mercredi 20 mai 2015

Mick Rock's Taschen book "The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973" & other reissues...on color vinyl...

Mick Rock's Taschen book "The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973"
Enfin voici les visuels du livre Taschen dont la sortie était prévue pour Juin mais qui semble avoir été repoussée à septembre 2015, nous vous en parlions déjà le 08 Avril 2015 sur notre page Facebook ( ici) . Les réservations pour ce livre qui deviendra collector sont déjà ouvertes depuis un bon mois à la boutique TASCHEN de Paris.

With texts by Barney Hoskyns and Michael Bracewell, The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973, is published in September and is available to pre-order now in three different versions.
Limited to a total of 1,972 numbered copies signed by David Bowie and Mick Rock, this book is available as a Collector’s Edition and also in two Art Editions of 100 copies each, with a pigment print signed by Mick Rock.

Collector's Edition: (201-1,972) ($700) 
Art Edition A: 100 copies with a print signed by photographer Mick Rock. (1-100) ($1,800) 
Art Edition B: 100 copies with an alternative print by Mick Rock. (101-200) ($1,800)
Each edition comes with 3 foldouts in a 12.4 x 17.3 inch clamshell box with lenticular cover and all are signed by David Bowie and Mick Rock

 Autres sorties:
 On June 15th, Music On Vinyl (@musiconvinyl) will issue David Bowie’s 'hours...', the first time the album has received an official release on vinyl.

• 180 gram audiophile vinyl
• 20-page booklet
• Available on vinyl for the first time!
• First pressing available in 2 colours:
- 2.500 numbered copies on mint green vinyl
- 2.500 numbered copies on blue / purple mixed vinyl
• Also available on black vinyl

 Due via Friday Music on June 23 is a translucent blue 180g audiophile vinyl pressing of Heathen, to be followed shortly thereafter by a clear vinyl issue of Reality.
 Both albums were mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and pressed at RTI. They will be presented in beautiful tri-fold sleeves featuring elements from the original artwork.
Get infos, for all of this, here on DAVID BOWIE's Official website

et toujours à Paris:
L’Exposition "DAVID BOWIE IS" @ Philharmonie ( jusqu'à la fin du mois de Mai)
Bowie par Sukita @ Galerie Stardust  ( idem)