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Pearl Jam

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Contemporary music photography suffers from a lack of unhindered contact between photographer and subject. The musicians prefer to control the process and, while one understands that impulse (would you want to see your mug turn up in print after a bad hair day?), the result is often an excess of carefully crafted but soulless images that have everything to do with publicit ...more
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Robert
Jun 16, 2010 Robert rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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A picture book. Ironic title considering there are no Places or Dates listed on any picture. I really don't see the point of a book with just pictures and no text or corresponding information.
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Pearl Jam: Place/Date by Charles Peterson (1999)
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My biased review says that it is amazing
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I have this book and its a great piece of art work! The pictures are sensational and artistic, very nice!
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