what a week October 19 2019"Wow" what a week this has been First of all the book came out with an exhibition at London's Barbican Centre chatted to lots of people who came and saw the exhibit and a few that didn't had wonderful feedback and comments I even done some interviews with a few more to follow also signed some books. Uncle Fred would have loved all the attention surrounding his work the thought that people still enjoying looking at these amazing photographs some 50 years on, people having a copy of the book on a coffee table in their homes or shops he really would be so so proud I know he would like to have thanked all involved and all those who have brought the book and came to the exhibition so on his behalf "Thank you so much"
Thank you October 14 2019Just wanted to say a special thank you to all the people that braved the weather and the nightmare on the underground to get to the Barbican on Saturday and Sunday you are amazing and I enjoyed meeting everyone and a massive thank you to all that brought a copy of the book
Freddy's Book October 10 2019
Well today it all came to fruition ….. an emotional day to say the least as I now have the hard copy and a published copy of the book "Ronnie Scott's 1959-69" "Photograph's by Freddy Warren" "Author's Graham Marsh and Simon Whittle" if I say so my self its bloody awesome... feeling extreamely happy and now looking forward to seeing the exhibition in the Barbican Centre in London ….. a massive thank you to R|A|P for having the faith in the photographs and publishing the book thank you to Mark Baxter with out him this wouldn't have happened a massive thank you to Tony Normand Rory Burton Dave Brolan
Freddy's Book October 04 2019Ok so here it is the countdown to the book on Freddy's photos from Ronnie Scott's is due out this month with a small exhibition in the Barbican Centre the book is called...….. "Ronnie Scott's 1959-69" its a coffee table book I hope one will grace many coffee tables
Sonny Rollins September 07 2019Today is Walter Theodore "Sonny" Rollins 89th Birthday Born this day 7th September. He has been recognised and one of the most influential and important Jazz musicians. In his 70 year career he recorded over 60 albums and Sonny is still going strong playing concerts and recording so to you sir I thank you for your gift to us and I wish you the most fantastic 89th Birthday and I hope you many many more
Freddy's book August 01 2019The book Ronnie Scott's 1959-69 features the photography of Freddy Warren. An Exhibition at the Barbican Centre from October 12th until January 4th will accompany the publication from ReelArtPress
Tony Hall June 28 2019So sad to hear that Tony Hall the Former Decca Record Music Executive(columist DJ and Record Producer) has passed away aged 91 yesterday
Chick Corea June 12 2019Happy Birthday to legendary Pianist Chick Corea
Freddy's Book June 10 2019
the name of the book is :-
Ronnie Scott's 1959-69
it has already had a very favourable review ……..reading
Ronnie Scott's 1959-69 is due for publication on October 17th 2019, accompanied by an exhibition at the Barbican in London.
If you know Reel Art Press then you know that they only ever produce brilliant and beautiful books and this promises to be up there with some of their best.
Ronnie Scott's in London is one of the worlds most celebrated Jazz clubs and this book marks the clubs 60th anniversary. Freddy Warren began photographing Ronnie Scott's when it was still a building site and went on to photograph every happening at the club for over ten years.
This is the first time his vast archive has been accessed and nearly all of the images are completely unseen. Photographs of Ronnie and Pete sitting around a fire warming their hands on the building site and inspecting walls are followed by performance shots of the greats of Jazz including Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Stan Getz, Zoot Simms,Duke Ellington, Nina Simone and many more. Powerful on stage portraits are accompanied by relaxed off stage moments such as Yusef Lateef holding an impromptu meeting around soup pots in the Kitchen. This book is a warm and intermate portrait of a legendary jazz venue.
to say i was very pleased to have read this is an under statement I know my uncle Fred would be so happy and humbled by the attention his work is getting so on his behalf i would like to thank you
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