You Should Have Heard Just What I Seen
Published by Ecstatic Peace, You Should Have Heard Just What I Seen is photographer James Hamilton’s (Village Voice, Crawdaddy!) ode to people that made music in NYC from the 1960′s to the ’00s. Here’s what Thurston Moore has to say from the preface:
We depend on history to recount what is vanished, missed, dreamed of, and mythologized. In James’s archive I encounter a universe of sweetness, of salaciousness, and a spellbinding grace and natural wonderment that keeps me coming back to the city that defined romance for me and so many others. The romantic eye as love, as music.
Debbie Harry at home, 1977
U.S. LIST PRICE: U.S. $75.00
FORMAT: Hbk, 10 x 11.75 in. / 304 pgs / 300 duotone.
PUBLISHER: Ecstatic Peace Library
PUBLICATION DATE: 11/30/2010