I don't know if there are any rockers who are into self publishing and read this blog (I guess it's possible) but if there are I'm sure they'll be into the new book "TEN: A Decade in Images".
"TEN: A Decade in Images" is a limited edition photographic book dealing with the last ten years of the Cambridge Rock Festival, and is the creation of internationally recognised rock photographer Nick Elliott (no, I've never heard of him, but I'm sure you have 'cause you're all cooler than me, right?). Anyway, the Cambridge Rock Festival is widely regarded as one of the world's most famous rock festivals, and one of the longest running such events too, and with a large multitude of the images that will appear in the book never having been seen in any publication before. If you're into this sort of thing, I dare say "TEN: A Decade in Images" will be an absolute essential purchase.
It's published by Rufus Stone Limited Editions and comes in two editions, one that runs to just 80 pages, and the extended version that runs to a 144 pages, has more photographs and is signed by Elliott himself. It would seem a no brainer to get that version, one would think, but apparently, there's only about 200 of those being printed, so if you want one, you'd best get a move on when it's released in July.
p.s. If you're into rock, you'll want to rock on with this one.