Japan: A Foreign Place, by Anthony Reynolds

A Foreign Place is a comprehensive biography of the influential band Japan by musician and author, Anthony Reynolds. Chronicling the rise and fall of one of the 1980s most respected and beloved bands, Anthony's intimate book lifts the veil on the creative processes and personal histories of a fascinating group of introspective musicians whose activities [...]

The Rolling Stones’ Rock ‘n’ Roll Circus- December 11, 1968: As seen through the lens of Michael Randolph

I'm delighted to announce that foreign rights are now available for this extraordinary forthcoming title... The legendary portrait photographer, Michael Randolph had known The Rolling Stones since the early 1960s and on 11 December 1968, following an invitation by the group’s founding member, Brian Jones, he was able to visit the set of their latest [...]

X-Ray Audio: The Strange Story of Soviet Music on the Bone

Here's another fascinating new title from Strange Attractor that I'll be representing at the London Book Fair next week... Many older people in Russia remember seeing and hearing mysterious vinyl flexi-discs when they were young. They had partial images of skeletons on them, could be played like gramophone records and were called ‘bones’ or ‘ribs’. [...]

Keith Richards: A Life in Pictures

Rock's indestructible hero has been photographed by many people over half a century... Keith Richards: A Life in Pictures is a coffee table gem featuring more than 300 photographs in colour and black-and-white by Annie Liebowitz, Jim Marshall, Michael Cooper, Gered Mankowitz, Terry O'Neill, Deborah Feingold, Neil Preston and Mark Seliger. The NME ran a [...]

Looking Through You: The Beatles Book Monthly Photo Archive

The following article is written by Chris Charlesworth, the editor who put this project together... "About a year ago Tom Adams came to see me with a proposition. He was, he said, the son-in-law of Sean O’Mahony, the now retired publisher of The Beatles Book Monthly, who during the sixties had amassed a gigantic collection [...]