Neal Preston: Exhilarated and Exhausted
Foreword by cameron Crowe, Introduction by Dave Brolan
Coming Oct 1 2017
About The Book
Neal Preston is one of the greatest rock photographers of all time. Exhilarated and Exhausted is a no-holds-barred complete retrospective of his 40-year career. Produced in collaboration with Preston, this book marks the first time he has allowed unrestricted access to his legendary archive, which is considered one of the music industry’s most significant and extensive photo collections.
This exceptional volume is a who’s who of rock royalty. Preston was the official tour photographer for Led Zeppelin, Queen, Bruce Springsteen and The Who, and has also extensively shot The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson and many more. The book includes his portraits, backstage moments, live performances, post-performance highs and lows, and outtakes.
Preston’s photographs vibrate with a palpable and inimitable intensity. He is a true insider, and the images are brought alive by his accompanying text—a mind-bending insight into life on the road as a rock-'n-roll photographer.
About The Authors
Neal Preston is considered the greatest rock photoghrapher alive today. His career spans more than 40 years and his archive is one of the music industry's largest and most significant photo collections. He has worked extensively with almost everyone in rock music, including Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, and many more. Cameron Crowe is an American writer, director, screenwriter, journalist and actor. He began his career as a writer on Rolling Stone as a teenager and is still a contributing editor on the magazine. His film credits include Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire and Vanilla Sky, among many more. Dave Brolan is a highly respected photo editor, curator and archivist specializing in music photography. Editor of the books Baron Wolman: The Rolling Stone Years, Trust: The Photographs of Jim Marshall, Real Moments: Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein, Hell & Redemption: Johnny Cash by Andy Earl. Consultant for museums, galleries magazines, publishers and record companies worldwide.