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    Michael Braun: Love Me Do: The Beatles’ Progress – FIRST EDITION 1964 London: Penguin Paperback as issued, 1964. 141pp., b/w plates, Light toning o/w a very nice copy of the first British edition. Uncommon in such fine state Original UK 1st edition, first printing 1964 (Penguin 2278) Included with this…

  • 100,00 kr.

    David A DeTurk and A. Poplin, Jr (eds.): Dell / Laurel, 1967. Paperback as issued. 334 pp. Stated first printing. Clean interior and tight First edition – A Laurel Original 0110

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    Henrik Vesterberg sammen med Frank Toft-Nielsen: Så længe jeg lever – en biografi om John Mogensen People’s Press, 2014. Hardcover, med omslag. 335 sider. Med illustrationer. Pænt eksemplar 1. oplag

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    The Pogues and Shane MacGowan : “their story is told with beauty, lyricism and great candour by James Fearnley, founding member and accordion player. He brings to life the youthful friendships, the bust-ups, the amazing gigs, the terrible gigs, the fantastic highs and the dramatic lows in a hugely compelling, humorous, moving and honest account of life in one of our most treasured and original bands”

  • 160,00 kr.

    London: Allen Lane, 1981. Publisher’s clothed hardcover, with jacket. X, (2), 598, (3) pp + (16) pages of plates in black and white. Scribblings in ink to free front endpaper else clean and overall a very good copy The classic Elvis Presley biography. First UK edition

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    New York: Dell Paperback, 1968 (1965). 269 pages. Very good copy “Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me” is based largely on Fariña’s college experiences and travels – a comic picaresque story that is set in the Western United States, in Cuba during the Cuban Revolution, and…

  • 229,00 kr.

    In early 1974 Joseph Beuys, Klaus Staeck and Gerhard Steidl sat in a Boeing 747 from New York to Düsseldorf, returning home after Beuys’ American tour. The trip had been a controversial success, and its every stage carefully documented by Staeck and Steidl in videos, photographs and audio their trusty Sony TC-50 cassette recorder was always at Beuys’ side during his lectures, conferences and workshops. To relieve the boredom of the flight, the three listened to some of the recordings and Beuys surprisedly noticed just how much he laughed: why not edit this laughter into a single, surreal track?  Steidl subsequently gave the original tapes to the young sound engineer Siegfried Schäfer, who set to work reducing bass and background noise, and created a final edit of 20 minutes.

    Steidl played this master to a delighted Beuys, who decided to issue it as an audiotape edition, in the mold of his 1969 recording Joseph Beuys – Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee. Yet the master tape of Beuys Laughing was then sadly lost for a period of 46 years, only to resurface in 2020. Now, re-mastered and digitized by Schäfer and Pauler Acoustics, it is finally available to the public, in a limited-edition vinyl EP.

  • 345,00 kr.

    Cambridge University Press, 1995. 8vo in publishers hardcover, w jacket. 316 pages. From the Danish-Faroese artist Goodiepal’s collection with his name taggings to free front endpaper. Light surface marks to jacket else clean and overall a near fine very good copy First edition. Published as The Music in the Twentieth…

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    DR/Informations Forlag, 2004. Original hæftet RØDT omslag. 207 pp. Illustreret. Komplet med 2 cd’er i plasticlommer. Første udgave

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    Copenhagen, 1974. Square 4to. Original photoillustrated wrappers. Unpaginated. Some edgewear to cover (see picture), overall clean and well preserved Avantgarde Danish photobook object or artist book. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs and collages. Per Hojholt (1928-2004) was among the most important Danish poets of the 20th century succesfully…

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    Magnús Pálsson is one of Iceland’s premier artists; a national treasure. In 1978 he was instrumental in founding The Living Art Museum (Nýló). Sculptor, sound poet, performer and inspirational teacher, Magnús comes from a strong Fluxus background, where he and his clan forged the beginnings of conceptualism and concrete poetry. As a sculptor, Magnús dealt with enigma and touch by making casts of negative spaces and trapping ephemeral moments in solidifying plaster. His signature piece from that time is a cast of the space between the three wheels of a Sikorsky helicopter and its landing field, seconds before it actually touches down. Made in 1976, this work was exhibited in Venice in 1980 when Magnús represented Iceland at the 37th Biennale. Gradually he moved away from solid material into the more fluid realm of sound and action where recently he has made works for choirs, JCB earth diggers, ghosts and children

  • 499,00 kr.

    Magnús Pálsson is one of Iceland’s premier artists; a national treasure. In 1978 he was instrumental in founding The Living Art Museum (Nýló). Sculptor, sound poet, performer and inspirational teacher, Magnús comes from a strong Fluxus background, where he and his clan forged the beginnings of conceptualism and concrete poetry. As a sculptor, Magnús dealt with enigma and touch by making casts of negative spaces and trapping ephemeral moments in solidifying plaster. His signature piece from that time is a cast of the space between the three wheels of a Sikorsky helicopter and its landing field, seconds before it actually touches down. Made in 1976, this work was exhibited in Venice in 1980 when Magnús represented Iceland at the 37th Biennale. Gradually he moved away from solid material into the more fluid realm of sound and action where recently he has made works for choirs, JCB earth diggers, ghosts and children