EDWARD VAN HALEN by Ross Halfin STANDARD EDITION
STANDARD EDITION IN A PRINTED SLEEVE
Rufus Publications are pleased to announce the publication of Edward Van Halen by Ross Halfin, a 356 page celebration of rocks iconic guitar player, a man who changed the way rock music would be played forever. This extensive photo book features many classic and unseen shots chosen by Ross from his personal archive together with an exclusive introduction from Eddie’s friend and fellow player Tony Iommi. Respected journalist Mark Blake provides a career essay on Van Halen's hugely successful career. This large 356 page book features hundreds of unseen photos from the bands first trip to the UK through to the Sammy Hagar era.
"Sabbath were making the Cross Purposes album, and we were doing a song called Evil Eye. I suggested Eddie have a go. He played it with us and started doing all the guitar parts and solos. I still have a recording of it somewhere, which we may put out at some point in the future. “ Tony Iommi from his introduction.
This high end, beautifully printed and bound book with a laminated card sleeve is a perfect celebration of the life of one of rock’s most celebrated innovators. The book measures 240mm x 345mm and is printed on 170gsm art paper.
The book is presented in a printed, laminated card sleeve. Please note this is a second print and does not come in a cloth case.
|Binding and size||Threadsewn, 240mm x 345mm|
|Cover materials||Hard back book, 3000 micron greyboard with printed, laminated cover|
|Number of pages and paper type||356 pages, 170gsm silk artpaper|