Making Tracks: The Rise of Blondie
In the photographs of Chris Stein and words of Debbie Harry, Making Tracks details the story of Blondie, whose career propelled them from the depths of the Bowery to international renown as the hottest rock group in the world. Victor Bockris aided in the formation of the text and selection of photographs, which also provides an intimate portrait of the unique collaboration...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 21st 1998 by Da Capo Press
(first published 1982)
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The definitve, must read history of Blondie. Debbie Harry, along with Chris Stein and Victor Bockris take the reader back in time, tracing the history of the band from it's humble Bowery origins all the way through their breakthrough worldwide succeses of the early 1980's. The (now) rare book is packed with amazing rare photos that make a copy worth almost whatever price you have to pay to obtain one.
Interesting book with a lot of ink given to people that never lived long enough to realize their full potential. This came out near the end of Blondie when it was first published. You get the feeling that so much more could have been said but Debbie and Chris are smart and funny so it;s well worth the read and the photographs by Chris Stein are remarkable.
I have an earlier edition of this. The definitive book on Blondie, Deb, Chris, and the phenomenon that was that band. Great photos, many by Chris Stein in a very intimate behind-the-scenes capture of their lives at home and on the road. Simply put, this is fabulous.
Deborah Ann Harry is a Golden Globe-nominated and Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter and actress most famous for being the lead singer for the punk rock/new wave band Blondie. She has also had some success as a solo artist, recording five solo albums and has sold more then 7 million records. In the mid 1990s she also performed and recorded as part of the Jazz Passengers. Harry has also engaged...moreMore about Debbie Harry...