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George Harrison: Be Here Now

Barry Feinstein Chris Murray; Donovan

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Rizzoli International
07 October 2020
Music
Photographer Barry Feinstein (1931-2011) had a decades-long career most famously capturing the most iconic photos of Bob Dylan and George Harrison. Barry was on-hand from 1970-1972 for Harrison's blockbuster Triple Crown - the release of All Things Must Pass; The Concert for Bangladesh; and Living in the Material World. Feinstein captured George Harrison at home, in his garden, and in the caves on his property. Nearly all the images are previously unpublished. The book will also contain never-before-seen ephemera related to these seminal releases. Barry's widow will ask Bob Dylan and Ringo to contribute text. The book will coincide with the 50th anniversary of All Things Must Pass. George Harrison is the best-selling post-breakup Beatle, and there is still a significant fandom for George Harrison. George Harrison: Be Here Now is a deep visual dive that Beatles/George Harrison fans will want to add to their collection.
By:   Barry Feinstein, Chris Murray; Donovan
Imprint:   Rizzoli International
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 216mm, 
ISBN:   9780847867752
ISBN 10:   0847867757
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   07 October 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Barry Feinstein (1931-2011) was an American photographer who worked with a who's-who list of icons including Bob Dylan, Judy Garland, and Steve McQueen. His photos of celebrities and such politicians as John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon appeared in national publications, including Time, Esquire, and Newsweek. Chris Murray is a writer and founder of Govinda Gallery. Donovan is a Scottish singer and songwriter best known for his hit songs Catch the Wind, Sunshine Superman, and Mellow Yellow.

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A vibrant and worthy tribute to Harrison... --KIRKUS REVIEWS


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