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Ethan Russell: An American Story

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About Ethan Russell, Keith Richards said, "(His) was no ordinary eye, and I found out no ordinary mind behind it … a quiet thoughtful man with a blinding vision "The true story of a young American who in 1967 travels to England, knowing no one, and becomes the photographer for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and later the Eagles, and many others. With over 300 ph ...more
ebook, V1.0 , 400 pages
Published June 15th 2012 by Ethan Russell and Associates
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Annette Reynolds
Jul 27, 2013 Annette Reynolds rated it liked it
Great concept: An interactive history of the Baby Boom Generation through video, music, photos, interviews, etc. Also, you can add your own story and impressions of the time.
Russell, one of THE photographers of the period (he was the only photographer to ever photograph covers for The Who, The Beatles, and The Stones) and his work is stellar.
His premise is that there's never really been a true history written of the Baby Boomers; that the era has been reduced to a few sound bites. He tries to
Dec 29, 2013 Ckk527 rated it really liked it
Note: I realized after writing this brief preliminary review that it felt like a postcard written for friends back home. Appropriate, I think.
I couldn't wait to begin reading this ebook and explore its interactive blog. Almost immediately, I slowed my journey to focus on the trip, and not the destination. Each chapter holds my attention and takes me on numerous side trips - just like a perfect road saga or wandering. More on the sights, sounds, etc., soon.
Just completed another read of this gem,
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Ethan Russell is a multi-Grammy nominated author, photographer and director. He is a pioneer of music video and the only photographer to have photographed covers for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Who. He is the author of "Dear Mr. Fantasy" (Houghton Mifflin 1985), LET IT BLEED: The Rolling Stones 1969 U.S. Tour (Limited Edition Rhino Entertainment, Trade Grand Central publishing) 2005/2 ...more
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