, Rock and Revolution. The art is based on a photo by Jim Marshall Photography LLC, which I used originally as part of my American Civic series. I wanted to paint this portrait of Johnny Cash on a large scale, not only as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of Cash’s Live at Folsom Prison album, but also in the hopes to ignite a conversation around the need for incarceration reform. Thanks Music On Walls for choosing this mural as the winner of 2018 Best Music On Walls Mural!

Not Fade away : The Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall. David Fahey ist Mitbesitzer der Fahey/Klein Galerie in Los Angeles. Im Lauf seiner 31jährigen Karriere war er an der Herstellung von mehr als 45 Büchern über Kunstfotografie beteiligt.

Not Fade away : The Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall. By (author) Jim Marshall, Foreword by Michael Douglas. Er ist Co-Vizepräsident der Herb Ritts Foundation und sitzt im Beratungsgremium für Fotografie des J. Paul Getty Museum.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Not fade away: The rock & roll photography. Publisher: Little, Brown, Boston. Publication Date: 1997.

Not Fade Away: Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall. 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.

Not Fade Away: Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall (Hardback). Jim Marshall (author). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Hardback 160 Pages, Published: 01/12/1997.

Jim Marshall is the ultimate rock and roll photographer: a man who began shooting during San Francisco's acid rock heyday and never stopped. His outsized personality and penchant for fast living has given him a special rapport with musicians over the years - and enabled him to get the candid, revealing shots no one else even attempted. Not Fade Away collects the best of Marshall's photography for the first time - and gives us a visual history of the rock and roll era that is unprecedented in its intimacy, immediacy, and impact. The 124 duotone images include virtually every artist in the rock pantheon, including the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Cream, Bob Dylan, the Who, Muddy Waters, Jim Morrison, Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin, the Allman Brothers Band, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Chris Isaak, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Complete with extended captions that detail the stories behind the photographs, Not Fade Away is the ultimate rock and roll gift book.
Altad
A tremendous collection of striking photography and associated vignettes on the context of the photos. It's a good piece of inspiration for any budding photographer and makes a decent addition to a coffee table.
Olwado
great
The Sphinx of Driz
It's some of Jim Marshall's finest photographs. What can you say? If you're a Marshall fan you gotta dig it. It's not the best book of his out there, but it's a good one.
Global Progression
A wonderful collection of the shots, the sentiments and the energy of Rock and all its icons.Even if you didn't get to witness it back in the day, this book offers you a ticket to ride.
Marinara
One of America's pre-eminient rock photographers surfaces. Jim Marshall's work was a fixture of the '60s and some of the '70s, especially when it came to the Summer of Love and SF. But then like Flower Power & the '60s, Marshall indeed "faded away." His later output in the '70s and '80s is devoid of post-'60s icons as Springsteen, who had a huge pre-Time/Newsweek magazine following here, as well as others. I first met him 12 yrs ago when he sold me one of his photos. I was familiar with his work with Life (Stones 1972 tour) and before and was thrilled to be able to meet the man. At the time I wondered why he hadn't published a book yet. Now here it is and for the most part it delivers bigtime. Great insights delivered via the photo captions; sometimes when Marshall compliments an artist ("so-&-so was the greatest") it might come off a bit on the light side but you can't really complain. His work speaks for itself. It was powerful and awesome. Also in the book are photos of recent performers such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Maybe it's the Times...maybe it's the Subjects...but these recent photos didn't belong in this book at all. It's great to see Marshall's more current work, but I think quite a bit of the magic was missing. Marshall himself acknowledges this. If anybody can conjure this old feeling back through the art of photography, he can.
Mr.Savik
So MUCH ink has been spilled about the 60's & early 70's, most of it overblown or off base in someway. Marshall's black and white photos (most of them taken by a Leica without flash!) get to the heart and soul of the times in ways most writers can only dream of...I can't wait until the color volume comes out. Powerful stuff (like a shot of great whiskey), a must have for any music fan. The HIGHEST recommendation!
Mori
a beautiful music book from a very opinionated photographer. both text and images are the top shelf material.
As post teeners in SF's North Beach, Jim and I caroused the jazz clubs in the 50s with his first Leica. Always caustic, ever insightful, Jim progressed from raw talent to brilliant. This book is super to those who lived it !!!! Jack Bennett