Extraordinary Records
(Bibliotheca Universalis)
(Hardcover)

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Now available as part of TASCHEN's Bibliotheca Universalis series, this dazzling catalog of vinyl brings new meaning to the "album art." Produced in collaboration with Colors magazine, it brings together over 500 remarkable records from the collection of Alessandro Benedetti and Peter Bastine.The book forms a junction between photography, music, and design, celebrating vinyl not only for the integrity of sound recording, but also for its artistic potential as a material form. With featured artists including Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Prince, Michael Jackson, Bon Jovi and beyond, it offers compelling insight into the most intricate details of a performer's visual identity, from a flamboyant color to a futuristic mirror effect.The discs are arranged thematically to span monochrome vinyl; unusual vinyl (including silver, gold or mirror vinyl as well as extremely rare glow-in-the-dark vinyl); multicolored vinyl; etched vinyl (where music is pressed onto only one side); shaped vinyl (cut into forms that are different from the classic round disc); and picture discs (where a photograph or design is stamped onto the surface of the record). Page after page, this kaleidoscopic encyclopedia of game-changing vinyls is a colorful journey through era-defining records and artists.

AuthorGiorgio Moroder
BindingHardcover
EAN9783836559355
EditionBilingual
FormatImport
ISBN3836559358
Height800 mm
Length600 mm
Width175 mm
Weight84 g
LanguageMultilingual
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages608
Package Quantity1
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2017-11-15
PublisherTaschen GmbH
StudioTaschen GmbH
Sales Rank769847

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