Roadwork - Rock & Roll Turned Inside Out, by Tom Wright Book

$ 25.00

AS A FRIEND AND COHORT OF SOME OF ROCK MUSIC'S BIGGEST LEGENDS - the Who, Rod Stewart and the Faces, the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, Joe Walsh and the James Gang, and many others - photographer Tom Wright was given unparalleled access to almost every aspect of the musicians' lives, on-and offstage. Roadwork, with a foreword by the Who's Pete Townshend, is a compilation of Wright's groundbreaking photography and the true stories behind the captivating pictures that have earned him praise as " America's most important documenter of the 1960s and 1970s rock and roll scene.

Tom Wright has been rock and roll's best kept secret since 1962, when he got Pete Townshend high and introduced him to American blues. He lives in northern Michigan.

This is a 303 page hardcover book, complete with both legendary photographs and the stories behind them.