Administrators sam_webmaster Posted November 30, 2017 Administrators Share Posted November 30, 2017 from photographer Robert Ellis: NEW PHOTO BOOK ON LED ZEPPELIN DUE IN FEBRUARY 2018 LED ZEPPELIN - Live Times. Pre-order open NOW [PR] THE ROCK LIBRARY and photographer Robert Ellis announce their latest hard back photo book. Their ninth ... with a twist! This book is 200 large format pages incorporating over 500 images by Robert Ellis in colour and black and white, sitting inside a beautifully hand bound hard back cover and is to be published in February 2018. It is a visual document of eleven shows at eight of their events in the UK. It starts at their first major show in 1969 at the London Royal Albert Hall and spans the bands career up to their final UK event at Knebworth Festival in 1979. Most of the photographs incorporated have not been seen before, (well, they always say that!). The book will only be available to buy from our pre-order page at www.therocklibrary.com. This page is open now, and will close on the last day of January 2018, after which this book will not be available to buy again. The price is £95 UK pounds plus shipping. We ship worldwide. The total price will be automatically converted to your local currency using the prevailing rate at the time of your order. Only orders received via the website www.therocklibrary.com on or before the pre-order closing date will be honoured. PayPal and all major debit and credit cards are accepted via a secured server. Each copy will be signed by the author. A dedication can be added if requested at the time of order. Robert Ellis was working for the leading UK music papers during this time and was privileged to get unprecedented all-show access to the shows on all those tours including three of the iconic five nights at Earls Court in 1975. Robert's photos from this event became the cover story in the following weeks edition of Melody Maker. The Rock Library began publishing hard back rock music books in 2014 and features titles on Genesis, AC/DC, Status Quo, The Who, Iron Maiden and Scorpions. More to come! --- Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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