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Kurt Cobain: The Last Session   Jesse Frohman

Kurt Cobain: The Last Session

275x325 144 страниц. 2014 год.
Thames and Hudson Limited
By July 1993, Nirvana were huge, and Kurt Cobain was subject to an unprecedented, unasked-for level of fame and public scrutiny. In New York City to play the Roseland Ballroom and promote their new album "In Utero", Nirvana consented to be photographed by Jesse Frohman - and Cobain gave a candid interview to punk historian Jon Savage - for an article in "The Observer" magazine. No one involved could know that less than a year later, Cobain would be dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. It was one of the last photo shoots Nirvana ever did, and among the last interviews Cobain ever gave. Here, twenty years after his death, they're republished in full - including previously unpublished material - and bear witness to a pivotal moment in the history of rock'n'roll. New commentary from Frohman and Savage reveals what was going on behind the scenes that day, and an essay by pop culture maven Glenn O'Brien explores what Cobain and Nirvana meant to us then, and what their legacy will...
 
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