Exhilarated and Exhausted – Neal Preston - 55 €/60$

The book includes his portraits, backstage moments, live performances, post-performance highs and lows, and outtakes. Neal’s photographs vibrate with a palpable and inimitable intensity. Neal is a true insider, and the images are brought to life by his liner note – a stunning glimpse into life as a rock ‘n’ roll photographer on tour.

Queen – The Neal Preston Photographs - 55€/60$

This official book, produced in collaboration with the band, features over 200 images and is an exciting journey through their years on tour together. It’s the first time Preston and Queen have combined this work into one volume: glimpses of behind-the-scenes life, live performances, post-performance highs and lows, and outtakes – many of which have never been seen before – are accompanied by memories and anecdotes from Preston with forewords by Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor. The pages vibrate with a palpable energy.

Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin - 60€/65$

Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin is the first and only official coffee table book to be published in direct collaboration with the band. The book contains over 300 images by international photographers – many of them shown here for the first time, but also photographs from the personal possessions of Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham.

The Rolling Stones – “Let it Bleed” – Ethan Russell– Deluxe Edition -650€/700$

Let it Bleed is a book that not only celebrates one of the band’s best albums of all time — with hits like “Gimme Shelter” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” — but also a powerful moment between two charismatic decades that brought big changes. The deluxe edition is limited to the first 750 copies and includes an 11″ x 17″ SILVER GELATIN black and white print, signed and hand-numbered.

The Rolling Stones – “Let it Bleed” – Ethan Russell – Standard Edition

The signed standard edition (without fine art print) is limited to 2600 copies. This version is also available for immediate delivery.

The Photography of Neal Preston – 28€/30$

In addition to the history of the Lightpower Collection, the illustrated book “In the Eye of the Rock’n’Roll Hurricane” mainly contains almost all Neal Preston photos from the Limelight Gallery collection and fascinating stories about his life and work, written by himself and his companions.

Right Place, Right Time – Bob Gruen -50€/55$

An action-packed memoir that takes readers to the streets with rock’n’roll’s hardest-working photographer. Bob Gruen is one of the most famous photographers in rock ‘n’ roll. For almost 50 years, he has been documenting the music scene in images that capture the world’s attention. Right place, right time is Gruen’s first written account of his winding, eventful journey.

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – 40€/45$

Barbara Pyle’s intimate behind-the-scenes photographs from 1975 during the recording, the rehearsals and tours of “Born to Run” have been highly anticipated for forty years and have now finally been released. This photographic essay captures a special and unique moment with Bruce and the one band on the cusp of fame. This isn’t just another fan book; Barbara’s photos are legendary. She is also one of the few photographers who was ever allowed into the studio during rehearsals.

Woodstock – 3 Days of Peace & Music – 55€/60$

This large illustrated book is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, created with the co-creator of the legendary festival, Michael Lang.

Woodstock – Baron Wolman -40€/45$

Baron Wolman’s striking and stunning black-and-white photographs of Woodstock were published here for the first time. The majority of the images are completely invisible. With an interview by Michael Lang, the creator of Wolman and Woodstock, and a foreword by musician Carlos Santana.

Jazz Festival – Jim Marshall - 40€/45$

For the first time, Jim Marshall’s Jazz Festival photographs from the 1960s will be shown here. Over 95% of the images in this stunning coffee table book are previously unpublished material.

Metallica The Black Album in Black & White - 55€/60$

The Black Album in Black and White – This official collaboration with Metallica and photographer Ross Halfin is an epic celebration of one of the best-selling albums of all time, featuring classic and previously unreleased photos. It includes introductions by Ross Halfin, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, Jason Newsted, and Robert Trujillo. “Metallica”, the eponymous fifth studio album from 1991, became known to fans as the “Black Album”.

My Ramones – Danny Fields - 40€/45$

More than 250 photographs – mainly in black and white – are collected in the illustrated book “My Ramones”, all of which were taken in the early phase between 1975 and 1977 at performances or in everyday life, on the street or in record stores. Accompanying comments and reminiscences, as well as eyewitness accounts from Michael Stipe, for example, remind us of a band whose trump card was simplicity: “We eliminated everything we didn’t like about rock’n’roll and used the rest,” Johnny Ramone recalled

Goin´Home with The Rolling Stones`66 – 25€/30$

The book features both iconic and previously unpublished photos: Mick in an incense tie, turning on his new TV and posing outside with a new Aston Martin; Keith, Lord of the Manor style, with his blue Bentley and an antique sword in his home in East Sussex; Charlie grins next to the laundry drying in the garden; Brian in the obligatory silk shirt in front of a hand-painted mural; Bill in the kitchen with his dog.

The Verve – Photographs by Chris Flyod – 30€/35$

Photographer Chris Floyd has closely followed the band’s meteoric rise from late 1996 to 1997. He was the only photographer allowed to document the studio shoots, tour and promotional events for the album in the UK, Ireland and the US. In this volume, his photos from this period have now been published for the first time. Most of them have not been shown anywhere before.

The Beat Scene - 40€/45$

This great book of photographs by renowned Magnum photographer Burt Glinn contains a remarkable compilation of largely unpublished photographs of the Beat Generation. This treasure trove of images was discovered when R A P was working with Burt Glinn’s widow, Elena, on a larger retrospective of his work. In addition to numerous black-and-white photographs, the book also contains over 70 colour images.

The Odessey – The Zombies in Words and Images 40€/45$

Released 50 years ago, and celebrated in this new book, the Zombies’ final album Odessey and Oracle is a masterpiece of ’60s rock.

Not Just Pictures - Chris Floyd - 55€/60$

Celebrity portraits of the acclaimed British photographer and author starring David Bowie, Cate Blanchett, Iggy Pop and more. This illustrated book is the first monograph dedicated to the 30-year career of the British photographer Chris Floyd (*1968). With over 200 photographs, it includes his sessions with Paul McCartney, David Attenborough, Debbie Harry, David Hockney, David Bowie, Marcus Rashford, Cate Blanchett, Oasis, Iggy Pop and many more. The photographs are accompanied by a collection of stories that paint a fuller, and sometimes funnier, picture of his oeuvre.

Johnny Cash at Folsom & San Quentin – 40€/45$

Featuring over 70 photographs from the Jim Marshall archive, this volume provides the definitive overview of Johnny Cash’s legendary prison concerts at Folsom in 1968 and San Quentin in 1969. Cash had been interested in recording a live album in a prison since his 1955 hit “Folsom Prison Blues”. It wasn’t until 1968 that he visited one of California’s oldest maximum-security prisons to record his At Folsom Prison album. Cash had known Jim Marshall since the early 1960s and personally asked him to record the prison concert. Marshall was granted unlimited access.

WORLDRECORDS - Kai Schäfer - 30€/35$

The large format of the book allows all the details and nuances of the vinyl and record players to stand out. Schäfer’s work is an homage to the art of the analogue. The book is accompanied by an interview with the artist by Michael Bracewell and a foreword by Peter Hook (known for Joy Division and New Order).