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Keep Your Eyes Open: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman

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Fugazi, one of music's most revolutionary and gloriously indefinable bands, played their first concert on September 3, 1987...see site for more info.
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 2nd 2007 by CONSAFOS WHOLESALE ACCOUNT
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Mike Mckenzie
A must for all fans of fugazi. Every picture is referenced by every single song fugazi released which for some reason I just think is cool.
great photo book for those of us who remember this time / wish we remembered this time / just missed the chance to remember this time.

friedman's photos actually help place the gradeur that was fugazi in a frozen moment. i've tried to explain that they were huge to people who missed them completely. and the photo of the concert in dupont circle. that drives it home in a way that i dont think i could.

and i'll freely admit i never got to see them. and this book makes me wish i had.

ew norris
Glen Friedman, in his final words at the end of the book, says best what he has captured in these photos - deafening heart.
It's hard not to feel the heart swell looking at these pages remembering your own experiences at shows or to experience the audible memory of the song titles that serve as page numbers.
It is amazing how time flies...
Oct 21, 2007 David rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fugazi obsessives
Shelves: music
If you're a massive fan of Fugazi then it goes without saying that you'll like any scrap of new material related to them... even if it's just a coffee table book of nice pictures. Also includes an essay by the never-less-than-wonderful Ian Svenonius.
The very fact that this book exists makes me happy. Any book collecting the work of Glen E. Friedman is worth searching out. But a book dedicated to his history working with arguably the greatest band of the past 20 years? That is a prize. This book is fantastic. The photos are phenomenal, as is most of Friedman's work, and the accompanying essay by Ian Sevonius (?) about the philosophical, economical, musical, and historical aspects of Fugazi leaves you scratching your head with glee, even when ...more
Juan Carlos M
pretty much perfect
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