It's A long Way

Updated May 24 2018 - 8:44pm, first published November 23 2015 - 12:00am
It's A long Way
It's A long Way

Nostalgia is king on the music scene at present, with bands from the '60s and '70s getting together for reunion tours all over the place.
But, if you're having trouble remembering what they all looked like back in the day, get your hands on photographer Philip Morris' new book, It's A Long Way from Acca-Dacca to Zappa.
The hardcover coffee table book is a fine collection of his photographs from 1969-1979, a hugely exciting time in Australia for live bands.
Morris was chief photographer for music magazine Go-Set, and was front and centre to shoot the music legends of the era.
Local musicians such as AC/DC, Billy Thorpe, The Angels, Johnny O'Keefe and Midnight Oil were all seen through his lens.
Along with international visitors including the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa and many more.
It's a fantastic book.
Turn to page 166 and you'll see a great example of why you'll love it.
n It's A Long Way from Acca-Dacca to Zappa, $49.95, Echo Publishing, at book stores.

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