Dave Field was an artist and designer based on Carnaby Street in the middle of the Swinging Sixties, working with famous record labels and musicians whilst living in a hippy commune in Putney. He designed some of the most iconic album covers of the sixties and seventies, from The Sensational Alex Harvey Band to Rod Stewart and from Uriah Heep’s Return to Fantasy to Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka and Black Sabbath Paranoid. In this memoir he tells the inside story of the era and describes his encounters with some of the most famous musicians in the world, from heavy drinking sessions with Black Sabbath to drawing caricatures of AC/DC, playing John Lennon’s white piano, and spray painting graffiti for It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll with Mick Jagger. With full colour interior containing images of his many record sleeves and stories to go with them, Dave Field takes us behind the scenes to a lifestyle lived in the mddle of rock and roll royalty.
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