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Debbie Harry and Blondie: Picture This

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Astartling and energetic visual record of the band that spawned power pop at the peak of their success and their sultry-cool lead singer, now in paperback

Blondie were the most successful rock act to emerge from New York's seminal and anarchic downtown punk scene of the mid-1970s.Their beautiful, multi-talented lead singer, Debbie Harry, became the most photogenic and photo
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Palazzo Editions (first published November 1st 2003)
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saw it in the library, had to tke it home (along with another Mick Rock one).

In 1976 - was it - I was 21, living in a shared student house in Bath, and everyone gathered around the TV on Thursdays for Top of the Pops (and usually Balnkety Blank). One Thursday there was Blondie (Denis Denis) and Debbie Harry was wearing a one piece swimsuit and a man's suit jacket. Mesmerising. After that we never missed a TOTP when the band were in the charts (in much the same way the women of the house perked
I really love mick rock's photography. I also really love blondie.... So I guess I was expecting a lot more from this book.

I bought "moonage daydream" a year or so before and was amazed by david bowie's stories and how the linked in so cohesively with the photographs mick had taken.

Picture this doesn't have a narrative from Debbie Harry or any other members of blondie, but rather just a rather long winded description on how the photographs were taken. Some of the stories are quite technical with
Claire Rose
Pictures good (but not actually amazing), text rubbish, whole package a bit shoddy.
Lowri got me this for Christmas,it is beautiful.
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Mick Rock was the man who photographed rock 'n' roll in the seventies, especially glam. He was the official photographer of David Bowie through all his personas.

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