CROWDS 1977-1981 BY SYD SHELTONSKU: BK-311 BOOK CROWDS 1977-1981 OS
Crowds 1977-1981 by Syd Shelton
“Crowds 1977-1981 is an autobiographical telling of the Rock against Racism movement of the late 1970’s.”
If you’re interested in Café Royal Books, we also recommend: Ten ’til Late by Mark McNulty and Mods & Rockers Raw Streets 1976-1982 by Janette Beckman
Café Royal Books is a publisher of limited edition photographic titles focusing on British documentary photography. Founded by Craig Anderson the aim is to create a focussed and complete archive of British documentary photography.
The publications affordable, democratic, utilitarian and useful, without fuss or decoration. The images, history and the cultural archive are the focus. Helped by, but not overwhelmed by the design. We like Craigs’ work in bringing this collection together and offer a selection of titles here that are a picture record of British culture.
Punk had burst onto the scene with its aggressive raw energy, confrontational lyrics and rhythm guitars spewing out arrangements that were just unorthodox. It was that moment of revolutionary art, overturning what had gone before.
Our vast selection of Punk books reflects the importance of that subculture from the early 1970’s in New York, through London, The US West Coast, Riot Grrrl through to the current day. The curated selection includes the photography of Dennis Morris, Kevin Cummins, Sheila Rock and Janette Beckman, biographies of The Undertones, a history of The Roxy club and a good selection of women in Punk including Poly Styrene, Patti Smith, Jordan and Kim Gordon.
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