FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974
Ray Charles - Yes Indeed!
Official Limited Edition Book & DVD Set
Joe Adams, Bill Wyman & over 30 contributors
- ISBN: 9781905662081
- Deluxe - Bill Wyman edition: 500 copies
Signed by: Bill Wyman
Contributors: Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones, Willie Nelson, Tom Waits, Billy Joel and many more...
Paper: Acid-free 200gsm matt art paper
Binding: Full leather - brown and blue with silver blocking.
Box: Brown cloth slipcase with tray.
Extras: A5 folding booklet detailing the offices and recording studios of RCM and DVD of rare footage of Ray Charles performing. Three prints embossed with Joe Adams signature and exclusive original Ray Charles business card.
RAY CHARLES: YES INDEED!
is the new Book & DVD, an official tribute to the Genius by those who knew him best. The edition collects more than 100 previously unseen photographs by Charles' long-time friend and manager, Joe Adams. Intimate, revealing and nearly all in colour, the utterly-unique photographs capture Ray at work and play, in both public and private moments.
'A lucky find for fans.'
– The Independent
Published for the first time, Adams' photographic collection accompanies a new 20,000-word text from Ray's closest friends – including Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones and Willie Nelson – a Foreword by Bill Wyman and an essay by Ray's official biographer, David Ritz.
An additional limited edition DVD contains rare footage of Ray performing with Johnny Cash and others, bringing to life historic moments captured within the book.
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'Reveals hundreds of previously unseen images of Ray Charles.' – The Telegraph
is the inspiring, moving and above all else entertaining account of Ray's life and music, illustrated with the stunning photography of Joe Adams.
Only 2,000 numbered and signed copies will ever be created.
- Page size: 290mm x 245mm
- 152 pages
- 20000 words
- 100 images
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