The Story of the Supremes by Daryl Easlea soon to be presented for sale on the terrific BookLovers of Bath web site!
Published: London: V&A Publishing, 2008, Hardback in dust wrapper.
Signed by the author on the title page dedicated to Bob who was the husband of the housekeeper of the Royal Crescent, Bath where Mary Wilson stayed during an exhibition at the Assembly Rooms with the promotional leaflet laid in. Contains: Black & white photographs; Colour photographs; Illustrated endpapers and blanks;
From the cover: An illustrated tribute to one of the most successful musical groups of the 60s, The Story of the Supremes presents the groups unmistakable style, from the early days when they were known as the Primettes to the glamorous height of their fame in the 60s and 70s. The Supremes were second only to the Beatles in No. 1 hits, and their success also profoundly affected racial perceptions during the time of the Civil Rights movement.
Music journalist Daryl Easlea traces the history of the Supremes through a fascinating and eclectic collection of ephemera from billboards and posters to album covers and photographs, some of them previously unpublished. The result is a spectacular record of a group that helped define the music of an era.
Introduction by: Mary Wilson
Very Good+ in Very Good+ Dust Wrapper.
Matching Pictorial boards. 95 pages. Bibliography. 9¾” x 7″.
Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I entice you with something lovely from my Biography catalogue?