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Quirky melodies, flamboyant style, and unforgettable vocal harmonies made Queen one of the most iconic bands of all time. This series of photographs documents the spectacularly productive artistic relationship between Mick Rock and Queen during the 1970’s. Hailed as the man who shot the 70s,” Mick launched his career chronicling the rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust, and moved on to photograph Lou Reed, the Sex Pistols, and Queen. Through more than 250 images from his vast archive, follow Mick from Queen’s watershed gig in London, through to the legendary free concert in Hyde Park. Fascinating anecdotes on his time with the group provide a comprehensive portrait of one of the world’s great bands at a pivotal time in their career.
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Mick Rock is widely recognised as one of the most significant and prolific music photographers of the 1970s.Review:
"Looking back, it is obvious that Mick was a master of his art very early on. The images in this book...stand up fresh and untarnished by time. His handling of keylight and shade, his figuring of faces his awareness of sheer texture, are all superb. His pictures speak louder than worlds. Thank you, Mick Rock, for the excellence you achieved with us and for us. It was almost worth lying on the floor covered in Vaseline, having cold water thrown over us! - Brian MayRock may not have been the most consistent of photographers...yey he has produced genuine iconography.' Classic Rock
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Book Description Sterling, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111402751923
Book Description Sterling, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1402751923