- Books

It's A Long Way: From Acca-Dacca to Zappa

It s A Long Way From Acca Dacca to Zappa The images in It s a Long Way From Acca Dacca to Zappa capture what many believe to be the Golden Age of Australian music the years from to As chief photographer for music magazine Go Set

  • Title: It's A Long Way: From Acca-Dacca to Zappa
  • Author: Philip Morris
  • ISBN: 9781760067410
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The images in It s a Long Way From Acca Dacca to Zappa capture what many believe to be the Golden Age of Australian music, the years from 1969 to 1979.As chief photographer for music magazine Go Set, Philip Morris was in the best possible position to photograph the many stars of the day, including such local heroes as AC DC, Billy Thorpe, the Angels and Johnny O Keefe, alThe images in It s a Long Way From Acca Dacca to Zappa capture what many believe to be the Golden Age of Australian music, the years from 1969 to 1979.As chief photographer for music magazine Go Set, Philip Morris was in the best possible position to photograph the many stars of the day, including such local heroes as AC DC, Billy Thorpe, the Angels and Johnny O Keefe, along with international visitors like the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Yes, Wings and T Rex And Philip was able to document these legendary performers from close range, with the type of all areas access that is unheard of today.It s a Long Way From Acca Dacca to Zappa is a remarkable document of an era in music and popular culture that we re likely never to witness again.

    • Free Read [Philosophy Book] ☆ It's A Long Way: From Acca-Dacca to Zappa - by Philip Morris à
      371 Philip Morris
    • thumbnail Title: Free Read [Philosophy Book] ☆ It's A Long Way: From Acca-Dacca to Zappa - by Philip Morris à
      Posted by:Philip Morris
      Published :2018-09-05T16:36:19+00:00

    1 thought on “It's A Long Way: From Acca-Dacca to Zappa

    1. I read this book in just over two hours as it is mainly photography.While the photos were fantastic and they captured the time and atmosphere really well,I would of liked more anecdotes about the musicians the author worked so closely with

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *