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"Love You Live, Rolling Stones: Fanfare from the Common Fan" is an incredible book with 80 stories from fans in 20 countries and features hundreds of photos never published before.
This beautiful coffee table book features a collection of stories and photos by fans on the road with the Rolling Stones for four decades. The book is presented from their fans' perspective and the hundreds of never-before-published photos of the Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World are amazing.
Each story contains a historic perspective of the era and the mood of the country it represents. The stories are anecdotal and personal and filled with adventures from the
40 years the Rolling Stones have been touring.
"Love You Live, Rolling Stones: Fanfare From the Common Fan" contains stories from fans from around the world who wrote about Rolling Stones memories at some of the most important events in the history of Rock 'n Roll, including: the crowd record-breaking concert in Hyde Park, the infamous Altamont Concert; the BBC special "Rock 'n' Roll Circus"; and the precedent-setting club concert, El Mocambo.
Editor Marilou Regan and Hans Oosterbaan have been collecting photos and stories for the book for nearly three years. There are over 700 photos in the book.
Most of the photos in "Love You Live, Rolling Stones; Fanfare from the Common Fan" have never before been published. Fans have shared their personal photo collections for the book. Some well-known professional Stones photographers, including Kevin Mazur, Dave Hogan, Bob Gruen, Phyllis Lattner, Bob Mussell, Fernando Aceves, and Thom Hoffman, have also contributed never-before-published photos to "Love You Live". And Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood has contributed a collectible
"Love You Live, Rolling Stones; Fanfare from the Common Fan" is in full color, has 256 pages and measures 9 x 12. It is the only tribute book dedicated to the Stones by their fans.
"Love You Live, Rolling Stones: Fanfare from the Common Fan" takes
it's name from a popular live Rolling Stones double album released in
1977 and was mostly recorded during their Tour of the Americas in
1975 and in Europe in 1976. At the beginning of each concert on this tour an excerpt from Aaron Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man" was played as an
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