Let it be 1969 News

A Conversation with Ethan Russell (part two)


Sep 11, 2020

For SATB’s 200th episode (more or less), we’re doing something
special: returning with guest photographer/writer Ethan Russell,
one of this most storied individuals in rock history through his
iconic visual documentation of The Beatles, the Rolling Stones and
The Who, to name three (scores more as well). Ethan was the
official rock photographer of the Rock ‘n’ Roll
Circus
, the Let It Be sessions, the final Beatles
group photo shoot, as well as behind tons of other classic images,
most of which have been gathered up and published in his latest
book, Photographs – a singular monograph of
superlative visuals presented in stunning quality. It’s available
only at his website: www.ethanrussell.com 

I spoke with Ethan
last year
 and this follow on covers more details of his
work with the Fabs: his impressions of them individually – of Yoko
– of the Let It Be project and Michael Lindsay-Hogg,
as well as of Peter Jackson (of whose upcoming work Ethan got a
peek). Ethan came of age in San Francisco and went to
London in 1967 – within a year he was in the orbit of the top
British acts of the day. As a chronicler of the times, his work and
observations are impeccable.   





Source link

Subscribe for your chance to win a signed copy of 'Let it Be' Signed by  Alan Parsons Number: 1969

Anyone signed up to the Let It ne newsletter will be automatically entered into a prize draw on february 28, 2022 to win a signed copy of the album. By signing up to the newsletter you’ll receive the inside track news , including regular news updates related to the Beatles.

THE BEATLES: LET IT BE CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH ALAN PARSONS

All original vinyls are personally signed by Mr Parsons.

More info

SHARE THIS POST

primadonna

Primadonna Productions Inc.
3055 Germaine-Guevremont
Laval, Qc
CANADA
H7E 5M8

Stay Connected

Subscribe for your chance to win a signed copy of ‘Let it Be’ Signed by Alan Parsons Number: 1969