Jimmy Page to re-release photographic autobiography

Jimmy Page is to re-release his photographic autobiography later this year. The book, called Jimmy Page, was originally published in 2010 in a limited edition of 2,500 copies. The leather-bound, silk-wrapped and autographed 512-page edition sold for £495. Now Page and Genesis Publications announce a more accessible and affordable printing of the book, to be released this October 2014. Page himself has chosen every one of the 650 photographs, written the accompanying text and overseen the design of the book.

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Jimmy Page is to re-release his photographic autobiography later this year.

The book, called Jimmy Page, was originally published in 2010 in a limited edition of 2,500 copies. The leather-bound, silk-wrapped and autographed 512-page edition sold for £495.

Now Page and Genesis Publications announce a more accessible and affordable printing of the book, to be released this October 2014.

Page himself has chosen every one of the 650 photographs, written the accompanying text and overseen the design of the book.

It is available to pre-order here.


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