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Rock on - Von Elvis bis Nirvana: die besten Plattencover der Rockgeschichte

Rock on

Von Elvis bis Nirvana: die besten Plattencover der Rockgeschichte

Main SR only Anker

Rock Covers

US$ 70
Mehrsprachige Ausgabe:
Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch
Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager
  • “…a lovingly and illuminatingly annotated journey throughout decades’ worth of striking, historical album sleeves.”

    — Metal Hammer, London
  • “…an all-visual affair and a very proper gift for anyone who loves music and remembers the physicality of vinyl records.”

    — Selectism.com, New York
  • „Ein sehr empfehlenswertes Buch nicht nur für Rock-Fans, sondern auch für Kunstinteressierte ganz allgemein, das überdies durch seine hochwertige Druckausführung überzeugt… Ein Prachtband in jeder Beziehung.“

    — Deutschlandradio Kultur, Berlin
  • “For hardcore record collectors or appreciators of physical media, it’s a great tribute to an art form that we hope remains relevant for a long time.”

    — Uncrate.com
  • “We know music is for listening to, but when album sleeves are this great they deserve their time to shine. Rock Covers is the ultimate rock’n’roll art book, with over 750 (yep, seriously) covers that range from well-known to really rare releases. This is one to show off to your friends.”

    — InStyle.co.uk, London
  • “…as is the case with any TASCHEN book, you can rest assured it will look as good on display as it will when you’re flipping through the pages and listening to some Pink Floyd.”

    — Coolmaterial.com
  • “And here they all are, in this great, big, fat Rock Covers book from TASCHEN. Just looking at the images of these covers (and many, many more) brings back musical memories; they’re very evocative…”

    — The Style King, London
  • “…The material is wonderful. The subject merits so thorough and authoritative account and caption details are good…”

    — The Spectator, London
  • “…a full anthology of familiar – and wonderfully obscure – rock albums.”

    — NYLON Magazine, New York