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Deep Purple: Into The Fire | DVD | (20/02/2018)
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This Illustrated Limited Edition hardback book together with Two DVD&rsquo;s provides an insight into the unique journey of one of the pioneers of Heavy Metal and modern hard rock bands formed in Hertford in 1968. This is the independent guide to the Heavy Metal group Deep Purple following the origins of the band consisting of guitarist Ritchie Blackmore Organ player Jon Lord singer Rod Evans bassist Nick Simper and drummer Ian Paice. Deep Purple into the Fire explores the love hate relationship between Purple and the press and is filled with fascinating interviews with Ritchie Blackmore Jon Lord Ian Gillan and Roger Glover which leads us through the bands turbulent history of this legendary band. The book also features a track-by-track analysis of every studio album Deep Purple recorded.
A Portrait Of Keith Haring - Drawing The Line | DVD | (23/02/2018)
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When artist Keith Haring died in February 1990, he left behind an astonishing artistic legacy. In his 31 years, Haring had gone from being an anonymous graffiti artist who drew chalk figures on New York City subway posters to being called the successor of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Haring's hieroglyphics-like style filtered the modern world through the perspective and wonderment of a child, yet he always incorporated social issues into his work, such as the fight against apartheid, crack, and AIDS. Within a few short years, his drawings became ubiquitous, largely through the artist's eagerness to break the boundaries between old and new ways of presenting art to the public, by decorating everything from walls to watches, billboards to buttons. He even opened a store, the Pop Shop in New York City, which sold his wide range of artifacts. This revealing profile of Haring's work and worldview contains interviews with gallery owners Leo Castelli and Tony Shafrazi, actor/friend Dennis Hopper, Whitney Museum curator Barbara Haskell, and many of the leaders of the international art scene. More importantly, this is an inside view of a controversial artist whose passion for the contemporary human condition was the fervor that drove his art.