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THE BAND PHOTOGRAPHS: 1968-1969. The book is 160 pages, 12x12 inches, hardcover.
The book features more than 200 photographs documenting the Band during the time they made their first two albums, Music from Big Pink and The Band. More than half of the photos, drawn from Elliott’s archive of more than 12,000 images, have never been published before. This book is a pictorial history of The Band few have ever seen.
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As most people familiar with THE BAND's music know, I took the photos for their first two albums, Music From Big Pink and The Band. I shot over 8000 frames of film. Of these, only about 30 have been widely published.
For 40 odd years, I have lived with many more photos of the Band than anyone else has seen. I've wanted to make a book of them but could never find a publisher. Now it is within reach. With your support via the crowdsourcing website, Kickstarter, I'll be able to print and publish a book which allows these images to be seen as they deserve to be seen, beautifully printed on heavyweight art quality paper.
Read the Vanity Fair Article
about how Kickstarter Helped a Elliott Preserve a Piece of Rock History with The Band Photographs Book Project.
Read Night Flight’s exclusive interview with Elliott Landy about The Band and his new photography book.
Woodstock Vision, The Spirit Of A Generation
The Photographs of Elliott Landy
Includes a NEW 90 page section about the
Hardcover, 224 pages, 9.5 x 11 inches, nearly 300 photographs
Signed Edition $35
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Included are nearly 300 of Elliott’s classic photographs that helped define the Woodstock Era with intimate images of some of the greatest music legends of the Sixties at home and in concert. This new edition features a new 90-page Woodstock Festival section which captures and preserves the true vision and spirituality of the Festival and the time. It contains personal first-hand accounts from the producers, builders, hippies and straights that describe the spirituality, the trials and tribulations, and the sheer joy of being there. It is a true a celebration of a time that continues to inspire and has been embraced by succeeding generations.
Elliott Landy's photos
of Bob Dylan, The Band, Janis
Morrison, and many
others documented the music scene during
rock and roll period
which culminated with the 1969
Woodstock Festival, of
which he was the official photographer.
This site will give you a glimpse into that classic