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Receive ‘When Ziggy Played The Marquee’, ‘Every Picture Tells a Story’ and ‘All About Bond’ all SIGNED by Terry O’Neill for just £120.
When Ziggy Played The Marquee
When David Bowie played The Marquee Club in October 1973, most of those who attended at this famed small venue did not realise that this would be the last performance Bowie would ever give as Ziggy Stardust.
Award-winning music writer Daniel Rachel interviews key contributors from that day, including O’Neill, Ava Cherry, Amanda Lear, Suzi Ronson and Geoff MacCormack – along with new insights and memories from fans who were in the audience who played witness to this incredible moment in music history.
Every Picture Tells a Story
From The Beatles to the Rolling Stones, Terry O’Neill fast became the photographer of the 1960s. Having an eye – and ear – for music and musicians, he instinctively knew what bands to focus on. And they in turn trusted him. “I remember sitting in a pub with the Beatles and the Stones. We were just hanging-out and talking about what we’d do next, after all of this was over. By this, we meant the fame, being the ‘new kids of the moment’. Usually, this sort of celebrity doesn’t last. Little did we know that 60 years later, we’d still be at it.”
Music lead O’Neill to Hollywood and working with stars resulted not only in to memorable moments but long-lasting friendships. He travelled with Frank Sinatra. Took Raquel Welch to the beach. Went in the ring with Ali. Put The Who in a cage. O’Neill captured many of the most unforgettable faces from the frontline of fame, and his photographs exude his own brand of serene simplicity, intimate behind-the-scene moments and the rare quality of trust between photographer and subject.
All About Bond
Terry O’Neill has photographed five James Bonds and more than 20 Bond girls during 50 years on the James Bond film sets. This is a unique photographic chronicle of 007 from Connery to Craig and the iconic Bond girls, featuring insightful essays on Ian Fleming and personal memoirs from notable leading ladies such as Honor Blackman and Britt Ekland.