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Old 11-08-2020, 01:43 PM
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Guy Peelleart / Nik Cohn's art book Rock Dreams is a fantastic thing. If you've not seen it, it's an art book with snippets of text where various singers, bands etc are mostly shown in imaginings of their songs or personas - The Drifters are under the boardwalk, Rod Stewart is a hooligan, etc. I had it in the late 70's only to find my younger brother had taken it apart and used it as posters. Fortunately it was reissued by Taschen.
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