David Bowie: Any Day Now, The London Years (1947-1974) LIMITED EDITION
Artist(s): Gerald Fearnley/Various
Author(s): Kevin Cann
Format: Hardback clothbound in box
Edition: Limited Edition/475
Year published: 2010
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 336
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour throughout
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Limited Edition version of David Bowie: Any Day Now.
Limited to 475 individually numbered and signed copies including an exclusive signed colour print of Bowie, shot for his 1967 album David Bowie by photographer Gerald Fearnley.
This special edition is presented in a black cloth-bound clamshell box with silver embossed titling and bright red pull ribbon. Each hand-finished hardback book has silver edged paper and comes complete with 12 individually printed tip-ins of rare early career Davie Jones and David Bowie memorabilia.
Packed with hundreds of interviews and beautifully reproduced images, this title is a lavish chronology giving an in-depth year-by-year account of Bowie’s life from his birth in south London in 1947 to his departure from the city in 1974, including a wealth of new information.
Rare previously unpublished images and photographs are included such as; photos with The Lower Third in 1965, colour photos of David posing with life-size models of The Beatles from Yellow Submarine in 1968, and images of Bowie performing at the Glastonbury Festival in 1971.